WimpYou’ve never heard anything quite like this Mongolian throat singing Facebook Prev Article Next Article Tuvan throat singing, otherwise known as “Mongolian throat singing,” is a distinct form of overtone singing in which the performer creates a fundamental pitch and then simultaneously sings other pitches over it.Read more: http://www.wimp.com/youve-never-heard-anything-quite-like-this-mongolian-throat-singing/ Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts One of Mister Rogers’ most subtle, yet powerful statements ever. Camels eating cacti with six-inch needles. Why do we feel nostalgia? The Difference Between 850 And 10,000 Horsepower Mortal Kombat theme a capella. Fast-growing rhubarbs make the most curious sounds.