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Kongar-ol Ondar (1962–2013)

Kongar-ol Ondar was born in 1962 in Iyme, Tuva Republic, Russian SFSR, USSR. He died on July 25, 2013 in Kyzyl, Tyva, Russia. See full bio »

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(age 51) in Kyzyl, Tyva, Russia

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Known For

End of Days Soundtrack
(1999)
Coil Soundtrack
(2001)
The Terms Music Department
(2000)

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 2002 The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest (writer: "Ondar's Medley")
 2001 Coil (writer: "Kargyraa Rap")
 1999 End of Days (writer: "Little Yurt on the Prairie")
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 1999 Genghis Blues (Documentary)
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 2000 The Terms (Short) (musician)
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 2002 Live at the Quick (Video documentary)
Himself - Tuvan throat singer (as Ondar)
 1999 Genghis Blues (Documentary)
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Alternate Names:

Ondar
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He performed throughout Europe and the United States, including the Kennedy Center in Washington DC and the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. He also appeared or recorded with Frank Zappa, Willie Nelson, and banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck. See more »

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