a common space & database for harmonic overtones
About me: Im a finnish throat singer, street performer, loop artist and whaddyaknow... I combine modern and ancient into a peculiar stream of consciousness manifesting itself into powerful sound vibration. My music started as a cappella ambient and the first recordings were made by looping my voice through guitar effects. As evolution went on I got more experience, equipment and Im aiming higher and higher. Me being a throat singer, it was only natural to bring it's psychedelic-shamanic vibrations to the mix to channel the ancient to this age of accelerating cultural fusion.
About me: I'm trying to learn overtone singing because it brings all the boys to the yard. I started experimenting with it at the end of last year (2016) mostly to occupy myself on frequent car rides although I've been familiar with it for a couple years now. It was one of Anna Marie Hefele's videos that made me start. However, still when I think of throat singing, I think of Inuits and grunting and panting into a loved one's face... I may be using throat singing colloquially for something else. *winkwink*
About me: My name is Mikael Kosmos. Im a finnish throat singer, street performer, loop artist and whaddyaknow... I combine modern and ancient into a peculiar stream of consciousness manifesting itself into powerful sound vibration. My music started as a cappella ambient and the first recordings were made by looping my voice through guitar effects. As evolution went on I got more experience, equipment and Im aiming higher and higher. Me being a throat singer, it was only natural to bring it's psychedelic-shamanic vibrations to the mix to channel the ancient to this age of accelerating cultural fusion.
About me: Andrey Mongush was first introduced to throat singing at the age of 13 while helping his grandparents herd their animals. Although he attended college and earned a degree in agriculture in 1991, he won numerous singing contests at the same time. Mongush decided to continue singing, specifically studying Tuvan indigenous instruments and throat singing. He graduated in 1997 with a degree specializing in the teaching of Khöömei and the use of Tuvan instruments. After receiving national recognition for his work with middle school children he was asked to join Huun Huur Tu in May of 2003.
About me: shamanic voice, overtone and throat singing, voice art
.. ich liebe die Verzauberungskraft der Musik...
.. die Musik die ich erfühle, die aus mir steigt, wie Lichternebel,
ist gleich der Spiegel meiner heiligen Essenz, ist Spiegel der glühenden Kugel, Erdenmuttersherz... ....ist Spiegel meiner Selbst....
About me: Ganpurev Dagvan
(Music composer, musician and throat singing)
He plays the Mongolian traditional musical instruments Ikh-khuur, Morin-khuur, Tobshuur and he also sings undertone throat singing, as well as music composer.
In his traditional robes - Gana in pelzbesetztem garb - seemed the musicians. With the suggestive sounds of the bass violin and Ikh-Morin khuur-khuur, Gana abducted in the Mongolian culture of his homeland. His songs tell of Genghis Khan, the leader of the scattered tribes into a kingdom together by the endless steppes and the pride of the whole people daring riders - the horse.
Genghis Khan's favourite woman was named after their ancestor, the graublauen Wolf, the legend of the Mongols descend after all. With the mythical figure of the wolf, between heaven and earth upside, identified the Far East has always been popular. Boerte is also the first piece of the program devoted to the Gana jump directly to the European cultural boundaries and listening habits asking. The bass violin Ganas swings deep, told entertained. And much deeper including, dark, vibrant, almost dominant booming and the pervasive sounds of Umzad, the undertone throat singing. As a rhythmic spoken or wonderfully melodious, but always in sync with the vibrations of the bass violin, penetrate from the depths of the throat tones the next room.
Especially critical but touching manner and an atmosphere of the dialogue sounds of votes in the “Altai magtaal "and in the “Legend of the Yellow Dog".
D. Ganpurev was seen as the Artemis Records Original Movie Award for Best Score music by Hamptons International Film Festival.
And he was considered the best list 4 / 2005 - Prize of the German Record Critics.
About me: i am a musician and working with kids as a music teacher
my first instrument is accordeon, now i startet to play khomus and my wish is to exsplore the possibilities of this beauttfull instrument and to learn throat and overtone singing for me but also to pass this knowledge to children
About me: I am an overtone singer and multi-instrumentalist. I come from the UK but now live in Slovakia. I have always been fascinated by the spirituality of making sounds and music. I travel extensively both performing and teaching overtone singing, Khoomei Mongolian throat singing, didgeridoo, jaw harp, Tibetan singing bowls, Native American flutes, symphonic gongs and other harmonic instruments from around the world. I have been playing all these beautiful harmonic instruments and overtone singing since around 1995 and have performed in concerts, festivals, exhibitions, radio and TV programs.
I also give educational concerts and talks about these instruments in schools and for various groups. I am an experienced and enthusiastic workshop leader, offering workshops and one-to-one’s on overtone/throat singing and world harmonic instruments.
About me: Arjopa & The Master U-like
TRANCE SIBERIAN KHOOMEI SOUND
Horse-Head Fiddle & Tuvan Throat Singing Voice(s) meets Electronix
ТУВИНСКОЕ ГОРЛОВОЕ ПЕНИЕ - ХООМЕИ
Arjopa & The Master U-like weave a “Magic Carpet” of Siberian Khoomei (Throat Singing), hypnotic String Sounds, Jew's Harp- flangers, evocative beats and lyrics in 4 languages (English, German, Russian & Tuvan).
Their Trance Siberian Khoomei Sounds are a magical synthesis of modern Western music, advanced electronic sounds & traditional Asian instruments and vocal techniques. Arjopa & The Master U-like create odd sound collages, that takes audience into a world beyond time and space. Their sounds make even Taiga Spirits dance!
Arjopa: Throat Singing, Vocals, Guitars, Dosh Puluur, Morin Khuur
Arjopa - The leading female Throat Singer from the Western World (born in Berlin, Germany), has the raceptance of well known Tuvan Khoomei Masters such as: Albert Kuvezin (Yat-Kha), Mongün-ool Ondar (Chirgilchin), Kongar-ool Ondar (Movie: “Genghis Blues") and Genady Tchamzyrym (Gendos).
Arjopa grew up in Berlin with the Russian-Siberian music of her ancestors, that emigrated from South Siberia to Germany in early 20th century. Since her earliest youth she deals with the ancient asian vocal techniques and mixes them with western music, and elements of Jazz and Folk-Ro
The Master U-like: Drums, Advanced Electronix,
Mouth Harps (Khomus,Vargan)
The Master U-like studied percussion, sound design and programming in Berlin, at
SAE Institute. He learned to play the shamanic Frame Drum (Düng Dür) and Mouth Harp (Khomus, Vargan) with masters in Siberia. His soundscapes correspond in a unique and remarkable way with Arjopa ́s magical voice
Featured Artists: Various musicians on guitar, bass, didgeridoo, cello and more.