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Robin Öberg
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About me:
I'm not really into New Age humflum, but I like playing the didgeridoo at solstices or during Full Moons. Otherwise I'm just in front of the computer watching anime.
Instruments:
Didgeridoo
Influences:
Huun-Huur-Tu, Tyva Kyzy, Theodore Levin

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At 4:48pm on February 17, 2010, Skye Løfvander said…
Der er her på OMN oprettet et Nordisk Forum under 'Groups'
Her er intro-teksten:
Med syngende vingefjer og skrigende halse flyver fem svaner (+ Åland, Grønland & Færøerne) på opdagelse i overtoners univers. Sigtet er det samme som det overordnede netværk men sproget skandinavisk og fokus på nordiske temaer og begivenheder.
At 5:17pm on August 3, 2009, Jens Mügge said…
Hello Robin,
welcome on OMN! Sorry for my late welcome - but I was and I am on a vacation. If you have any questions how you can use all features of this network you can check out the FAQ. Here you will find all administrative announcements and if you have any issues you can send the admin team a report via this form.
Enjoy!
At 4:27pm on July 30, 2009, Iver Livendahl said…
Robin, now I have read your paper. It is a great piece of work, serious and with humor. I sincerely hope that you can make more elaborated field studies in the futur. You have the skill and the personal capacity. Only a little question on something that I haven't understand. On page 14 in the middle :"The highest peak in the middle of the melody, represented by the lowest (!) overtone..."
How can the tuvans depict a mountain top with a low tone. Depicting the landscape in music from left to right seems natural. In cultures where the alphabet is written from right to the left it could be the other way around.

Best regards
Iver
At 4:33pm on July 29, 2009, Iver Livendahl said…
Hi again,
I,m still on vacation. Today after having mowed the lawn and read a chapitre in "Zens tre pelare" I play Bach on piano. Tonight, perhaps, I'll go to the new tunnel under the motorway. The echo there is very good for overtone singing.

Regards Ïver
At 1:18pm on July 29, 2009, Iver Livendahl said…
Hi Robin,
feel yourself comfortable on this wast overtone site. It was some time since we met. Did you write a paper about overtone singing?

Best regards
Iver
 
 
 

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