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About me:
travelling overtone musician and flutemaker... out in the forests I feel home, making music for the spirits is my love and tunes me in..
nada brahma

Max Brumberg
is an overtone musician and flute builder. He specialises in building overtone flutes and fujaras, but also irish(low)whistles and doubleflutes. They are carefully handcrafted from woods such as Elder and Maple, the branches being carefully selected by his own hands from our forests.
His first contact with the didjeridoo was in 1995, inspired by it's sound he delved deeper into harmonics and sound. His love of nature led him to travel with his sound and music to interesting power-places and he developed an intuitive improvisational playing style with the harmonics as a channel for the inaudible existing.
His repertoire of overtone instruments soon widened to encompass voice and flutes, mouthharp, singing bowls, gongs and more. At the moment he is experimenting in the playing and building of bagpipes and various other flutes and instruments.
Giving seminars and travelling with his instruments and music Max Brumberg desires to reconnect people to nature and themselves through intuitive overtone music. The world is sound, the natural harmonies of the overtone scale is the ancient matrix we find everywhere in nature and the cosmos, the (tone) ladder to ourselves and our roots..

Max Bumberg
ist Obertonmusiker und Floetenbauer. Sein Spezialgebiet sind Obertonfloeten und Fujaras, aber auch Irish (Low) Whistles und Doppelfloeten. Sie werden in feiner sorgfaeltiger Handarbeit meist aus Holunder aber auch aus anderen selbst im Wald gesuchten Hoelzern gebaut.
1995 war sein erster Kontakt mit dem Didjeridu, fortan beschaeftigte er sich mit Obertoenen und Klang(wirkung). Da er schon immer die Natur und besondere Orte in ihr liebte, begann er mit Klang zu Kraftorten zu reisen. Diese auf sich wirken lassend entwickelte er ein intuitiv improvisiertes Spiel mit Obertoenen als Kanal fuer das unhoerbare vorhandene.
Das Repertoir an (Oberton)Instrumenten hat sich seitdem um viele klangvolle erweitert, schon bald kamen Stimme und Floeten dazu, Maultrommel, Klangschalen, Gongs u.A., im Moment experimentiert er mit Spiel und Bau von Dudelsaecken und anderen Floeten und Instrumenten.
Max Brumberg ist es ein grosses Anliegen Menschen, durch Seminare in der Natur und durch Begegnungen, ueber intuitive Obertonmusik mit ihrer eigenen und der Natur wiederzuverbinden. Die Welt ist Klang und die natuerlichen Harmonien der Obertonmusik sind das Urmuster welches wir ueberall in Natur und Kosmos wiederfinden, die (Ton)Leiter zu uns und unseren Wurzeln.

As a band we are:

Overtone Flutes, Fujara, Double Flutes, Satara, Didjeridoo, Voice, Gongs, Singing Bowls, Mouthharp/Jews Harp, klingelklangel, Sound Instruments and everything that sounds..
the universal spirits, Externsteine, Shah Shahidi, Jan Rosenberg, Gary Thomas, Thomas Clemens, Wolfgang Saus, Hky Eichhorn, Nadishana, Elandrion, Kosmische Oktave, Walter on Lingen... and many more

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At 11:36am on September 6, 2013, Tobias Rauck said…

gerne in die katakomben absteigen......meld dich mal wenn du wieder im Lande bist....

At 11:25am on August 16, 2010, Skye Løfvander said…
Hi Max,
Thanks for your message - good to hear about your experiences and funny to realize that you know Chris. Next time do not hesitate to contact me!
At 6:10pm on June 15, 2010, Timo Hoppert said…
Hey max,

habe gerade gesehen, dass das Ancient Trance festival die Woche nach der Spiritual Healing stattfinden. Vielleicht könnte das klappen. Das lasse ich mir mal durch den Kopf gehen. Interessant klingt es allemal.

At 11:05pm on March 10, 2010, Timo Hoppert said…
Hey Max,

wie geht es so? schon was mit den schneckenbohrer angefangen?
Ich habe nach deiner Beschreibung die erste Flöte so gut wie fertig und ich muss sagen deine Anleitung ist wirklich gut gelungen. Der Prozess des Flötenbaus ein sehr inniger. Ich kann gut verstehen warum es dich mit Instrumenten in die Natur zieht ;-)

Gruß und alles Gute
At 9:18pm on February 26, 2010, tomasz marcin fudala said…

At 8:26pm on February 26, 2010, Marius said…
ich hoffe Dir geht es gut...
So langsarm baue ich gerade meine Kohte hier in der Märkischen Schweiz ab und ziehe nach Bremen.
Ich hoffe wir sehen uns bald mal wieder

Bis Gleich,
At 11:04pm on January 31, 2010, Winne said…
ah Max! yes satara is something different! I really love to play them,great trance!I have made a couple and the hard thing is the condensation you get in the fipple..hard to get rid of.. hope you had a great time there! I was just planning to work on stara flutes the following weeks..funny!:-)Also my friend Marek Gonda is visiting me (the slovakian flutemaker ,with his bagpipes remember?)next week..for talking and playing and some time together in the workshop probably..
so I wish you good spirits and a great time! Winne
At 9:46pm on October 28, 2008, fiona rueggeberg said…
Lieber Max

Deine Flöte ist die schönste, edelste und wohlriechendste, Die ich jemals gespielt habe. Es ist eine Freude....Vielen Dank mein Lieber!

At 10:55pm on September 17, 2008, Jonas Nondorf said…
Hallo Max, habe mir vor kurzem die PVC-Fujara gekauft und war hierfür bei Vladiswar in Berlin. Ein tolles Instrument ist euch da gelungen!!
At 2:43pm on September 13, 2008, Winne said…
Thanks for the appreciation Max!! Untill we meet again ,greetings Winne

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