Category Archives: GERMANY

canon in overtonesinging by Wolfgang Saus & Anna-Maria Hefele


canon in overtonesinging by Wolfgang Saus & Anna-Maria Hefele


Published on Aug 8, 2017

famous canon sung by Wolfgang Saus & Anna-Maria Hefele at the International Congress of Voice Teachers in Stockholm, 2017. Wolfgang Saus: Anna-Maria Hefele: ICVT: cought on tape by Lisa Popeil 😉



Ode an die Freude …auf sechs Obertönen


Ode an die Freude …auf sechs Obertönen

Published on Mar 7, 2008 Der ObertonsĂ€nger Miroslav Großer singt als Zugabe bei einem Konzert in Berlin die berĂŒhmte Melodie der Ode an die Freude von Ludwig van Beethoven auf einem stabilen Grundton mit sechs Obertönen. NĂ€chste Workshops fĂŒr westlichen Obertongesang: in Berlin: 19. MĂ€rz, 25. Juni, 24. Sept., 26. Nov. 2016 in Hamburg: 29. Mai, 6. Nov 2016 CDÂŽs und mp3 mit Obertongesang (inklusive Lern-CD):… Alles Gute fĂŒr Sie und Ihre Stimme wĂŒnscht mit klangvollen GrĂŒĂŸen Miroslav Großer

How to amplify your OVERTONES: Part 2/2


How to amplify your OVERTONES: Part 2/2

Uploaded on Aug 9, 2011…
workshops and concerts worldwide…
CD “Sounds of Light – Overtone Singing Solo”

lessons in Berlin or per phone/skype:…

Alle Workshops zum Erlernen des westlichen Obertongesangs
findest Du unter…

How to sing OVERTONES: Part 1/2


How to sing OVERTONES: Part 1/2

CD “Sounds of Light – Overtone Singing Solo”…

more about Miroslav Grosser and his vocal art:…

individual sessions in english in Berlin or per phone/skype
overtone/nada yoga workshops and concerts worldwide

additional information to sing the vowel technique:
1. Relax
2. Hum a steady base note and allow the vibration to spread out through your whole body
3. Choose a vowel and sing it loud and strong, but relaxed
4. Practise to change one vowel into another in a gliding manner (try different vowels)
5. Go back and forth between u and e so slow as you can and listen carefully to the stepwise change of the sound
6. Try to reduce the speed more and more to hear the
subtle jumps of the harmonics better and better
7. Stop the flow of time like a film and sing a steady base note AND a steady overtone in the same time
8. Try to reproduce the changing of harmonics in small steps to learn the natural scale of harmonics
9. Start to sing little melodies with the overtones
10. Try to change the base note during singing overtones

PS: There are techniques to amplify the loudness of the overtones. I recommend to learn this vowel based technique at first to get better results.

lessons in Berlin or per phone/skype:…

With best regards
Miroslav Grosser

AlienVoices – organs a capella, GERMANY


AlienVoices – organs a capella

Ajoutée le 5 juil. 2016

AlienVoices – Kolja Simon and Felix Mönnich
polyphonic overtone- and throatsinging

mongolian and tuvan throat singing, khoomei, sygyt, kargyraa, polyphonic overtone singing, beatbox, Obertongesang, Kehlgesang

Kolja Simon and Felix Mönnich founded AlienVoices in 2006. They combine their
overtone and throat singing with electronic music and tribal beats.

(sygyt, khoomei, kargyraa, katajjaq, mongolian & tuvan throatsinging, mongolischer Kehlkopfgesang, polyphoner Obertongesang, Inuit Kehlgesang, human beatbox, sounds of nature, construction machinery, harmonic chanting, polyphonic singing, mouth percussion, alien voices, synthesizers)
Pour les demandes d’informations commerciales :
Pays : Allemagne

Wolfgang Saus live in Munich


Wolfgang Saus live in Munich

Mise en ligne le 7 déc. 2009

Wolfgang Saus live in Munich at the premiere of the movie Trailer “Raum Klang Stimme – A Quest for the Origin of Harmonics”, a film documentary about overtone singing and harmonics… by Minghao Xu. A concert of Klang der Stille

SVEN GRAWUNDER:On the Physiology of Voice Pro duction in South-Sib erian Throat Singing Analysis of SVEN GRANWULLERS: Acoustic and Electrophysiological Evidence

On the Physiology of Voice Production in South Siberian Throat Singing / Analysis of Acoustic and Electrophysiological Evidence
Stimmpro duktion
zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades der Philosophie (Dr. phil.) vorgelegt der philosophischen
FakultÀt der Martin-Luther-UniversitÀt Halle-Wittenb erg Fachb ereich Musik-, Sp ort-
und Sprechwissenschaft von
Sven Grawunder
geb. 02.07.1971, in Halle a.d.Saale
Datum der Einreichung: 13.05.2005

I’m a research fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. There I’m basically working on phonetics and phonology of a number of languages, especially from the Caucasus, Siberia, India, Southern Africa and Argentina. But recently I started doing research on the phonetics of human primates (chimps & bonobos).




What am I doing?

In general …

  • I’m eager to learn about modelling language change driven by language contact, social structures and geography
  • I’m deeply interested in voice, voice perception and voice production from an evolutionary, behavioral and cultural perspective
  • I’m deeply interested in the mechanisms of sound change and language involving acquisition, learning and accommodatin
  • I enjoy doing field work e.g. in language documentation projects, and such engaged in documenting endangered languages
  • I’m eager to learn more about specific phonetic details in individual languages, such as
    • Ket (Yeniseic, Central Siberia)
    • Tsez, Bezhta, Hinuqh, Dargi, Lezgi, Chamalal, Avar, Chechen, Ingush (Nakh-Dagestanian, North-East Caucasus), Georgian (Kartvelian),
    • Gta’, Bonda (Munda, India)
    • Hoocaak (Sioux, USA)
    • German (especially Thuringian-Saxonian varieties)
    • Taa (Tuu (KhoiSan))
    • Kurmanji Kurdish (Iranian, Turkey/Armenia/Iraq/Azerbaidjan/Iran/…)
    • Yoruba (Niger-Kongo), Oko, Ebira (Atlantic-Congo)
    • Vilela (Lule-Vilela)
    • Welsh (Celtic)

overtone singing- lesson 3: filtering the overtones by Anna-Maria Hefele


Published on Apr 7, 2015

Anna-Maria Hefele | http://www.anna-maria-hefele.com
Video by Thomas Radlwimmer |

my EP “SWEVEN” is ready, get it here!…

next step in overtone singing technique- the very important basic in getting strong overtones. It requires quite some practise, but it’s important to work on that.