I have always used the voice more or less in improvised music as well as in sound poetry performances and text-sound compositions. Here are a few examples. Inspirations within improvised music are many, with a preference for male voices and deep female ones, of which I've had the privilege to work with, like, to mention just a few: Phil Minton, Paul Dutton, Jaap Blonk, Marie Selander, Ute Wasserman, Tomomi Adachi, i'd m thfft able, Sainkho Namtchylak, Christian Werner, Shelley Hirsch, Viv Corringham, Meri Nikula, Andreas Backer, Liv Hanne Haugen, Agnes Hvizdalek, Ina Sagstuen, Maja S. K. Ratkje, Girilal Baars, Lily Bigestans, Helena Ek, Mattias Forshage, Lisa Hansson, Sofia Jernberg, Ilmar Laaban, Hanna Olivegren Wessblad, Anne Pajunen, Pär Thörn, Arrington de Dionyso, LaDonna Smith, Stuart Lynch, Sten Sandell, Martin Lau ... the list can be made much longer.
I've tried to pick up all strange tricks and techniques that I've been able to find, and often combined the voice with wind instruments, electronics, constructions etc.

Short voice improvisations recorded at Fylkingen around 1999.

Other film clips involving voice:

Voice clips (seen above) on youtube.

Singing Coffin on vimeo
Singing Coffin on youtube
Another Singing Coffin on vimeo
Another Singing Coffin on youtube

Moog, voice, Whalefish, distortion box on vimeo
Moog, voice, Whalefish, distortion box on youtube

Blow Fish on vimeo
Blow Fish on youtube

Fågelpingis: Jag vill ha barnbarn! on vimeo
Fågelpingis: Jag vill ha barnbarn! on youtube

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