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Imagine a beat that sounds like a horse cantering: cloppity clop, cloppity clop. A jolly banjolike lute line rides along, like a cowboy sitting astride that horse. Add the scuttling atmospherics of a horsehead fiddle and rustic cello, suggesting storm clouds rushing over grassland -- or John Cale in his Velvet Underground heyday, circa ''The Black Angel's Death Song. There you have Huun Huur Tu, the famous throat singers of Tuva.
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Once you know, you won't be able to un-know: they're all trying to sound like dry-throated, lazy-tongued cats on purpose. Madeline Tallman via Reddit. Show more
The Oriental riffalso known as the East Asian riffis a musical riff or phrase that has often been used in Western culture as a trope or stereotype of orientalism to represent the idea of Mainland ChinaJapanKoreaTaiwan or a generic East Asian theme. It has also been used to represent generic Southeast Asian themes like those from ThailandVietnamand Myanmar. The riff is sometimes accompanied by the sound of a gong.
The concert on Thursday, Oct. Most of the group members grew up listening to the songs they perform today. Now they share those songs to promote and protect traditional Mongolian lifestyle. The instruments used in the performance were all used anciently by grassland shepherds and horsemen.