Overtone Music Network

a common space & database for harmonic overtones

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Overtone Music Network is a free multifunctional portal and platform for overtone music and for all who enjoy this kind of overtone music. It is for all who are interested in the magic of harmonic, diphonic and overtone music. If you are a member of this network you can improve your contacts to overtone musicians worldwide. As an overtone musician you can share your ideas and conceptions about overtone and harmonic music. If you like this kind of music which contains elements of instruments with a high content of overtones like a didgeridoo, gong, jew's harp, singing-bowl, tambura or other instruments and as well overtone singing, harmonic chant or throat singing getting closer and get in contact with Overtone Music Network. Sign up free and get an own page at this network. Continue


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Heading to Mongolia and looking for teachers 3 Replies

Hi there. I'll be heading to Ulaanbaatar in August of this year (2017). I have two main objectives I'd like to fulfill while I'm there.One is that I want to purchase a Morin Khuur and take lessons to start playing. So I'm curious about where I could go to do that. To find a traditional maker. Two is to find a teacher who could share and expand my vocal experience with throat singing.Any suggestions or guidance would be much appreciated.Continue

Started by Daniel Shaw in Pinboard. Last reply by Bernhard Mikuskovics Mar 14.

Fujara flutes. Need help finding a reliable resource 3 Replies

Hey friends. I'm on the search for a fujara flute. I'm curious about where to get one as I reside in Canada. With some searches online I found some sites that sell them but I don't know what the range of quality is and who to rely on. Do I pay for a lower priced one on ebay or pay a manufacturer top dollars.Overall I would like some suggestions and guidance on resources and levels of quality.I would almost rather buy a used flute then a brand new peiceThanks for your helpContinue

Started by Daniel Shaw in Instruments. Last reply by Bernhard Mikuskovics Mar 14.

 
 
 

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Ruth Bartal is now a member of OMN ...

Welcome Ruth Bartal!
yesterday
Bernhard Mikuskovics posted a photo

Khomus & Maultrommel

From left to right: Ivan Alexeev (President of the International Khomus Centre, Sakha Republic),…
Monday
Bernhard Mikuskovics updated their profile
Mar 16
Giovanni Bortoluzzi posted a video

Giovanni Bortoluzzi - Bawu flute, Fujara, Overtone Flute, Xöömei (Tuvan throat singing), trunfa.

various solos with: -Bawu Flute in F# -Fujara in A -Tuvan throat singing (xöömei, sygyt) -Overtone flute in F# -Trunfa in F# (sardinian Jew's harp)
Mar 15
Giovanni Bortoluzzi updated their profile
Mar 15
Bernhard Mikuskovics replied to the discussion 'Fujara flutes. Need help finding a reliable resource'
"Hi Daniel, Bob Rychlik plays fujara flutes by Slovak master fujara craftsman Dusan Holik:…"
Mar 14
Bernhard Mikuskovics replied to the discussion 'Heading to Mongolia and looking for teachers'
"Hi Daniel, many greetings to Munkh Ulzii if You meet him in Ulanbaatar. Another great contact here…"
Mar 14
Daniel Shaw replied to the discussion 'Heading to Mongolia and looking for teachers'
"Dude! Your awesome. Thanks a bunch. I'll let him know you connect us :)"
Mar 14

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