a field of study that joins the concerns and methods of anthropology w the study of music
the science that deals w sound
the lowest tone in a harmonic series, also referred to as the 'first harmonic' or 'first partial,' which determines the perceived pitch of a sound
harmonic series/harmonics/ overtones/ partials
the series of simple vibrations that combine to create a complex pitched sound
research, including observation and participation, of living traditions, also called music ethnography
of more than one culture
style of singing of david hyke
the highness or lowness of a sound
a subset of the range of a voice or instrument
the distinctive settings, sounds, and significances of music
biphonic Tuvan throat singing, originally from rural Inner Asia and now heard in concert halls worldwide.
stirrup; a type of khoomii that features a rhythmic pulsing, imitate riding a horse
style of khoomii characterized by text sung in a low register
Mouth harp, jaw's harp, Jew's harp, basically is a whistle
higher pitched fundamental than kargyraa and produces clear harmonics that sound like whistling
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