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Featured Blog News – May 2011 Archive (3)

At the Scandinavian Overtone Festival in March 2011

I was in sweden!! and it was amazing. thank you gösta peterson for inviting me to the scandinavian overtone festival this march and for playing the accordeon at night.

I had a great time. It was super to sing in concert together with other overtone-singers and musicians, to give workshops for women and get to know lovely people from all over the world.

Thank you Inga for staying in your house. I really felt at home.

Thanks for all those who gave me such a nice feedback. I will… Continue

Added by Julia Renöckl on May 16, 2011 at 11:16pm — No Comments

Overtone Choir music

There is not a lot of notated overtone music out there, particularly for choirs. And even less so when it comes to polyphonic singing.



In the earliest days of the appearance of composed western overtone music, there was Folke Rabe and Stockhausen.



Later on, Sarah Hopkins (Australia) created 'Past Life Melodies', which became internationally known and performed by many choirs around the world. Many such choirs were not overtone choirs, per se, but her piece did not require… Continue

Added by kiva simova on May 11, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Take Me As I Am

 

Die vorliegende Aufnahme entstand am 24. Juli 2010 beim Konzert in der

Kulturkirche St. Johannes in Hamburg, der Introitus am 5. Juni beim Konzert

in der Basilika des Mutterhauses der Franziskanerinnen in Olpe.

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Added by Christian Bollmann on May 9, 2011 at 7:00am — 2 Comments

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