TUTORIAL CANTO ARMONICO (difonico): Lezione 2 – EAR TRAINING con Giovanni Bortoluzzi

TUTORIAL CANTO ARMONICO (difonico): Lezione 2 – EAR TRAINING con Giovanni Bortoluzzi

3,638 views•Nov 15, 2016 106 0 Share SaveGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1.66K subscribers Lezione 3 qui: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lF7kH… A gran richiesta, pubblico questo video in cui faccio sentire con degli esempi il mio metodo per familiarizzare con la serie armonica naturale, e conseguentemente sviluppare la capacità di riconoscerne e selezionarne gli armonici, attraverso la tecnica a due cavità, o tecnica della L. Grazie a tutti coloro che vorranno lasciare un feedback o che vorranno iscriversi al mio canale!

Tutorial CANTO ARMONICO DIFONICO ( Overtone Singing ) : lezione 1 con Giovanni Bortoluzzi

Tutorial CANTO ARMONICO DIFONICO ( Overtone Singing ) : lezione 1 con Giovanni Bortoluzzi

1,1 k 10 Partager EnregistrerGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1,66 k abonnés Nuovo canale YT, con nuovi tutorial sul Canto Difonico! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjNY… Esercizio preparatorio – passare dalle vocali U – I , I – U 1° step: suono “Nnn” con forte risonanza in maschera. 2° step: suono “Nnn” + posizione lingua ad “L” (non nasale!) 3° step: aggiungere vocali U-O-E-I mantenendo lingua sul palato. Lezione 2: cliccare qui: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPPqm…

Overtone Analyzer FREE edition – TUTORIAL in ITALI

Overtone Analyzer FREE edition – TUTORIAL in ITALI

1 481 vues•28 juin 2015 24 0 Partager EnregistrerGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1,66 k abonnés Con questo breve tutorial vi mostro come utilizzare l’overtone analyzer per studiare il canto armonico.

canto difonico Tuvano – Dag Kargyraa (throat singing – sub harmonic singing)

canto difonico Tuvano – Dag Kargyraa (throat singing – sub harmonic singing)

99 168 vues•18 oct. 2015 1,3 k 25 Partager EnregistrerGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1,66 k abonnés For more, visit https://www.jaro.de/artists/huun-huur… Kaigal-ool Khovalyg performing a Dag Kargyraa Solo during the Huun Huur Tu concert at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California November 18, 2008 At 3:00 he sings the famous Tuvan melody “Artii Sayir”. Drone is Bb1 (false folds) Normal voice is Bb2 (vocal folds)

Kargyraa & Sygyt – Canto Difonico Tuvano – Throat Singing/Overtones – Canto armonico by Giovanni Bortoluzzi

Kargyraa & Sygyt – Canto Difonico Tuvano – Throat Singing/Overtones – Canto armonico by Giovanni Bortoluzzi

2 210 vues•23 déc. 2018 95 0 Partager EnregistrerGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1,66 k abonnés Mirabile acustica all’ingresso della biblioteca di San Domenico, a Bologna. Stili di canto difonico: Kargyraa & Sygyt (Tuva) Per info su lezioni/corsi: sherden.oc@gmail.com Prossimo corso in Sardegna: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gQHK… Some nice acoustics in Bologna, at San Domenico’s library entrance. Throat singing styles: Kargyraa & Sygyt (Tuva) Seguitemi anche su facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Giovanni.Bor… e Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/giovanni_bo… Wöh!

O virtus Sapientiae – Hildegard von Bingen by Anna Maria Hefele

O virtus Sapientiae – Hildegard von Bingen by Anna Maria Hefele

6,138 views•Dec 6, 2019 572 8 Share SaveAnna-Maria Hefele 78.3K subscribers Anna-Maria Hefele – voice Tomek Kolczynski – electronics Giuseppe Lomeo – guitar We’re happy to perform at your festival, venue or event, please get in touch: booking@anna-maria-hefele.com video by Thomas Radlwimmer © 2019 O virtus Sapientie, que circuiens circuisti, comprehendendo omnia in una via que habet vitam, tres alas habens, quarum una in altum volat et altera de terra sudat et tercia undique volat. Laus tibi sit, sicut te decet, O Sapientia. O Wisdom’s energy! Whirling, you encircle and everything embrace in the single way of life. Three wings you have: one soars above into the heights, one from the earth exudes, and all about now flies the third. Praise be to you, as is your due, O Wisdom. This project is about the compositions by Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179). The music is arranged by us with our individual artistic approach and with the technical possibilities of the 21st century. The program is a mixture between the original music by Hildegard von Bingen and our own compositions, as well as free improvisations involving various field recordings from the streets of Palermo. Hildegard was born in 1098 is the small town of Bermersheim in the diocese of Mainz. She was the tenth child of Hildebert, a lesser noble in service to the count of Sponheim, and his wife, Mechtild. When Hildegard was 8 years old, she was enclosed with Jutta von Sponheim as an anchoress at the Benedictine monastery of Disibodenberg. As magistra, Jutta taught Hildegard to read Latin and sing from the Psalter. Hildegard took her vows as a Benedictine nun sometime around 1112. In the next 25 years, more women joined their community. When Jutta died in 1136, Hildegard was elected magistra. In 1141, Hildegard began having her first serious visions which God commanded her to write down. This work is known as Scivias (Know the Ways). According to Hildegard’s Uita, Pope Eugenius III endorsed her visions at the Synod of Trier 1147/48. In 1150, Hildegard founded her own convent at Rupertsberg followed by a second convent at Eibingen in 1163. It is during this time that Hildegard produced the majority of her works including her correspondence and preaching tours. Hildegard died on 17 of September 1179. (see: http://www.hildegard-society.org) Anna-Maria Hefele: https://anna-maria-hefele.com/ Tomek Kolczynski: http://www.kold.ch/ Giuseppe Lomeo: https://www.facebook.com/giuseppe.lom… Filmmaker Thomas Radlwimmer: https://radlwimmer.at/thomas