The Deutschlandfunk Kultur broadcasts on Thursday, 28 February 2019 from 22h to 22h30 a radio feature about the European Overton Choir.
About Wolfgang Saus
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Aachener Domglocken, volles GeläutWatch this video on YouTube The full ringing of Aachen Cathedral, recorded on Christmas Eve at midnight. Nice to see in the spectrogram how some tones develop only after the beat. And not always the loudest ones are also the perceived ones. Mary’s Bell: strike tone g°+8, 2075 mm diameter and 5,800 […]
I´ve seen the nightWatch this video on YouTube The “Melksuit” (milking suite) of the Swiss duo Stimmhorn with Christian Zehnder and Balthasar Streiff receives with ” I’ ve seen the night” a very unconventional video clip by video artist Hansjörg Palm. The shoe art video of the Freiburg artist, made in 2004, was awarded the […]
The HU – Yuve Yuve Yu (Official Music Video)Watch this video on YouTube With millions of clicks, the Mongolian The Hu Band is attracting attention right now. They have been working on their debut album for seven years and have now released two viral videos. They call their style “hunnu rock”, which probably has its […]
“Silent Night, Holy Night”, the world’s most famous Christmas song, was sung for the first time on 24.12.1818, exactly 200 years ago. Pianist Michael Reimann improvises the piano movement to Wolfgang Saus’ overtone singing.
Something private of mine today. I haven’t updated my website since spring. The reason: I had separated my left wrist from my joint in a bicycle accident in Belgium in spring and broke it several times, so that the hand had to be re-surgeryed twice. My helmet (I can only recommend it) was a lifesaver. […]
In the new series “Incredible Medicine: Dr Weston’s Casebook” the English surgeon Gabriel Weston presents people from all over the world with the most unusual bodies and abilities.
doris kirschhofer: mermaid and whale. overtone & throatsingingWatch this video on YouTube Doris Kirschhofer is a lecturer at the University of Sport Salzburg, produces acrobatics shows on a large scale and is a singer whose fine-ironic electro-alpine ethno-pop gets a very individual touch through her overtone and undertone singing. http://www.kirschhofer.com/
Stuart Hinds has recorded a lovely interpretation of Johannes Brahms’ Lullaby.