a common space for harmonic overtones
Here is an interesting article by Oorzhak Khunashtaar-ool from 1993 about his lifelong khoomei singing, and how it must be properly taught to the young to preserve correct technique and tradition.
Even back in 1993, he laments the introduction of pop music influences into khoomei.
Also, note the suggestion that a young female group should form, the daughters of Tuva, which came true with 'Tuva Kyzy'.
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LinkedIn is a powerful network for professionals to broaden their opportunities and horizons. To date there has been no similar group present there, until now. If you do not already have a profile at LinkedIn, I highly recommend that you set one up.
Description of group:
This group is for professional overtone singers, throat singers, healing voice practitioners, and teachers of such disciplines, including composers and choir directors working with overtones. This means…
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My new online overtone singing course is now up and running. It's been a lot of work putting it together!
There are 3 levels- beginner, intermediate, advanced.
-12 video lessons, detailed manuals, mp3s of exercises in all ranges, special notation, specific songs for overtone choir, polyphonic movement, harmonic yodeling, improvisational elements...
Private lessons on Skype are also an option. They are limited to my availability, so…Continue
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