Unfortunately this type of singing is used in cinema, as forebodings, and of an upcoming scary happenings. So my association with it is negative. I didn’t finish the first video, but the second video showed a variety in shorter segments. The lighter type of singing is more intriguing
Maybe we can all request it!
These works showcase the grasslands, and gives
snippets of the authentic Mongolian life. (◕‿◕ )
Thank you everyone! I’ll be sure to check out the songs and the shows
Every time I notice jealousy in a drama, I can’t help but hear this song play in my mind!
Hi! good to see you’re around. It’s spring, lots of jealousy is about to spring up, resulting in, many broken hearts
Hi!! Thanks for remembering me!! How have you been?
Yeah, I haven’t been on as often since I was busy with school work. Now that my homework load has lightened, I’ve started watching dramas again. However, I’ve been watching older dramas, nothing too new.
Yes I do remember you! you’ve expanded my knowledge base on Mongolia, and their culture.
Nice! Congrats on conquering your intellectual goals, so far! ✓ I watch a bit of everything, but I’m going at my own pace. Plus I also have work!
look on MYDRAMALIST it has a 2 year list, don’t know if its active. sounds good to me!!
I don’t know much about Mongolian culture myself, but whatever I find, I like to share since I do want to know more and maybe others want to as well
Thank you! I’m graduating this semester so I’m excited about that!
Yes, it’s best to go at your own pace. I see comments of other people watching this new drama and that new drama, but in the end, we have our own lives.
May I ask what a two year list is?
two-year list of Mongolian dramas esp one for wolf totem
thanks for the explanation!
I just wanted to share this interesting video featuring a Mongolian instrument, the Morin Khuur!
This music is from the Chinese game Genshin Impact. I’m putting it here because the instruments used are the Mongolian morin khuur and the Chinese guzheng. Together, the sounds of the instruments evoke different feelings in one song. I hope you enjoy!
The Mongolian morin khuur
The Chinese guzheng
They are such beautiful instruments! Hearing them together is also a symphony to my ears!
I just came across this channel while scrolling through YouTube. I haven’t watched completely watched any of their videos, but I’m going to check them out in my free time. I’m just posting it here just in case anyone now or in the future gets interested in Mongolian script!
At the very start of The Buddha’s Palm, you can hear Mongolian Throat Singing. It’s a movie.