Some Khöömii, Khoomei, Overtone Singing Links and Related Sites, established by Steve SKLAR before 2000

Some Khöömii, Khoomei, Overtone Singing Links and Related Sites

This info was send to me by Steve Sklar who set up the Khoo-maniacs EZ board. Please check out all these sites. If you wish to tell me of more sites I will add them. Email me at ormi_khoomii@yahoo.com to do this


Khoo-Maniacs EZ Board: The place to discuss and work on khoomei and all forms of harmonic singing!

Big Sky MP3 Page: There are 3 mp3 songs here with examples of my khoomei: “Siberia,” “Fire in the Water,” and “Far Away.”

Huun-Huur-Tu: Ingrid Verhamme’s excellent site about the premier Tuvan ensemble. Bios, pics, tour info, links, and more!

Mark von Tongeren: Mark is a fine overtone and khoomei singer, and author of Overtone Singing.

Tran Quang Hai: Site of one of the pioneer researchers of overtone singing and vituoso Jaw Harpist, with many links : https://www.tranquanghaisworldthroatsinging.com ; https://www.haidiphonie.com

Arjuna Overtone singer and teacher in Berkely, CA

Jonathan Goldman: Boulder, CO based overtone singer and President of Sound Healers Association

Tarbagan: Fine Japanese khoomei duo

Michael Ormiston: Michael’s web site is the best I’ve seen about Mongolian Throat-Singing.

Paul Pena: Blues singer, throat-singer and star of “Genghis Blues”

Genghis Blues: Web site for the documentary film about Paul Pena’s 1995 trip to Tuva

Yat-Kha: Excellent Tuvan ensemble led by Albert Kuvezin, a founding member of HHT

Jim Cole: Overtone singer Jim Cole and his group Spectral Voices have a several recordings here..

Friends of Tuva: The first and most comprehensive site for all things Tuvan

The Tuva Trader Online: Looking for the right gift for your favorite Tuvaphile?

Oberton Seiten: Wolfgang Saus’ Overtone Singing Site (in German)

Avant@rt – The place for Jazz, Theater, Russia, China and more….

Discography of Mongolian, Siberian, and Tuvan Music. From FoT

Cedip Tur: Khoomei, Finnish style

Finnish Throat-Singing Society

Tyva Kyzy Meaning “Tuvan Girl,” a name suggested by khoomei great Khunashtaar-ool Oorzhak, this is an all-female Tuvan group.

Hosoo: Mongolian Khoomei Singer

Scientific American Article on Throat-Singing: Interesting piece by Ted Levin and Michael Edgerton (English Version)

Christian Bollmann’s Overtone Choir: German and English pages

Leonardo Fuchs: Brazillian harmonic singer and researcher

David Hykes and the Harmonic Choir: Web home of David Hykes, one of the earliest pioneers of western overtone singing. Bios, pics, CD sales, and more

Pure Nature Music: Interesting khoomei site with several artists

Sainkho Namtchylak: Incredible female singer from Tuva

Totem People’s Preservation Site: Preserving threatened Central Asian cultures

Michael Vetter: Veteran overtone singer (in German)

La Voix Duphoiques: Overtone ensemble (in French)

Ken Hyder: Shamanic jazz, with throat-singing, yeah!

Stuart Hinds: American harmonic singer specializing in contrapuntal music

Namgar: Buryat-Mongol music

Overtone Series: Time to brush up on harmonic theory?

Overtone Report: Interesting article on overtone singing

Vershki da Koreshki: Interesting ensemble; Tuvan master singer Kaigal-ool Khovalyg of HHT is part-time member

Mystical Arts of Tibet: Site for performing monks that tour the world

Welcome to Tuva: Interesting Tuvan web site

Chanting: Not necessarily harmonic, but interesting

Tenoresgoine: Sardinian Ensemble

Khoomei Center, Kyzl Tuva: Site by Zoya Kyrgys, director of “International Scientific Centre Khoomei” (in Russian)

http://www.soundtransformations.co.uk/KhoomeiLinksandRelateSites.htm

ARTICLES ON OVERTONE SINGING established by Michael Ormiston in 2004, UK

Carol Pegg’s articles on Khöömii

Khöömii nomination extract for UNSECO Intangible Cultural Heritage 2010

Scientific American Article September 1999

The Chöömij of Mongolia A Spectral Analysis of Overtone Singing by Ronald Walcott 1974

Original Research and Acoustical Analysis in connection with the Xöömij Style of Biphonic Singing Tran Quang Hai and Denis Guillou, Paris 1980

A Two Voiced Song With No Words by Lauri Harvilahti circa 1981

Tuvin Folk Music by A. N. Aksenov, Tuvinskaia Narodnaia Muzyka (Moscow, 1964)

Analysis of Acoustical Features of Biphonic Singing Voices Male and Female Xöömij and Male Steppe Kargiraa  By Takeda, Shoichi and Muraoka, Teruo

Why Do We Perceive Two Tones Simultaneously In Xoomij Mongolian Traditional Singing? By MasashiYamada

Synthesis of the laryngeal source of throat singing using a 2×2-mass model Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Hiroshi Imagawa, Seiji Niimi, Naotoshi Osaka

Physical Modelling of the vocal tract of a Sygyt singer by Chen-Gia Tsai

Perception of Overtone Singing by Chen-Gia Tsai

Kargyraa and meditation by Chen-Gia Tsai

Growl Voice in Ethnic and Pop Styles Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Leonardo Fuks, Hiroshi Imagawa, Niro Tayama 2004

False vocal fold surface waves during Sygyt singing: A hypothesis Chen-Gia Tsai, Yio-Wha Shau, and Tzu-Yu Hsiao

False Vocal Fold Surface Waves During Sygyt Singing: a theoretical study by Chen-Gia Tsai

The Effect of the Hypopharyngeal and Supra-Glottic Shapes on The Singing Voice
Hiroshi Imagawa, Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Niro Tayama, Seiji Niimi, 2003


The Laryngeal Flow model for Pressed-Type Singing Voices
Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Hiroshi Imagawa, Seiji Niimi, Naotoshi Osaka 2006

Observation of Laryngeal Movements for Throat Singing. Vibrations of two pairs of folds in the human larynx
Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Tomoko Konishi, Emi Zuiki Murano, Hiroshi Imagawa, Masanobu Kumada, Kazumasa Kondo, and Seiji Niimi
December 2002

Altai Khangai Ensemble info on Khöömii from the net
 Zulsar on Khöömii from the Net
 
Page one of some Mongolian CD’s Featuring khöömii with track listings and liner notes
 
Page two of some Mongolian CD’s Featuring khöömii with track listings and liner notes
 
Page three of Some Mongolian CD’s found on the net
 
An Incomplete List of recorded Mongolian khöömii singers, click on letters
A to F                        G to R                      S to Z
 
Magic of Tone and the Art of Music by the late Dane Rhudyar
This is a very interesting extract about the Harmonic series from the now out of print book

 
Some Khöömii, Khoomei, Overtone Singing Links and Related Sites now mainly out of date will update soon

http://www.soundtransformations.co.uk/Khoomiinewmain.htm

Soundtransformations, Michael Ormiston & Candida Valentino Web Pages / Mongolian Khöömii Singing Papers, Singers and Recordings, UK

Soundtransformations, Michael Ormiston & Candida Valentino Web Pages

Mongolian Khöömii Singing Papers, Singers and Recordings

CANDIDA VALENTINO & MICHAEL ORMISTON

There have been many explanations of khöömii that I have come across over the years. I will attempt to point to the main contributors and sources. My own studies brought me to Mongolia in 1993/4/7 and 2000/5/6 and I have interviewed attended and set up workshops with Gereltsogt (London 1993) and Tserendavaa (Europe 2002) that gave me further insight. This page is still under construction and will be updated as I find time to put more information on. If you would like to send me any information regarding Mongolian khöömii and if any Mongolian khöömii singers would like their own page on this site then please email me at  ormi_khoomii@yahoo.com

Calender Workshop/Therapy Individual Lessons Info CD/DVDs Film Clips Collaborations & Previous Projects Biography Concert info TV Film Radio Other  CDs Mongolian Music Mongolian Khöömii Singers & Info Home PageCarol Pegg’s articles on Khöömii Khöömii nomination extract for UNSECO Intangible Cultural Heritage 2010 Scientific American Article September 1999 The Chöömij of Mongolia A Spectral Analysis of Overtone Singing by Ronald Walcott 1974 Original Research and Acoustical Analysis in connection with the Xöömij Style of Biphonic Singing Tran Quang Hai and Denis Guillou, Paris 1980 A Two Voiced Song With No Words by Lauri Harvilahti circa 1981 Tuvin Folk Music by A. N. Aksenov, Tuvinskaia Narodnaia Muzyka (Moscow, 1964) Analysis of Acoustical Features of Biphonic Singing Voices Male and Female Xöömij and Male Steppe Kargiraa  By Takeda, Shoichi and Muraoka, Teruo Why Do We Perceive Two Tones Simultaneously In Xoomij Mongolian Traditional Singing? By MasashiYamada Synthesis of the laryngeal source of throat singing using a 2×2-mass model Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Hiroshi Imagawa, Seiji Niimi, Naotoshi Osaka Physical Modelling of the vocal tract of a Sygyt singer by Chen-Gia Tsai Perception of Overtone Singing by Chen-Gia Tsai Kargyraa and meditation by Chen-Gia Tsai Growl Voice in Ethnic and Pop Styles Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Leonardo Fuks, Hiroshi Imagawa, Niro Tayama 2004 False vocal fold surface waves during Sygyt singing: A hypothesis Chen-Gia Tsai, Yio-Wha Shau, and Tzu-Yu Hsiao False Vocal Fold Surface Waves During Sygyt Singing: a theoretical study by Chen-Gia Tsai The Effect of the Hypopharyngeal and Supra-Glottic Shapes on The Singing Voice Hiroshi Imagawa, Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Niro Tayama, Seiji Niimi, 2003 The Laryngeal Flow model for Pressed-Type Singing Voices Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Hiroshi Imagawa, Seiji Niimi, Naotoshi Osaka 2006 Observation of Laryngeal Movements for Throat Singing. Vibrations of two pairs of folds in the human larynx Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, Tomoko Konishi, Emi Zuiki Murano, Hiroshi Imagawa, Masanobu Kumada, Kazumasa Kondo, and Seiji Niimi
December 2002
Altai Khangai Ensemble info on Khöömii from the net  Zulsar on Khöömii from the Net   Page one of some Mongolian CD’s Featuring khöömii with track listings and liner notes   Page two of some Mongolian CD’s Featuring khöömii with track listings and liner notes   Page three of Some Mongolian CD’s found on the net   An Incomplete List of recorded Mongolian khöömii singers, click on letters A to F                        G to R                      S to Z   Magic of Tone and the Art of Music by the late Dane Rhudyar
This is a very interesting extract about the Harmonic series from the now out of print book
  Some Khöömii, Khoomei, Overtone Singing Links and Related Sites now mainly out of date will update soon  
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http://www.soundtransformations.co.uk/Khoomiinewmain.htm

sounds of healing, BELGIUM

overtone singing – throat singing
  nMark van Tongeren – Nederland
Borg Diem Groeneveld – Nederland
Rollin Rachele – USA
Sound Transformations – UK: Candida Valentino and Michael Ormiston
Marcus Riccabona – Austria: Obertonklangraum
Thomas Heinrich Schmöckel – Deutschland: Obertonsingen, die Kraft der Obertöne
David Hykes and the Harmonic Choir – Paris/New York: The universe of Harmonic Chant
Jill Purce – U.K.: the healing voice
Thomas Clements – France: Voix et musiques du monde
Sed Free: Khoomei lessons online !!!
Khoomei.com – USA: International Association for Harmonic Singing. All you want to know about Khoomei is probably here
Scientific American’s article: This article is a good explaination of khoomei. It contains various sounds, showing various khoomei techniques
Tuvan Throat Singing – yahoo group: In this group, all the khoomei fanatics discuss and share. A great resource, with lots of links
Huun Huur Tu: The Huun Huur Tu official website
Koumbus.fi: here you find all the voices catagorized, Kagyraa, Khoomei, Khorekteer, Sygyt, Chylandyk
Friends of Tuva: portal site for the music of Tuva
Tarbagan: About musicians who spend most of their time singing, and looking for new and strange sounds or tunes that have evolved from other animals.
Oberton.org – Deutschland: Die Oberton Seiten
Spectral Voices: Jim Cole & Spectral Voices’ ethereal spacemusic features harmonic overtone singing, aka throat singing, overtone chant, harmonic chanting, etc.
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Goanna
Charlie McMahon
Didgeridoo magazin
Didgeworld
Blue Lighthouse – Loppem
sound healing – music therapy
Anam Cara – Lier
Aream – Bruxelles
Arpsicor – Bruxelles
Blue Lighthouse – Loppem
Coolcompany
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DragonTurtle – Vilvoorde
Energy Therapy – Antwerpen
Kristalklank – Kumtich
Terry Oldfield – Australia
Resonance Yoga & Healing Sound – Australia
Bernard Tabanous
The Moment – Denmark
Tomatis
Greet Tomsin – Maaseik
Une note pour chacun – Bruxelles
Veronique Van Moortel – Brugge
Chris James – Australia
Scott Eggert – USA
courses – workshops
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INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR HARMONIC SINGING – ADVISORY BOARD (2002), USA

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR HARMONIC SINGING – ADVISORY BOARD (2002)

ARJUNA  , Berkeley, CA, USA

Arjuna is an experienced performer and teacher of overtone singing. He is also a recording artist, with 2 fine Overtone Singing CDs to his credit. I had the great pleasure of a spending a few weeks with him in 2002. Singing and making incredible sounds, and witnessed his teaching methods at his Berkeley performance space, Tuva, where he has hosted numerous throatsinging artists and workshops. He also plays didgeridoo (yedaki) and the large, telescoping Tibetan horn, which he can perform while circular breathing and singing harmonics.

BERNARD DUBREUIL , Montreal, CA

I first met Bernard in person several years ago when we were both subjects of art medical investigation by the American Cente, as a performer, mentor, and organizer of the excellent Montreal Throat Singing Festival, which I was privileged to attend as an instructor for Voice and Speech. He is a talented overtone singer and researcher who has succeeded in creating a real scene in Montreal, as a performer, mentor, and prganizer of the excellent Montreal Throat Singing Festival, which <I was privileged to attend as an instructor in 2000. Bernard’s overtone singing has appeared in IMAX productions. He has also independently but like Arjuna developed a technique for singing very low tones .

JONATHAN GOLDMAN,  Boulder, CO, USA

Jonathan is the director of the Sound Healers Association, and longtime teacher and student of the use of harmonics and personal transformation. He has studied with masters of several traditions, including the Tibetan Gyuto and Gyume monks. Jonathan has authored several books, has recorded several highly acclaimed CDs, and performed with other recording artists, including Kiitaro’s 2001 Grammy-winning Cd.

SAULI HEIKKILÄ, Helsinki, Finland

Sauli has been singing in the Tuvan styles for several years, and performs with his throatsinging group CEDIP TUR, which includes traditional Tuvan instruments. They performed live on Tuvan TV and got great reviews.Sauli has been instrumental in making Finland a true hotbed of khoo-maniacs, and has a khoomei promoter has arranged many tours by singers from Tuva and around the world.

HUUN HUUR TU, Tuva

HHT is the best known Tuvan Throat Singing group in the world, having performed numerous world tours and recording several outstanding CDs. Through these activities, and their many workshops, they have stimulated great interest around the globe in harmonic singing. In addition, they are fine instrumental musicians, allowing them to create brillian new arrangements of Tuvan music, and to participate with others in synthesizing new forms of world music. In 2001, they were recognized by the government as among the Greatest Tuvans of the Twentieth Century for their musical achievements, and as cultural ambassadors for Tuva to the world.

MICHAEL ORMISTON, England

Michael specializes in Mongolian Khoomii. He has been studying khoomei since 1988, attending lectures by Dr. Carol Pegg (Cambridge University), Tran Quang Hai (Musée de l’Homme, Paris) and Dr. Alain Desjacques (Lille University). He has traveled to Mongolia four times, where he studied Khoomii with Tserendavaa, Gereltsogt, Ganbold, Sengedorj, Tsogbaatar, the “cream” of Mongolia’s Khoomii singers.In 1994 Michael was given by Gerelsogt  to teach the basic practices of khoomworkshops, lectures and individual lessons worldwide and in the summe of 200ei singing. Since then he has give workshops, lectures and individual lessons worldwide and in the summer of 2002 Michael  toured Europ with Tserendavaa who gave both of them   blessing to teach the basics of Mongolian khoomei.

Michael is currently creating a “who’s who” of Mongolian khoomei singers from around the world.

MASAHIKO TODORIKI,  Japan

Riki is a member of the fine Japanese khoomei group TARBAGAN. A khoomei enthusiast for many years, he’s made several trips to Tuva, learning to play many Tuvan instruments. He is currently working on a book of Tuvan songs with English translations. HHT have tole me more than one that Riki is one of the very finest non- Tuvan khoomei singers that they have ever heard with a very authentic sound.

TRAN QUANG HAI, Paris, France

Hai is a unique personality in the harmonic singing world. Hai delved into harmonic singing back in the early 1970s, one of the first in the West to do so. For decades, he has been one of the most active researchers of all things harmonic, with a position at the prestigious CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research), and the Department of Ethnomusicology of the Musée de , and is also a recountries. He is also one of the world’s firnest virtuoso of Jaw harp and spoons (yes, spoons) and is also a renowned performer of Vietnamese folk music. AHai served as the President of the Jury at the 1995 Khoomei competition in Kyzyl (Tuva)

MARK VAN TONGEREN, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Mark is the author of OVERTONE SINGING which I can state with great confidence is the finest, most information and inclusive work produced so far on this topic. He’s spent years studying harmonic singing as an art form, and as a cultural developmentt in many different cultures. He learned overtone singing from Rollin Rachele and others, and also has learned to sing well in many of the Tuvan styles, one of the very few singers to focus on both directions.

Dr. VALENTINA SUZUKEI, Tuva

Dr. Suzukei is a Tuvan ethnomusicologist who is widely regarded as an expert on Tuvan music, khoomei and musical instruments. She has authored several books and articles on the same, including THE DRONE OVERTONE BASIS OF TRADITIONAL INSTRUMENTAL MUSICIANSHIP OF THE TUVANS,which is in the process of being translated from Tuvan and Russian into English. Dr. Suzukei is also working on developin a new form of music theory to deal with Tuvan Throat Singing.

THUPTEN DADAK, (pronounced Toop-ten), Tibet

Thupten is an expert on all things Tibetan. He lives here in Minnesota, where he founded the second largest Tibetan community in North America, now numbering about 1,000. He was born near the base of Mt Everest, and fled with his family to India at age 5. He spent many years as a Gyoto monk. Thupten has been a major force in the Tibetan community, working with the Dalai Lama and other Tibetan leaders, arranging tours, hosting, and traveling with many Tibetan groups including monks from Gyuto, Gyume, Drepung Loseling, Sera Je monasteries. Here in MN he founded the Gyuto Wheel of Dharma Monastery. Also, he has been instrumental in such charitable endeavors such as building schools in poor, remote areas of Tibet. Thupten is the owner of Heart of Tibet store in Stillwater, MN. In addition to having mastered the Tibetan low voice chant, Thupten is a performer of Tibetan Singing Bowls and other percussion, and is a self taught improvisational flutist.

From http://khoomei.com/iahs/ej/adboard.html

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Deep Trance Mongolian Tuvan Throat Singing | Shamanic Journey | Healing Waves

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Deep Trance Mongolian Tuvan Throat Singing | Shamanic Journey | Healing Waves

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