Tran Quang Hai : Il canto difonico : descrizione, storia, stili, aspetti acustici e spetrrali, approccio orginale, richerche fondamentali e applicate, part 2
Campo di azione del canto difonico
Dal punto di vista del campo d’azione, il canto difonico è equivalente al canto normale, fatta eccezione per ciò che concerne l’ambitus.
Il tempo di esecuzione è evidentemente in funzione della gabbia ttoracica del cantante, dunque della respirazione,… Continue
Added by Tran Quang Hai on April 8, 2008 at 11:30pm —
Tran Quang Hai : Il canto difonico : descrizione, storia, stili, aspetti acustici e spetrrali, approccio orginale, richerche fondamentali e applicate, part 1
Facciamo tutti del canto difonico senza saperlo ! Basta aprire la bocca ed emettere un suono di gola. Quest’ultimo è composto da un suono di base continuo invariante, tenuto alla stessa altezza, e da altri suoni più acuti, gli armonici. Il fatto è che non sappiamo ascoltare ! E,… Continue
Added by Tran Quang Hai on April 8, 2008 at 11:30pm —
für alle, die zum 29. April in der Münchner Gegend sind oder herbeikommen wollen,
hinterlasse ich hier diesen Link:
Die "Einladung ins Nichtstun" findet dieses mal mit Rahmentrommeln, Tamburica, Körpertambura, Kalimbas/Sansulas und besonders fein… Continue
Added by Christian Hack on April 7, 2008 at 10:00pm —
Tran Quang Hai: Overtones in Central Asia and in South Africa
The most well-known area for overtone singing is found in Central Asia, more specifically Western Tuva and Northwestern Mongolia. A great number of singers practice overtone singing, a tradition going back to the time of the Silk Road trade, according to some references in Tuvan songs. There is a rich culture of overtone singing, as demonstrated by many different styles, the great… Continue
Added by Tran Quang Hai on April 6, 2008 at 9:00am —
11ª edizione - 2007
ASCOLTA I GRUPPI IN RASSEGNA
11ª Rassegna di Musica Diversa
"Omaggio a Demetrio Stratos"
Rassegna di Gruppi Rock-Underground
In occasione del 28° Anniversario della morte di Demetrio Stratos avvenuta il 13 giugno 1979, Raffaello Regoli e l'Associazione Culturale "Grande Albero" con il Patrocinio dell'Assessorato alla Cultura del Comune di Cento (FE), la collaborazione di Daniela Ronconi e Loris Furlan. Organizzano… Continue
Added by Tran Quang Hai on April 6, 2008 at 1:30am —
Tran Quang Hai & Albert Hera
Nell'ambito della XIIª edizione della
Rassegna di Musica Diversa
Omaggio a Demetrio Stratos
Stage estemporaneo sul Canto Difonico, aperto sia ai principianti che agli avanzati.
gli anni di studi e di ricerche hanno permesso ad Albert Hera di sviluppare una propria identità in ambito musicale e una personale filosofia sulla didattica: “Il Cantar Naturale” propone una visione del… Continue
Added by Tran Quang Hai on April 6, 2008 at 1:00am —
TQH: Method of Learning Overtone Singing Khoomei
A considerable amount of research has been for thee last 40 years carried out throughout the world into this vocal phenomenon, particularly as it is practised in Mongolia and Tuva.
In Mongolia and Tuva, thee word KHOOMEI means pharynx, throat, and KHOOMEILAKH is the technique of producing vocal harmonics. This most unusual technique, which takes the human voices to its limits,… Continue
Added by Tran Quang Hai on April 5, 2008 at 11:30am —
Today, it was wonderful. I was in Podebrady at the EOC (at the end of the meeting) and managed to record part of the concert. Just as much as the battery of my old notebook allowed me to. :)
Added by Filip Rydlo on March 28, 2008 at 11:30pm —
on Tuesday 25th of March 2008, in the castle in Podebrady (CZ) I joined the meeting of European Overtone Choir for that day only. Too bad I did not have more holidays - I would have staid there till friday and sing on the concert...
I very much enjoyed giving a one hour lesson of advanced overtonesinging for about 32 overtonesingers.
Woooooow, it was fantastic new experience for me. I Love it !
I have never worked with so many skilled ovt.singers… Continue
Added by Filip Rydlo on March 26, 2008 at 12:30am —
It's a simple idea: gather people together and sing a continuous OM as a meditation for peace. On Easter Sunday March 23rd, 2008 at 6:00 PM EDT, US, people, all over the world, who want to give expression to their wish for peace will gather in groups to join in the sound of many voices singing as one in an extended OM. Continue
Each person, as a meditation on peace, sings their own note at their own rate guided by their breath. Within the group this builds an exquisitely beautiful, rising…
Added by Baird Hersey on March 19, 2008 at 5:00am —
My story of water ...
Grown up in Murnau at the Staffelsee, Germany, my wish as a child was to become a scuba diver, saving money for a diving-suit. Then moving to Neuburg at the Donau. Instead of a diving-suit I bought a trumpet. 1970 moving to Morenhofen, a place with its own mill and a little lake. I invented the Aquaphon, a wind instrument combined with a trumpet, tubes and resonators for water. 1980 during my music study times at the university of Cologne I composed… Continue
Added by Christian Bollmann on January 1, 2008 at 7:00am —
My first encounter with sung overtones was in 1969 at a performance of Karl Stockhausen's "Stimmung" ("Mood") in the studio of the Beethoven Concert Hall in Bonn. The atmosphere created by the entirely new way of handling vocal sounds made me astonishingly alert and curious although I had always enjoyed singing, and had sung a lot, my main interest up until then had been in playing instruments. Just as I had recently heard synthesizer music for the first time, and… Continue
Added by Christian Bollmann on October 31, 2007 at 7:30am —
Gathering in the Light
In October of 2004 Krishna Das attended a release party for PRANA's first CD, "The Eternal Embrace". After Prana had sung, Krishna Das said to Baird, "Let's make a record together or something".
Over the next year the "or something" was Krishna Das inviting Prana to sing at his larger benefit Kirtans in the New York area. As a part of those evenings KD would join Prana to sing Baird's arrangement of his chant "Puja". The combination of the ethereal… Continue
Added by Baird Hersey on October 21, 2007 at 7:30am —