Entrevista: Joan La Barbara. Voice Is The Original Instrument

Entrevista: Joan La Barbara. Voice Is The Original Instrument


A lo largo de su carrera como intérprete y compositora, Joan La Barbara, figura destacada en el ámbito de la música experimental contemporánea, ha explorado la voz humana en su condición de instrumento multifacético. En su práctica recupera grandes clásicos, como el canto coral, e indaga en el potencial de la diversidad de timbres en un solo tono, la respiración circular inspirada en los intérpretes de corno francés y los multifónicos, por mencionar solo algunos aspectos de sus investigaciones.

ROLLIN RACHELE : Overtone Singing Study Guide Paperback – 1996

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Overtone Singing Study Guide Paperback – 1996

Rollin Rachele’s Overtone Singing Study Guide presents an effective method for learning and understanding the art of overtone singing. This step-by-step, easy-to-use self study guide provides an exceptional theoretical and practical foundation for absolute beginners, and a broad range of exercises (clearly demonstrated on the accompanying CD) for those already acquainted with the basic techniques of overtone singing. With this foundation, the student will be prepared to explore the meditative and healing potentials of these amazing sounds.
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  • Paperback: 127 pages
  • Publisher: Cryptic Voices; 2nd edition (1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9080301310
  • ISBN-13: 978-9080301313
  • Package Dimensions: 8.5 x 6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
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CHANTS ENCOUNTER: Overtone Singing around the World

CHANTS ENCOUNTER: Overtone Singing around the World

Published on Nov 22, 2014

CHANTS ENCOUNTER is an extraordinary journey of sight and sound to the world of Gregorian Chant, Tibetan monasteries, and the centuries-old Mongolian style of overtone singing. It demonstrates the powerful healing and meditative qualities of ritual chanting and overtone harmonics. Host and producer, Don Hill captures a special “chants encounter” of the Ganden Jangtse monks of India. In exile since the invasion of their Tibetan homeland in 1959, the Ganden Jangtse monks perform sacred dances and ritual overtone chanting to raise money to sustain their transplanted monastery. Outstanding location footage features the people and monasteries of Tibet; the construction of a beautiful sand mandala floor-painting by the Ganden Jangtse monks; Gregorian chant complimented by glimpses of the harmonically stunning interior of Amien’s Notre Dame, a 13th century cathedral in northern France; the Slot Canyons of Arizona; as well as Canada’s breathtaking Rocky Mountains and scenic Pacific Coast.




Published on Mar 30, 2016

In this video, I explain what vocal formants, harmonics, and overtones are, and briefly describe formant (resonance) tuning in singing. Recommended Reading: Resonance in Singing: Voice Building through Acoustic Feedback by Donald G. Miller (This book comes with the Voce Vista voice analysis software.) Practical Vocal Acoustics: Pedagogic Applications for Teachers and Singers by Kenneth W. Bozeman http://www.singwise.com karyn@singwise.com https://www.facebook.com/SingWisevocals/ https://twitter.com/Singwisevocals