MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 38 lectures (3 hour, 32 mins) | Size: 4.3 GB
Techniques that allow the simultaneous production of two or more notes by the same singer.
What you'll learn
Sing two notes at once!
Use the techniques of overtone and throat singing
Understand the differences between Western and Eastern styles
Discover 'khoomei' and 'khargyraa' styles of singing
Handle stress and relax more easily
No prior knowledge of music or singing needed - open to all
No preparation needed, the course begins assuming no prior knowledge
Increasing numbers of people are finding themselves drawn to the ethereal and intriguing sounds that have travelled into Europe and America, primarily from Mongolia and Tuva in the former Soviet Union. Most recently popularised in the West by the touring musicians Huun Huur Tu, Yat Kha, and Sainkho Namatchlyak this fascinating style of singing allows the simultaneous production of two or more notes by the same singer. This astounding feat is accomplished by deliberate enhancement of the natural harmonics found in our voices. The voice, mouth, lips, teeth, jaw, throat, tongue, lungs and diaphragm can all be used in a subtle and complex concert that will allow you to produce these wonderful sounds.
Overtone and throat singing can be safely and easily learnt by men and women of all ages.
A few simple exercises will quickly unlock the wonderful healing and meditational qualities of these unique sounds.