This arrangement is based on a song called Durvun Tsagiin Tal (Four Seasons of the Steppe).
COMPOSER : Mongolian Folk Tune: Durvun Tsagiin Tal – Four Seasons of the Steppe ARRANGER : Judith Hayes
This arrangement is based on a song called Durvun Tsagiin Tal (Four Seasons of the Steppe). If you visit Mongolia, you will hear it just about everywhere... and in many styles, from traditional ballads, easy listening and pop, to the astonishing traditional Mongolian Khöömii (or throat singing)... and you may even encounter a disco trance version. The Mongolians regard it as their National Song, celebrating the rolling grassland, or Steppe, which covers nearly the whole of this huge country. Durvun Tsagiin Tal
Like a lover looking at me Smiling at me with flowers Beautiful greenery all over This is my fresh spring steppe.
Like a beautiful love song Which quietens your mind Rolling for a hundred miles This is my summer steppe.
Throwing beautiful sunrays Into all eight directions Swaying wheat from side to side This is my golden autumn steppe.
Like an untouched pure soul Snow fields covering the distance Freezing its own energy This is my winter steppe.