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Oleg Kuular was the first tuvan musician to perform throat singing in the United States. He was born in Iskra village in 1958. He learned to throat-sing from the grand master Kara-sai Ak-ool and was one of this best students. He has been a member of Shu-De, in which, besides singing, he played harp, igil and khomous.
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