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  3. AltaiKai (Russian: АлтайКай) is a folk band from Altai Republic, Russian Federation. They represent the traditional musical culture of Altai people,…

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  6. Bugotak (Cyrillic: Буготак) is an ethnic project found in 2004 in Novosibirsk, Russia, by Sayan Andriyanov, a multi-instrument player and throat…

  7. Bugotak (Cyrillic: Буготак) is an ethnic project found in 2004 in Novosibirsk, Russia, by Sayan Andriyanov, a multi-instrument player and throat…

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  9. Sasha Bapa, his brother, Sayan, and two other musicians, Kaigal-ool Khovalyg and Albert Kuvezin formed HUUN-HUUR-TU in 1992 to focus on the…

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  11. Okna Tsahan Zam («The white road»), aka Vladimir Kharouev, was born in 1957 on the long road used by the Kalmyk people when returning to their…

  12. Bolot Bairyshev (Russian: Болот Байрышев) is a singer from the Altai Republic. As the 10th of 17 children of a farmer’s family, Bolot grew up in…

  13. Chirgilchi, meaning "dance of the air in the heat of the day" or "miracle", is a group of musicians from Tuva, Russian Federation, performing…

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  15. Ayarkhaan is a long-established female vocal group from Sakha established in 2002 by khomus music player Albina Degtyareva.
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  18. Huun-Huur-Tu is a throat singing group from the semi-autonomous Tuva Republic, Russian Federation, which is situated north of Chinese Turkestan,…

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  20. Shu-de is known for its Tuva throat singing and interpretation of shamanic songs. The band recorded its first album in 1994 Voices from the…

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