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Inuit Throat Singing
for iPod/iPhone
In many cultures, song is perhaps one of the most important traditions. What is extraordinary about the Inuit musical tradition is the way they create their songs - with notes originating from their throats. The song isn't interrupted even when a breath has to be taken. The 6 tracks in this album focus on Tanya Tagaq, who describes the amazing art of throat singing and how her heritage and culture, carried in her heart forever, has driven her to continue with this unique tradition. This material is drawn from The Open University course AA317, Words and music.
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I'm in love with ghroat-singing. Susan has inspired me to want to learn. Thanks for the great lesson and information!
Wheelkeeper via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 11/24/12
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Les recomiendo estos vídeos. Es interesante conocer la cultura inuit, y mas de esta artista. Tanya tagaq participo en el disco Medulla de Bjork e hizo un gran trabajo
Santos.2001 via Apple Podcasts · Mexico · 01/21/12
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