Category Archives: GERMANY

In Memory of Michael Vetter (1943-2013) I 費特大師的泛唱工作坊

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Published on Jan 8, 2014

A great music master, Michael Vetter came to Taipei National University of Arts in 2005 to give workshops and performances of his overtone works. He enjoyed this encounter a lot and had left an impact on the arts students and overtone lovers of Taiwan.

Overtone Singing Duet: Natascha Nikeprelevic & Michael Vetter , GERMANY

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Uploaded on Jan 3, 2010

Natascha Nikeprelevic and Michael Vetter are virtuoso at overtone singing. With their program Okyo they show the sound dimensions between linguistic and instrumental overtone aspects.

Similar Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvN5C_…

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Natascha Nikeprelevic ENCORE Overtone Aria: Towards the Light, GERMANY

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Published on Dec 31, 2014

Overtone Singing for voice a cappella: Towards the Light (Hinwendung zum Licht).
Nataschas “Overtone Aria” is the ENCORE scene of a full lengh evening performance she gave at Silent Art Festival in 2008. Enjoy also the scene before this one named “overtone aria part1” here on youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1T3Q…

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ANNA-MARIA HEFELE , from WIKIPEDIA

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Anna-Maria Hefele

anna maria hefele

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anna-Maria Hefele is a German overtone singer. Hefele is from Grafing near Munich.[1]

This technique of singing polyphonic overtones is also known as “throat singing,” and Hefele has been practicing it since 2005.[2]

There are several styles of overtone singing found around the world. Canadian Inuit and several forms displayed in Mongolia and surrounding regions are the most recognized. Hefele’s style is culturally practiced in the small region of Tuva. This whistling vocal version is called sygyt.[3]

The Huffington Post has commented on her “amazing ability” and her singing being “utterly bizarre”.[4] On 10 October 2014, she was number two on The Guardian’s Viral Video Chart.

One online video Polyphonic Overtone Singing[1] features Hefele as she demonstrates and explains overtones. As of December 2014, this video has received over 7 million hits.[5]

References

  1. Jump up^ “Obertonsängerin Anna-Maria Hefele Eine Stimme wie nicht von dieser Welt”. Br.de. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  2. Jump up^ Fitzharris, Mia. “Throat Singer’s Performance Goes Viral”. Yahoo News. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  3. Jump up^ Christopher Hooton (6 October 2014). This woman singing multiple notes at once is a total ‘I didn’t even know humans could do that’ moment. The Independent. Accessed October 2014.
  4. Jump up^ “German Musician Anna-Maria Hefele Demonstrates Polyphonic Overtone Singing, And It’s Amazing”. Huffington Post. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  5. Jump up^ Perraudin, Frances (10 October 2014). “Viral Video Chart”. The Guardian. Retrieved 12 October 2014.

Polyphonic Overtone Singing-Anna-Maria Hefele: [2]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna-Maria_Hefele