Haranga

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Haranga / Харанга
HarangaRock.jpg
2013.07.14
Background information
Origin Mongolia
Genres Hard rock, Progressive rock
Years active 1989 – present
Members Khatanbaatar Lkhagvasuren
Tserendorj Chuluunbat
Tsendsuren Enkhmanlai
Yarinpil Odsuren
Nemekh Purevdash
Past members Khangal Bulgan

Haranga (Mongolian: Харанга, gong) is a hard rock/progressive rock band from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, established in 1989 as the first Mongolian hard rock group.[1] It has been performing in Mongolia since the early 1990s. In 1997, the group recorded two CDs in Germany, sponsored by Daimler-Chrysler and Siemens Nixdorf.[citation needed]

History

In the 1990s their "Shuuder tsetseg", and "Uguilen sanana" became hits. And title name of "Only in Mongolia" became a popular quote in everyday life of Mongolia. They participated in Mongolian National TV's New Year's program "Tsenkher Delgets".

Members

Discography

  • Эрин зууны хөг (The Sound of the Century 1997)
  • Best of Haranga (1997)
  • Бодлын тэнгис (Bodlyn Tengis, The Ocean of Thought, Unplugged, 2000)
  • Ертөнцийн өнгө (Color of the World, 2003)
  • Special Edition Gold (2007)

References

  1. ^ World Music 2000, ISBN 1-85828-636-0 p. 197
  2. ^ /1989 - to present/International Cultural Exchange Society | ICES

External links

  • Haranga music samples
  • Mongolia Sings its Own Song


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