En­joy Mon­go­lian mu­sic

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - NEWS -

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.

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