Reise ins Asiatische Tuwa Otto J M\u00e4nchen Helfen Verlag Der Bucherkreis 1931 Pub

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Reise ins Asiatische Tuwa. Otto J. Mänchen-Helfen. Verlag Der Bucherkreis, 1931. Pub- lished in English as Journey to Tuva: An Eyewitness Account of Tannu-Tuva in 1929. Translated by Alan Leighton. Ethnographics Press, University of Southern California, 1992. Principles of Voice Production. Ingo R. Titze. Prentice Hall, 1994. A Tuvan Perspective on Throat Singing. Mark van Tongeren in Oideion: The Performing Arts Worldwide, Vol. 2, pages 293–312. Edited by Wim van Zanten and Marjolijn van Roon. Centre of Non-Western Studies, University of Leiden, 1995. The Hundred Thousand Fools of God: Musical Travels in Central Asia (and Queens,New York). Theodore Levin. Indiana University Press, 1997. SHAMANS in Tuva use a variety of sound makers as tools of spiritual healing. Animism has shaped Tuvan music and has helped to keep throat-singing a vibrant custom. Copyright 1999 Scientific American, Inc.
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