Mongolia, lies in the heart of Asia, a vast country with endless grasslands in the south wrap around the the Gobi desert. Pristine rivers run down from the snow-covered Altai and Changaj mountains through forests and flatlands.
Some Mongolians still practice nomadic living, in harmony and rhythm with nature, and together with their “five jewels”: horses, camels, cattle, sheep and goats. The music of the Mongolian people breathes the freedom and power of the simple way of life close to the nature.
You can almost hear the sound of the hoofs by the small and tough Mongolian horses – Genghis Khan founded the world’s greatest empire of all times on their backs. And then again the music takes us to the clear silence of the Gobi desert, where only the wind sings in the dunes.Mongolian sounds seems strange and mysterious when first encountered, rendering the listener speechless, yet the music brings familiarity, by expressing basic human feelings: love, sorrow and thankfulness. beyond all cultural differences there is a common element of human existence.