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.

It is apparent that the two styles will eventually mix. Mongolian singers adapt western music, currently mainly from the rock/pop direction, Western overtone singers integrate throat singing, currently with a preference for undertone singing. I have subscribed to his YouTube channel and am looking forward to his future creations.

Vincent Tournoud learned overtone singing at the age of 26 in West Mongolia in the centre of the Mongolian throat singing Chandman with Tserendavaa Dashdorj and Sengedorj Nanjid. He lives in Grenoble, France, where he teaches overtone singing.

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