- Radik Tülüsh (2-string igil fiddle, 4-string byzaanchy fiddle, e)
- Radik Tulush (shoor end-blown flute, doshpuluur 3-string lute)
- country:Russian Federation
- instrumentation:vocal, a cappella, string, woodwind, unplugged, lute
- artist submitted by:
WOMEX 13 Official Showcase Selection
Radik Tulush is a Tuvan throat-singer and master musician. He is also a celebrated improviser on the horse-head igil and byzaanchy fiddles, shoor end-blown pipe, doshpuluur lute, and Khomys jaw's harp. He has been a Director of the Tyvan National Orchestra and a member of the pioneering Tyvan rock group, Yat-Kha, that toured extensivesly internationally and received the BBC Radio 3 World Music Award in 2001. Since 2006, he has been a member of the world famous Tyvan group Huun-Huur-Tu. As a solo performer, he has made two solo CDs and is currently working with The Goshawk Project with Carole Pegg & Richard Partridge in Cambridge, UK.