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Lucy Amarualik - Katutjatut Throat Singing album mp3
Inuit,North American Traditions
  • Performer:
    Lucy Amarualik
  • Title:
    Katutjatut Throat Singing
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Inuit,North American Traditions
  • Date of release:
    1998
  • Size FLAC version
    1868 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1390 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1893 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    726
  • Formats:
    ADX MP4 MP1 AAC TTA DTS

Katutjatut Throat Singing. There is a revival among the Inuit of northern Canada of a particular type of throat singing found only in this region of the world; it is a revival because priests forbade them from such singing for nearly a century. Women were able to kept it secret. Today, the revival is taking place as much among the older as the younger generations. The Inuit lost a large part of their traditions under the influence of Western civilization (as in so many places around the world).

Listen to music from Alacie Tullaugaq & Lucy Amarualik like Kuvallu, Piararmit Inaqutik & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Alacie Tullaugaq & Lucy Amarualik. katutjatut Throat singing.

In 2011, Tullaugaq recorded an album entitled Katutjatut, along with Lucy Amarualik. The album is on the Inukshuk Records label and features Tullaugaq and Amarualik, who is also from the Puvirnituq community, performing together Tullaugag is an elder in her community.

Lucy Amarualik Discography Katutjatut Throat Singing. Official Album · Alacie Tullaugaq & Lucy Amarualik. We don't have information for this album yet. Tracklist.

Throat Singing Contest. Sound Of A Cooking Seal Flipper. This recording presents the katadjait, or throat songs, of the women of Povungituk, a village on the eastern shore of Hudson Bay in the Canadian Arctic. Katadjait are duets performed by women who stand close together to produce gutteral vocal sounds through voice manipulation and breathing techniques.

Credits

Lucy Amarualik - Primary Artist