The difference between regular singing and Mongolian Throat Singing

The difference between regular singing and Mongolian Throat Singing

34 views•Feb 2, 202110ShareSaveMichael Music 12 subscribers Batzorig Vaanchig’s YouTube:…

How To Throat Sing, Sygyt Style with Alex Glenfield

How To Throat Sing, Sygyt Style with Alex Glenfield

23,319 views•May 17, 20201.2K6ShareSaveAlex Glenfield 13.3K subscribers Here is part three in a video series exploring How To Overtone Sing and Throat Sing. This video focuses on the “sygyt”, two cavity style, whereby the tongue hovers against, and moves forward and back upon, the upper palette. Though I no longer offer lesson via SKYPE, I do consider remote recording projects for movies, television, and of course, the music industry! What a shame when something becomes an “industry”. alexglenfield(at) Part I…​ Part II…​ Part IV:…

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How to sing REALLY low. A short Tutorial.

1 005 289 vues•6 déc. 201942 k250PartagerEnregistrerGeoff Castellucci 67,5 k abonnés Thanks for watching. Connect with Geoff Relevant links: Tim Foust: David Larson (his sub-harmonic tutorial is amazing and how I learned) :

Covid-Romanesca /Romanesca – for two overtone singers and harpsichord Filip Rydlo and Stuart Hinds – polyphonic overtone singing


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Alas! – Stuart Hinds

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Alas! – Stuart Hinds

Alas! – Stuart Hinds

254 views•Jun 3, 2017 50ShareSaveTheStuartHinds 81 subscribers Patrick Moore – cello Stuart Hinds – overtone singing performed at St. Thomas University, 9.29.16 The inspiration for Alas! came from the lute songs of John Dowland. Even though there are no lyrics, the emotional content and polyphonic style are similar to Dowland’s. The piece was originally composed for voice and bassoon and has also been performed with bass clarinet, but this performance was given with cello.

Overtone Choir Spektrum – Chaconne (Stuart Hinds)

Overtone Choir Spektrum – Chaconne (Stuart Hinds)

691 views•Oct 26, 2015 50ShareSaveOvertone Choir Spektrum 70 subscribers Overtone Choir Spektrum (Prague, Czech Republic) Conductor: Jan Stanek CD Paian (2015) Published: Alikvotní sbor Spektrum, copyright 2015, AS 002-2 All rights reserved (OSA)

Rollin Rachele “Overtone Singing” Music Video

Rollin Rachele “Overtone Singing” Music Video

285,694 views•Jan 28, 2008 91485ShareSavePythonaquarius 186 subscribers Rollin Rachele ( is one of the world’s leading authorities on the vocal art of overtone singing (also known as harmonic singing). He is an accomplished musician, performing artist, teacher and innovator. He has contributed his scientific knowledge to academic establishments such as the American Laryngological Voice Research and Education Foundation and The Voice Foundation of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. His media appearances are numerous, including several television appearances, radio interviews and feature articles in publications such as the Evening Standard and Men’s Health magazine. In this music video arrangement, Rollin Rachele is accompanied by Celtic artist Kate McKenzie and Classical Indian vocalist Ustad Mohammed Sayeed Khan. The video was filmed in Bath, England and the soundtrack was recorded and engineered at the Notre Dame Church in Leicester Square in London. Performed by: Rollin Rachele, Kate McKenzie, Ustad Mohammed Sayeed Khan Soundtrack Engineered by: Pete Townsend Video Directed and Edited by: Andrew Guidone, Valery Lyman, Shetal Shah Director of Photography: Andrew Guidone Choreography: Valery Lyman, Shetal Shah Music copyright 2000-2012 Cryptic Voices Productions Video production copyright 2000-2012 Python/Aquarius Productions and Cryptic Voices Productions Director website: Rollin website:,