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overtone singing- lesson 4: r-technique by Anna-Maria Hefele

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next step in overtone singing technique- what the tongue does inside the mouth in order to get clear overtones.

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very good DVD to continue learning, with english subtitles:

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22 thoughts on “overtone singing- lesson 4: r-technique by Anna-Maria Hefele”

  1. i like these movies because they always make me feel like i’m living in the
    future. or that the future is visiting.

  2. You’re doing something with your lips as well aren’t you? When you did the
    slower version that had the overtones, you seem to be making adjustments in
    air flow or something.

  3. Also ich weiß nicht, was ich falsch mache… Bei mir kommen die hohen
    Obertöne, wenn ich die Zunge vorne habe und die tiefen, wenn sie hinten
    ist… Du beschreibst es ja andersherum. Ist das ein Fehler oder
    funktioniere ich falsch herum?

  4. surprisingly being a musician I can do this fairly easy, and now I project
    to add more volume to this trick…

  5. Awesome, this is really useful (And it works very good even with the
    “extreme” vocal techniques)
    Thank you very much!

  6. OMG I think this is the first video on YouTube to ever get 350 likes in a
    row *WITHOUT A SINGLE DISLIKE!!!*

  7. This is going to be tricky I can’t even pronounce my r’s when I’m talking
    this will be interesting!

  8. By this time, I should not be able to sing the song very effectively however I’ll actually have learnt an entire lot about learn how to sing it. Constant follow like this has modified me from terrible singing to satisfactory, although I do want I had time for classes.

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