Throat singing

Throat singing is characteristic of the culture of a number of Turkic (Tuvans, Altaians, Bashkirs, Khakasses, Kazakhs, Kirghiz) and Mongolian (Mongols, Kalmyks) peoples. The uniqueness of this art lies in the fact that the performer extracts two notes at once at the same time, thus forming a kind of two-voice solo.