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Wang Tang – O.Ton Project with Daniel Pircher

Wang Tang – Obertongesang, Gitarre & Didjeribone / O.Ton ProjektWatch this video on YouTube Overtone vocals & classical guitar – Daniel Pircher Didjeribone — Marc Miethe Written by — Daniel Pircher Camera — Vincent Dzikowski & René Gamsa Video Editing — Daniel Pircher Recording & Engineering — Marco Birkner at Studio H2 Berlin I like […]


Sōmei Satō – MANDARA, Music for Tape (1982)

Mandara – Somei SatohWatch this video on YouTube Sōmei Satō creates a multi-track overtone choir with his own voice and uses vowel overtone singing as an effect. I have heard something similar from Roberto Laneri’s “Two views of the Amazon” from 1981. At the beginning of the 1980s, this probably sounded more like electronic music […]


Doris Kirschhofer – Accordion and Overtones

Watch 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.


In memory of a dear friend

Watch this video on YouTube Stuart Hinds wrote this solo piece for our common dear friend, Honza (Jan) Šima, who unexpectedly passed away at a young age in the last year. Although the piece is very emotional, it is not intended as an expression of mourning. It will rather give room for memories and contemplation. […]


Young girls from Slovenia blast all choir dimensions – new vocal theatre

Watch this video on YouTube Carmina Slovenica – TOXIC PSALMS / Ultimate collective experience Carmina Slovenica is an exceptional girl choir from Slovenia, or, as they themselves call their performances: Vocal Theater. With overwhelming choreographic charisma the teenagers present here an incredible diversity of vocal techniques and choral traditions from Estonian ancient spells in setting of […]


Now, that’s a vocal range – Alber Hera

Watch this video on YouTube The Italian jazz musician Albert Hera, who refers to himself as “Sound Teller”, is a specialist in experimental voice and choir improvisation in the style of circle singing. I really like this little video sample, that allready gained more than 10,000 views on Facebook (June 2015). He demonstrates a vocal […]