How Things FallWatch this video on YouTube How Things Fall. He had little time to arrange his piece for Nordic Voices, says Koka Nikoladze, born in 1989 in Georgia, now […]
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It is with great pleasure that I present here a book by two of my students and graduates of my overtone singing training: sing2 – Overtone Melodies for Women, by Beate Eckert and Barbara Lübben.
Why Does Choral Music Sound So Good?Watch this video on YouTube I was very happy about this video from Barnaby Martin. It is a wonderful introduction to the basics of […]
ARTE documentary about the ancient Mongolian version of overtone singing, Khöömii.
БОМБИЧЕСКАЯ ИГРА НА ВАРГАНЕ С БИТБОКСОМ!Watch this video on YouTube Ildar Gimadiev – Vargan YouTube, Vk, Instagram
You first have to learn to hear overtones. With this program you can do that. Whoever learns it will change his entire listening experience. This is because completely new […]
Obriu-me els llavis, Senyor – Bernat VivancosWatch this video on YouTube Obriu-me els llavis, Senyor (2000, Oslo) Recording: Latvian Radio Choir, Sigvards Klava, 2011. 5 choirs (17 voices): 4 mixed […]
Space Sound Voice – Full Documentary about Overtone Singing and HarmonicsWatch this video on YouTube Minghao Xu’s 2009 film brings us close to the mystery of overtones, which seems to […]
I noticed this recording by the French artist Vicent Tournoud because it represents the transition from the Mongolian Khöömii technique (throat singing) to Western overtone singing.
Achim Winter from TV channel ZDF learns overtone singing with Wolfgang Saus.