I sing overtones since years, my main musical passion, clear and high, but I still can't do polyphonic, nor undertones, so I search always occasions to improve.
I play Jew's Harp since 2013, practicing practicing...
I lately discovered a passion for the overtone flute.
Another instrument I enjoy playing is the Sansula.
And since years I have the dream of getting a Hang, or something of equivalent beauty.
Live Looping and Electronic Music are other interests on which I invert some time sometimes :)
I am not a professional musician, but I love music more than any other thing, and if I only could get my money from it, I would just do that full time (also because otherwise I have too few free time for music).
Demetrio Stratos: it was by listening to a CD of him if I started imitating him to get those strange sounds, loosing my voice, till I finally get my first Overtone (which at that time I did not know it was an Overtone).
Bruno De Franceschi: I followed a workshop with him many years ago.
Bauchklang: they have nothing to do with overtones, they make Techno Beatbox, but I jammed on stage with them, me with overtones, they with Beatbox, here in Germany on 2012, and since them my love for music and my will to dedicate more time to it has blossomed again.
Ancient Trance Festival: there I have known so many wonderful musicians, who are also on this page here... Thanks!
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"Freude schöner Götterfunken" (Ode to Joy) in overtone singing style by Wolfgang Saus.
More information: http://www.oberton.org
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