Jerusalem Dream – 2nd Movement

2nd movement from the first work of Nori Jacoby’s trilogy “Jerusalem Dream” 2005,”Dream of the Night” 2005,”Apples” 2006 about verses from 1 Corinthians 13 “Song of Songs” by Salomon. For soprano, tenor, overtone singer, throat singer, oud, percussion and string quartet. Victoria Hanna, Sameer Makhoul, Dangaa Khosbajar (Hosoo), Wolfgang Saus, Israel Contemporary String Quartet. Director Michael Wolpe.

2. Satz aus dem ersten Werk der Trilogie von Nori Jacoby “Jerusalem Dream” 2005, “Dream of the Night” 2005, “Apples” 2006 über Verse aus dem “Hohen Lied der Liebe” von Salomon. Für Sopran, Tenor, Obertonsänger, Kehlsänger, Oud, Percussion und Streichquartett. Victoria Hanna, Sameer Makhoul, Dangaa Khosbajar (Hosoo), Wolfgang Saus, Israel Contemporary String Quartett. Leitung Michael Wolpe.

Harmoniversum – 01 – Harmoniversum

Improvisation in romantic-epic style. Polyphonic overtone singing with unusual harmony changes.

Harmoniversum – 02 – Pianoo

Improvisation with multi-track recording. The overtone voice is sung from the same keynote on three different pitches.

Harmoniversum – 03 – Nordic

Piano composition by Michael Reimann in Scandinavian style with polyphonic overtone improvisation by Wolfgang Saus.

Harmoniversum – 08 – Secret Recording

Blues with overtones and noises. We improvised the piece in a break between the recordings only for fun. The recording was still on…., the recording director was enthusiastic, so it came as a bonus on the CD.

Love Song – on stage

Wolfgang Saus on stage in Prague 2005, Sansula and overtone singing.

Harmonic Connection 4

Harmonic Connection in Salzburg 2002. Alexandra Pesold, Einat Gilboa, Gerhard Fankhauser, Wolfgang Saus.

TransAfrica G-Dur on stage

Concert in Aachen 2008. Njamy Sitson – vocals, Michael Reimann – church organ, Wolfgang Saus – polyphonic overtone singing.

After Elektra for Overtone Singing and Piano

Free improvisation 2005. Michael Reimann – piano, Wolfgang Saus – polyphonic overtone singing.

Wideness 1 for overtone and piano

Free improvisation 2005. Michael Reimann – piano, Wolfgang Saus – polyphonic overtone singing.

Annual Welcome Gong Buzz

Jew’s Harp

Wolfgang Saus plays a Szilagyi standard live in Prague, May 2005.

Jazz Improv

Stefan Heidtmann – keys, Wolfgang Saus – overtone singing, Waldbröl 2006.

Duo Improvisation

Solo with Sruti

Artival – Religio

From the CD Artival 2000 with Frank Köstler – frame drum, Wolfgang Saus – overtone singing.

Ihr Kinderlein kommet (Oh, come, little children)

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (A rose has sprung up)

Wolfgang Saus – polyphonic overtone singing 1998. After the choral composition by Palestrina, soprano and bass part sung simultaneously.

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