Mongolian Tuvan Throat Singers - Free Concert
- Date: Monday, April 28, 2014
- Location: Pine Tree HS Theater, 1005 W. Fairmont Street, Longview, TX
- Time: 7pm
- Cost: FREE
Watch this short video for a sample: http://youtu.be/qzfKgbk0GT8
About the Tuvan Singers:The art of Mongolian throat singing is a style in which one or more pitches sound simultaneously over a fundamental pitch, producing a unique sound.
The people of Tuva have a wide range of throat singing vocalizations, and were the pioneers of six pitch harmonics.
The history of Mongolian throat singing reaches very far back. Many of the male herders can throat sing, but women are beginning to practice the technique as well. The popularity of throat singing among Mongolian seems to have arisen as a result of geographic location and culture. The open landscape of Mongolia allows for the sounds to carry a great distance. Often, singers will travel far into the countryside looking for the right river, or will go up to the steppes of the mountainside to create the proper environment for throat-singing.