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Ordo Sakhna

Ordo Sakhna

Ordo Sakhna


Ordo Sakhna is a kyrgyz folk ethnographic theater created in 1999 in Kyrgyzstan. They play authentic kyrgyz instruments such as komuz, kyiak, chogoino, choor, sybyzgy, chopo-choor, kernei, surnai, temir komuz, jygach komuz, dobul bas, and eki-kylduu kyiak. All the musicians of Ordo Sakhna graduated from conservatoires, and many are laureates of regional and international festivals and contests. The music manager of Ordo Sakhna is Nurlanbek Nyshanov Read more on Last.fm
Ordo Sakhna is a kyrgyz folk ethnographic theater created in 1999 in Kyrgyzstan. They play authentic kyrgyz instruments such as komuz, kyiak, chogoino, choor, sybyzgy, chopo-choor, kernei, surnai, temir komuz, jygach komuz, dobul bas, and eki-kylduu kyiak. All the musicians of Ordo Sakhna graduated from conservatoires, and many are laureates of regional and international festivals and contests. The music manager of Ordo Sakhna is Nurlanbek Nyshanov, a musician and composer who has been dubbed “one man orchestra” referring to his unique ability to play all kyrgyz folk instruments. The most recent successes came from Baktybek Shatenov who won the grand prix at the Issyk Kul Folk Festival 2001 and Damira Njazbekova who won the first prize at the same festival. Ordo Sakhna released its first album, titled "Music of the Legends", in 2000, and its second album, titled "Song of Nomad", in 2001.

The music from both albums has been used as a soundtrack in the popular collection of video films about Kyrgyzstan titled Toguz Ak that have been regularly broadcast on various TV channels since September 2001 up till present. Their third album "The Flame Horses" was released in 2007. Official site: http://www.ordosakhna.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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