CD MONGOL – MONGOLIA AND CHINA

Bonjour! Heureux de vous annoncer une co-production entre KinkGong et ScacciaPensieri!
C’est une mise en commun d’enregistrements faits par Laurent Jeanneau et moi même. Le prix du CD est de 6 EUR. Si vous êtes intéresses, écrivez moi.
Voici le texte et visuel du CD avec un petit mix en avant gout (1-topchur mongolie;2-tocpchur mongolie interieure-chine;3-guimbarde bambou;4-tsuur):

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Pochette CD Mongol

Pochette CD Mongol

11 millions mongolian people spread over the mongolian plateau live in independent Mongolia, chinese inner Mongolia, Russia and found throughout central Asia, the term MONGOL grew in the 13th century, including mongolic and turkic tribes who united under the rule of Genghis Khan.

In north west Xinjiang province of China, live the URUT mongolian subgroup who arrived with Genghis Khan as warriors, in present day Xinjiang, lived a nomadic life up to the 1960s, when most got forced to sedentarize. The remaining instrument of the Uruts is the TOPCHAR, a 2 nylon stringed plucked lute, the repertoire on the topchar consists of 12 BAI BOOR DEN (traditional tunes) and was intended to entertain the inhabitants of the yurt and to dance . My recordings of Mongolian culture in Xinjiang limits itself to the TOPCHAR string instrument.

The first 9 tracks are performed by ZHONG GA a 60 years old man who knows 8 out of the 12 bai boor den, in Baralek village, Tekes district, Ili prefecture, Xinjiang, China
10 – 2 different bai boor den performed by TU XI a 41 years old woman in Hujierte village, Tekes district, Ili prefecture, Xinjiang, China
11 – to 17 7 different bai boor den, performed by an old woman in Ili, Xinjiang, China

RECORDED BY LAURENT JEANNEAU and SHI TANDING in XINJIANG, CHINA june 2009
kinkgong@gmail.com

The recordings in Mongolia are a compilation of 4 instruments, the TOPCHUR ( different style from the Uruts ), the famous MORIN KHUUR ( a 2 stringed bowed cello with a horse head ), the TSUUR flute, various AMAN KHUUR jew s harps and not to forget the KHOOMI diphonic singing technique.

IN KHOVD west Mongolia
18 TOPCHUR a 2 stringed lute with singing performed by SESER
19 MORIN KHUUR a 2 stringed bowed cello performed by MUNKHUKH
20 MORIN KHUUR + KHOOMI a 2 stringed bowed cello with diphonic singing
21 TSUUR woodenflute in which diphonic singing is used performed by MUNGUNTSOOJ
22 JEW S HARP previously called komus and now called AMAN KHUUR ( mouth instrument ) or TUMUR KHUUR ( iron instrument ) performed by ERDENE

IN DALANZADGAD OMNOGOI south Mongolia, all tracks performed by HUHENDUU a 72 years old woman
23 BAMBOO JEW S HARP called KHULSAN KHUUR
24 IRON JEW S HARP the camel walk tune
25 IRON JEW S HARP improvisation

RECORDED BY MATHIAS ESNAULT in MONGOLIA, august 2011
mathesna@gmail.com

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