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Nature Ganganbaigal - To Where Tengger Leads Me

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It may be difficult for the typical pop music fan to get his/her head around Nature Ganganbaigal's music. He's an accomplished Mongolian horse-head (No, I don't know what that means) fiddle player. Apparently, this is an ancient string instrument of the Mongolian people. Ganganbaigal began as a horse-head fiddle player and throat singer from China. In 2014, though, he was invited to New York City to become a soloist with the NYU Philharmonic and Jazz ensemble, Combo Nuvo, for the world premiere of Richard Shemaria's "Mongolian Nights." Ganganbaigal is also the bandleader, composer and singer for Tengger Calvary, which is actually a rock band.

To Where Tengger Leads Me, however, is not a display of Ganganbaigal's rock music. Rather, this is the kind of music the artists creates for films and video games. "From Far Away," for instance, has a driving, semi-classical feel to it. One can easily imagine it utilized for a film score. It contains all the drama of cinema.

Artists like Ganganbaigal are just a little too talented. They make the rest of us so jealous. But seriously, this man's background truly give his music something new and exotic, which separates it from much of orchestral film music being created today.

Nature Ganganbaigal - To Where Tengger Leads Me
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