Dear Alexander how are you? I wrote you a couple of days ago about our festival and wondering if you may find interest in this . Anyway I'd like to be in contact since I am a throat singer too, if I can call myself :) I am sending you link to little piece I have recorded a couple of days ago of Kirgira singing well, I'd like to hear from you
Hi Alexander my name is Yoram Sivan and I am a Didgeridoo maker, player and teacher. I run a Didgeridoo center that promotes and developes the scene and knowledge around this instrument in my country. I also sing ovetones for many years. This summer , on September 5-7 will take place the 9th Didgeridoo and overtones festival which I am the organizer and Artistic manager of. I came across your videos and was knocked down :) . . never heard any westerner who throat sings so well as you do. We had guests already as Hosoo from TransMongolia and overtone singers as Wolfgang Saus from Germany. So I am starting this connection with you to see if you would like to be our guest and anyway, myself I am a Kirgira lover (I sing it at least half of my waking hours :) ).. so , I am looking forward to hear from you, please visit my/our pages: www.didgim.comwww.yoramsivan.comwww.israeldidjfestival.com
Best regards, Yoram
"Freude schöner Götterfunken" (Ode to Joy) in overtone singing style by Wolfgang Saus.
More information: http://www.oberton.org
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