Kargıraa imitates wheezing
Throat singing, or “two-voice solo”, the primary owners of which are the peoples of the Sayan-Altai region, Bashkiria and Tibet, awakens a lot of mixed emotions in a person. At the same time, I want to be sad and rejoice, think and meditate. The uniqueness of this type of art is the specific laryngeal singing, in which the performer clearly heard two musical voices. One reaches out with a bourdon, the other (melody) makes sound amplitudes.
A LOOK AT THE ORIGINS Of ancient masters-performers, creativity has always been inspired by nature. The ability not only to imitate her, but also to penetrate into the essence was appreciated. There is a legend that says that in very old times, throat singing was common among women, and not among men. Centuries later, everything turned upside down, and today such singing has become purely masculine. There are two versions regarding its occurrence. Continue reading