I'm working with a student for his bar mitzvah whose family is Yemenite in origin, but has no living relatives who remember much of their tradition. He is interested in learning to leyn with Yemenite ta'amei hamikra, which I think is wonderful, but raises the challenge of how to help him learn it.
Obviously, the best approach would be to find a Yemenite ba'al koreh willing and able to work with my student, but for various reasons I think it may be easier to learn the Yeminite system myself and then teach him. (I'm also very interested!)
I'm considered an excellent ba'al kriyah in my community, with a thorough understanding of how the t'amim work (conjuctives, disjunctives of various levels, etc.), which I think gives me a good framework for this learning.
I've found a few recordings of Yemenite chanting online, and a few descriptions of how the trope system works, but I'm curious if anyone knows of great resources on this, or has ideas of how else I could be learning it.