a common space & database for harmonic overtones
Jens Mügge: Klangmeditationen / Sound Meditations Artwork by Claudia Dose
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We're running a special deal on our available recordings: Get 3 CDs (High Quality Digital Downloads) of The Power of Sound Vol. 1, Skysong Sampler and Big Sky’s Standing on this Earth for only $25!
Nice little deal for our new fans!
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I have been trying to promote the Mongolian art of throat singing here in Holland for the past few years. Now it is time to come with my first CD with the main focus on Mongolian throat singing!
Most of the songs are sung in Dutch language, telling stories about family, nature, love and memories. The cd is named "Herinnering" ("Memory", "Дурсамж").
You can listen to the full album on my…
Added by Rowan Lee Hartsuiker on October 15, 2011 at 5:41pm — No Comments
Please go to my website to listen to the CD SHAMAN VOICE
If you like to order it, please do so. I will send it to you!
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Two people from different cities met in the summer of 2010 – Svetlana Sukhanova, a Krasnoyarsk pianist, and a jew's harp player from Irkutsk – Vladimir Markov. The jew's harp and the piano are very different-sounding instruments, but in the difference is hidden not only a certain difficulty for the performers, but also…Continue
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Dear overtone singers,
my new book 'Pieces for polyphonic overtone singing' is now available. It contains 25 pieces for female singers and 25 pieces for male singers, including many folk song arrangements, some original compositions and even a polyphonic overtone-fugue. It is recommended for all singers who…Continue
Click the title to see the full presentation! (23 slides)
The ancient Greeks had a…Continue
Added by Skye Løfvander on October 23, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
The site admin suggested I post this here, as I have in the Facebook group 'Overtone Singers Unite'. BTW, if you haven't already become a member of that group, I recommend it.
The subject of this blog is collaboration online. With overtones of course. The site I use is kompoz.com
You can find almost anything here in terms of style. There are some quite accomplished producers, engineers, composers, etc. here, so don't worry about the quality. Of course, there are some wash outs, but…
Added by kiva simova on July 6, 2012 at 9:17pm — No Comments
a documentary-film by…Continue
Please check out my new book, the complete guide to polyphonic overtone singing: www.traumzeit-verlag.de/stuarthinds…Continue
This is a text I wrote in the aftermath of the alumni meeting of Wolfgang Saus intensive overtone workshop participants; not a sophisticated theory but just some thoughts scrambled together to stimulate a conversation. Originally written in german and only for the alumni group, this is a translation I did due to interest from non-german-speakers. I omitted some passages of the german version and surely made mistakes.
Some aesthetic considerations related to overtone singing
Hi Everyone Hola a Tod@s
My book is aimed at absolute beginners, with simple and clear exercises which are explained in the text, each exercise is sung on the CD in the note of C - DO to make things easy
El libro está diseñado para principiantes, con explicaciones muy claras y una pista en el CD para cada ejercicio en la nota DO.
The link to buy my book is below the image: …Continue
Hier ein Text den ich im Nachklang zum Alumni-Treffen von Wolfgang Saus Obertonschülern geschrieben habe; eher einige Gedanken zur Anregung eines Gesprächs und keine ausgefeilte Positionierung:
Einige musikästhetische Überlegungen in Bezug zum Obertongesang
Obertöne zu hören bedeutet eine Sensibilisierung der Wahrnehmung; wo vorher ein Ganzes, eine einzige geschlossene Gestalt war - der Ton - entdeckt man als Obertonanfänger nach einer Weile des Hinhörens eine Fülle von…Continue
Liebe Freunde im Klang,…
Added by Christian Bollmann on April 2, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Three years ago a group of harmonic singers and musicians opend up what has become an insider place for silent sounds: Klangkeller-Bern you name it sound cellar! Thus, whenever you get to Bern it is a must to visit. Just have a glimpse to our homepage http://www.klangkeller-bern.ch
Here just a brief look into one of the many clips on Youtube, just go for…Continue
I`m happy to present new songs with Hang, Sitarre, Kotamo, Hapi, Udu, Percussion - combined with overtone singing and own voice.
Some short examples to…Continue
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