71min Overtone Vocal Trance – The Harmonic God – feat. Simon Stockhausen and Vigor Calma
48,205 viewsJan 6, 201562717ShareSaveMiroslav Grosser – OvertoneSinger and VocalCoach 7.86K subscribers You can download this compilation and more music with overtones and e-violin on bandcamp https://miroslavgrosser.bandcamp.com/ All vocals in this soundtrack are sung by overtone singer Miroslav Grosser, Berlin, Germany http://www.stimmlabor.de/ next workshops for overtone singing: http://www.stimmlabor.de/obertongesan… In German only so far: Drei-Stunden-Online-Video-Lernkurs: “Die Magie des Obertongesangs – eine praktische Einführung ins vokale Obertonsingen” https://www.stimmlabor.de/obertongesa… Detailed information about every single part of “The Harmonic God”: *1* 00:00 to 05:10 min: Acappella overtone singing with sound effects (delay and reverb, no multitrack) *2* 05:10 to 16:27 min: Acappella overtone singing with sound effects (octaver and reverb, no multitrack) *3* 16:27 to 51:00 min: The electronic soundscapes in this part are created by Vigor Calma http://www.vigorcalma.com, but played here in slowmotion, the original track is available on the trance album “Liquefaction” by Empty Mint *4* 51:00 to 55:31 min: The composer of this part with samples and derivates of my harmonic singing is Simon Stockhausen http://www.simonstockhausen.com *5* 55:31 to 64:45 min: Acappella solo singing, taken from the album “Sunrise in my Mouth”, first published in 1999 *6* 64:45 to 68:13 min: Acappella solo singing of the Mantra AOUM with overtones in a big former water reservoir, no sound effects added *7* 68:13 to 71:41 min: Silence as one of the most important parts of music, especially AFTER listening CD´s and mp3 with overtone singing: https://www.stimmlabor.de/obertongesa…
Overtone Singing Duet: Natascha Nikeprelevic & Michael Vetter
124,942 viewsJan 4, 201099624ShareSaveNatascha Nikeprelevic 5.63K subscribers * Next Seminar 2021: Crystal-Clear Overtones – Voice as Instrument: August 17th – August 23rd. You are welcome to register. Info & Application here: http://monastery-of-music.acune.de/Se… Natascha Nikeprelevic and Michael Vetter are virtuosos at overtone singing. With their program “Okyo” (japanese. “prayer”) they show the sound dimensions between linguistic and instrumental overtone aspects. Vetter is a pioneer of western overtone-singing-music and he developed his overtone-vocal-techniques already in the late 60ties influenced by K. Stockhausen with whom he worked closely. One can say that all methods for overtone singing that are mainly used today are based on Vetter´s developed techniques. His systematic exercise instructions for overtone singing are published, among others, on the CD “Om – an overtone school” by Schott Verlag. Natascha is the master disciple of Michael Vetter and teaches overtone singing after his method (Teaching video and DVD: Dao of Overtone Singing:http://www.natascha-nikeprelevic.de/e…). Together they form the first explicit overtone singing duet using the Vetter-Style. Natascha Nikeprelevic artist-website: http://www.natascha-nikeprelevic.de/ facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Natascha.Nike… download music: http://nataschanike.bandcamp.com/ youtube-channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/mrUruguru
Kiva Simova: polyphonic overtone singing solo- Song for All Beings production
1,307 viewsDec 15, 2017143ShareSaveKiva Simova 72 subscribers Kiva Simova sings polyphonic overtone solo in production of Song for All Beings (Jennifer Berezan’s extravaganza) at Marin Civic Centre, San Rafael, CA, Feb 26, 2017. Video includes improv collaboration with Raz Kennedy. Backed by SFAB band and choir, led by don benedictson and Melanie DeMore.
7 years ago I hope the song stays here. I had the cd, given to me by Paul himself , where it ended up I do not know. But this song is so much everything to me about the love and memory of Paul Pena. thank you for uploading it 49
7 years ago One of the most beautiful sounds I have ever heard in my life. Paul was sheer genius to incorporate the throat singing notes into blues – who would have thought that?! Thank you for posting this and loved it!!!! 20
5 years ago R.I.P. Paul! For me you were/are! one of the real greatest voices of the last century! I am sure, now you kargyraa together with Kongar-Ol Ondar in heaven ! ! ! You’ll never be forgotten! 19
4 years ago This documentary is an absolute must watch. Paul Pena’s journey to Tuva, before he died, as a blind man alone is a magnificently humane story. His respect for the people, and they way they took to him because of his genuine interest in their music is very touching. For this journey alone, to a land that Richard Feynman dreamed of but never made it, Paul Pena should be remembered. When you respect another’s culture to immerse yourself in it, it is a mark of great respect and the re-making of a great human being. 37
10 years ago I was there, the only female foreigner to also perform at the Symposium. Paul was very humble and sweet. He actually was awarded an honorary prize for his kargyra. They treated him like royalty. If you’d like to know more, contact me for loads of info. 49
4 years ago Both these great artists have since died, unfortunately. They complemented each other well, with Kongar-ool Ondar specializing in the higher-pitched form of throat-singing called sygyt, and Paul Pena’s naturally deep voice lending itself to the kargyraa style. The announcer and sighted guide is none other than Dina Ivanovna Oyun, current Mayor of the Tuvan capital Kyzyl.
6,751 viewsFeb 24, 20171695ShareSavePaul Pena – Topic 252 subscribers Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Kongurey (Where Has My Country Gone?) · Paul Pena · Kongar-ol Ondar Genghis Blues ℗ 2000 Genghis Blues Music Released on: 2000-11-07 Auto-generated by YouTube.