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Sounds of Mongolia
by   Egschiglen
1.
Huhu namyil (Cuckoo Namdshil)
2.
Ayaz (Improvisation)
3.
Eruu cagaan bolimor (White-Breasted Sparrow)
4.
Tavan hasag (Five Kazakhs)
5.
Horgoi torgon deel (The Silk Coat)
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6.
Tanz melody (Dance Melody)
7.
Buyant gol ('The Beauty of Nature')
8.
Uglee shaazgai (Colourful Magpie)
9.
Govin undur (The Hills in the Gobi)
10.
Naadmin ugluu (The Naadam Festival)
11.
Hadin oroigoor (Mountain Tops)
12.
Durvun uul siilen buur (Khoomi-Improvisation)
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13.
Taivan namar (The Colours of the Seasons)
14.
Cenherlen haragdah (The Beauty of the Mountains)
15.
Boroonii uul (Rain-Clouds)
16.
Chandmani nutag (Dedication to the Chandmani Region)
17.
Temujin (Folk Legend)
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Sounds of Mongolia
Ever since Chill Out, my ears have been great fans of Mongolian throat singing. Such a difinitive, unparalleled sound it is. Although this troop seems to be more oriented towards the traditional music of the land, the album features numerous balads in guttural style. The instrumentation is delightfully basic, ringing forth such a comforting mood of rural agrarian life. I'd say it's a real stretch for Musical Heritage Society to put this in its Jazz section, but that's where you'll find it.
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