a common space & database for harmonic overtones
The wunderful Swedish folk song “Ack, Värmeland, du sköna” in a set for overtone singing with changing fundamentals incl accompaniment chords. Anybody who tries it. The premiere was in Sweden last week together with Anna-Maria Hefele.…
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All fans and supporters of innovative overtone singing- ALERT- This is the final day of the campaign for my CD- The Quality of Light. Please take your opportunity to be a part of this project. The campaign expires at 12:00 noon on Thursday, August 22. Please make a pledge to collect your rewards.…Continue
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
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…
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Please check out my new book, the complete guide to polyphonic overtone singing: www.traumzeit-verlag.de/stuarthinds…Continue
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
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
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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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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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Footprints in Mongolia; Project and documentary-film about traditional Mongolian vocal music
"Mongol Khoomii" (монгол хоомий, throat- or overtone singing) is a traditional vocal art from west-Mongolia. It is also a cultural heritage in need of protection (UNESCO 2010). In an expedition we…
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