BBC Radio 4 are presenting a new series called ‘Noise: a Human History’. It is presented by Professor David Hendy. Although he is not a researcher with a background in Music Archaeology or Archaeoaocustics, he does however present a very interesting series of programmes, including recordings of Iegor Reznikoff singing in a cave in France.
The programme is to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Monday 18th March 2013 at 13:45.
Clips from the programme can be seen online by clicking on the images below.
You can access the programme website by clicking here.
Reznikoff uses throat singing or overtone chanting. The reverberation in this recording is very long, and so the sounds are very loud. Interestingly many of the Spanish painted caves are not nearly as reverberant as this.