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March 15, 2010

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yellojkt

Throat singing is a very geek thing. I think because it has some connection to Richard Feynman.

You may be right. I knew about the throat singing because of Feynman, but nothing of vocaliz.

Danni

um... I listen to opera... oh wait, I also sing it.

The throat singing always makes my throat hurt.

Claude

Despite my snarky comment, I rather like opera, however: I have to be there AT the opera to get some context. I can't listen to opera on the radio or on CDs; I have to see the show as well. Otherwise I'm getting nothing out of it. It's a multi-modal thing for me.

Curiously, I have a harder time with English opera than in other languages. But there's another story behind that.

wench wear

what the? is that really singing or that's just dubbed and edited? the second voice really creeps me out.

Jo

I studied classical voice for about ten years, and vocalizes were a regular part of my training, along with bel canto songs and operatic arias. The arias are actually quite a lot of fun to sing, even more so for me than American pop and standards. The Siberian throat singing kind of reminds of the sound people make when they have laryngectomies to treat throat cancer.

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