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Introduction to ART. Start with some thinking!. You need a very small piece of paper (big enough for three words) Clear your mind of all conscious thought. Now write on the slip of paper the first three things that come to mind when you think of “ART” – pass forward.

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Start with some thinking
Start with some thinking!

  • You need a very small piece of paper (big enough for three words)

  • Clear your mind of all conscious thought.

  • Now write on the slip of paper the first three things that come to mind when you think of “ART” – pass forward


The many functions of music
The many functions of music

  • Music can entertain

    • Examples 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Music can send a message

    • Examples A, and B (skip to about 26 seconds)

  • Music can unite

    • Examples 1a, 2b, 3c, 4d, and 5e

      • If necessary

  • Music can define/describe a culture

    • Examples A1, and B2



The art of kh mei
The art of Khőőmei

  • Highly Culturally Relevant

    • Sounds of nature – reflect animism

    • Semi-unique, only survives in pockets like Tuva

  • Universal qualities

    • We can’t understand the words (when there are words) but we can infer meaning

    • Take a listen; what is the mood?


Kh mei style
Khőőmei style

  • Not only a generic term for overtone singing, Khőőmei is also a style of the art

    • Check a clip

      • Instrument is a traditional TuvanIgil

    • And another clip


Sygyt style
Sygyt Style

  • The word "sygyt" is derived from the Tuvan verb "to whistle.“

  • May represent a bird or perhaps wind

    • Audio clip

    • Video #1

    • Video #2


Chylandyk style
Chylandyk Style

  • Also a bird, but described as a bird that sings in the night

  • Similar to Sygyt, but lower in pitch

    • Check the sample

    • And another sample


Kargyraa style
Kargyraa Style

  • Low growly voice

  • Think bear or something else growlish

    • Check a sample of this style

    • A second sample

    • Plus a Vid for good measure


Borbangnadyr style
Borbangnadyr Style

  • Rolling sounds, like a babbling brook, or other beautiful mountain streamy place

    • Video sample


Huun huur tu
HuunHuurTu

  • Preserving traditions

    • Style of Dress

    • Instrumentation

      • Doshpuluur – two-stringed lute

      • Igil – another kind of two-stringed lute

      • Xomuz - sometimes called a Jew’s Harp or Mouth Harp a clip

      • Xapchyk – rattle made from dried bull’s scrotum filled with the knuckle bones of sheep

      • And so much more


Introduction to art

One more cool vid and one more song