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Nestor Kornblum's Overtone Instruction Guide "Overtone Chant-the Practical Guide" Book with CD

 

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:      …

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Added by Nestor Kornblum on April 22, 2012 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

OvertoneHarp / ObertonHarfe

Okay Folks – a new project is finished!

 

Recently one of my customers asked me to build a monochord for her that should be not as large as the „normal“ monochords which you can buy at the shops in order to be able to easily travel with.

 

And here it is!

 

Below are stages of the…

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Added by Bernhard Mikuskovics on August 11, 2011 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

New Album "ATLAN" Review by Thom Jones

A Review of "ATLAN" by Thomas Jones

A secret truth revealed: Beauty and the Beast are the same

thing. Soriah’s chimera fusion with Ashkelon Sain has

produced a sprawling entity, darkly cloaked in groaning

atmospheres, yet emanating an ascending light of inestimable

beauty. Atlan is a deeply organic experience. Crisp hand

percussion palpitates rising drones in a cellular blood-rush

of life. Long, open expanses of slowly shifting tones hang

like low clouds… Continue

Added by SoRIAH on October 18, 2009 at 1:20am — No Comments

Nathalie Henrich, John Smith and Joe Wolfe: Harmonic singing (or overtone singing) vs normal singing

Harmonic singing (or overtone singing) vs normal singing



Harmonic singing shares techniques with diphonic singing, overtone singing, xoomi singing, sygyt singing, throat singing, Tuva singing etc. We explain some of the acoustics of this style of singing in terms of the measured acoustical response of the vocal tract. In this technique, the singer emphasises one high harmonic of the voice to such an extent that it is heard separately from the low pitched note being sung. Different… Continue

Added by Tran Quang Hai on April 11, 2008 at 8:00am — No Comments

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