By Gordon Rugg
As regular readers of this blog will know, I’m interested in striking music. As regular readers of this blog will also know, I have a sense of humour that occasionally wanders into areas of unhallowed eldritch horror that would probably have been better left alone.
Today’s post includes both themes.
The link below is to some Tuvan throat singing, accompanied by a range of instruments; it’s striking and elegant.
The next link is to a crossover between classic blues and Tuvan singing and music; some listeners (including myself) think that it’s brilliant, but others vehemently disagree.
The last link is to a crossover that was not such a good idea, namely throat singing combined with rap music. Much though I would like to describe it, like the famous quote about Wagner’s music, as not being as bad as it sounds, honesty compels me to remain silent…
I hope that at least one of these experiences brightens your day.
Reminds me of the book “Tuva or bust” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuva_or_Bust!