Listening to this woman sing two songs at once is a surreal and moving experience. It’s amazing to realize she creates all these sounds with just her vocal cords.
German singer Anna-Maria Hefele is a polyphonic overtone singer, meaning she can create two notes simultaneously. The result is a beautifully eery sound that reminds one of a Theramin.
One fan elaborated on this type of singing, saying that it’s often heard in their homeland: “This sounds like our Mongolian traditional Throat Singing. We call it., “Hoomii”. Mongolian ancient people always sing a song in the countryside on horseback by making different voices in their throat. You can find many different such same voices here in Mongolia.” Fascinating.