Throat singing may refer to:
- Overtone singing, also known as overtone chanting, or harmonic singing
- Tuvan throat singing, a form of overtone singing
- duet styles:
- Inuit throat singing, a kind of duet as an entertaining contest
- Rekuhkara, formerly practiced by the Ainu of Hokkaidō
- The term may also indicate the application of a harsh voice or some other constriction
Other articles related to "singing, throat, throat singing":
... Texan singer of cowboy songs, Arthur Miles, independently created a style of overtone singing, similar to sygyt, as a supplement to the normal yodelling of country western music ... in the 1960s, some musicians in the West either have collaborated with traditional throat singers or ventured into the realm of throat singing and overtone singing, or both ... Composer Baird Hersey and his group Prana with Krishna Das (overtone singing and Hindu mantra), Canadian songwriter Nathan Rogers has become an adept throat ...
... won the Grand Prix of the International Throat Singing Competition in 1998, 2000, and 2002 ... Mongun-ool Ondar won the Grand Prix in the 1992 International Throat Singing Competition at age 16 ... He is recognized as having mastered six different throat-singing styles and is working on inventing his own ...
... A unique form of music exists in Tuva commonly known as throat singing or khoomei ... Some famous groups from Tuva who feature throat-singing are Huun-Huur-Tu, Chirgilchin and the Alash Ensemble ... Paul Pena, who taught himself overtone singing and traveled to Tuva to compete in a throat-singing competition ...
... There were a few female throat singers in Tuva's history, though it was believed a woman performing throat singing could hurt her male relatives and ... Choldak-Kara Oyun, the mother of the famous throat singer Soruktu Kyrgys and grandmother of the husband of famous Tuvan actress Kara-Kys Namzatovna Munzuk, throat sang throughout her life while ... Kombu's daughter (in the 1940s or 1950s), performed khoomei (throat singing) in public more than once ...
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