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September 2009 Blog News (4)

OUR CD IS NOW ALSO AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET

unsere neue cd "zauberton" ist ab sofort per email an zauberton@hotmail.com um 15 euro (zuzüglich Postgebühren) bestellbar.

die cd präsentatation in der otto-wagner-kirche steinhof in wien ist vor mehr als 250 leuten über die bühne gegangen. wir schweben noch auf einer rosa wolke...

schließen sie die augen und lassen sie sich von den hörbeispielen der cd verzaubern!



our brand new cd "zauberton" is now available for 15 euros (plus transport costs). please contact us… Continue

Added by Julia Renöckl on September 27, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

The Pure Nature of Music in Bad Essen



There are not so many Overtone Festivals in Europe. You can listen in Prague (Czech), Lund (Sweden), Schwaz (Austria), Dresden (Germany) and - in Barkhausen (Germany) - one day long various artists how they are singing overtones, harmonics and diphonic music. This year the event in Schwaz was cancelled. More than this the festival day in Barkhausen was very sucessful. Where is Barkhausen? It's in a beautiful landscape - the first mountain, if you…
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Added by Jens Mügge on September 22, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

On OMN - September News

Overtone Music Network September News

Hi there,

is it true that one month is elapsed? Time is running fast - hope you are well!



It's time to write you a new broadcast message: What's going on in our small overtone family? Well, Marco and Lorenzo from Italy are working for the Tune The World Event…
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Added by Jens Mügge on September 10, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

CD Release: "LOOPING jaw harp orchestra – Elephant Road"

All but toothless

A virtual jaw harp orchestra challenges the dominance of guitars. Here's to musical diversity!



Starting from the city jungle of Vienna, the LOOPING jaw harp orchestra has set out to discover unexplored musical regions. Elephant Road, off the beaten track, directly leads to the habitats of rare musical instruments. Three dozen of jaw harps and percussion are a good substrate on which steel pans, saxophones, marimba, trumpets… Continue

Added by LOOPING jaw harp orchestra on September 3, 2009 at 12:36pm — 1 Comment

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