Wolfgang Saus at the Freiburg Stimmforum

Radio Feature: Between two tones – The art of overtone singing

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 insights into the essence of sounds and realities are opened up.

Radio Feature by: Tanja Gronde. Broadcast from 09.05.2020 on BR Bayern 2 and BR Heimat.

More about the broadcast [BR Bayern2 and BR Heimat].

Beach with snail shell

Sea noise (public domain) at the beach of Kolka, Latvia – my contribution to the World Listening Day 2019

World Listening Day 2019

Today, July 18, 2019, is World Listening Day 2019. The gentle waves in the Gulf of Riga. I recorded them in order to be able to accompany my future planned overtone singing meditation music.

Since the use of third-party sound material in your own productions often causes problems with copyright protection, I make this recording freely available for everyone and publish it under public domain or CC0 license. So, help yourself if you like it.

Download mp3 (320 kBit/s): Waves at Kolka beach Latvia CC0

Wav on request.


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Waves on Kolka beach Latvia audio file.

This work is published from: Germany.

photo: seth0s from Pixabay

CD From Sea to Sea - Aaron Jansen

Uvavnuk Dreams / The Great Sea – Aaron Jensen (2012)

A composition by Aaron Jensen, Canada 2012, for mixed choir a cappella and overtone soloist.

SSAATTB + overtone singer soloist (khoomej style) 6’00″

Text by Uvavnuk – translation: Jane Hirshfield

Commissioned by The Toronto Arts Council

Premiere: 12.05.2013 — The Elmer Iseler Singers, conductor Lydia Adams

Guest overtone singer: Scott Peterson

More about the composition on Aaron Jensen’s website.

Overtone Singing in Electroacoustic New Ground

Mhmmhm

Fu Acune is the name of a new duo by Natasha Nikeprelevic and F.X. Randomiz. Electronic club music combined with vocal art. On the track mhmmhm Natasha Nikeprelevic uses her crystal clear overtone singing.

http://acunemusic.com/

https://www.facebook.com/fuacune