Seven Styles of Tuvan Throat Singing

I'm still on my overtone singing kick: here's Alexander Glenfield demonstrating the seven styles of Tuvan Throat Singing, a method of singing which produces sounds that no human throats should be able to make. It's like having a flute inside your throat!

The overtones can be subtle - if you don't hear it, you may want to upgrade your computer speakers. Hit play or go to Link [YouTube]

Previously on Neatorama: Kongar-ol Ondar the Tuvan Singer

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Yeah, Khomeii Borbangnadyr was the stand-out. Is it just me or was he actually singing 3 different notes? The bass note, a harmonic an octave above *and* a melody too.

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