Huun Huur Tu Tuvan Throat Singers
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Huun Huur Tu is the seminal group from the Russian autonomous Republic of Tuva who popularized the folk tradition of throat-singing in the West.
In 1992, Huun-Huur-Tu was founded by Sasha Bapa, his brother Sayan, and two other musicians, Kaigal-ool Khovalyg and Albert Kuvezin. Ever since, they have tried to focus on the performance of “old and forgotten songs”, as Sasha put it. Sasha, Sayan, and Kaigal-ool were refugees of one of the large state-managed song and dance ensembles that became fixed institutions of the public cultural life during the Soviet era. For decades, these ensembles with their glitzy performances offered theView more
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605 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213