Hybridization and Tuvan khoomei Tuvan throat singing meets Heavy Metal Albert

Hybridization and tuvan khoomei tuvan throat singing

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Hybridization and Tuvan khoomei : Tuvan throat singing meets Heavy Metal: Albert Kuvezin  and Yat Kah, “Eki Attar” from the album  Tuva.Rock  (2003) Tuvan throat singing meets electronica: Carmen Rizzo’s  collaboration with traditional group Huun Huur Tu, the  album  Eternity.   Carmen Rizzo is a popular contemporary  producerworked with Seal, Coldplay, BT, and Alanis  Morisette, among others) LISTEN to this interview with Rizzo, discussing the process of  producing this album:  What is sacrificed in this collaboration, if anything?
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Globalizing Tuvan Music It is not only Americans and British scholars who have traveled to Tuva and fostered an outside interest in Tuvan music, opening the doors to a wider world from 1990 on: this process has also spawned numerous new Tuvan ensembles, who also travel and record, and collaborate with popular musicians from around the world. For example: Bela Fleck and the Flecktones: video with Kongar-al Ondar under multimedia Think about the commodification of Tuvan Music— who should profit from it, what is appropriate reuse or recontextualization of this music?
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Globalizing Tuvan Music Swedish Cheese Commercials—see “Interlude” from  Levin’s book in Readings. Tuvan throat-singers enter the popular music marketplace —become rock stars, record on their own labels We have encountered three “lineages” of musicians, as per  Levin’s account: Richard Feynman, Ralph Leighton, Paul  Pena; Kongar-ol Ondar (rockstar); Levin generated lineage Yo-Yo Ma’s  Silk Road Project  (Tuvan/Mongolian music  a part of this) also utilizes Ted Levin as the main  consultant.
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Globalizing Tuvan Music Lineage One: Virtual Ties, Pena to Tuva Lineage Two: Tuva Generated First Tuvan ensemble to leave Tuva:  “The Tuva Ensemble”, Ralph Leighton arranges for them  to appear in 1992 Rose Bowl (mentioned earlier) Kongar-ol Ondar replaces one of original musicians Ted Levin organizes East Coast tour for Tuva Ensemble;  they begin to jam with Frank Zappa, the Chieftains,  Johnny Guitar Watson. Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead  records them.  
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Globalizing Tuvan Music 1993 Tuva Ensemble renamed Huun Huur Tu, records “60  Horses in my Head” Out of Huun Huur Tu comes Yat Ka, collaborates with  Rolling Stones, Hank William and Joy Division Road  Project; Alash Ensemble are students of Ondar, breaking traditions Lineage Three: Art Music Plus Ties, Cellist as Regional  Curator Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Project, with Ted Levin as  the main consultant, the story comes full circle.
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Lineage Three: The Silk Road Project Another variation on the theme of 
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