"Corrections: April 19, 2013", NYT 4/18/2013:
An article on Thursday about Caroline Shaw, who won the Pulitzer Prize for music this week, referred incorrectly to a vocal technique explored by a group she has sung with, Roomful of Teeth. It is Tuvan throat singing — a tradition of the Tuvan people of Siberia — not “tooth and throat” singing.
It might have been a band-name problem — I mean, what other kind of singing would Roomful of Teeth practice? Here's the original context:
Shaw wrote the work during three successive summers, starting in 2009, during which Roomful of Teeth was in residence at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. The new ensemble wanted to explore untraditional vocal techniques and was focusing on tooth and throat singing, yodeling and belting, all of which found their way into "Partita."
[via HeadsUp the Blog]