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Gisbert Schürig's Blog News – May 2010 Archive (7)

Experimenting on the Mascara Choir Version

Here you see me trying different techniques for the 4-5 voices of the choir-version of Mascara. I´m playing around with different combinations of kargyraa, khöömi and jodeling.



The score for this version can be found here:…



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Added by Gisbert Schürig on May 28, 2010 at 9:45pm — No Comments

Kawaii





This is a demo version of my composition Mascara, that is also part of the Fake African Memories. Just like the other tunes belonging to this

category, I am also working on a choir version of this tune, replacing

the guitar accompaniment with jodeling. This is the first try:…



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Added by Gisbert Schürig on May 24, 2010 at 3:09pm — No Comments

Scores in Tuxguitar editor

I did some Scores of my compositions with the Tuxguitar Editor:

http://community.tuxguitar.com.ar/user/Gisbert/

This editor is not specialized on writing vocal music and overtone singing,
but it´s open source and I think the results are ok. If you have
suggestions for a better suited editor or thoughts on the scores, please
comment.

Added by Gisbert Schürig on May 18, 2010 at 11:32pm — No Comments

Two versions of "Transit"

Jens Mügge helped me with embedding videos here, so here are two demo versions of Transit(thanks Jens!):…





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Added by Gisbert Schürig on May 18, 2010 at 11:22pm — No Comments

My music blog

I decided to continue this blog on my music here:

http://gisberts.blogspot.com

Deutsche Version:
http://gisbertschuerigs.blogspot.com/

The reason is the possibility to embed videos and that overtone singing is only one part of my music.
Videos and blog post of interest to the overtone crowd will also be posted here - hopefully.

Added by Gisbert Schürig on May 18, 2010 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

Working on new stuff Video

Here you find a video of me working on new… Continue

Added by Gisbert Schürig on May 6, 2010 at 12:30am — No Comments

Fake Afro-mongolian Fusion

I´m currently working on a combination of overtone singing and central african polyphony. I discovered Pygmy music on a CD my brother gave me and where it is combined with works of György Ligeti and Steve Reich. What fascinates me is the high complexity of rythm - the voices seem so free, so independend, still they are connected. And secondly the collective nature of this music, the co-existence of many interdependent(does this word exist?) voices.



I bought "African Polyphony &… Continue

Added by Gisbert Schürig on May 5, 2010 at 11:32pm — No Comments

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