List of overtone musicians

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This is a list of musicians utilizing some form of overtone singing. The groups they work with should be listed after.

Traditional[edit]

These are musicians using a traditional method of overtone singing: Overtone singing originates among the people in the Urankhai region of Siberia, who have historic links to Mongols (although they might speak Turkic languages, like Tuvans).

Mongols and Tuvans[edit]

Rest of the World[edit]

Non-traditional[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ El Haouli, Janete (2006). Demetrio Stratos: En busca de la voz-música (in Spanish). México, D.F.: Radio Educación. OCLC 83779306. Demetrio Stratos and his voice which is, as El Haouli concludes, close to the tuva-mongolian throat singing tradition. 
  2. ^ http://diamandagalas.hit.bg/interviews/forced_exposure.htm
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SJIgTLe0hc
  4. ^ http://xanmoo.com/am-oberton/