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I have always heard that the yodel is a relatively "pure" tone -- in the sense of open-throated, relaxed and uncovered (opera singing is "covered"). All human voices have overtones -- does covering produce more of them? Then there are the "harmonics" that give such pleasure in music. Are they the same as overtones?  
by John Culpepper on Sat Mar 29th, 2008 at 11:42:54 AM EST
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