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A Mongolian tune sung 3 times in one breath

Tran Quang Hai tried to sing a Mongolian tune 3 times in one breath with overtones .

Filmed at the Musée de l'Homme, 22 January 2009.

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Comment by Agnes ,Maria on February 10, 2009 at 11:51pm
Dear Mr. Tran Quang Hai,

I am no musician, but I love some kinds of overtonesinging. I like purism. I am impressed of your singing. Only one breath!!!! In other cases I like overtonesinging in churches only with the"shrutibox"
or solo. Mostley singing or electric instruments do not fit and make the intense of overtone
destroyed.

Have a good healthy time, Agnes
Comment by Tran Quang Hai on February 11, 2009 at 6:13am
Dear Agnes,
Thank you for your comment. I have trained for many years to increase my breath power . You can go to my video section on this network to watch other video clips .
Hope to see you back more often
Best,
Tran Quang Hai
Comment by Filip Rydlo on February 23, 2009 at 4:57pm
Impressive! I like this video.

(my personal record is only 54 seconds of overtoning on one breath).
Comment by Tran Quang Hai on February 23, 2009 at 5:32pm
Thank you for your comment and visit. I hope that you will improve your breath the next time . My personal record in one breath is 75 seconds. One day I can show it on overtone-network .
Best,
Tran Quang Hai
Comment by Jens Mügge on February 24, 2009 at 3:10pm
Hi - interesting to read the comments here. If I am well informed then is our fellow Dean Frenkel owner of the Guinness world record for the longest continuous vocal note ... yours, Tran Quang Hai is then longer. I can sing higher pitches just only 25 until 30 sec. and deeper pitches a little bit longer. I will see if I can restore my lungs since now I am not smoking anymore ... Maybe, Tran Quang Hai you will give me some tips if you are in Berlin.
Comment by Tran Quang Hai on February 24, 2009 at 4:20pm
Hi Jens,
I am quite sure that you will improve your breath later . I have still smoked and my breath is still long .
The long breath can be obtained if you get the right technique . I 'll show you how to do in Berlin.
Best,

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