Global Notes: Chicagoan a student of Tuvan throat singing
Tuvan throat singers use their vocal cords to produce two to four notes at a time. Chicagoan Brian Grover discusses the art of Tuvan throat singing and shows off his collection of Tuvan instruments. He's studied the musical style - which originated in a remote Russian republic in southern Siberia - since the late 1990s.
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