Music

A Selection of Songs From Two Albums by The Tibet Patient

A Selection of Songs From Two Albums by The Tibet Patient

0 by / on 22/01/2020, 16:52 / in Latest, Music, Music from Tibet

High Peaks Pure Earth presents English translations of selected songs by Tibetan music duo called “The Tibet Patient” (བོད་ཀྱི་ནད་པ།). The Tibet Patient are two friends Jigshed Kyab and Pema Dorje from Amdo who met at university. This post follows on from the interview we translated with them and posted online last month.

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Interview with Music Duo The Tibet Patient: We Are All Patients in Between Dreams and Reality

Interview with Music Duo The Tibet Patient: We Are All Patients in Between Dreams and Reality

0 by / on 12/12/2019, 14:40 / in Interview, Latest, Music

High Peaks Pure Earth presents the English translation of an interview with Tibetan music duo who call themselves The Tibet Patient. The interview was originally published online at this URL last year but is no longer online.

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Music Video: “Red-faced Tibetans” By Gyaltsen (Jason J)

Music Video: “Red-faced Tibetans” By Gyaltsen (Jason J)

0 by / on 08/11/2018, 19:22 / in Music, Music from Tibet

High Peaks Pure Earth presents the English translation of a song from Tibet by Gyaltsen (Jason J) called “Red-Faced Tibetans” which came out in October 2017.

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Music Video: “City” By Lobsang Nyima

Music Video: “City” By Lobsang Nyima

0 by / on 16/08/2018, 14:48 / in Music, Music from Tibet

High Peaks Pure Earth presents the music video “City” by Lobsang Nyima which came out in January 2018. 

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Two Music Videos by ANU: “Leaving Home” and ANUism”

Two Music Videos by ANU: “Leaving Home” and ANUism”

0 by / on 01/08/2018, 17:00 / in Music, Music from Tibet

Going further into the back catalogue of songs by popular Tibetan duo ANU, High Peaks Pure Earth presents two videos from their debut “ANUism” EP which was released in July 2016. 

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Two Music Videos by Uncle Buddhist: “Do Whatever You Want (Phantoms of Youth)” and “Tsampa”

Two Music Videos by Uncle Buddhist: “Do Whatever You Want (Phantoms of Youth)” and “Tsampa”

0 by / on 29/06/2018, 17:30 / in Music, Music from Tibet

High Peaks Pure Earth presents two English-subtitled music videos byTibetan artist Uncle Buddhist(name: Lhundrub Gyatso) called “Do Whatever You Want” and “Tsampa”.

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Music Video: “1376” By ANU featuring TMJ, Dekyi Tsering, Tashi Phuntsok, Uncle Buddhist and Young13DBaby

Music Video: “1376” By ANU featuring TMJ, Dekyi Tsering, Tashi Phuntsok, Uncle Buddhist and Young13DBaby

2 by / on 16/05/2018, 21:37 / in Music, Music from Tibet

High Peaks Pure Earth presents the English-subtitled music video to “1376” by ANU which features both established and new singers and rappers from all over Tibet, TMJ, Dekyi Tsering, Tashi Phuntsok, Uncle Buddhist and Young13DBaby.

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Music Video: “It’s All A Game” By ANU

Music Video: “It’s All A Game” By ANU

0 by / on 30/03/2018, 10:43 / in Music, Music from Tibet

High Peaks Pure Earth presents the English-subtitled music video to “It’s All A Game” by ANU, translated by Bhuchung D. Sonam.

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Tibet’s Youngest Principal Cellist on Her 20 Year Long Musical Journey

Tibet’s Youngest Principal Cellist on Her 20 Year Long Musical Journey

1 by / on 07/12/2017, 17:14 / in Comment, Interview, Music, Music, People

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a profile of professional Tibetan cellist Dolma Tsering from Shigatse. The profile was published on WeChat on August 7, 2017 but has since been deleted. The piece can still be found online such as on this website, from which the accompanying images were extracted.

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Guest Post and Music Video About Tibetan Nomads

Guest Post and Music Video About Tibetan Nomads

0 by / on 27/09/2017, 12:48 / in Comment, Guest Post, Music, Music from Tibet

High Peaks Pure Earth presents a guest post by Tenzin Choekyi. Tenzin Choekyi is an environmental science and policy graduate. She has previously worked as interpreter, translator for Restored Voice Project, a non-fiction book project about exiled Tibetan nuns. 

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