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August 2008 Blog News (5)

Come along and Twang.me!

Hi all.. well I've almost got everything up together and all going well Twang.me should be ok to register. I must stress that this is a personal project so does not have the infrastructure like OMN which is mostly preconstructed on the NING networks. I have my reservations about NING in light of recent events with open source widget developers, it seems NING can drop anybody as they see fit regardless of who may be using the plugins.… Continue

Added by Darren Smith on August 29, 2008 at 1:30pm — 8 Comments

Any advice for overtone training in London?

Hi guys, I've just joined this community of overtone enthusiasts and practitioners, I've actually approached the study of this wonderful world when I was still in Italy, where I'm from, and then I moved to London: I'd love to deepen my knowledge and skills, so I was wondering if any of you's got suggestions about who or where to turn to in order to carry on. I'd be really grateful if somebody could shed a piece of advice.

Also, I was looking for a complete guide to overtones, to have a… Continue

Added by Irene on August 26, 2008 at 1:00am — 5 Comments

Jan Rosenberg, Kreativ-Mensch, Musikinstrumentenerfinder, Künstler und Fujarist

Jan Rosenberg, Kreativ-Mensch, Musikinstrumentenerfinder, Künstler und Fujarist

Auf dem 43 Folklore Festival in Detva ( Slowakei ) ,zu dem ich als Fujarist eingeladen wurde,lernte ich Jan Rosenberg (Baujahr 1940 ) kennen .Seitdem hat sich unser Kontakt vertieft. Uns verbindet die Liebe zur Musik, besonders aber die zu der Hirtenflöte Fujara.

Jan`s Vater, ein slowakischer Artist Übersetzte das Wort Fujara poetisch mit Gesang des Windes, und das beschreibt die Flöte lautmalerisch sehr… Continue

Added by Roderick Zeig on August 25, 2008 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

New piece: Law Of Octaves

I've posted the track here, but you can find full details (including Csound code, MP3, and OGG) on my site.

Added by Dave Seidel on August 12, 2008 at 10:08pm — No Comments

Overtone singing in Chateau, France with Borg Diem Groeveld

I have been doing a summer course with Borg Diem Groeneveld in Chateau, France, last week.
I am a student of Borg for 2 years now and this week i had the opportunity to sing in 3 Roman churches for the first time. It was a wonderful experience.
There were 16 persons singing and the overtones seemed to come from all places in the church.

Added by Chris Bieze on August 5, 2008 at 10:49am — No Comments

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