Mongolian Song

/>For those who are fans of world music, cowboy songs and just plain well-told stories, this href="http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5028282">really cool little piece coming from the NPR
archives is a real listening pleasure. The story examines a group of Mongolian herdsmen who traveled all the way to
Elko, NV, to hang out with some bona-fide American cowboys (albeit singing cowboys) and the two form a kind of bonding
experience about music and life on the range. And then as you’ll hear in this story, the cowboys meander to href="http://www.ulanbatorband.com/">Ulan Bator in Mongolia for some cultural exchange and an immersion into
Mongolian song.

The piece is Narrated by Hal Cannon, and transports you for a brief moment from behind your
desk into another space where the binding qualities of music and the carefree life of a cowboy are rendered wonderfully
in a Mongolian version of John Denver’s Country Road.