Learn how to do overtone singing with Susana Calvo

Learn how to do overtone singing with Susana Calvo

Published on Nov 6, 2014

A basic how to demo on how to create an overtone sound / this is where you sing two notes at once. While sustaining one fundamental note and then controlling your overtones to come through to create a second note and with practice sing scales with your overtones. This is my way of demonstrating this technique without any formal training. I have been practising every day as a way of meditation and sound healing and it has worked wonders for me so far. If you enjoy please like and feel free to subscribe to my channel where it will inspire me to post more videos. Inspiration this far have been people like Anna-Maria Hefele and Nestor Kornblum and miroslav grosser … Check them out 🙂 I hope you all enjoy and slow and steady wins the race lol enjoy :). If you want to hear me sing the song from the titanic movie my heart will go on by Celine Dion , half singing and half overtone singing click here: https://soundcloud.com/susana-calvo-1… on #SoundCloud like my Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/Soundcrinicity

Oh Death (ancient Western ballad w/ throat singing)

Oh Death (ancient Western ballad w/ throat singing)

Published on Nov 1, 2008

Luke and Kyle Abbott (of AbbottFamilyBlog.com) sing ‘Oh Death’, a song dating back to the 1600s which was featured in, “Oh Brother Where Art Thou?” Our version is based off of both Dock Boggs’ 1928 recording and one from the New Lost City Ramblers. Kyle uses Tuvan Throat Singing for the voice of Death. This was recorded on Halloween 2008. Watch it at night in full screen mode for full effect. 🙂

How To Sing Overtones Throat Singing with Alex Glenfield Ph.D.

How To Sing Overtones Throat Singing with Alex Glenfield Ph.D.

Published on Jan 6, 2019

Here is an extended tutorial on how to begin a singing, overtone singing, and throat singing practice. I remain available for consultations and lessons via SKYPE. Please send an email of inquiry to alexglenfield (at) hotmail.com

Natascha’s Dao of Overtone Singing

Natascha’s Dao of Overtone Singing

Published on Sep 17, 2009

With this Dao, Overtone Singing is made easy by Natascha Nikeprelevic. A true disciple of Michael Vetter, Natascha revealed in this documentary excerpt the four secret routes to the world of overtones: U – O – A; U – Yu – I; O – er – I; and A – a – ei – I. Yes, with this method everyone can enjoy his/her rich overtones!

TRAN QUANG HAI / WORKSHOP DI CANTO ARMONICO (OVERTONE SINGING), CATANIA, SICILIA, ITALIA, 22 june and 23 june 2019 from 16h to 19h

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MARRANZANO WORLD FEST
10ª edizione Suoni Nomadi
Catania, Monastero dei Benedettini 20-23 giugno 2019

Ecco l’evento dedicato al workshop di Tran Quang Hai!
Passaparola!!

Voici l’événement dédié à l’atelier de Tran Quang Hai !
Bouche à oreille !!

Samedi 22 juin 2019, 16:00
Monastero dei Benedettini di San Nicolò l’Arena – Catania
5 participant(s) · 52 intéressé(s)

MARRANZANO WORLD FEST
10ª edizione Suoni Nomadi
Catania, Monastero dei Benedettini 20-23 giugno 2019

Laboratorio di CANTO ARMONICO (OVERTONE SINGING) con Tran Quang Hai (Vietnam)
Sab 22 e dom 23/06, ore 16:00-19:00

POSTI LIMITATI

Durata laboratorio: 6 ore
Contributo di partecipazione: €60/50
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INFO & ISCRIZIONI: workshop@marranzanoworldfest.org
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TRAN QUANG HAI, polistrumentista ed etnomusicologo vietnamita, è riconosciuto a livello internazionale come un grande maestro ed un pioniere nella ricerca sul Canto Armonico Difonico anche noto come overtone singing.

E’ un grande piacere ed onore averlo nuovamente tra gli ospiti del Marranzano World Fest!

Il laboratorio è adatto per cantanti, musicisti, attori, insegnanti, ed in generale per chiunque voglia espandere la conoscenza della propria voce portandola ad un livello di consapevolezza superiore.

TRAN QUANG HAI, Vietnamese multi-instrumentalist and ethnomusicologist, is internationally recognized as a great teacher and a pioneer in research on Harmonic Difonico Chant also known as overtone singing.

It is a great pleasure and honor to have him again among the guests
of the Marranzano World Fest!

The laboratory is suitable for singers, musicians, actors, teachers,
and in general for anyone who wants to expand their knowledge of their voice to a higher level of awareness.


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Negli ultimi 40 anni si sono prodotte un numero considerevole di ricerche riguardo il peculiare fenomeno vocale noto come canto armonico, in particolare sulle modalità con le quali esso è praticato in Mongolia e a Tuva. Tran Quang Hai è tra i pionieri di questo studio e della sua diffusione, insegnando questo metodo fin dagli anni ’60, e annoverando tra i suoi allievi anche il compianto Demetrio Stratos

Il canto armonico, anche noto come canto difonico o overtone singing, è un insieme di tecniche vocali che permettono di far emergere gli armonici naturali della voce. Ne consegue che una sola persona può emettere contemporaneamente da due a tre note armoniche diverse.

Tran Quang Hai, polistrumentista ed etnomusicologo, nel 1970 ha trovato la chiave per la tecnica del canto armonico e durante il suo workshop per il MWF 2019 darà ai partecipanti la sua “ricetta” che aiuta chiunque a fare il primo passo per cantare gli armonici.

 

In the last 40 years a considerable number of researches have been produced concerning the peculiar vocal phenomenon known as harmonic singing, in particular on the modalities with which it is practiced in Mongolia and Tuva.

Tran Quang Hai is one of the pioneers of this study and its dissemination, teaching this method since the 1960s, and including
the late Demetrio Stratos among his students.

Harmonic chant, also known as the sonic song or overtone singing, is
a set of vocal techniques that allow the natural harmonics of the voice
to emerge. It follows that a single person can simultaneously
emit two
to three different harmonic notes. Tran Quang Hai,
multi instrumentalist and ethnomusicologist, found the key to the harmonic singing technique in 1970 and during his workshop for the MWF 2019 he will give the participants his “recipe” that helps anyone
take the first step to sing the harmonics.

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Photos by Renè Purpura (Marranzano World Festival 2013)