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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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)
Cedip Tur: Khoomei, Finnish style
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)