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Exploring Female Voices


Women have the ability to vocalize sounds at one octave higher than men. This mix explores the female voice as an instrument, as well as vocal techniques within a formal or even in an improvisational act of singing. A multi genre compilation showcasing soprano, mezzo soprano, throat singing and avant-garde vocalists. Fifty three mins, including Leondina Vaduva, Meredith Monk, Diamanda Galas, Juana Molina, Iva Bittová, Abigail Fischer and a bonus track!

© Photo: Tuva singer, Sainkho Namtchylak.

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yes, I have seen all Krzysztof Kieslowski's movies :) I like very much Zbigniew Preisner's compositions for his movies. my favorite one is the "Song for the Unification of Europe" from the "Blue" movie. Gives me goose bumps whenever I hear it... epic!

Kieslowskis movies are among my all time favourites too. I liked the fact that the music made by Preisner was featured as it would be of "Van den Boudenmayer" in the movie.
Very humble of them.

Thanks for providing this info :)

From wikipedia: ...Preisner said "Van den Budenmayer" is a pseudonym he and Kieślowski invented "because they both loved the Netherlands"...