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  1. Tarbagan are two Japanese musicians, Todoriki Masahiko and Saga Haruhiko, who perform traditional Mongol and Tuvan folk music.

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  4. A collaboration between Huun-Huur-Tu & Malerija.

  5. Kongar-ol Ondar was born in 1962 near the Hemchik River in western Tuva, within sight of the ruins of the Chadaana Buddhist Monastery destroyed…

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  7. 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…

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  9. The musicians of Alash are Nachyn Choodu, Ayan-ool Sam, Ayan Shirizhik, and Bady-Dorzhu Ondar, all of whom were trained in traditional Tuvan music…

  10. The Tuva Ensemble was founded by ten khöömei singers on October 15, 1988 in Kyzyl, Tuva. Some of them had previously been members of Sayan, the…

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  12. Gennadi Tumat (born on 25 February 1964 in Khandagajty, died 1996) was a renowned Tuvinian master of throat singing. He was the artistic leader…

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  14. Yat-Kha is a band from Tuva, led by vocalist/guitarist Albert Kuvezin. Their music is a mixture of Tuvan traditional music and rock, featuring…

  15. Ay-Kherel, from Tuva, features throat singing and instruments from Central Asia.

    Ay-Kherel, meaning "ray of moonlight," was founded in 1994 by…

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  18. Igor Koshkendey is one of the best throat singers from Tuva. Besides performing solo, he is a member of the throat singing group Chirgilchin.…

  19. The Faroe Islands might not seem like a hotbed of jazz, but anyone who has followed Tutl's catalogue knows otherwise. The Torshavn-based record…

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