Jean-Jacques Nattiez. Livre 11. La musique des Inuit du Canada

Jean-Jacques Nattiez. Livre 11. La musique des Inuit du Canada

Published on Sep 28, 2018

« Jean-Jacques Nattiez. Livre 11. La musique des Inuit du Canada » Monsieur Nattiez est professeur émérite de la faculté de musique de l’Université de Montréal (Montréal, Canada). Date : 8 mars 2016 (Montréal) Durée : 41min 19s Équipe de tournage Direction des entrevues : Frédéric Benjamin Laugrand Caméra : Emmanuel Luce Son : Anthony Melanson La série « Les Possédés et leurs mondes » est une production de la revue Anthropologie et Sociétés et du Département d’anthropologie de l’Université Laval, en partenariat avec la revue Anthropologica et la Société Canadienne d’anthropologie (CASCA). http://www.anthropologie-societes.ant… https://www.facebook.com/anthropologi…

Overtone Singing Improvisation- Kiva Simova

Overtone Singing Improvisation- Kiva Simova

Published on May 8, 2011

Kiva Simova does a polyphonic overtone singing improvisation, splitting her voice into 2 distinct pitches with counter movement. Final version ‘Bitter my Sweet’ with piano, on CD- The Quality of Light (’14). Listen at http://www.kivasimova.com

KIva’s Auralia Overtone choir sings Pink Floyd’s Great Gig in the Sky

KIva’s Auralia Overtone choir sings Pink Floyd’s Great Gig in the Sky

Published on Sep 19, 2010

Excerpt of ‘The Great Gig in the Sky’ arranged & performed by Auralia choir using overtones. Includes explanation of single voices producing 2 pitches at once, how it works in an ‘overtone choir’ and special notation used. Please visit http://www.kivasimova.com for more information.

Kiva Simova: polyphonic overtone singing solo- Song for All Beings production

Kiva Simova: polyphonic overtone singing solo- Song for All Beings production

Published on Dec 14, 2017

Kiva Simova sings polyphonic overtone solo in production of Song for All Beings (Jennifer Berezan’s extravaganza) at Marin Civic Centre, San Rafael, CA, Feb 26, 2017. Video includes improv collaboration with Raz Kennedy. Backed by SFAB band and choir, led by don benedictson and Melanie DeMore.