Release date: 2004
|Single CD (audio): GBP 10.00|
"This solo album has been recorded in February of 2004 in a small recording studio in one of the outskirts of Moscow. "Kamlaniye" is the Russian name of a shamanistic ritual, which is called in Tuvan Alganyr (i.e. to pray) or Algysh (i.e. prayer). Gennadi (Gendos) Chamzyryn is also member of the Tuvan trio of improvised music "Biosintes" together with Vresh Miloyan and Mergen Mongush. He tours all over Russia and Europe (Germany, Italy, England, Poland, Norway et all), plays different styles of music, ranging from the most ancient type of traditional to the most extreme avant-garde. He is a person of exceptional gift, a natural, unprocessed diamond of Tuvan modern music."
"Presently Gennady Chamzyryn directs a few of his own groups and projects, tours all over Russia and Europe (Germany, Italy, England, Poland, Norway et al), plays different styles of music, ranging from the most ancient type of traditional to the most extreme avant-garde. He is a person of exceptional gift, a natural, unprocessed diamond of Tuvan modern music..."
-- Sainkho Namtchylak, Translated by Anton Rovner
Kamlaniye is a "shamanistic performance," which aims at bringing oneself to the level of ecstasy by means of singing, dancing and hitting the tambourine, after which the soul of the shaman, supposedly, leaves the body temporarily and goes on an encounter with the spirits, in order to receive guidance from them or to struggle with them.
-- A Concise Dictionary of Mythology, Moscow. 2003
Tracklisting of CD LA 04070 1 Track 1 1'04" 2 Track 2 3'40" 3 Track 3 3'40" 4 Track 4 8'33" 5 Track 5 6'39" 6 Track 6 4'38" 7 Track 7 2'42" 8 Track 8 9'42" Total duration around 40'38"
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