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Johanni Curtet
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  • Rennes (or in Mongolia)
  • France
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  • Iannis Psallidakos
  • Patrick Housby
  • Bernhard Mikuskovics
  • Jean Michel Vincent
  • Nicolas Lespinasse
  • Mongolian Music Blog
  • Rowan Lee Hartsuiker
  • Bernard Kleikamp
  • Gérard
  • Tran Quang Hai
  • Steve Sklar
  • Michael Ormiston
  • Jens Mügge
  • Baird Hersey
 

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1 week khöömii workshop in France! at Conservatoire

March 11, 2019 to March 15, 2019
5 days and 25 hours workshop with Johanni Curtet in Aubagne (near Marseille)English:Goal:Did you know that everyone can release multiple sounds with one voice? A khöömiich (Mongolian throat singer) can, by himself or herself, emit a vocal drone and simultaneously perform a melody of harmonics surrounded by various resonances. This acrobatics of the voice seems virtuoso, but it is accessible to all if we are given the keys. Anyone can be introduced to khöömii.General content:Theoretical elements…See More
Sep 13
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Aug 13
Julia Renöckl commented on the blog post 'The film Journey in Diphonia is complete ! / Le film "Voyage en Diphonie" est terminé !'
"coucou johanni! félécitations!!! où est-ce que je peux acheter le dvd pour le montrer en autriche? mes amitiés julia"
Apr 2
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Apr 2
Johanni Curtet posted a blog post

The film Journey in Diphonia is complete ! / Le film "Voyage en Diphonie" est terminé !

Dear friends, we are pleased to announce that after 3 years of writing, filming and editing, the documentary on the first anthology of Mongolian khöömii is now complete. The French version of the DVD pressing started and it will be available by the end of April. The English and Mongolian versions of the film will…See More
Apr 2
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Meïkhâneh - Uulyn nulims

Captation du concert de Meïkhanêh à l'atelier d'Aran le 26 mai 2017. A écouter avec un casque en son binaural. http://mmesmsieurs.free.fr/ http://www.meikhan...
Feb 7
Johanni Curtet posted a blog post

Crowdfunding of the film "Journey In Diphonia" - Phase 4 (last one!)

After five months of passionate work, the film editing is now over. The film of 70' is currently under sound mixing at our partner and new co-producer Henri Puizilllout, in the studio of post production "L'oreille du chat". Another good news, Annie Serres of A Propos Production, who wished to accompany us in recent months has received a grant from the SACEM. We now have to finalise the production of the DVD with the bonus (43') and the jacket. As announced in our previous letter, the DVD will…See More
Feb 7
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Feb 7

Profile Information

About me:
Ethnomusicologist, Ph.D., specialist of mongolian höömij
Associate researcher at University of Rennes 2, France
Höömij teacher
Musician, höömij and throat singer
Artistic Director of Routes Nomades' association
As a band we are:
-Höömij with Tserendavaa & Tsogtgerel since 2006
-Meïkhâneh (trio)
-Urbi & Orbi band
Instruments:
Höömij, Harhiraa, Throat singing, Guitare, Tovshuur, Dombra, Garaya, some Percussions, and some Guimbardes
Influences:
Mongolian and Tuva "traditionnal" musics, Titi Robin, Lo'jo, Ali Farka Touré, Vincent Segal...
Homepage:
http://www.routesnomades.fr

CD Releases

Tserendavaa & Tsogtgerel

"Xöömij Overtone Singing from Mongolia"

CD/DVD 3017742- Buda Musique/Routes Nomades, 2008

Field Recordings, Photos and Booklet: Johanni Curtet

http://www.routesnomades.fr/disques.html

 

 

You can order it on this link:

http://www.budamusique.com/component/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,35/category_id,3/flypage,flypage.tpl/page,shop.product_details/product_id,799/

 

Dörvön Berkh

"Four Shagai Bones, Masters of Overtone Singing"

CD PAN 2100 - Pan Records/Routes Nomades, 2010

Recordings, Photos and Booklet: Johanni Curtet

http://www.routesnomades.fr/disques.html





NEW CD - February 2012
MEÏKHÂNEH - LA MAISON DE L'IVRESSE

EP 6 TRACKS - autoproduction
Recorded in "La Caisse à Musique", in La Fonderie (Le Mans, France)
Recordings, Mix and Mastering by Hervé De Caro (Music-Avenue)

Meïkhâneh is a world music band from Rennes (Brittany, France). It's Three musicians, gathered with the idea of making an "imaginary folklore", by putting together different traditional influences.

The voice goes up to fado, blues, East Europe, or Mongolian overtone and throat singing. The guitar sounds inner-asian, classic, African and so on. The percussions remind us Iranian, Indian and East European rhythms.

The word Meïkhâneh comes from Persian poetry and means "Wine House".

We have also a project with Uuganbaatar Tsend-Oshir, a mongolian counter bassist, from Nurnberg, who plays with Egschiglen.

Together, we created a show, "Meikhaneh & Uugan" in summer 2011, in La Distillerie Art House (Bulle, Switzerland) for a very special event about Mongolian art, called "The Guardians of the Wind". We played this show one more time in January 2012, in Quévert, in Brittany, for the "Violin Festival".

We will also play together in Rubrouck (Near Lille, North of France), during the "Week of Mongolia in Flandre" Feast, on May the 20, 2012.

You can listen it or order the CD here:http://www.myspace.com/meikhaneh

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The film Journey in Diphonia is complete ! / Le film "Voyage en Diphonie" est terminé !

Dear friends, we are pleased to announce that after 3 years of writing, filming and editing, the documentary on the first anthology of Mongolian khöömii is now complete.

The French version of the DVD pressing started and it will be available by the end of April. The English and Mongolian…

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Posted on April 2, 2018 at 5:22pm — — 1 Comment

Crowdfunding of the film "Journey In Diphonia" - Phase 4 (last one!)

After five months of passionate work, the film editing is now over. The film of 70' is currently under sound mixing at our partner and new co-producer Henri Puizilllout, in the studio of post production "L'oreille du chat".

Another good news, Annie Serres of A Propos Production, who wished to accompany us in recent months has received a grant from the SACEM.

We now have to finalise the production of the DVD with the bonus (43') and the jacket.

As announced in…

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Posted on February 7, 2018 at 5:48pm —

Journey In Diphonia - Call for participation in crowdfunding

Journey In Diphonia - Call for participation in crowdfunding

Dear Everyone,

After "Masters of overtone singing" (2010),

Les Films du Rocher & Routes Nomades

are preparing a new movie :

Journey In Diphonia (Voyage en Diphonie in french)

For that we start a crowdfunding until the 31 of March 2017.

We need your help!…

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Posted on January 16, 2017 at 7:00pm —

Release of the record An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii

Release of the record An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii

A Buda Musique Label Double CD, 47 p. booklet (in French/English/Mongol)

Through 43 tracks, including 28 previously unreleased, this double disc gathers the essentials of Mongolian khöömii, from early sound…

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Posted on January 16, 2017 at 6:55pm —

In memoriam Papizan Badar

In memoriam Papizan Badar

(1957-2016)







English (french below)

On the evening of Wednesday, August 3nd 2016, the master of Tuvan khöömii Papizan Badar passed away from…

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Posted on August 7, 2016 at 2:30pm —

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At 4:42pm on July 11, 2016, Patrick Housby said…

Hello Johanni,

Pleased to make your digital acquaintence! You do very interesting work, thanks for your efforts! I hope our common interests make this connection more than worthwhile. Talk to you later.

Cheeers,
Patrick

At 4:26pm on December 18, 2010, Rowan Lee Hartsuiker said…

Hey Johanni,

how are you?

I tried to meet you with Andrew Colwell last July in Ulaanbaatar,

unfortunately you were too busy with work. We surely meet next time!

Greetings from Holland,

rowan.

 

At 9:19pm on April 15, 2008, Tran Quang Hai said…
Cher Johnni,
Je suis content que tu sois membre de l'Overtone Music Network.
Tu connaitras d'autres musiciens qui pratiquent le chant diphonique et d'autres compositeurs .
Il y a pas mal d'articles sur mon blog . Tu peux le visiter .
Bises
Tran Quang Hai
PS: Je te verrai le jeudi 17 avril 2008
N'oublie pas de mettre une photo de toi sous ta page : Johanni Curtet's page
 
 
 

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