Sound Transformations: Michael Ormiston. Montero Diaz, Fiorella (Author). 2009.

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Sound Transformations: Michael Ormiston. Montero Diaz, Fiorella (Author). 2009.

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Montero Diaz, F. (Author). (2009). Sound Transformations: Michael Ormiston. Unpublished. Digital or Visual Products

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@misc{3711a350397c4f5bba968adf98da75fa,
title = "Sound Transformations: Michael Ormiston",
abstract = "Sound Transformations is a portrait film conceived as a journey through throat singer Michael Ormiston{\textquoteright}s sound transformation through khoomii. Michael is one of the few westerners to perform Mongolian khoomii rather than Western throat singing, a khoomii offshoot. At some point in their lives many musicians and ethnomusicologists encounter a reason to travel and dedicate years of their lives to researching a different country{\textquoteright}s traditions and music; this is a film about such an encounter.",
author = "{Montero Diaz}, Fiorella",
year = "2009",
language = "English",

}

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AU - Montero Diaz, Fiorella

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N2 - Sound Transformations is a portrait film conceived as a journey through throat singer Michael Ormiston’s sound transformation through khoomii. Michael is one of the few westerners to perform Mongolian khoomii rather than Western throat singing, a khoomii offshoot. At some point in their lives many musicians and ethnomusicologists encounter a reason to travel and dedicate years of their lives to researching a different country’s traditions and music; this is a film about such an encounter.

AB - Sound Transformations is a portrait film conceived as a journey through throat singer Michael Ormiston’s sound transformation through khoomii. Michael is one of the few westerners to perform Mongolian khoomii rather than Western throat singing, a khoomii offshoot. At some point in their lives many musicians and ethnomusicologists encounter a reason to travel and dedicate years of their lives to researching a different country’s traditions and music; this is a film about such an encounter.

M3 - Digital or Visual Products

ER -