Países beneficiario: Mongolia
The proposed 36-month project, to be implemented by the National Center for Cultural Heritage and carried out in three regions, aims to stabilize and transmit the folk long performance technique of Limbe performers – circular breathing through the old repertoire. The circular breathing technique is considered as a great achievement among nomadic Mongolians and is inseparable from the traditional folk long song. However, there are currently very few Limbe performers compared with those of other instruments, and Limbe performers who have mastered the circular breathing technique are even fewer. There is therefore an urgent need to safeguard the technique along with the traditional repertoire of folk long song melodies. Since the inscription of the element on the List of Intangible Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding in 2011, the Mongolian government has undertaken several initiatives to safeguard and transmit it, together with community members and related bodies. However, though these initiatives have brought fruitful outcomes, they are still in their first phase. To further strengthen the element, previous safeguarding measures need to be reinforced and future measures redefined in collaboration with bearers and practitioners. To this end, the project intends to: strengthen and stabilize the practice; document and inventory the old repertoire; train apprentices and strengthen their skills and knowledge of the old repertoire; support the production of Limbe musical instruments; and raise public awareness.
00543 - Folk long song performance technique of Limbe performances - circular breathing (6.COM, inscribed/selected/approuved)
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