My new online overtone singing course is now up and running. It's been a lot of work putting it together!
There are 3 levels- beginner, intermediate, advanced.
-12 video lessons, detailed manuals, mp3s of exercises in all ranges, special notation, specific songs for overtone choir, polyphonic movement, harmonic yodeling, improvisational elements...
Private lessons on Skype are also an option. They are limited to my availability, so… Continue
Added by kiva simova on March 10, 2011 at 3:07pm —
The legendary throat-singer and bayan player Vladimir Oyun Oidupaa's project, Singing with Echoes Through the Universe is now available in two exciting editions:
Standard Edition includes eight new recordings with Tuvan and Russian lyrics, Latin-alphabet transliterations, and English translations, notes by Tuvan Ethnomusicologist Dr. Valentina Suzukei, plus original graphics by Johnna Morrow and photographs. Songs are highest-quality 320 kbps MP3s.
Collectors Edition also… Continue
Added by Steve Sklar on March 7, 2011 at 8:00pm —
Below is the first information package for the 7th International Jew's Harp Festival in Yakutsk, Siberia.
If you are a resident of the Americas (North, Central, or South) interested in attending the festival as a performer or a special guest, please reply to me no later than Thursday February 3 (see the competition categories and regional contacts below).
Visas are required to enter Russia and all performers must receive official letters of invitation from the festival… Continue
Added by Deirdre Morgan on January 31, 2011 at 8:50pm —
Duo “1046” Reflection (2011)
An Mp3 version of the Internet mini-album “Reflection” by Piano and Jew’s harp duo “1046” released in 2011. Performed by Svetlana Suhanova (piano, keyboard) and Vladimir Markov jew's harp (vargan)
1. Briskehauga (Norwegian traditional… Continue
Added by Vladimir Markov on February 11, 2011 at 10:30am —
In 2006 I've made my first solo CD just in time for the 5th International Jewsharp Festival.
Allthough out of print you can still download it at BandCamp
for free. Enjoy!
Added by Danibal on January 5, 2011 at 11:00pm —
happy to announce the release of my latest CD, recorded with my good friend Paul Lennon.
This features a wide range of ethnic instruments and a fair amount of overtone / throat singing.
You can listen to, and buy it using the links below. I'd be happy to get any feedback.
May 2011 bring you all you desire.
Added by Jonathan Cope on January 5, 2011 at 12:30pm —
In the past many of you have helped me to raise money for various charitable Tuvan causes, and now I ask for your help for a great Mongolian throat-singer in need.
Some of you will recognize the name Tserendavaa. He is a well-known, major Mongolian throat-singing master from Chandman Sum, and is well-represented on such classic cds as Jargalant Altai. Besides being a singer and one of the leading sources for foreigners for…
Added by Steve Sklar on December 8, 2010 at 7:00pm —
I'm currently creating some very specific notated exercises for combining yodeling with overtones (SATB), using 2 completely different approaches.
The best I've heard in this area is Christian Zehnder, who has cleverly woven his national Swiss tradition into it. I'd like to open some discussion about this topic- any experience with overtone yodeling or fresh new ideas?
Anyway, in a yodel surfing expedition, found this completely amazing blog site 'Yodel Heaven', which has a huge… Continue
Added by kiva simova on November 21, 2010 at 3:00pm —
Las melodías creadas por sonidos simultáneos a través de la voz de
Nestor Kornblum son empleadas en terapias curativas y en
meditaciones siguiendo una técnica ancestral. Aqui la entrevista en Radio Euskadi
El Enlace:… Continue
Added by Nestor Kornblum on November 19, 2010 at 9:00am —
Meet other jaw harpers in Vienna! Every month on 4th wednesday at: Café Concerto
, 1160 Wien, Lerchenfelder Gürtel 53. We start at 8 p.m. Bring your instruments and join our jam sessions.
Der Österreichische Maultrommelverein
lädt ab sofort jeden 4. Mittwoch im Monat
zum Maultrommler-Stammtisch im Café Concerto
Added by LOOPING jaw harp orchestra on April 29, 2010 at 12:57am —
Inspired by mini kukin by Ryuji Kojima (length 18mm) I made mini jew's harp (frame length 13mm)
Sound can be find at:… Continue
Added by Vladimir Markov on March 14, 2010 at 1:30am —
Publicado en la Revista Ulises, Ed. Liebre de Marzo (enero 2005) Continue
tiempos remotos, desde la propia existencia del mundo y del hombre, la
música, ha estado presente. La música ha sido y será para el hombre un
instrumento de socialización,…
Added by Joel Olivé on March 9, 2010 at 9:00pm —
The Complete Voice
Before symbolic language developed, there existed a high order of communication. This used gesture, facial expression, posture, and mimicry in movement and sound. Communication was slow but effective. Under these conditions human social behaviour and identity developed. As with much of evolution, behavior led and brain and body development followed.
As time went by and intelligence and the capacity for memory grew. It was found that communication could be… Continue
Added by Peter Gleeson on January 26, 2010 at 12:33am —
A Review of "ATLAN" by Thomas Jones
A secret truth revealed: Beauty and the Beast are the same
thing. Soriah’s chimera fusion with Ashkelon Sain has
produced a sprawling entity, darkly cloaked in groaning
atmospheres, yet emanating an ascending light of inestimable
beauty. Atlan is a deeply organic experience. Crisp hand
percussion palpitates rising drones in a cellular blood-rush
of life. Long, open expanses of slowly shifting tones hang
like low clouds… Continue
Added by SoRIAH on October 18, 2009 at 1:20am —
|Another fine CD by one of the current batch of groups from Mongolia. It features the marvellous khöömii of Amra (Amartuwshin Baasadorj) on at least five of the pieces. Finely recorded the Cd is a mix of traditional arrangements and contemporary compositions performed by Tume (Tumenbayar Migdory) on Morin Khuur & vocals, Tunuruu (Tumursaihan Yanlav) Morin khuur, aman khuur & vocals, Uugan (Uuganbaatar Tsend-Ochir) Ih Khuur,…
Added by Egschiglen on November 26, 2009 at 7:00pm —
Magic Sounds - available on CD Baby: cdbaby.com/cd/frenkellaasi
- is an ambient organic album - a calming and predominantly vocal CD featuring the mesmerizing harmonic tones of Dean Frenkel and the hauntingly ethereal voice of Linda Laasi. It is an album of minimalist music which emphasizes the tonal qualities of the human voice.
Magic Sounds is about ancient therapeutic sounds of vocal harmonics; sounds of the… Continue
Added by Dean Frenkel on November 25, 2008 at 12:00am —
Dear OMN community,
I'm happy to announce that my book "On the Physiology of Voice Production in South-Siberian Throat Singing – Analysis of Acoustic and Electrophysiological Evidences"
is out now.
It took me really a long while . I actually started working on it in 2000 as my PhD project. Then of course - as many of you perhaps also know - there came other jobs, duties, projects. And finally I had to rush since in order to get a particular job I needed to finish and… Continue
Added by Sven Grawunder on April 7, 2009 at 1:00pm —
I am offering my services creating vocal overtone arrangements for your songs (or somebody else's!). The notation is written both with the upper melody in standard notation and with the numbered harmonics above the bass line. The arrangement will be as close as possible to the original, given the restrictions of the harmonic series. (Certain small alternatives for fundamental/bass pitches may be required). It is singable by an experienced polyphonic overtone singer. If desired, a demo mp3 may… Continue
Added by kiva simova on November 26, 2008 at 10:52am —
All but toothless
A virtual jaw harp orchestra challenges the dominance of guitars. Here's to musical diversity!
Starting from the city jungle of Vienna, the LOOPING jaw harp orchestra
has set out to discover unexplored musical regions. Elephant Road
, off the beaten track, directly leads to the habitats of rare musical instruments. Three dozen of jaw harps and percussion are a good substrate on which steel pans, saxophones, marimba, trumpets… Continue
Added by LOOPING jaw harp orchestra on September 3, 2009 at 12:30pm —
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 —