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Vox Humana: Alfred Wolfsohn's Experiments in Extension of Human Vocal Range

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Lend Me Your Ears: Phonotation of Words
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Duet in New Vocal Sounds: Arpeggios
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Boy's Voice: The Word "Bella" / Short Coloratura
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Octave Leaps on the Word "Viola": Boy / Female Voice / Male Voice
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Double and Multiple Stopping by the Voice: Female Voice - Multiple / Female Voice - Double
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Demonstration of Different Colorations on Same Notes: Four Male Voices
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Demonstration of Different Colorations on Same Notes: Five Female Voices
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Combination Singing of "Chanson Trieste"
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New Registers: Male Voice / Female Voice
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Nine Octaves: Male Voice / Female Voice
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String Quartet for Four Female Voices
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Examples in Single Voice: "Violin, Viola, Cello, Double-Bass" / Violin-Voice / Coloration of 4 and 1/2 Octaves / "Water Boy" / "Nightingale"
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Duets (Voice and Instruments): Female Voice and Viola
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Duets (Voice and Instruments): Male Voice and Cello
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Duets (Voice and Instruments): Female Voice and Violin
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Duets (Voice and Instruments): Female Voice and Flute
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You can probably tell all you need to know from the sound samples -- human voices croaking, screeching and apparently whistling. According to the liner notes (I have this on LP), they are voices singing in insanely high and low ranges. Too bad you don't get the text so you know what you're supposed to be hearing.

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