Inuit Throat-singing on Clubhouse

Inuit Throat-singing Clubhouse
636 Members
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Updated: Jun 21, 2022

Description

Inuit throat-singing or katajjarniq, is a form of expression and imitation of the environment. Inuit throat-singing has been known for friendly competitions, imitating environmental sounds, comforting our children and connecting. The commonly known form consists of two people singing duets in a close face-to-face formation. There are no instruments used, it can be an entertaining contest to see who can outlast the other. This club is for anyone who wants to learn about the benefits of throat-singing, try some throat-singing, and find joy in this beautiful and traditional Inuit art form, one that is still used by Inuit today. 👥

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June 15, 2022 636 +1 +0.2%
May 26, 2022 635 -1 -0.2%
May 19, 2022 636 +2 +0.4%
May 13, 2022 634 +1 +0.2%
April 29, 2022 633 +2 +0.4%
April 15, 2022 631 +1 +0.2%
March 25, 2022 630 +1 +0.2%
March 17, 2022 629 +2 +0.4%
March 10, 2022 627 +22 +3.7%
November 19, 2021 605 +22 +3.8%
August 16, 2021 583 +1 +0.2%

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