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Tue March 23, 2004
Mongolian Musicians in Adirondacks
By Pat Bradley
Lake Placid, NY – The Adirondack-based Totem Peoples Preservation Project has been working with the peoples of the Burat-Mongolian region of Eastern Siberia for over ten years to help preserve their heritage and bring their unique arts to western awareness.
An ensemble of musicians and throat singers are in the Adirondacks to participate in a cultural exchange and perform their music. Throat singing is a vocal art that allows a singer to simultaneously sing up to 4 vocal tones. More from Pat Bradley.