Overtone Music Network

a common space & database for harmonic overtones

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About OMN

Overtone Music Network is a free multifunctional portal and platform for overtone music and for all who enjoy this kind of overtone music. It is for all who are interested in the magic of harmonic, diphonic and overtone music. If you are a member of this network you can improve your contacts to overtone musicians worldwide. As an overtone musician you can share your ideas and conceptions about overtone and harmonic music. If you like this kind of music which contains elements of instruments with a high content of overtones like a didgeridoo, gong, jew's harp, singing-bowl, tambura or other instruments and as well overtone singing, harmonic chant or throat singing getting closer and get in contact with Overtone Music Network. Sign up free and get an own page at this network. Continue


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Translating the Overtone Reality

Posted by Skye Løfvander on March 17, 2021 at 1:50pm

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Forum

searching for overtone singers in Frankfurt am Main & Offenbach

Hi, I am looking for overtone singers, in Frankfurt am Main & Offenbach, for a weekly wednesday Overtone-Jamsession-meeting! If interested pls. write to Norbert.Esch@t-online.de Some examples what we do, can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6dW-q0sIq0Continue

Started by Norbert Esch in Musicians & Bands Jul 25, 2018.

Learn to play overtone flutes Fujara and Koncovka in America

You have seen fujara pictures, you’ve heard it’s voice, maybe you even have a fujara or koncovka already at home, now is the time you find out that you could have the tremendous experience to play it yourselves! Fujara is an amazing music instrument that is easy to play (shepherds without any music education could play it). It has only three side holes, while the other Slovak instrument, the koncovka, has no side holes at all. Still, you might be surprised how many melodies and improvisations…Continue

Started by Bob Rychlik in Instruments Jan 11, 2018.

 
 
 

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