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TRAN QUANG HAI will give 2 workshops of overtone singing at the 10 Internationale Stuttgarter Stimmtage, in STUTTGART, GERMANY , 10-12 October 2014

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TRAN QUANG HAI will give 2 workshops of overtone singing at the 10 Internationale Stuttgarter Stimmtage, in STUTTGART, GERMANY , 10-12 October 2014.
Dr. Yvonne Pröbstle : Projektleitung

http://www.internationale-stuttgarter-stimmtage.de/
http://www.internationale-stuttgarter-stimmtage.de/67-0-Dr-Tran-Quang-Hai.html
DR. TRAN QUANG HAI
OBERTONSINGEN
Obertonsingen Freitag, 10. Oktober, 14h00 – 16h00
Sonntag, 12. Oktober, 9h00 – 11h00
Hinweis: Der Workshop wird zweimal angeboten.Overtone singing is a type of singing which the singer produces two simultaneous sounds by manipulating the resonances or formants created as air travels from the lungs, past the vocal folds and out the lips to produce a melody. The partials (fundamental and overtones) of a sound wave made by the human voice can be selectively amplified by changing the shape of the resonant cavities of the mouth, larynx and pharynx. This resonant tuning allows the singer to create more than one pitch at the same time (the fundamental and a selected overtone). This practice can be found in Mongolia, Tuva and some Siberian countries.During the workshop of overtone singing, Dr. Tran Quang Hai will propose two techniques namely “one mouth cavity” and “two mouth cavities” he has invented after 45 years of throat voice research (since 1969). The use of the software “Overtone Analyzer” created by Wolfgang Saus and Bodö Maass (Germany) will help the participants to understand the harmonic spectra of what they sing. This is the audio-visual method applied for this workshop.
Tran Quang Hai, a talented and renowned musician who comes from a family of five generations of musicians had been working as an ethnomusicologist for the National Center for Scientific Research in France since 1968, attached to the Department of Ethnomusicology of the Musee de l’Homme. He is retired since May 2009.His field is Vietnamese music, Overtone singing in Siberia. He is a member of many international societies: Society for Ethnomusicology, ICTM (executive board member since 2005), Asian Music Society, French Society for Ethnomusicology (founding member), International Jew’s Harp Society (founding member), etc.He has published 23 records on Vietnamese music (from 1971 to 1997), 4 DVDs on overtone singing (2004, 2005, 2006), 2 DVDs on traditional music of Vietnam (2000, 2009), 1 DVD on his life by the Belgian TV Production (2005), articles in New Grove Dictionary Music and Musicians (1st– 1980 and 2nd (2001) editions), New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments (1984) and some few hundreds of articles in different countries.Recipient of the Medal of Cristal of the National Center for Scientific Research (France) in 1995, of the Medal of the Knight of the Legion of Honour (France) in 2002, and of the Medal of Honour of Work, Grand Gold category (France) in 2009.www.tranquanghai.info

Photo de Tran Quang Hai.
Photo de Tran Quang Hai.
Photo de Tran Quang Hai.
Photo de Tran Quang Hai.

ATELIER DE CHANT DIPHONIQUE AVEC TRAN QUANG HAÏ, CENTRE MANDAPA, 6 RUE WURTZ 75013 PARIS , 19 OCTOBRE 2014

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ATELIER DE CHANT DIPHONIQUE AVEC TRAN QUANG HAÏ, CENTRE MANDAPA, 6 RUE WURTZ 75013 PARIS , 19 OCTOBRE 2014

ATELIER au CENTRE MANDAPA

6 rue Wurtz, 75013 PARIS 

metro: GLACIERE (ligne 6)

Direction : Milena Salvini – 6, rue Wurtz – 75013 Paris – tél : 01 45 89 99 00 –centremandapa@yahoo.fr

Chant diphonique avec Tran Quang Haï

 
 

Tran Quang Haï

Les horaires :

Le prochain stage aura lieu le dimanche 19 octobre  2014 de 9h30 à 13h30.

Les tarifs :

45€, inscription nécessaire (centremandapa@yahoo.fr)
(réservation par chèque de 15 € d’arrhes à l’ordre de TRAN Quang Haï)

Le professeur : Tran Quang Haï

Musicien et musicologue est issu d’une famille d’éminents musiciens vietnamiens depuis cinq générations. Ethnomusicologue au CNRS et au Musée de l’Homme, son domaine de recherche est la musique vietnamienne, asiatique et le chant diphonique sibérien. Membre de nombreuses Sociétés scientifiques dans le domaine de l’ethnomusicologie, il se produit internationalement et dispense son enseignement. Il a publié 23 CD de musiques traditionnelles et reçu plusieurs distinctions : la médaille de Cristal du CNRS en 1955, celle de Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur en 2002 et celle d’Honneur du Travail (Grand Or) en 2009. Au Mandapa, Tran Quang Hai propose chaque année plusieurs sessions de chant diphonique. De janvier à mars 2014, il animera un cycle d’ateliers « Cuillers en concert ! » dans le cadre des ateliers soutenus par la Mairie de Paris.

http://tranquanghai.info/
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TRAN QUANG HAI EXPLIQUE LES HARMONIQUES EN FRANCAIS 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3kLKi6MhPo