CULTURE
Beyond expectations: Georgian singers imitate Duduki instrument in an incredible polyphony
12 May, 2016
Georgian polyphony, with its diversity and incredible effect is largely unmatched in the world. However, there is also another way of singing in Georgia, which will amaze anyone even today, in 21st century, when using various technologies you can achieve almost any sound. This is exactly the case with several Georgian singers (Mikheil Javakhishvili, Andro Dgebuadze, Buba Murghulia, Goga Kapanadze), who have decided to imitate the sound of Duduki, a wind instrument actively used in Georgian folklore.
What you are
about to hear now, is going to exceed your expectations.

Video courtesy: The Tbilisi Times

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