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There have been pieces created which do combine western overtones and Asian style throat singing. For example, listen to Jerusalem Dream.

In this piece, you hear western overtone singing by Wolfgang Saus, and Mongolian throat singer Dangaa Khosbayar (Hosoo) about two thirds of the way through. Briefly, this throat singing breaks away from the norm by changing the fundamental at the beginning.


Trailer Der Obertonworkshop mit Wolfgang Saus




Christian Zehnder Picnic with the monk | Part one





Brain Waves-overtones vs relaxation






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