Teve Xaya

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Тывалап бижээни

Теве-Хая

Тараан тараа ногаа чимис

Дазыр шөлдер сыңмас турар ой-ой

Таң?ы ышкаш хевир сынныг

Даглар ужу Теве-Хаям ой-ой


Узун делгем чадаананың

Ужу кирген каас чараш ой-ой

Уулзалыг хевис ышкаш

Узун баткан Теве-Хаям ой-ой


Чергелешкен даглар ужу

Черим-чуртум Теве-Хаям ой-ой

Оораш кезек даглар ужу

Онза чараш Теве-Хаям ой-ой

Transliteration

Teve-Xaya

Taraan taraa, nogaa čimis

Dazïr šölder sïŋmas turar oy-oy

? ïškaš xevir sïnnïg

Daglar užu Teve-Xayam oy-oy


Uzun delgem čadaananïŋ

Užu kirgen kaas čaraš oy-oy

Uulzalïg xevis ïškaš

Uzun batkan Teve-Xayam oy-oy


Čergelešken daglar užu

Čerim-čurtum Teve-Xayam oy-oy

Ooraš kezek daglar užu

Onza čaraš Teve-Xayam oy-oy

Translation

Camel Rock

Sown grain and green fruit

Do not fit in the bare plains

O my Camel-Rock, mountain peaks

With ridges shaped like ?


O splendid beauty, falling down

Of the long, vast Chadaana River

O my Camel-Rock, plunging down

Like a patterned carpet


O my Camel-Rock, my place and home

Mountain peaks that run parallel

O my Camel-Rock, so beautiful

Mountain peaks with saddle mountains

References

  • Nadezhda Kuular & The Tuvan State Ensemble. “Teve Khaya” (Track 17). Tuva : Echoes from the Spirit World. CD. PAN Records: 1992.
  • Nadezhda Kuular & The Tuvan State Ensemble. “Teve Haia” (Track 12). Deep in the Heart of Tuva. Cowboy Music from the Wild East. CD. Ellipsis Arts: 1996.
  • Chirgilchin. “Teve Khaya (Camel Rock)” (Track 15). The Wolf and the Kid. CD. Shanachie: 1996.
  • Yat-Kha. “Teve Khaya” (Track 8). Bootleg. Yat-Kha in Europe Live 2001. CD. Yat-Kha: 2002.
  • Yat-Kha. “Teve Khaia” (Track 12). Tuva.Rock. CD. Yat-Kha: 2003.
  • Ene-Say. “Teve Xaya” (Track 17). Kyzyl-Moscow II : festival of Tuva music in Moscow. CD. Sketis Music: 2006.