Amazing Grace by Tuvan Throat Singer at the 2009 Lowell Folk Festival

Amazing Grace by Tuvan Throat Singer at the 2009 Lowell Folk Festival

6,172 views•Jul 26, 2009 52 0 Share SaveLeroy743 6 subscribers An unique rendition of Amazing Grace at the 2009 Lowell Folk Festival. A Tuvan throat singer, here singing alone, but part of a larger group, Alash, gives his version of Amazing Grace, and the blues and gospel singers join him. Pretty impressive. The throat singer actually picked up the Amazing Grace melody from hearing the group do it right before him. The voice is amazing as it sounds like two instruments playing at once. http://www.alashensemble.com/

TUTORIAL OVERTONE SINGING (CANTO ARMONICO) – lezione 4 con Giovanni Bortoluzzi

TUTORIAL OVERTONE SINGING (CANTO ARMONICO) – lezione 4 con Giovanni Bortoluzzi

2 174 vues•9 mars 2015 41 0 Partager EnregistrerGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1,67 k abonnés Singing “amazing grace” with overtones is a good exercise that helps you to control the main harmonics that belongs to the natural scale of your voice. It uses the 6th,7th,8th,9th,10th and 12th harmonic. So, thinking in the key of C, the overtones would be the notes G, Bflat, C, D, E, g.

overtone Singing (canto difonico) – amazing grace – Giovanni Bortoluzzi

overtone Singing (canto difonico) – amazing grace – Giovanni Bortoluzzi

Published on Mar 8, 2017

For skype lessons, mail me at: gbort87@gmail.com Canto difonico: “amazing grace”, cantata usando gli armonici naturali della voce, tramite tecnica a doppia cavità.

Amazing harmonics – ‘Amazing grace’ sung using vocal harmonics

Amazing harmonics – ‘Amazing grace’ sung using vocal harmonics

Published on Mar 27, 2010

Lumina Vocal Ensemble present Chris Guntner performing ‘Amazing grace’ in vocal harmonics. Based on a single note or drone, Chris manipulates the harmonics to sound out the tune. Truly Amazing! Filmed live at Sevenhill, South Australia in 2009 by Saam Thorne.

Amazing Grace (overtone) by Brad Roe

 

Amazing Grace (overtone) by Brad Roe

Published on Feb 14, 2009

Hey. So I noticed that there are bunches of videos with people doing overtone singing–awesome. I learned about overtone singing when Stuart Hinds came and showed it to the choir I was in at the time. Here is me doing amazing grace for kicks. Oh, and check out Stuart Hinds–he’s incredible.