- Tuva term for this singing is Höömeï.
- Most music sounds are complex, composed of a fundamental note and a
- of overtones (also known as harmonics or partials). The combination of
- affects a sound’s timbre.
Höömeï (overall style)
- involves isolating
- and accentuating sung overtones while simultaneously singing a droning
- fundamental note; in effect, it involves singing more than one note at a time.
- clear, ringing
- overtones, de-emphasizes fundamental drone of normal voice
- normal voice most clearly audible, with
- ringing overtones audible
- emphasizes deep “subtone” or “undertone”
- (octave below normal voice) w/ringing overtone
- - plucked lute,
- similar to banjo (Tuva Instrument)
- Instrument. two-stringed fiddle, normally decorated with horse-head carving
- (often called “horsehead
- Genghis Blues performer
- Pual Pena= blues guy
famous song about nature and growing oats and grains