Think I've already given a shoutout on Facebook but honestly at university I grew up with Baba Yeto, I now daily listen to all albums and especially Waloyo Yamoni. Based in the UK would dearly love to see a live event but also will gladly do anything to increase the fanbase!
Thanks! I'm sure I'll be doing another UK concert soon... possibly in London, or maybe back out in Wales again.
Thank you so much! Hope to make it back to the UK very soon.
Hello Mr. Tin! My girlfriend (from Brazil) found this song by a Huni Kuin singer from the state of Acre, and she thought you might like it! I hope you enjoy! (She also wants to know if you'll ever be able to do a concert in Brazil).https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xRclkh6kUg&index=1&list=RD1xRclkh6kUg
Thanks for sharing!
Dear Mr Tin, can you please tell me how the inspiration for your music comes to you?
I was just thinking of Sir Terry Pratchett and how he described in one of his books how bits and pieces of inspiration just wander about the universe to finally go 'plop' into his brain and there it is! (using my own words now, I don't exactly remember his own words). His description always manages to put a smile on my face and makes me want to go and play outside!
So now I wonder if you yourself might have a similar playful way of discovering the inspiration for the wonderful music you create.
Greetings from Anne Martine, Belgium
That's a great quote! For me, a lot of it is just throwing a bunch of ideas down on a page, then sorting through them and picking something that has promise. After that, I sort of let my musical ideas bounce around my head for awhile. If there's something that sounds good after days of vetting, then I decide to keep it!
Sorry, that's not what I do. :)
Hi Leon! Unfortunately not... only the SATB version that Alfred publishes.
There's a long lead-up time for designing the packaging and getting the albums remastered and pressed, but I'm hoping we can make them available around November in time for the holidays. Thanks for asking!
Would You like to try to use the beautiful and gentle yet *strong* "western" choir-overtonesinging technique (called "Asymmetric L" invented by Wolfgang Saus(DE), our teacher) in Thy future music?
(No problem! Just drop us a line.)
(asked by overtone-soloist of mixed Overtone Choir SPEKTRUM from Prague).
Thanks for writing! I know nothing about this, but it sounds very interesting!
Thank you for bringing this to my attention!