Daiqing Tana is the lead singer of the band HAYA (哈雅樂團 in pinyin), a New Age band who meld Chinese and Mongolian music into an East Asian fusion rock. Extremely pleasant listening.
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Namgar is a Buyrat artist who hails from the Russian province of Siberia. Her music is a fusion of traditional Buryat and Mongol elements, as well as rock and world music.
Luvsanjambyn Murdorj was a Mongolian composer who had a dedicated following in his home country. He presents a lovely vocal piece on this video.
China and Mongolia are loaded with amazing music, but Hanggai, a band out of Beijing, but with members from Inner Mongolia and from the Han population, are becoming a fast favorite of mine.
Sharapat are a band out of Mongolia. Ethnic music meets post-punk. Very cool!
I take a tremendous amount of pride bringing interesting (dare I say, tasteful?) things to my friends and subscribers. This is one of the most unique offerings I’ve been fortunate enough to come across in quite a while. Mongolia offers many great styles of ethnic music, but I never thought I’d see Khöömei (throat-singing) paired […]