6 methods of the khoomii(Throat Singing)

There are six methods of the khoomii in the explanation of Mr. Tserendavaa.

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Автор Gantulga Tumenjargal ( назад)
this is mongolia man

Автор Gorgonops (1209 лет назад)
I master three of all 6. That makes me feel special. Now, it doesn't do
shit for my job. XD

Автор Joseba Diaz Exposito ( назад)
I learned doing it. Also I can make a dual sound, it is, make two sounds
over my voice

Автор Joel Minton ( назад)
This guy's so good

Автор Ayurzana badarch ( назад)
Good Mongol man.

Автор ilhan temuçin ( назад)
Hail to the Turkish steppe from turkey

Автор Tudor Andrei Raneti ( назад)
human didgeridoos

Автор Liv Life ( назад)
Lol i just found out that im capable of doing this! :D

Автор Yukiho Hagiwara ( назад)
Seems to be some emphasis on nasal.
Like if you taught a goat french.

Автор anjero86 ( назад)
This man is very handsome.

Автор falcoillusion982 ( назад)
What a nice surprice. This video was in japanese and i could understand it
because i have learned a lot japanese.

Автор Luchmun Uma ( назад)
the sax does not have his place here
the original aspect should have been preserved instead...............

Автор rcfanaticdublin ( назад)
Lost for word's...kind of hypnotiseing?
But i tell ye one thing!!!...he'd go down a storm in the gealteacht in
Kerry South West Coast of Ireland... :-)

Автор domi382 ( назад)
i bet he is speaking japanese, is he? it sounds so fluent and different
from the mongolian language. still i don't understand what he says

Автор 田中洋一 ( назад)

Автор samm2577 ( назад)
absolutely brilliant. One of the funnest and greatest things I'v ever seen,
fucking incredible. loving the saxophone

Автор SONGSTICKS ( назад)
also a track called "collaboration airwaves" which I did with my best
friend Neil via the internet. He created the backing track on his mobile
phone and sent it to me to add guitar to. Our version of the Doctor Who

Автор SONGSTICKS ( назад)
we could have a go at making a youtube video online if you're up for that?
I did one via the cigar box nation website with a fella called bug. It's on
here. It's our own version of the doors "Light My fire". Have a looksy and
see what you think?

Автор Jim Lotus ( назад)
yeah it does :)

Автор Jim Lotus ( назад)
Hi :)wow that sounds so fun planning a gig , I bet your looking forward to
that, I would be too :) Yes I live in the United States so Im a little far
away, but thank you for the offer because I was wondering if you were close
enough also, I would love to make some music together:) you read my mind, I
guess when you play music like we do, we know how fun it is to get together
with other like minded individuals, thank you so much for the offer though
because I sure would have if I was closer :)

Автор SONGSTICKS ( назад)
Hi again Jim, Rami lives in Slovakia and comes back to the uk twice a year.
When he returns again in April we're planning to play a gig together which
I'm really looking forward to. Where are you based? If you're in the uk and
not too far from me, you'd be welcome to come round and make music :0)

Автор Jim Lotus ( назад)
yes I have heard Rami Shaafi before :) I have watched his throat singing
videos before and our styles are similar :) Yes I saw your video too and
it's good, I really like the native flute, I play native indian flute
myself, the didgeradoo,guitar, and Buffalo Drum so I can appreciate it, it
sure looks like a lot of fun to me as I play music all the time but I don't
have anyone else that plays with me, so I play alone but I go from
instrument to instrument and it sounds great,namaste my friend:)

Автор SONGSTICKS ( назад)
Hi, I learnt from my friend Rami Shaafi who has been throat singing for
many years and recently came to my studio to record some tracks together.
If you click on my page we have several tracks on youtube. Bright
Blessings, Gary

Автор Jim Lotus ( назад)
congratulations on discovering throat singing :) im a throat singer as well
and I know how exciting it is to learn khoomei of the nose and all the many
styles of throat singing, yes I throat sing in the car a lot too I know
what you mean :) om mani padme hum, the jewel in the heart of the lotus ;)

Автор Hannah Cannae ( назад)
すごい そっちに行かなくちゃのように感じる 赤ちゃんと子供はニコニコも超かわいい~

Автор Proverb2012 ( назад)
Throat singing...through every hole in the non private parts of the
body...in the snow...accompanied by a saxophone...This has really altered
my standard of what can be called AWESOME on earth

Автор Way2Spirited ( назад)
Excellent upload and a very talented throat singer. Thank you for the

Автор Andreas Chaniotakis ( назад)
He looks like an asian James Franco.

Автор mrajczyk ( назад)
the part at about 1 min sounds like a like a voice going thru a phaser,
something people over hear do with either audio software or a guitar
distortion pedal.You should see Herzog's movie on Faith in Russia

Автор /dev/zero ( назад)
Was not expecting that saxophone.

Автор crystafoshee ( назад)
I love the look he gives the camera when he's doing it through the nose.
It's like, "Yes, I'm doing this." Lol.

Автор SONGSTICKS ( назад)
SUPERB !! Thankyou for posting this, I've just learnt how to overtone and I
wasn't aware of all the different ways. I've been doing the sing, lip &
upper jaw and didn't know about the nose. To my delight, I just tried the
nose and I can do it :0) still need lots of practice, which I've discovered
is best to do in the car, the acoustics are just great for it !

Автор SMOlmec ( назад)
breathing sistem training you can do it, if you practice it with a
didgeridoo and by using the voice in throat singing and overtone singing It
takes a huge pratice to do this and trying and error over and over again.
But in the end the it will pay back many sounds can be made and mixed ;))))

Автор もより えき ( назад)

Автор Missis LeBlanc ( назад)
not the samething bro

Автор FuriusJorge ( назад)
How the hell do these guys make the overtones happen??? Seriously I'm

Автор Numb Shark ( назад)
Damn!! I bet every UFO has a guy singing like this inside...

Автор Juan Palacin ( назад)
increiblemente bello ! quiero llegar allí, en cuerpo y alma

Автор cuntdragon ( назад)
I know exactly what he's saying

Автор purple haze ( назад)
Anyone else thinking about how good he would be at beatboxing?

Автор 高橋 舟斗 ( назад)

increible !!!!... saludos desde sudamerica... su musica es genial ...
mongolia se parece mucho a peru mi pais ... saludos desde PERU !!!

Автор kimy Daria ( назад)
cool this is mongolian pride

Автор kitimandiri ( назад)
Amazing singing and personality in the face. Humanity.

Автор Constantin Ion ( назад)

Автор TheMichellepop ( назад)
thank u

Автор Deng Lohan ( назад)
Tserendavaa, read the description !

Автор Deng Lohan ( назад)
Amazing demo: I am a long time fan of Khoomei, this is the BEST !!

Автор ruy19001 ( назад)

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Автор ineffablerhymes ( назад)
i do and yes they do! true sound speaks to ones soul weather you are aware
or not...

Автор ineffablerhymes ( назад)
Wow you have exactly mirrored what i descibe as the cosmic chewingum! ;)
its the geometri chi of sound and actually looks like you are chewing

Автор Bigula1 - Fábio ( назад)

Автор GRACE9B1 ( назад)
extraordinario y maravilloso como saca sonidos y musica bendito don que
Dios, otorga a sus hijos. admirable realmente mil bendiciones maravilloso
tener hermanos en todo el planeta con talentos diferentes gracias padre por
que somos hermanos y ya no importan ni la raza ni el idioma ni la religión
ni la politica lo obvio es que somos uno .

Автор fabrizio celli ( назад)
It seems that he plays sounds as well he had a chewing gum , where the the
chewing gum is the sound! He CHEWS! Incredible.. i'm expecting next step: a
bubble gum of sound!! Oh, my Godness..

Автор TheMichellepop ( назад)
oh can anyone tell me the name of this man please, as i think he is one of
the best i have heard yet.

Автор TheMichellepop ( назад)
this man is amazing, he is a walking instrument, what beauty, i also like
the sax player. very nice. but the throat singing blows me right away. he
also has the most kind gentle face i have ever seen, and speaks so gentle.

Автор piip4 ( назад)
His clothes resembles that os a sami.

Автор Moistened Mann ( назад)
I want his hat and I want to wear it like he does

Автор NemSoha ( назад)
I forgot about or didn't see your post, I'll PM you some of the words
perhaps later tonight, and some outside study that has been done on the
topic as well. Off the top my head from a Swadeish list I can just think of
'kereg' and 'kere' for tree bark, but there were a few others. Also, from
one study I remember also there were "beteg" "kanal" "hamar" "oldal"
derived from Tungusic

Автор taikuriku ( назад)
yesterday I got quiet whistling type of sound I never got it before, I'm
really exited. this is my new hobby hehehe=)

Автор roygbiv330 ( назад)
those throat singers would generate two times wave sound or three times
wave sound by his whatever body cavity. i really want to know how they sing
inside a cave where the bats are flying. and what will happen if they
amplify their singing voices in the sea where the dolphins are swimming by
using an audio frequency range amplifier?

Автор el hueleflores ( назад)
can you translate to english what he is saying?

Автор leftbrain ( назад)
when you sing in a piece of pvc pipe it sounds kinda like this

Автор SuperDinerito ( назад)
El puto AMO!

Автор ReddSouljah ( назад)
Bring a group together... the sound is not only amazing, but it could move
mountains.... Edward Leedskalnin mastered these ancient sound waves and
made Coral Castle by himself.

Автор NemSoha ( назад)
@HinnStormur I cannot access your channel, please send me a PM and I will
reply with the links I mentioned

Автор NemSoha ( назад)
@HinnStormur I'll try to PM you the link later after I search again. I just
remember a few of the words off the top of my head like beteg (ill), kanal
(spoon), hamar (quickly), but there were more. I'm not an expert, but the
Finno-Ugric theory is nonsense, fundamentally weak with scant linguistic
evidence as support. Not only does linguistic evidence exist to contradict
it or to support other origins, but the F-U theory has nothing in terms of
history, archeology, genetics etc.

Автор HinnStormur ( назад)
@NemSoha Among what you say, the thing about Tungusic words is extremely
interesting. Do you have some references? Thank you! I fear that about
these topics, due to the amount of uncertainty, very much and the contrary
of it can be said. I just hope that objectivity stays at the basis of
research, that's the main reason I posted my previous comment. I didn't
want to appear as an "expert".

Автор HinnStormur ( назад)
@valakey PS: Folktale was the wrong term. I wanted to say "popular belief".
Which, I admit, could or could not be confirmed.

Автор HinnStormur ( назад)
@valakey Ok, brothers, but not the same :-) I was speaking about Huns and
Hungarians, not Avars.I know that Hungarian tribes (the seven arrows,
right?)came together with three turkic tribes in the famous 896, according
to some, isn't it?However, about learning History, you are right.There is
much to learn. Maybe I have expressed myself too selfconfidently. My main
point was to warn against the easiest assumptions in historic ambit: "They
looked similar so they were the same", and so on

Автор NemSoha ( назад)
@HinnStormur I definitely would not say they are Huns alone, but would
certainly be possible they were joined with other nomadic tribes who had
settled there during one period or another. There are even a few dozen
words of Tungusic origin (related to Manchu) in Hungarian that cannot be
found in Turkic or Mongolic languages, even those of which are normally
explained as "loan words" from Turkish

Автор NemSoha ( назад)
However a few historical records like the Chronicon Pictum date the
conquest during the 6th/7th centuries. The date 890 was an arbitrarily
chosen date later on just like Xmas for the birth of Jesus. Also,
archaeological findings show that earlier graves and settlements had far
more people than the next wave of nomads to settle, showing they were too
few to make an impact linguistically, culturally, genetically, or
otherwise. This is according to Gyula Laszlo (dual conquest theory)

Автор valakey ( назад)
@HinnStormur Well, if you think that it's just a folktale, maybe you
haven't learnt enought History. In fact, many archeological achievements
prove that the Hungarians and Avars can be the same (If you are so an
expert in this topic, obviously you have heard of Gyula László). And on the
other hand, we had the same scythian Middle-asian culture, for example
clothes, music (old folk songs), and of course, the fighting technic (horse
archers). So I think these are all brother nations.

Автор HinnStormur ( назад)
@NemSoha Yes, and I would also like to remember that Huns were not
Hungarians, no more than Mongols are Turks, just to say one. Huns came to
Europe during the IV - V century, Hungarians in 890, more or less. I know
Attila is a very common name in Hungary and that Hungarians as a population
could have mixed themselves with Huns and Avars who lived there before
them, but this identification is just a folktale. Just to be sure, I know
that many make confusion! :-)

Автор bellynurse (1375 лет назад)

Автор MrRickystevens ( назад)

Автор LoganCannonGuitar ( назад)
personnaly, i think he kicks the crap out of jackie chan

Автор Tiwaking Tiwaking ( назад)
@stemega It is the sound of singing dunes in a desert.

i wish to find him in a field one day :[

Автор Udo B. ( назад)
Oh !... This is a beautiful Video.. I love the sparce scenery, The
disgruntled Camel The Children arwe like little dolls.. but the Music,,,
Now that was a surprise,, Amazing.. Great ,

Автор Andy Anderson ( назад)
@SinKuang No disrespect meant but " Wünül " , or "bird singing" is as
similar to Mongolian or Tuvan throat singing as Gangsta Rap is to High
Italian Opera. Growing up with " Wünül " may have influenced your
appreciation for the art form, but it sounds like random grunts, clicks,
and laughs with no rhyme or reason to me. True "Throat Singing" is
melodious and deeply inspiring. Its performance inspires a real
appreciation for the ethnicity of these people. " Wünül " doesn't do it for
me, sorry.

Автор JakJoProduction ( назад)
Judgement stands for ignorance. This is why I believe that it is worth
taking our time to trully know something. Unfortunatly, if I had belived
all the horrible things that people from my own culture had claimed out of
judgement toward others, I would have disliked them. But since that ain't
the case, I can firmly say that I have learned to love what I was taught to
dislike. I am one of the rare person I know from my surroundings who
genuinly loves Asian cultures for both flaws and qualities.

Автор theEarlofChip ( назад)
he has the same lips as rocky

Автор chinzo michelle ( назад)
Only Mongolians ....

Автор boloruuka ( назад)

Автор Al Aryon ( назад)
Incredible voice! Impossible to inimitated

Автор Chemdog Ninetyone ( назад)
music you can feel. how the shamans got respect

Автор Charlie Green ( назад)

Автор Bom bogor ( назад)
just beautiful ..thank you ..wish i could undertand the dialogues in
japanese ..

Автор vbekiv ( назад)
@SinKuang Would love to see that too. This is astonishing music.

Автор LagOutLoud ( назад)
@12martijn1211 no its not. there are many kinds and if you listen closely
he is singing multiple notes at a time, one high whistling and one lower in
the throat.

Автор banq0o ( назад)

Автор Mir Solongo ( назад)
Huue l dee ene huuhduud yamar ch egduutei yum be dee =)))))))))))) Eh nutag
min yuutai saihan be.

Автор HonmaKotaro ( назад)
Ёстой онцтой.Гайхамшигтай техник байна!! Та боп Монголын эрдэн байна.
Сайхан юм Yзлээ. この人の技術はモンゴル国内でも最高ランクに位置すると思います。素晴らしい。

Автор peluchextoutou21 ( назад)
1:22 deepthroat

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