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Ts.Battur: I know songs and culture of Buryat well

The Theatre of Opera and Ballet’s solo singer, Ts.Battur informed he plans to perform a concert celebrating the launch of his new album, at the wrestling stadium on October31 . The artists has been performing  his independent concerts since 2009, such as; Tengerleg Egshiglen (Heavenly Melody) 1, 2, Gerel Suuder (Light and Shadow), and Munkhiin Duulal (Eternal Song) concerts.

We asked Ts.Battur about his new concert over a telephone interview.

-Hello, I am “phone friend.” Where are you and what are you doing at the moment?

-I am currently at the TV9 studio to promote my concert in celebration of the release of my new album.

-Please tell us more about your new album?

-I made 2 albums titled, Khulsan Tsahuur about Mongolian folk songs, and Biye Biyenee Gamnaarai which is about Buryat folks songs. Khulsan tashuur album consisted of 10 songs, and the other consists of 12 songs.

-Why did you choose Buryartian songs?

- I was grown in Binder soum of Khentii Province, so I know Buryat culture and Buryat songs well. Every singer grew up listening folk songs. Famous producers of Mongolia made many songs so I need to introduce them to the public.

-What songs will you perform in your concert celebrating the launch of your new album?

-I will perform songs from my new album and also several Ari songs with the piano instructor of the Music and Dance Collage of Mongolia, Ts.Myagmartseren.  Artists such as the State Honored Artist U.Dalantai, singers Sh.Bayanmunkh, A.Tumen-Ulzii, S.Gantogtokh, and folk and classical vocal bands, Nuans and Voice will also perform at the concert.

In addition, before the year ends, I will perform Tengerleg Egshiglen 3 concert in Ulaan-Ude.

 

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