Skip to main content. Tengir-Too: Mountain music of Kyrgyzstan. Tengir-Too is a new ensemble that plays old music. Kyrgyz music is rooted in the sensibility of nomads who inhabit a spectacular landscape of mountains, lakes, and pristine grasslands where the elemental energies of wind, water, and echo, the ubiquity of birds and animals, and the legendary feats of heroes have inspired a remarkable art and technology of sound-making. During the Soviet era, however, much of this music was lost or adapted to European musical ideals. Orchestras of reconstructed folk instruments replaced solo performers, and the introduction of music notation undermined orality, with its deep-rooted tradition of transmission from master to disciple.
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The track was released for digital download and streaming on 4 August as the album's lead single. It was released to contemporary hit radio stations in the United States on 23 August and three days later in the United Kingdom. Its lyrics were inspired by a monologue spoken by the character Amy Elliott-Dunne in the film Gone Girl. According to Lo, the lyrics are about the games people play in a relationship because they are scared to be vulnerable. Critics had diverse opinions about the track's meanings, with some of them noting its themes of casual relationships.
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