Altan Urag’s new song in their latest album “Blood”. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Улаан цагаан хар шар янз янзын өнгө будаг Уранхай ноорхой хувцас хунар улиг болсон саарал орчин Урагшаа хойш явах гарцгүй уцаарт өртсөн утаанбаатар Бурхан номлол тэнгэрийн ёс бүтэн хоёр зуун жил Буурай хөгжил тарчиг амьдрал шинэ цаг шинэ […]
Another performance from the 2004 Tsagaan Sar celebration in Ovor Mongol.
Horchin ardin duu, duulasan ni Hasar hamtalag
Altan Urag’s new song in their latest album, “Blood”. Алсран алсрах түүхийн чанадаас Алдар суу нь дуурсан дуурсаж Арван зүгтээ сүлдээ тахисаар Амгалан энхийг даянаа тогтоож Аргамаг хүлгийн хүчит туурай нь Алтан дэлхийг доргиож явсан Асар тэнгэрийн заяатай төрсөн Агуу удмын нутаг минь э Эх түүхийн алтан хуудсаа Эхэлж бичсэн онгон талаа Ээлжлэн манах зуун […]
This work was composed in 1972. It is said it opened the new era of Mongolian contemporary music.
From the Album “Introducing Hanggai” Track 2: Yekul Song
Album Ardiin Ayalguu 2009 – The ensemble Khan Bogd consists of young and talented Mongolian artists who have already made experiences with concerts in Europe and the United States of America. They got to know each other during their studies and since then have worked together in various projects. The Mongolian songs comprise an enormous […]
Album Ayalguu 2005 – The ensemble Khan Bogd consists of young and talented Mongolian artists who have already made experiences with concerts in Europe and the United States of America. They got to know each other during their studies and since then have worked together in various projects. The Mongolian songs comprise an enormous repertory. […]
Album 2000 Höömij – Ts. Batgerel, S. Sarangerel, Z. Selenge, Ch. Enkhjargal The ensemble was founded in June 1999. All members of the ensemble have either studied at the conservatory in Ulaanbaatar and work as professional musicians today. Tumbash is a symbol for four animals, which live peacefully and happily together. According to an Indian […]
Album 1998 – Altai-Khangain-Ayalguu – Yavgaan, Amarjargal †, Selenge Traditional Mongolian folk music reflects the large variety of Mongolian and Turkish tribes that were for the first time united in the 13th century under the rule of Genghis Khan to become one Mongolian people.
Music by Black Horse – Ayalguu
(trad. arr. Tumenbayar Migdorj) “The white‑breasted sparrow is twittering in the morning. My beloved is moaning too much. The cuckoo is singing a beautiful song in the forest. But my beloved is thinking of leaving”
Beautiful pictures of the beautiful country Mongolia. i had to cut this song cause it was to big but i took the best part out of it
Once again, not sure of this title, but it’s another performance from the 2004 Tsagaan Sar celebration in Ovor Mongol. First time I’ve seen khoomii done by a female, it’s pretty cool!
Traditional Mongolian music involving stringed instruments and Tuvan throat/overtone singing. Download this song and more here: http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4053716/Black_Horse_-_Mongolian_Traditional_Classical_Music_Art_EAC_FLAC
Traditional Mongolian music involving stringed instruments. Download this song and more here: http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4053716/Black_Horse_-_Mongolian_Traditional_Classical_Music_Art_EAC_FLAC
This love song is dedicated to a man called Yan Tai Wan Göögöö.
A performance from the 2005 Tsagaan Sar celebration in Ovor Mongol.
I actually don’t know the name of this song because there wasn’t any written information for it, but I’ve watched this video countless of times since I was little, and I really like it. If anyone knows the name of it, could you tell me? Thanks 🙂
I think that’s the name of this song… this is a clip taken from an old video I found at home from Mongolia in the early 90s.