- Altyn Tan Tayas:
voice, topchyl-khomys (lute), khobyrakh (flute)
- Tülber Pögechi:
voice, aghas-khomys (lute)
- Albychak Sayn:
voice (khai in kharygha style), yykh (fiddle)
- Aycharkh Sayn:
voice (khai in küülîp, kharygha and syghyrtyp style), chatkhan (wooden box zither), aghas-khomys (lute), yykh (fiddle)
- Lunic Ivanday:
voice (khai in kharygha style), syylas (flute), pyrghy (wooden trumpet), timîr-khomys (jew‘s harp), tüür (frame drum, shaman's drum)
- Mirgen Irgit:
voice (khai in küülîp style), khobyrakh (flute), khongyros (leather rattle), sang (hand bell) khazykhtar (knucklebone rattle)
- Produced by Urs-Albert "Face Music"
- Recorded & mixed by Fizzè at Studio Mensch, CH-9476 Weite SG - April 2013
- Mastered by Hansjürg Meier, Tonspur AG - October 2013
- Cover front: photo from Mirgen Irgit pogho*; cover back: Anna Sarlina in Arshan aal, Altay aimaghy and other photos by Albi
- Art concept & layout by Albi
* Women wear a pogho, a female breast ornament, and how they live is explained in one specific tale, where the rules are described in ornamental form.
The poghos build a bridge between generations and act at the same time as a spiritual protective shield.
Many thanks to Liesbet Nyssen and the members from the Ensemble with the texts
and Hermelinde Steiner for helping with the translation.
Many thanks for the good soul by Rolf Zimmermann for his kindly help.