Best Asian Songs 最佳亞洲歌曲

Introduction to some of the best or unique Asian music videos:

"My Beloved Country Mongolia"

Traditional Mongolian Music & Dance performed by artists of the 'Mongolian National Song & Dance Academic Ensemble'
MV  alt  alt 


Хос ятгын клип-Music by B. Sharav & yatga (ЯТГА) performed by MUNKH-ERDENE Chuluunbat (Ч. Мөнх-Эрдэнэ)
MV  alt  alt  Live 

"Elsen tsul"

Shanz3 (Modern Mongolian Music Group)
BEHI-ARGAGUI AMRAG (аргагүй амраг)  alt  Б.Сарантуяа: "Аргагүй монгол аялгуу"   Б.Сарантуяа/Sarantuya "Argagui amrag "   Sarantuya - Bi Jargaltai   alt  Sarantuya Tursun udriin ayalguu   alt  Б.Сарантуяа: "Хязгаараа баталсан хилийн цэрэг "   Reference: Sarantuya (Wikipedia) 


-Boerte Band - soundtrack of 'The Story of the Weeping Camel' - "Tears of the Camel") (Mongolian: Ингэн нулимс, Ingen nulims)
View it at  alt  alt  Shorter version  Reference: The Story of the Weeping Camel (Wikipedia) 


Amazing Mongolian Song
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Throat Singing Covering Pop Songs

Rolling in the Deep (Adele)   We will rock you (Queen)   Live in TV Contest   alt   Wind of Change   Summertime (acoustic)   I live for you (KUULAR)   Tuvan Beat (feat. Sander Wick)  

...... Mongolian and Central Asian Songs ......

Throat Singing (Overtone Singing)

Throat singing, a guttural style of singing or chanting, is one of the world's oldest forms of music. For those who think the human voice can produce only one note at a time, the resonant harmonies of throat-singing are surprising. In throat-singing, a singer can produce two or more notes simultaneously through specialized vocalization technique taking advantage of the throat's resonance characteristics. By precise movements of the lips, tongue, jaw, velum, and larynx, throat-singers produce unique harmonies using only their bodies. Throat-singing is most identified with parts of Central Asia, but it is also practiced in northern Canada and South Africa where the technique takes on different styles and meanings.
Sources: Smithsonian Folkways (  alt 
Khoomei or Humai is the most incredible and distinctive vocal performance in Mongolia. Sometimes described as throat singing. It is said that through this method, harmony of up to 4 layers can be produced at the same time!  Source: Mongolian Incredible Throat Singing 呼麦 (Youtube Video) 
Reference: Mongolian Throat Singing (Youtube Video)  Alternate short version (Youtube Video) 
Overtone singing is the most spectacular and probably the oldest form. Known as khoomii in Mongolian, it's a vocal technique by which a single performer can produce two or even three separate lines simultaneously. the notes are continued and low made by forcing air through a constricted throat and a series of harmonies made by the tongue which, rolled under the palate, guages the breath, producing sounds remarkable similar to those of a flute. The vocal imitation of the flute and the Jew's harp was traditionally the exclusive province of men. Khoomii is linked to shamanism and is characterizes by the production of sounds imitating those of nature; the soft noise of the wind cascades and rivers and birds songs are just a few.
Source: Diphonic mongolian song (Youtube Video) 

References: Overtone singing (Wikipedia)  List of overtone musicians (Wikipedia) 

Mongolian Throat Singing

Mongolian Throat Singing The Mongolian art of singing: Khoomei, or Hooliin Chor (’throat harmony’), is a style of singing in which a single performer produces a diversified harmony of multiple voice parts, including a continued bass element produced in the throat. These singers may perform alone or in groups. Khoomei is practised today among Mongolian communities in several countries, especially in Inner Mongolia in northern China, western Mongolia and the Tuva Republic of Russia. Traditionally performed on the occasion of ritual ceremonies, songs express respect and praise for the natural world, for the ancestors of the Mongolian people and for great heroes. The form is reserved for special events and group activities such as horse races, archery and wrestling tournaments, large banquets and sacrificial rituals. The timing and order of songs is often strictly regulated. Khoomei has long been regarded as a central element representing Mongolian culture and remains a strong symbol of national or ethnic identity. As a window into the philosophy and aesthetic values of the Mongol people, it has served as a kind of cultural emissary promoting understanding and friendship among China, Mongolia and Russia, and has attracted attention around the world as a unique form of musical expression. Source: Mongolian art of singing: Khoomei ( 
References: Mongolian art of singing: Khoomei (10 min)  The Mongolian traditional art of Khöömei (10 min) 

Best Videos of Mongolian Throat Singing

Khusugtun Ensemble

The meaning of the name ‘Khusugtun’: The word khusug mean a cart of pastoral nomads. ‘Khusugtun’ means nomads, or more precisely people who move with carts. Moreover, the word describes the process of moving such as camel, horse and yak caravans, herd of livestock, and people guiding them etc.
Biography of Khusugtun Ensemble: The group was established in March of 2009 with six professional musician, to promote and popularize Mongolian ethnic music. Besides the group, all the members are musicians at the National Song and Dance Academic Ensemble. Their performance usually consists of melodies of folk music instruments such as Grand Fiddle, Horse Head Fiddle, Bagpipe, Zither, Dzimbe (Drum), and Dombor (Stringed Instrument Resembling a Lute) etc, and overtone singing. Five members of the group perform A Cappella with overtone singing. Since the established they have been very successful and already won several awards. Reference: 

Tuvan Throat Singing

Tuvan throat singing is one particular variant of overtone singing practiced by the Tuva people of southern Siberia. Tuva (sometimes spelled Tyva) sits at the southern edge of Siberia, with Mongolia to its south. Over the centuries, Tuva has been part of Chinese and Mongolian empires, and shares many cultural ties with Mongolia. In 1944 it became part of the USSR, and until the late physicist Richard Feynman drew attention to it, was largely unknown to westerners. Tuva is now a member of the Russian Federation. (Wikipedia)
The art of Tuvan throat singing is a style in which one or more pitches sound simultaneously over a fundamental pitch, producing a unique sound. The history of Tuvan throat singing reaches very far back. Many of the male herders can throat sing, but women are beginning to practice the technique as well. The popularity of throat singing among Tuvans seems to have arisen as a result of geographic location and culture. The open landscape of Tuva allows for the sounds to carry a great distance. Ethnomusicologists studying throat singing in these areas mark khoomei as an integral part in the ancient pastoral animism that is still practiced today. Often, singers will travel far into the countryside looking for the right river, or will go up to the steppes of the mountainside to create the proper environment for throat-singing.
Reference: Tuvan throat singing (Wikipedia) 

Best Videos of Tuvan Throat Singing

Biography of Alash Ensemble:

Alash are masters of Tuvan throat singing, a remarkable technique for singing multiple pitches at the same time. Masters of traditional Tuvan instruments as well as the art of throat singing, Alash are deeply committed to traditional Tuvan music and culture. At the same time, they are fans of western music. Believing that traditional music must constantly evolve, the musicians subtly infuse their songs with western elements, creating their own unique style that is fresh and new, yet true to their Tuvan musical heritage.

What does throat singing sound like?

"Imagine a human bagpipe-a person who could sing a sustained low note while humming an eerie, whistle-like melody. For good measure, toss in a thrumming rhythm similar to that of a jaw harp, but produced vocally-by the same person, at the same time." -Newsweek (March 17, 2006)
Reference: Alash Ensemble Website 

Yat-Kha, a band from Tuva Republic
Yat-Kha, a band from Tuva Republic, Russia
Non-traditional Throat Singing
Inuit Throat Singing Rekuhkara- Ainu Throat Singing
Inuit Throat Singing & Rekuhkara
Alex GlenfieldYuichi TubaMiroslavGrosser
Overtone Singing & Tutorials

Rock style Throat Singing

Yat-Kha (Ят-Ха-Their music is a mixture of Tuvan traditional music and rock)- "Coming Buddha"  "Come Along"  "Black Magic Woman"  "Orgasmatron"  "Uzhar LaBar" Live  "Neve-Haya" (Legend of Mankurt)  "Kaa-Khem" (Audio)  "Yenisei Punk" (Deep In The Heart Of Tuva)  alt  Reference: Yat-Kha (Wikipedia)  Yat-Kha Website 

Khuumei Zorigoo (A former member of Altain Orgil)- "Mt. KHARKHIRAA" (Tsast Tsagaan Kharkhiraa)  alt  alt 

Altan Urag (Алтан Ураг-A Mongolian Folk Rock band)- "Blue Mark" (Khokh Tolboton)  Live  Live  Live  "Marco Polo" Ending song  "RaKH II"  "hiliin chanadad"  "Mother Mongolia" (Khadak soundtrack)  "Ovgon savdgiin ulger"  Requiem  Uvgun savdgiin ulger  Duujin Daajin  Altan Urag - Davalgaa, Ijii Mongol  Altan Urag, Naran- "Araatan" (Араатан) 

Altai Throat Singing

ALTAI Kai (Алтай Кай) Kai kojon  йно, ойно, Алтай (Играй, играй, Алтай)  Komyzim  El Jonym   Altai Kai (Алтай Кай) at Sayan Ring  alt  on Turkish TV 
Bolot Bairyshev Kai Kojon (Audio)  alt  Altin-Tuu (Audio)  Shaman  Altai  Live at TengriFM: Bolot Bairyshev, Julia, Chyltys, Gulzada (12 min) 

Kalmyk Throat Singing

Okna Tsahan Zam (Vladimir Karuev Владимир Каруев) "Edjin Duun (Песня о матери)" (MV)  alt  Audio  Audio  "Akner Duner" (audio) 

Turkish Throat Singing

Traditional Turkish ( Tuvan ) Throat Singing - Kül Tigin   Turkish darbuka & Tuvinian throat singing 

Inuit Throat Singing

Tanya Tagaq-- Improvised Performance - an Inuit throat singer.  Tanya Tagaq Performance 2   Tanya Tagaq  Tanya Tagaq in Puebla Mexico   Tumivut - Inuit Throat Singing - The Competition Song   Inuit throat-singing demonstration   Inuit Throat Singing Introduction - Inuit Cultural Online Resource   inuit throat singing   Throat singing "Dog and Wolf" 
References: Inuit throat singing (Wikipedia)  Throat Singing Music In Inuit Culture ( 

Rekuhkara- Ainu Throat Singing

Rekuhkara- Ainu Throat Singing アイヌのレクㇷカラ(喉遊び歌)  Rekuhkara  Men's Rekuhkara 
Reference: Rekuhkara (Wikipedia) 

Overtone Singing

"Amazing Grace " Throat singing Khoomii  Amazing Grace with Overtone Chant  Three Rare Styles of Overtone Singing (Throat Singing)  Rollin Rachele "Overtone Singing" Music Video  Overtones in the Snow  Mikuskovics: "Didgeridoo & Overtone Singing" 

Overtone Singing Tutorials

Overtone singing tutorial  How to sing OVERTONES: Part 1/2  How to amplify your OVERTONES: Part 2/2  Overtone Singing in Concert - Miroslav Grosser (Berlin)  Overtone singing - basic techniques  Overtone singing guide - more western style  Overtone Singing Tutorial by Sound Medicine Master  Throat Singing tutorial  Overtone singing tutorial  Throat Singing Tutorial  Throat (Harmonic) Singing (  How To THROAT-SING (  How to do Tibetan Throat Singing 

Overtone singing - The "Deep Voice"

Overtone:The term may also indicate the application of a harsh voice or some other constriction
The "Deep Voice" is often used in Tibetan Tantric Chants. As explained by the Master Nestor Kornblum, those chants are called Tantric because balance the masculine and feminine aspects of one's energy system. Singer: Nestor Kornblum. Recorded in Spain at "The Dome" Alcalalì. Reference: Tantric "Deep Voice" 
Reference: "Deep Voice" Overtone Singing  --Live exercises of overtones singing in the Dome, Alcalalì - Spain Singers Gianni Bardaro, Jose Angel Rodriguez, Oscar Jareno.

Altai and Khakassia

Tuva’s neighbouring states, the Altai Republic to the west, and Khakassia to the northwest, have developed forms of throat singing called ‘’kai’’, or ‘’khai’’. In Altai, this is used mostly for epic poetry performance, to the accompaniment of topshur. Altai narrators ("kai-chi") perform in kargyraa, khöömei and sygyt styles, which are similar to Tuvan. They also have their own style, a very high harmonics, emerging from kargyraa. Variations of kai are called karkyra, sybysky, homei and sygyt. The first well-known kai-chi was Kalkin. ref:Wiki:Overtone

Rock style Throat Singing

Well, it's time now to listen to some modern folk rock music from Mongolia. The singer this time is Khuumei Zorigoo, there isn't much info and photos about him in the web but he's a former member of Altain Orgil, one of the most famous and famed mongolian bands. One of the greatest features mongolian music has brought to this world, and that you can find in this song, is the throat singing and the horse-headed fiddle. Traditional plus modern music in one song, that's quite amazing, at least for me ;-). Reference: khuumei-zorigoo-tsast-tsagaan 

Kalmyk Throat Singing

The Republic of Kalmykia (Russian: Респу́блика Калмы́кия, tr. Respublika Kalmykiya) is a member of the Russian Federation. It is the only Buddhist region in Europe. Kalmykia is located on the shores of the Caspian Sea. Reference: Kalmykia (Wikipedia) 
Vladimir Karuev (Russian: Владимир Каруев) is the national kalmyk jangartschi. He was born on the way home from exile in Siberia in 1957. His Russian name is Vladimir Karuev, but when he was born, his mother gave him the Kalmyk name Okna Tsagan Zam (Kalmyk: Окна Цаhан Зам, Russian: Окна Цаган Зам). Tsagan Zam means The White Road, in a free translation means something like “The way to freedom”, Okna is his father’s name. For several years he has devoted himself to preserving Kalmyk epics by rooting it in the mongol culture. This has led him to practice different techniques of overtone singing from Mongolia, Tuva and Tibet. Reference: Biography: Vladimir Karuev
Vladimir Karuev

Inuit overtone singing

Inuit overtone singing- The resurgence of a once-dying Inuit tradition called katajjaq is currently under way in Canada. Inuit throat singing was a form of entertainment among Inuit women while the men were away on hunting trips. It was an activity that was primarily done by Inuit women, though men also did it. In the Inuit language Inuktitut, throat singing is called katajjaq, pirkusirtuk or nipaquhiit depending on the Canadian Arctic region. It was regarded more as a type of vocal or breathing game in the Inuit culture rather than a form of music. Inuit throat singing is generally done by two individuals but can involve four or more people together as well. In Inuit throat singing, two Inuit women would face each other either standing or crouching down while holding each other's arms. One would lead with short deep rhythmic sounds while the other would respond. The leader would repeat sounds with short gaps in between. The follower would fill in these gaps with her own rhythmic sounds. Sometimes both Inuit women would be doing a dance like movement like rocking from left to right while throat singing. The practice is compared more to a game or competition than to a musical style. In the game, Inuit women sit or stand face-to-face and create rhythmic patterns.
References: Inuit throat singing (Wikipedia)  Throat Singing Music In Inuit Culture (  Overtone singing (Wikipedia) 


Rekuhkara (from Sakhalin Ainu rekuh レクㇷ 'throat'; rekut レクㇳ or レクッ in Hokkaidō Ainu) is a style of singing, similar to Inuit throat singing, that was practised by the Ainu until 1976 when the last practitioner died. The Sakhalin spelling rekuxkara or the Japanese spelling rekukkara (レクッカラ in Katakana) can also be encountered. The Ainu method involved two women facing each other, with one forming a tube with her hands and chanting into the oral cavity of her partner. The technique is essentially one where the "giver" provides the voice and the "receiver", holding her glottis closed, uses her vocal tract to modulate the sound stream.
Reference: Reference: Rekuhkara (Wikipedia) 


Traditional Mongolian and Central Asian Songs

'All Mongols' Ethnic Group Singers
'All Mongols' Ethnic Group Singers
Egschiglen, a Mongolian Folk band
Egschiglen, a Mongolian Folk band
Mongolian National Song And Dance Academic Ensemble
Mongolian National Song And Dance Academic Ensemble

D. JARGALSAIKHAN (Жаргалсайхан)

"GUREN MONGOL CHIN HULEENE" (Гүрэн Монгол чинь хүлээнэ)  Orchestra/Ariunbaatar/Uyanga - Guren Mongol Chin Huleene  alt  Jargalsaikhan/Chinggis Khaan Band- Heroes of Genghis khan  Jargalsaikhan - Egshin tasrahgui amidral  Lyrics  News article  Suhbaatar - The Heros Of Chinggis khaan "Сэвжид - Чингисийн баатарууд"  

"All Mongols" Ethnic Group Singers

"Хамаг Монгол" (Hamag Mongol) -"All Mongols" Ethnic Group Singers/S.Javkhlan (С.Жавхлан)  alt  alt  at Javkhlan Facebook 

Javkhlan Samand (Самандын Жавхлан) & Дуучин

"Har harhan harts (Хар хархан харц)"  alt  Official Facebook site 

"Har harhan harach"

Bayannamar & Odhantuya  Live  alt  Otgontuya & Enkhbat (Отгонтуяа Дуучин Б.Энхбат)  MUSTA N.Mungunshagai 

Egschiglen (Beautiful Melody)

, a Mongolian Folk band  "Goviin Magtaal" From 2007 album 'Gereg" (khöömii by Amra, solo vocals by Saran)  "Chamaigaa gelgui yahav" From 2007 album 'Gereg"  "Tavan hasag" From 2001 album 'Sounds of Mongolia'  "Chandmani nutag" From 2001 album 'Sounds of Mongolia'  "Talin Salhi" From 2000 album 'Zazal"  "Chingis haani magtaal" From 1997 album 'Gobi"  Egschiglen - Mongolian Overtone Yodeling - creole 2007  Web page  Reference (Wikipedia) 

E. Turmandah (Э.Төрмандах)

-"Aarhal" (Аархал)
  alt  alt  Turmandah Taijiin hurd Тайжийн хурд   alt  TURMANDAKH - "CHONIIN HIIMORTOI ER HUN"  E.Turmandakh - Ekh Oron Erchuudeer Dutna  alt  TURMANDAKH - "Ноён гэгээн хутагт"  alt 


Mongolian National Song And Dance Academic Ensemble

- Shiliin bogdiin salkhi  Ayagat bujig  Joroon joroo  Mongol tsamiin deg  Khatad  a promotion video for 2013 summer concert 
a promotion video for

Tumen Ekh

(A Mongolia’s folk song and dance ensemble)
Anda Union (安达组合) - "Ode to Auspiciousness" [Chinese CCTV New Year Gala 2011]  Mongolian Bowl Dance 顶碗舞  Mongolian Bowl Dance - 2010 Canadian Chinese New Year  Mongolian Dress Up Dance 盛装舞 
Reference: Mongol Biyelgee: Mongolian traditional folk dance (10 min) 

Kazakh singers
Kazakh singers
Urna Chahar-Tugchi
Urna Chahar-Tugchi
Byambasuren SharavByambasuren Sharav
Jantsannorov and Byambasuren Sharav

Komuz ft. Dombra (ORIGINAL VIDEO)   KAZAKH MUSIC: DOMBRA   Reference: Music of Kazakhstan (Wikipedia) 

"Dudarai" (都达尔和玛丽亚/可爱的一朵玫瑰花)

"Dudarai (dudar and maria)"Kazakh Song - Dudarai / 都达尔和玛丽亚 / 可爱的一朵玫瑰花   Dudarai (kazakh folk song) Audio Kazakh version  李秀莲:可爱的一朵玫瑰花 Audio Chinese version  "Dudar-ai", the famous Kazakh song with English translation Audio The famous Kazakh love song by Mariyam Rykina, singer: Zhubanysh Zheksenuli  Музыкальный клип - Дудар-ай  Тасқын塔斯肯 - The Voice of China 2013  Дударай, Тасқын - екінші шанс. Dudarai, Taskyn - second chance on Voice of China   靜婷(唱)胡燕妮(演)胡燕妮飾演夜總會歌女,靜婷幕後代唱。秦劍導演的《何日君再來  alt 

Tatar Music - Men Anamdan Kalganda (Audio) 

Urna Chahar-Tugchi (Chinese:乌仁娜)

"Hodoo" from 'Tal Nutag' 1995 (Chinese:草原情歌)  alt  "My Brown Horse" from 'Amilal' 2005  "Yanzagan zootoi saaral mori"  "Arwan Hoyor Jil"  "Silaihuar" from 'Hödööd' 1999  "Tugchi Buuvei" (Lullaby)  Live with Arzhaan on festival "Voice of nomads 2009"  "Haram Gui" (From the Heart/Feeling Generous) - Urna Live with Jerzy Bawol [Accordeon] (Poland) & Keyvan Chemirani [Zarb, Daf, Udo] (Iran, France)  Urna Chahar--Tugchi Trio performing in Vilnius   "Sangjidorji" - Sangjidorji was one of the most famous freedom fighters from Ordos  "Sangjidorji" - Urna Chahar-Tugchi & Jerzy Bawoł  Urna Chahar Tugchi Website  Reference (Wikipedia) 

Mongolian composer Jantsannorov (Н.Жанцанноров)

"Setgeld shingesen Gobi" (Gobi desert deep in my heart) played by Mongolian philarmonic orchestra with the lead instrument Morin Khuur  "White Stupa No1" Performed by State Morin Khuur Ensemble with morin khuur (horse head fiddle)  alt 
"Tsagaan Suvraga" (The Tsagaan Suvarga mine is a large copper mine located in the south of Mongolia)  Jantsannorov-8 nastai yatgachin   Nugraach G. Anudari  
"Manduhai Tsetsen Hatan"  Заавал үзэх ярилцлага - Нацагийн Жанцанноров (хэсэг - 2)   Намуун байгаль 


Popular Mongolian and Central Asian Songs

Shanz3 (Шанз 3)

Shanz3 (Шанз 3)

"Elsen tsul"  Shanz3 (Mongolian traditional music instrument shanz group)  alt  alt  alt  alt  Mongolian Music and Dance College-(Live) 
"Erch huch"  Shanz3  alt  Shanz3 iTOP mendchilgee 

"Argagui amrag"  Shanz3 (live)  Practice) 
"Shine jil"  Shanz3 (live) 

Shanz3  "Uyasal" (MV)  "Mr.Grinch" (MV)  "Money master" (Audio)  "Mamamia" (Audio)  "God Father" (Audio)  "Staying' Alive" (Video) 

Shanz3 Live performing (8.30 min)  Shanz3 Facebook  Reference (blog) 

Indonesia shanz 

Behi (Бэхи)

- "argagui amrag (аргагүй амраг)" (MV)  alt  Live  Live  "Revolution"  "Get lucky"  "Smooth"  "Heart to Heart"  "Песенка о Медведях"  "Huree Huuhnuud" 

3 ohin (3 Охин)

"AMORE (Аморе)"-3 ohin feat Dulguun (Дөлгөөн)  "Gantshan chiniih" 
Минжинсор "Буцаахгүй"  "Falling in love" 

SHO & Egshiglen

"Amidraliin Togloom" (Эгшиглэн Амьдралын тоглоом)  Egshiglen "Nairah arga chin buruudaad baina" 


- "Mongol hun"  Ice Top-"Үргэлж хамтдаа" 

Dream Life хамтлаг

- "Охидын Уянга "  "Дөрвөн голын Уянга"  Reference 

BX feat Quiza

- "One Dream"  alt  Lyrics  Lyrics 


- "I Love My Luv"  "Dr.Love" 
Ariunaa (МУГЖ Т.Ариунаа) Chi minii amidral (Audio)  "Zuudnii hanhuu" (Audio)  Bitgii uil ohin mine (Битгий Уйл Охин Минь) Lyrics  Hair iim ungutei Video 

Ankhuush & Bazuh
Ankhuush Bazuh
Uuriintuya, Nomin-Erdene, Erdenechimeg
Uuriintuya, Nomin-Erdene, Erdenechimeg
Violinist Degi
Violinist Degi
Universe Best Songs Festival
Universe Best Songs Festival


Zorigoo, Jagaa, Bazuh  Audio  Audio 

"Chamtai ijil negen"

Anhuush & Bazuh  alt 


Ankhuush & Bazukh  alt 


Anhuush & Bazuh 

Jonon Жонон

"Mongol"  Alt - Traditional Mongolian Music Instruments & Modern Twist - "Mongol"   Live from UB: Jonon This is the third in a series of videos of music filmed in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The band Jonon plays "Baruun Mongol" or "Western Mongolia". They play traditional Mongolian instruments with a pop/rock twist. They incorporate morrin huur (horse-head fiddle), yatga (zither), jaw's harp, and throat singing into a new style.  "UVUL (Өвөл)"  "Taniruu nuuj yavna"  "Love Me Soul"  "Careless whisper (George Michael)" 


Gee vs Jonon feat Bayaraa "Minii nutgiig nadad uldee"  Gee feat Jonon Hujaa_2011   Baji & Gee "Hyamd ohin (cheap girl)" B.A.J.I  


"Yundun guuguu (Юндэн гөөгөө)"  alt  alt  "МӨНГӨНЧИМЭГ MUNGUNCHIMEG"  alt  "Yunden googoo"  Burmaa  Burmaa/Sodnomsamdan  Otgen  Mongolian language students, Indiana Univesity 


Uuriintuya/Myagmarsuren -"Hair duu"  Uuriintuya (Үүрийнтуяа) -"Ширээ нуур"  Uuriintuya -"Wanli" 

Uuriintuya, Nomin-Erdene and Erdenechimeg

- Reference 
MONGOLDUU - Erdenetungalag - Duulj l yawahaas daa (Эрдэнэтунгалаг - Дуулж л явахаас даа) 


- "Shiree Lake" Mongolian Long Song with modern twist  Shiree Nuur (Shiree Lake) Traditional Mongolian Long Song sung by Altan Urag 


- "Setgeliin egshig"  "Setgeliin egshig"  Ulemjyn chanar  Shuurgan Mongolchuud  Degi website 

Memory Pop Orchestra Z.Hangal tani ruu nuuj yavna   Ami - Tani ruu nuuj yavna "Ами - Танруу нүүж явна"   Jonon - Tani ruu nuuj yavna "Жонон - Танруу нүүж явна"   Таньруу нүүж явна киноны хөгжим (tanruu nuuj yavna ost)  

Universe Best Songs Festival

2009 Ending Scene  We Are The World-Universe Best Song-2009-Mongolian-English  Universe Best Songs Festival 2009 - Tsenher delhiigee duulay -Mongilian version  Universe Best Songs 2011 - Heal The World   Waving flag MONGOLIA with LYRICS (Universe best songs 2010)   [English Lyrics] Mongolian Song - Ode to Auspiciousness [Chinese CCTV Lunar New Year Gala 2011]   Mongolian Strong Men by Muujii  

Dimash Kudaibergen(Димаш ҚұдайбергенБейбит Корган
Dimash Kudaibergen ------ Бейбит Корган
Andy & Kouros
Andy & Kouros
Tatar Music
Tatar Music
The Persian and Indian ensemble Ghazal
The Persian and Indian ensemble Ghazal

Popular Kazakh Songs & Singers

Dimash Kudaibergen (Димаш Құдайберген)"SOS d'un terrien en détresse" Live  alt  Live  Studio version  DAIDIDAU (Дайдидау)  Give me love (Махаббат бер маған) 

Бейбит Корган "Шок Кыздар" (MV)  Live  "От От Жанарым" (MV)  alt  "Тындашы Жаным" (MV)  "Сок-сок" 

"Fristajlo (Freestylo)" Ernar Kaldynov - "Fristajlo (Freestylo)"  alt  alt +Lyrics  Full Raw Unedited Version  Live  A parody MV  alt  Fristajlo guy in 2010 

Нұрлан Әлімжан - "Бағынды бағала"  alt (  Musicola - "Ай-бопем (Колыбельная)"-(Lullaby)  Qarakat - "asil ajem" 


Moon rise over the Silk Road

"Moon rise over the Silk Road"  alt 
'Moon rise over the Silk Road' is the third collaboration between Kayhan Kalhor, the Iranian kamancheh (a vertical, four-string fiddle) player, and Shujaat Husain Khan, a sitar virtuoso.
The idea behind this duo's work is to bring together two rather disparate classical traditions, Persian and Hindustani.
Song Title 1. Fire In My Heart 23:58 2. Pari Mahal 8:08 3. Besh'no az Nay (Listen To The Nay) 20:52

References: GHAZAL (  Kayhan Kalhor (Wikipedia)  Shujaat Husain Khan (Wikipedia) 

The Rain

Shujaat Husain Khan - Kayhan Kalhor "The Rain" (20 min) 
THE RAIN was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album.
These haunting, hypnotic pieces of virtuoso performances by Ghazal are based on Indian and Persian traditional music, and beautifully demonstrate the full potential of kamancheh and sitar. At times, it is hard to believe these three songs are improvised, such is the strength of the trio's understanding of each other's musical instincts. These players reap as much from the instruments as they can, frequently turning out sounds that mimic many other instruments, including gypsy violin, flute, and bassoon. Shujaat Husain Khan (who is descended from seven generations of musical masters) captures the sound of both the human voice and the natural environment, exemplified by conversation near a snapping, crackling blaze in "Fire." In addition to his sitar playing, Khan occasionally contributes mellow, buttery vocals that seamlessly blend in with the other instruments. Tracks 1. Fire 2. Dawn 3. Eternity Recorded on May 28, 2001. Ghazal: Shujaat Husain Khan (vocals, sitar); Kayhan Kalhor (kamancheh); Sandeep Das (tabla).

Traditional Mongolian Music Instruments

Shanz 3 - Elsen tsul 2nd Mördorj contest - Shudraga - Jantsannorov duuli YATGA  Morin Khuur (Horse Head fiddle)

Shanz or Shudraga

Shanz 3 - Elsen tsul  "Argagui amrag" variationen shudraga 

2nd Mördorj contest - Shudraga
Jantsannorov duuli  Pradov Ispanskaya Fantasia Spanish phantasy - Sövjargal   Bellini rondo   Saransatai tsiganskii tants - gypsy dancd  Gradovskii Uran Setgemj  Mördorj unagan joroo 

Shanz or Shudraga - a plicked three string instrument, widespread among Asia. In Japan known as Shamizen, in China as Sanxian, & in as Shudraga (Wikipedia)
Shanz is a long-necked spiked lute with an oval wooden frame with snake skin covering stretched over both faces. The three strings are fixed to a bar, which is inserted in the body. The instrument is struck or plucked with a plectrum made of horn or with the fingers. As the tones do not echo, every note is struck several times.
References: Mongolian Musical Instrument Shanz  Mongolian traditional music instruments - SlideShare  Traditional music of Mongolia ( 

YATGA (Mongolian: ятга)

"Variation Concert" by Sharav Byambasuren "Variation Concert" by Sharav Byambasuren (1999) (MUNKH-ERDENE Chuluunbat)  Live  Live  Монгол ардын дууны найруулга 
"Хөх торгон дээл - Blau Mantel (Chinese 蓝绸袍)" Munkh-Erdene Chuluunbat  ЦДБЭЧ-ын Ардын найрал хөгжим 
Munkh-Erdene Chuluunbat "Reminiscence' -Дурсамж"  at Sounds of Eurasia Fest 2009  "Монгол ардын дууны найруулга"  "Flight of the Bumblebee by N. Rimsky-Korsakov" MUNKH-ERDENE Chuluunbat plays with Vietnamese harp Trang ram 

"Гоолингоо" ЦДБЭЧ-ын Ардын найрал хөгжим  "Yanjinlham the beautiful mother" 3 Yatga performers 

The YATGA (Mongolian: ятга) is a traditional Mongolian stringed instrument of the zither family, also known as the curved board harp..The performer plucks the strings with the fingernails of the right hand; the left hand is used to put pressure on the strings, varying the note. The left hand can also be used to play the base strings without plucks. Depending on style the higher strings are picked by fingers or by picks. Reference: Yatga (Wikipedia) 

Munkh-Erdene Chuluunbat(Mongolian name: Чулуунбат Мөнхэрдэнэ) - A member of the Mongolian big band "Boerte", she is known as the "Queen of Yatga".

"Variation Concert" by Sharav Byambasuren (1999): The inspiring element for his "Variation" was Mongolian folk music, enriched by traditional and modern musical styles. The main tune, which is rather unique and based on an uneven rhythm, serves well as the supporting background for the skills and technique of the harp. Linking different parts in this work, B.Sharav used a traditional Mongolian song ("Gangan Borlog"/"Girl's Wish"), expressing the beauty and purity of a young Mongolian woman.

Morin Khuur (Horse Head fiddle) 馬頭琴

"Tumen Mori" (Galloping of Ten Thousand Horses 万马奔腾)- Buren Tegus 布仁特古斯Zhang Quansheng 张全胜  Ci Bulag 齐宝力高 and the Horse-head Fiddle Orchestra at Chinese New Year Eve's CCTV Gala in early 1991.  Ci Bulag 齐宝力高  Hosoo & Transmongolia  胡琴類聚(こきんるいじゅう 
"Two Steeds of Genghis Khan 成吉思汗的两匹骏马"- Composed by Ci Bulag - at Golden Hall of the Vienna Music Association  Performed by Ci Bulag 齐宝力高 

"丝路随想"  "丝路随想" Dance 
東方神駿馬頭琴樂團 "Gada Meilin 嘎達梅林"  "Butterfly Lovers 化蝶" 
Battulga.B "Jonon khariin yavdal" 

ERDENE, Aman khuur player in Khovd  Jews harp of A.Sydykov / jew jaw jaws mouth maultrommel guimbarde   Traditional music of the Tsuur (11 min)  "Цуур ардын дууны хоршил" - tsuurch N.Gombojav - Tsuur ardiin duunii horshil.flv   Baatarjav demonstrates some khoomii (throat singing) techniques, finger whistling technique (tsuur imitation) and one traditional tsuur (mongolian vertical flute) melody. 

The Silk Road Project (The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma):

Ascending Bird performed by Silk Road Ensemble
Silk Road Ensemble
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Ascending Bird  Night Thoughts  "Yanzi" (Swallow Song) 
"Kuai Le," which means "joy" in Chinese, was composed by Osvaldo Golijov for the Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma's performance at the Opening Ceremony of the 2007 Special Olympic Games in Shanghai. 
"Air to Air" (Live From Lincoln Center) In this excerpt, the Ensemble and guest artists from Manhattan School of Music and the University of Michigan perform "Wa Habbibi" and "Tancas Serradas a Muru," movement's from composer Osvaldo Golijov's "Air to Air." Golijov has described this piece as "music born from community."
Silk Road Project Website  The Road to Beijing (18 min) This video filmed in China in 2007 coordinates with lessons from Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE); interviews feature Yo-Yo Ma and Silk Road Ensemble members 
Arabian Waltz  "Rustem" 

Yo-Yo Ma performing The Making of A Playlist Without Borders. (6 min)  Creative Exchanges at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, in 2004 (20 min) A documentary  An interview with Sandeep Das, tabla player and composer from India.  An interview with Siamak Jahangiry, ney player from Iran.  An interview with Wu Man, pipa player and composer from China.  Pipa virtuosa Wu Man plays "White Snow in the Sunny Spring." This is one of several traditional Chinese pieces for solo pipa, a short-necked lute that has been one of the most popular instruments in China since the Tang Dynasty.  "Crying Song from Chayraq"  "Arabian waltz" - YO-YO MA & Keyhan Kalhor (plays Kamanche )   Driven by complex additive rhythms and improvisatory melodic lines, "Arabian Waltz" is a propulsive work by Lebanese-born composer Rabih Abou-Khalil, whose works fuse the musical traditions of the Arabic world with jazz improvisation and European classical techniques. The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma performed this piece at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, NY. For more on the Silk Road Ensemble and the Silk Road Project,   Silent City For "Silent City,"  Yo-Yo Ma - "Empire State Of Mind"  "Wandering Winds"  The Silk Road project 
Silent City For "Silent City,"  Yo-Yo Ma - "Empire State Of Mind"  "Wandering Winds"  The Silk Road project 
Shujaat Hussain Khan (Sitar & Vocals)/Kayhan Kalhor (Kamancheh)/Sandeep Das (Tabla)  

"Yanzi" (swallow 燕子) - In this well-known Chinese folk song, Kazakh in origin, the singer addresses a girl named Yanzi (swallow), praising her bright eyes, graceful neck and long hair. "Please do not forget your promise and change your heart," he sings. "I am yours, and you are my swallow."
Wu Tong, who studied the sheng (Chinese mouth organ) at the Central Conservatory in Beijing, also has a career as a rock vocalist. His former classmate, Zhou Lin, was moved to arrange "Yanzi" for voice and cello after hearing Wu Tong's a capella rendition. Here he sings "Yanzi" with cellist Yo-Yo Ma during a Silk Road Ensemble concert.
"Arabian Waltz" - Driven by complex additive rhythms and improvisatory melodic lines, "Arabian Waltz" is a propulsive work by Lebanese-born composer Rabih Abou-Khalil, whose works fuse the musical traditions of the Arabic world with jazz improvisation and European classical techniques. The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma performed this piece at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, NY.
"Rustem" - The sweet and seductive violin solo in "Rustem" gives a glimpse of a musical culture that is uniquely global while also rooted in local tradition. The music of the Roma reflects the rich musical cross-pollination of a borderless people, with seamless meshing of local instruments, musical languages and styles. Originally from North Central India, the nomadic Roma migrated to Persia and Europe around 300 B.C.E. They eventually settled in Wallachia and Moldavia (present-day Romania), but suffered savage persecution until the mid-19th century. Europeans mistook the Roma for Egyptians and coined the term "gypsies" in the 15th century. Today the Roma diaspora can be found on almost every continent.This Roma piece from Romania, "Rustem," was arranged for the Silk Road Project by Ljova and is dedicated to Marty Peretz and Anne Peretz with deep appreciation and thanks.

"Crying Song from Chayraq" - "Crying Song" is one of more than a dozen short movements from "¡Chayraq!: Rough Guide to a Modern Day Tawantinsuyu." In composing this piece for the Silk Road Project, Gabriela Lena Frank drew on Peruvian and Chinese influences, ethnomusicology research, and her own observations of music at indigenous festivals while she traveled in Latin America. "¡Chayraq!" was commissioned by the Silk Road Project. The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma performed this piece at Harvard University's Sanders Theatre on March 27, 2011. In this performance are Yo-Yo Ma, Wu Man, Colin Jacobsen, Shane Shanahan and Mark Suter.

Silent City For "Silent City," the kamancheh (Persian spike fiddle), Western strings and percussion join in a meditation that is created anew with each performance. Composer and kamancheh player Kayhan Kalhor wrote the piece to commemorate the Kurdish village of Halabjah in Iraqi Kurdistan. "I chose to base the piece on an altered A-minor scale using Kurdish themes to remember the Kurdish people." The performers develop the piece by improvisation until the last section, arranged by Ljova (shown in this video), which follows conventional composition and notation. This excerpt was filmed during a concert by the Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma in Harvard University's Sanders Theatre in March 2011. Kayhan Kalhor speaks about this piece in a video interview: The Silk Road Project: Kayhan Kalhor on "Silent City"   "Silent City" was made possible by a grant from the Fromm Music Foundation and was first performed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on December 20, 2005, by the Silk Road Ensemble, artists in residence at Harvard University. "Silent City" was composed by Kayhan Kalhor and arranged by Kayhan Kalhor and Ljova.

"Night Thoughts" was inspired by a ninth-century Buddhist pipa tune and represents for pipa virtuoso and composer Wu Man a chance to rediscover the pipa's native, regional language. She was particularly drawn to its ancient tune scale, which is very different from today's mostly pentatonic pipa music, and to the peaceful, meditative sound of the pipa in the low register.
Santur player Siamak Aghaei and violinist Colin Jacobsen arranged a traditional folk melody that was inspired by mythology.
"Ascending Bird" tells the popular legend of a bird attempting to fly to the sun. After two failed attempts, the bird finally makes contact with the sun, losing its physical body in fire, and in this way achieving a metaphorical spiritual transcendence.

"Wandering Winds" --Opening a Silk Road Ensemble concert, three musicians perform an improvisation entitled "Wandering Winds." Kojiro Umezaki begins alone on the shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute often used in Zen Buddhist meditation, whose breathy voice can mimic sounds of nature such as bird calls, wind or water. He is joined by Wu Tong on the bawu, a Chinese instrument also made of wood, which sounds somewhat similar to a clarinet. Dong-Won Kim rounds out the processional with improvised vocals and the Korean jang-go, a two-toned hourglass drum.


Vietnamese Songs

Hon vong phu Lời của Gió Tình Đơn Phương Tien quan ca-Vietnam National Anthem

[Hon vong phu]

-[Statue of Husband Waiting]
Hòn Vọng Phu 1  Hòn Vọng Phu 2  Hòn Vọng Phu 3  Hòn Vọng Phu  Sáng tác: Lê Thương - Biểu diễn: Đức Tuấn & Thanh Thúy  Hòn vọng phu 1, 2, 3 - Hoàng Oanh, Thanh Lan, Duy Quang  Hòn vọng phu 1,2,3 -Thanh Thúy ft Đức Tuần ( Còn mãi với thời gian)  Hon Vong Phu 1 va 3 - Asia Golden 2 - Hung Ca Su Viet  Unlimited Symphony 

[Lời của Gió]

>-[of the wind]
Bằng Kiều  Hồng Nhung & Quang Vinh-Audio  Live  Live  Anh Thơ ft Tấn Minh  Audio  Lam Trường ft. Minh Thư  Minh béo, Hồng Nhung 

[Vang Trang Khoc]

-The Crying Moon-哭泣的月亮
Nhật Tinh Anh/Khánh Ngọc  alt  Live  Chinese subtitle  English subtitle  Chinese version  alt  Hmong Version 

[Tình Đơn Phương]

-[Unrequited love]
Đan Trường  Audio  Huy Vũ 

Phuong Thanh-[Dem Lao Xao]  Live  Như Quỳnh - Duyên Phận (Thái Thịnh)  Như Quỳnh - Vùng Lá Me Bay (Trần Quang Lộc) - A Dancing Dream  Như Quỳnh - Nhạc vàng trữ tình Bolero Như Quỳnh  Manh Quynh/Nhu Quynh-Vietnamese song  duy manh-[kiep do den]  Nhat Tinh Anh-[Tinh Yeu Mang Theo]  Thuy duong-[Chi toi]  Trần Thu Hà-[Chi toi]  Tuấn Ngọc-[Riêng Một Góc Trời]  Live  Hồ Hoàng Yến, Lê Anh Quân  Liên khúc-[Thanh Pho Buon]  LK Thành phố buồn ! Giọt lệ sầu ! Lam Phương Đan Nguyên  Liên khúc Thành phố buồn 

[Tien quan ca-Vietnam National Anthem]

Tiến Quân Ca/Quốc ca Việt Nam  "Sound of Singing Soldiers"  Lyrics 


Indian Songs

Indian film 'Mohabbatein' Indian film 'Zid' Indian film 'Sanam Re' Indian film 'Rocky Handsome'

"Zinda Rehti Hain Mohabbatein"

Theme song from 'Mohabbatein' (Love Stories), a 2000 Indian film  alt  alt  Movie Scenes  Azam Pitt and LelaPuaka (Cover) 

"Humko Humise Chura Lo"

Theme song from 'Mohabbatein'  Full video  Lyrics  Smule Sing (Cover)  Darius Bollywood Electric Violinist 

"Pairon Mein Bandhan Hai"

Theme song from 'Mohabbatein'  alt  Lyrics  Azam Pitt and LelaPuaka (Cover)  Dance group Lakshmi  Dance group Devesh Mirchandani  Devesh Mirchandani in China 

"Aankhein Khuli"

Theme song from 'Mohabbatein'  alt  alt  Full video  alt  Azam Pitt and LelaPuaka (Cover)  Dance - Devesh Mirchandani in China 

"Soni Soni"

Theme song from 'Mohabbatein'  alt  alt  Dance group Lakshmi  Dance group 

Mohabbatein instrumental

Love Theme Instrumental  Mohabbatein - Love Theme  Rhythms of Mohabbatein (Instrumental)  alt 

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Punjabi Songs & Singers Theme songs from 'Cocktail', a 2012 Indian film

Theme songs from 'Cocktail'

, a 2012 Indian film
"Tumhi Ho Bandhu" - ft. Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone & Diana Penty  "Second Hand Jawaani" - ft. Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone & Diana Penty   "Mein Sharabi" - sung by Imran Aziz Mian & Yo Yo Honey Singh featuring Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone & Diana Penty.  Hookah Bar Song - From "Khiladi 786", a film by Hari Om Entertainment Company and HR Musik 
Daler Mehndi - "Tunak Tunak Tun"  "Ho Jayegi Balle Balle"  "Phatte Chak Deyange"  "Dil Mera Nal" 

Alisha Chinai - "Made In India"  "Lover Girl"  "Sexy Sexy Mujhe Log Bole" 

Indian classic-[女友嫁人新郎不是我] 


Iranian Songs & Singers

Googoosh (Faegheh Atashin) Farzaneh Iranian movie 'Santouri' Ehsan Khajeh Amiri
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...... Intresting Songs of Asian Nations ......

"2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China"
第16届亚运会 2010

2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China
The Promotional Film 宣传片  The Application Film 申请宣传短片  何洁-"广州之恋" MV (2010广州亚运会歌曲)  Video  Live  廣州群星-"亞洲的夢" (2010廣州亞運民間主題曲) Cantonese 
Opening ceremony开幕式  "时光" (朗朗 章子怡)  "日出东方"  alt  精彩焰火表演 
Closing ceremony闭幕式  Part 1: CHINA  Part 2: INDIA  Part 3: JAPAN  Part 4: KAZAKHSTAN  Part 5:INDONESIA  Part 6: LEBANON  Part 7: MONGOLIA  Part 8: SUNSHINE AGAIN  Part 9: HANDOVER TO INCHEON, S KOREA (RAIN PERFORMS)  Part 10: FINALE 
Best of Guzheng
Best of Guzheng

Hòa Tấu Sáo Trúc Và Đàn Tranh | Những Tuyệt Phẩm Hay Nhất - Best of Guzheng Phần 1   Những Bản Sáo Trúc Độc Nhất Giang Hồ Nghe Sâu Lắng Trong Tim 
The đàn tranh (彈箏) is a plucked zither of Vietnam. It has a wooden body and steel strings, each of which is supported by a bridge in the shape of an inverted "V." The đàn tranh can be used either as a solo instrument, or as one of many to accompany singer/s. The đàn tranh originally had 16 strings but it was renovated by Master Nguyễn Vĩnh Bảo (b. 1918)[1][2] of South Vietnam in the mid 1950s. Since then, the 17-stringed đàn tranh has gained massive popularity and become the most preferred form of the instrument used throughout Vietnam. 
Hòa Tấu Sáo Trúc Hay Nhất Phần 1 | Tiếng Sáo Trung Hoa | Chinese Bamboo Flute (1 hr 8 min)  Hòa Tấu Sáo Trúc Hay Nhất Phần 2 | Tiếng Sáo Trung Hoa | Chinese Bamboo Flute (1 hr)  Hòa Tấu Sáo Trúc Hay Nhất Phần 3 | Tiếng Sáo Trung Hoa | Chinese Bamboo Flute (53 min)  In Concert: Wu Man and The Knights (1 hr 50min) 
後藤真希 - BOYS! TOUCH  

Myanmar song  May Shin- Kyae say Taman (with Myanmar Frescos and pictures)- Myanmar song  


恭喜恭喜 - 賀新年 Gong Xi Gong Xi - He Xin Nian - GNP All Stars 

Chinese/Japanese songs performed by Vietnamese singers in English:  [BEN THUONG HAI]  [La Hán quyền trứ danh của Thiếu Lâm Tự]  alt 

Western songs performed by Asian artists:

Teresa Teng-鄧麗君Tracy Huang-黃露儀(黃鶯鶯)
Teresa Teng-鄧麗君:  [The Power Of Love]  Audio  [BEAT IT]  Red army version (红军版)-[Beat It] 

Tracy Huang-黃露儀(黃鶯鶯):  [Woman In Love]  [Love is Blue]  [Dancing Queen]  [San Francisco] 

劉家昌:  [Crazy + Unchained Melody] 

Lyric of Historia de un Amor (A Story of Love) 

QinGe Guitar-琴歌指弹:  [Beat it]-Michael Jackson  [Bad Romance]-Lady Gaga  [I will always love you]  [Lambada-Kaoma]  [Smooth Criminal]-Michael Jackson  [My heart will goon 我心永恒]  [Ievan Polkka-Loituma 甩葱歌] 

Adele's [Rolling in the deep]bằng đàn tranh by a traditional instrument called GuZheng in China and Đàn tranh in Vietnam 

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