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Sedaa - Mongolian meets Oriental

Sedaa (Mongolia/Iran) Since its foundation in 2009, the Mongolian Persian formation SEDAA combines the archaic sounds of traditional Mongolian music with oriental harmonies and rhythms in a fascinating way. The master singers Nasaa Nasanjargal (trained in their Mongolian homeland and involved in the film music for "The Weeping Camel"), Naraa Naranbaatar and the virtuoso dulcimer player Ganzorig Davaakhuu, together with the Iranian multi-instrumentalist Omid Bahadori, carry us off into a truly exotic world between the Orient and the Mongolian steppe. The basis of their modern compositions are sounds of nature - produced with traditional instruments and by using ancient singing techniques of nomadic ancestors, in which a human being produces several tones at once. Vibrating undertone singing and the throat singing Hömii as well as the melancholy sounds of the horse head violin Morin Khuur merge together with pulsating drum rhythms to a mystical sound carpet of vibrations and moods, taking the listener on an acoustic journey along the Silk Road.

Advance ticket sales EUR 22,-- City Office Kufstein, Kufsteinerland, Kulturfabrik-Bar, Paper-Books Ögg
Box office EUR 25,--
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Sedaa - Mongolian meets Oriental - Kufstein

Sedaa (Mongolia/Iran) Since its foundation in 2009, the Mongolian Persian formation SEDAA combines the archaic sounds of traditional Mongolian music with oriental harmonies and rhythms in a fascinating way. The master singers Nasaa Nasanjargal (trained in their Mongolian homeland and involved in the film music for "The Weeping Camel"), Naraa Naranbaatar and the virtuoso dulcimer player Ganzorig Davaakhuu, together with the Iranian multi-instrumentalist Omid Bahadori, carry us off into a truly exotic world between the Orient and the Mongolian steppe. The basis of their modern compositions are sounds of nature - produced with traditional instruments and by using ancient singing techniques of nomadic ancestors, in which a human being produces several tones at once. Vibrating undertone singing and the throat singing Hömii as well as the melancholy sounds of the horse head violin Morin Khuur merge together with pulsating drum rhythms to a mystical sound carpet of vibrations and moods, taking the listener on an acoustic journey along the Silk Road.

Advance ticket sales EUR 22,-- City Office Kufstein, Kufsteinerland, Kulturfabrik-Bar, Paper-Books Ögg
Box office EUR 25,--

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