Voice of Nature
Traditional throat singing from mid-asian regions, producing two simultaneous tones, a high and a low one, with the vocal cords.
This art was initially created to imitate the voice of nature and animals. Traditionally used in ritual ceremonies, folk songs to praise the natural world, ancestors and great epic figures of the Mongolian people.
You will find 3 styles of Throat Singing:
Eskheree (Sygyt) High frequency overtones (Water and Wind sounds)
Khargyra Low frequency overtones
Khoomei (Tuva) overtone singing
Performed by Alexander from SHONO band in Siberia
The pack was recorded covering all possible articulation of this unique styles.
Total of 134 high quality samples
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