Enjoy Mongolian music
FORGET the usual rock and roll, pop or rap concerts, there will be a musical experience of a different kind at the Redcliffe Park Community Centre next month.
Mongolian musician Bukhchuluun Ganburged will introduce audiences at the special event to the haunting tones of the horse head fiddle and the unique sounds of Khuumii, or throat singing.
Ganburged said he had been playing the horse head fiddle since age nine after learning from his uncle, a famous musician in Mongolia.
“Music is very special for everyone but for me especially, when I play my instrument I fall in love with the pure and natural sound,” he said. “Mongolian music is very practical and ancient; all melodies have histories and meanings about the beauty of mountains, rivers, animals, nomadic lifestyle, landscape, steppe and nature.
“I am looking forward to performing in Perth.”
Mongolian Music Night will be held at the Redcliffe Park Communi- ty Centre on November 5, 6-9pm. Call Hana on 0406 067 077 to RSVP.
Bukhchuluun Ganburged... all melodies have histories and meanings about the beauty of nature.