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The Eternal Choir

The Eternal Choir

The Eternal Choir


The Eternal Choir is a choral group from Melbourne, Australia, formed in 1989 by Andrew Skeoch (originally under the name "Harmonic Voices"). The moniker 'Eternal Choir' is inspired by an ancient group of druidic monks who were known by the same name. They make use of harmonic singing (AKA "throat singing"), which allows a single person two produce two or three notes simultaneously - a style that dates back to ancient times and is still used today in countries such as Tibet, Tuva and Mongolia. Read more on Last.fm
The Eternal Choir is a choral group from Melbourne, Australia, formed in 1989 by Andrew Skeoch (originally under the name "Harmonic Voices"). The moniker 'Eternal Choir' is inspired by an ancient group of druidic monks who were known by the same name. They make use of harmonic singing (AKA "throat singing"), which allows a single person two produce two or three notes simultaneously - a style that dates back to ancient times and is still used today in countries such as Tibet, Tuva and Mongolia. The Eternal Choir's music uses a variety of these vocal techniques, from the Tibetan 'subharmonic growl' to the Mongolian 'high flute'. However, the predominant style is the bell-like 'open-vowel' harmonic that, although far more subtle than other styles, creates a richness in choral depth. The Eternal choir's last Album "Cusp" was co-created by Nick Stamatiou (Choir Director), Lesley Kitchen, Tim and Karen Burnett, Dan Richardson, Jima Kelsang and top soprano Samantha Star.

Samantha Star has gone onto create soundtracks for film and release award winning albums internationally, http://hostwix.wix.com/mermaidmusic Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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