Monthly Archives: May 2016

Wolfgang Saus live in Munich

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Wolfgang Saus live in Munich

Mise en ligne le 7 déc. 2009

Wolfgang Saus http://www.oberton.org 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 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwtUqs… by Minghao Xu. A concert of Klang der Stille http://www.klangderstille.com

Look inside the head of a opera singer as he performs Wagner

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Look inside the head of a opera singer as he performs Wagner

Published on May 5, 2016

Look inside the head of a opera singer as he performs Wagner
This incredible MRI scan from the Universitatsklinikum Freiburg shows the head of an opera singer as he performs Wagner.
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How the Human Voice Works – Anatomy Diagram and Live Action Fusion – Silent Action 1920s

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How the Human Voice Works – Anatomy Diagram and Live Action Fusion – Silent Action 1920s

Published on Jan 6, 2015

Human Voice – The larynx, voicebox, vocal chords – how they work.
Animation showing resonance for different speech patterns as they are vocalized. 1920s Animation and Action overlay.

 

View into an Overtone Singer (Wolfgang SAUS)

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View into an Overtone Singer(Wolfgang SAUS)

Published on May 19, 2016

“Freude schöner Götterfunken” (Ode to Joy) in overtone singing style by Wolfgang Saus.

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What you see in this amazing dynamic MRI (MRT) is the tongue movement building up double resonances along the melody line of Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy”. Overtone singing is based on bringing together the second and third resonance frequency of the vocal trakt (also referred to as “formants”) on one frequency to enhance the loudness of a single overtone in the vocal sound spectrum. The second formant is controlled by the root of the tongue together with the epiglottis. The third formant is ruled by the space under the tongue, which is bigger than it seems in the video. Overtone singing is a constantly fine adjustment of the two resonance cavities.

It’s not easy to record (and sing) sound in the very noisy environment of a MRT (MRI). The team in Freiburg developed highly specialized equipment for recording and filtering. Nevertheless, the sound is of course not HiFi.

MRT footage with kind permission and many thanks to:
University Medical Center Freiburg
Medical Physics Dept. of Radiology &
Institut for Musicians’ Medicine
http://fim.mh-freiburg.de/
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Richter
Prof. Dr. Dr. Jürgen Hennig
Prof. Dr. Matthias Echternach
2015

How to practice Gyuke. Attention! Video contains English subtitles

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How to practice Gyuke. Attention! Video contains English subtitles

Ajoutée le 8 mai 2016

Gyuke is style of tibetan sacred throat sining. Attention! Video contains English subtitles. If you have benefited, you can support the project – https://www.paypal.me/Utukin or zosimma@gmail.com

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