Listen to polyphonic overtone singing by Anna-Maria Hefele! Literally breathtaking!
It’s an almost inhuman ability to create two tones at a time in a single breath. It’s mind-blowing!
Humans are incredible and can do amazing things with their bodies and souls. This video shows Anna-Maria Hefele singing polyphonic overtones. Breathtaking!
Overtone chanting – also known as harmonic singing or throat singing – has originated from south western Mongolia and is the same technique used by Tuvan throat singers, which actually sound like didgeridoos:
I tried to sing polyphonic overtones but I failed… What about you?