a common space & database for harmonic overtones
NB! This is a new version!
Excerpt from the cd Subtle Summit with two vocal styles: dhrupad (classical indian) presented by Ashish Sankrityayan and overtone singing by Skye Lofvander.
NB! This is listening music originally recorded in a very high quality, using state of the art solutions. The sound rendering of this video is far from the real thing, so buy the cd! (see below).
The Hagia Sophia Cathedral in Istanbul stands as a monument to the Byzantine era. After having functioned for a period as a mosque it is now a museum... and still an acoustic temple
The sound recordings on this video were made in an auralization developed by the Danish Odeon company, whose team of acoustical engineer experts collected samples on location as part the Cahrisma acoustical heritage preservation project. http://server.oersted.dtu.dk/www/oldat/cahrisma/
Subtle Voices: Subtle Summit
Dhrupad and overtone singing in the digitally simulated acoustics of the Sokullu Mosque and the Hagia Sophia Cathedral.
Artworks: Gaspare Fossati (1809-83)
Recorded in the Anechoic Studio, the Technical University of Denmark, 2007-08. Odeon A/S, http://www.odeon.dk
Published by http://www.anjaliarts.de
Recording and reverb: Claus Lynge Christensen
Editing and mastering: Ashish Sankrityayan
Duo Home Page: http://www.subtlevoices.dk
More about Skye Lofvander (in danish!) at http://www.detspringendepunkt.net
Thanks to http://byzantineee.blogspot.com
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