Today was the first time with IRL folk song lab since February. Such a nice feeling to hear voices sound in a real acoustic and not be hindered by the internet latency. A new method was tested – Imprint – more info to come on this new idea!
Today we had the opportunity to learn a bit on overtone singing from the wonderful Anna-Maria Hefele who visited for a workshop as part of the World Voice Day.
One of the more interesting presentations / workshop at the conference ‘The Multivalent Voice’ in Istanbul was ‘Inner Asia Throat-Singing (Xöömei) Workshop: Perspectives from Tyva and Mongolia’ with Robert O. Beahrs (Center for Advanced Studies in Music, MIAM) and the Mongolian throat-singer Davaadalai Munkhbat. Thanks to simultaneous interpretation from Mongolian – Turkish – English andContinue reading “Tuning in the landscape”
Today we have had the pleasure of meeting the singer, musician, story-teller Adama Cissokho from Senegal in a workshop. Adama taught us a lullaby and some other songs. I was a pure pleasure to meet and sing with Adama. Singing from cognitive frames with variation the way of approaching the music is very much theContinue reading “Folk Song Lab with Adama Cissokho”