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overtone singing

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As you travel from Alternative to Zydeco with stops in Baroque, Country, Disco, Emo, Folk, Gospel, Heavy Metal, Indie, Jazz, Khoomei, Latin, Madrigal, Noh, Oratorio, Punk, Quan ho, Reggae, Ska, Techno, Urban Cowboy, Vallenato, World, Xhosa, and Yodeling, celebrate the diversity of human creativity and realize how many teaching opportunities there are for us.
"Grimsby": An old dock town/where the last sailor is long drowned/and the boats rot, creaking//like gravel throated cancer patients/singing canticles, croaking/polyp splintered, khoomei peans.
To stage left, two seated silk-garbed players bow their two-stringed morin huur fiddles, both singing in the sygyt or khoomei style, then a perky, elaborately-gesticulating female singer takes care of the extremely high ranges while Kuvezin himself adopts a gruff bass growl.