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Album 2005 - (guttural singing) - Orkhonbaatar Chinbat, Gereltsogt Jamba, Ganburged Bukhchuluun, Dorjnyam Shinetsog-Gyeni, Duuren Uuriintuya

The performance of overtone singing usually takes place at social events such as eating or drinking parties.

The Mongols call their overtone singing höömij (= throat, pharynx). The singer creates a constant pitched fundamental considered as a drone, and at the same time modulates the selected overtones to create a formantic melody from harmonics

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