In collaboration with Mongolian composer and one-of-a-kind talent Bukhu Ganburged, Evolution Series presents a new chapter of inspiring sounds. With state-of-the-art equipment, they recorded the voice and Morin khuur on a world-class stage. The beauty of Buhu’s voice combined with morin khuur opens the door to the early 13th century.
Harmonic sound production, without pressing the strings to the neck. The strings are clamped with the outer side of the nails of the index and middle fingers of the left hand and the grown nails of the ring finger and little finger. The thumb serves to support the neck of the instrument and is rarely used to grip the strings. The bow is held in the right hand – the palm holds the bow from below, the thumb is placed on the block, the index and middle fingers clasp the cane, and the ring and little fingers are placed with pillows on the bow’s hair from the inside and, if necessary, pull them.
The morin khuur is played while sitting, holding the trapezoidal body between the knees and holding the bar at a certain angle upward. Traditionally it is a male instrument, widely used both for solo performance and for accompaniment. Especially important for accompaniment in the performance of “lingering songs” and epic legends. Not used in monastery music.
Morin Huur was the first to bring Marco Polo to Europe, who received it as a gift in 1275 while visiting Shandu, the “summer capital” of the Yuan dynasty.
– Movement and textural-based performances
– Multiple sustain and short note motions tempo synced to your DAW
– Multiple textural-based performances
– Instruments’ practical range sampled for all techniques
– Performances that have a raw and human quality
– The Perfect Combination of Voice / Horse Fiddle
– Recorded with state-of-the-art equipment at a world-class scoring stage
– All samples at 48khz 24bit
– 6.32 GB Library (Compressed)