Overtone Music Network

a common space & database for harmonic overtones

Connections (31)

Priska van den Heuvel

Thal, Switzerland

Norbert Maria Brauer

Meinheim, Franken (Franconia),…

Claudia Bergomi

Bern, Biel/Bienne, Lugano,…

Heidi Lieser

Alsdorf, Germany

Thomas Meisenheimer

Wiesbaden, Germany

Daniel Backes

Duesseldorf, Germany

Johannes Lind

European Union

Carsten Weidmann

Gießen, Germany

The Gongman

Midi Pyrenees, France

Eldor

Bad Harzburg, Niedersachsen, Germany

European Overtone Choir

Europe, European Union

Jonas Nondorf

Gelsenkirchen, NRW, Germany

Minghao Xu

Cornimont, France

Barbara Lübben

Emden, Germany

Roderick Zeig

Zürich, Switzerland

MarTON

Switzerland

Detlef Sellenriek

Preußisch Oldendorf, Germany

Stuart Hinds

Lubbock, TX, United States

Ralf Malzkorn

Aldenhoven (near Aachen), Germany

Gisbert Schürig

Berlin, Germany

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Documentary about Overtone Singing now on Youtube

Greetings overtone singers and overtone enthusiasts! I just made my documentary "Space Sound Voice" on overtone singing available for free on youtube.My first production - a documentary about overtone singing - was published in 2010. Now after 10…See More
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Michael Crofoot left a comment for 'Jens Mügge'
"Well say there Jens-- like too share a bit about this Festival of Throat Singing in San Francisco in 2022. Three day festival and a five day culture camp in yurts. Teaching workshops for throat singing happening continuously. Want you to know that I…"
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