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Inuit throat singing, or katajjaq, is a form of musical performance uniquely found among the Inuit. The traditional form consists of two women who sing duets in a close face-to-face formation with no instrumental accompaniment, in an entertaining contest to see who can outlast the other; however, one of the genre's most famous practitioners, Tanya Tagaq, performs as a solo artist. Several groups, including Tudjaat, The Jerry Cans, Quantum Tangle and Silla + Rise, also now blend traditional throat singing with mainstream musical genres such as pop, folk, rock and dance music.

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  • Inuit throat singing
  • Kehlkopfgesang der Inuit
  • Inuita gorĝokantado
  • Katajjaq
  • Chant de gorge inuit
  • Katajjaq
  • Katajjaq
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  • El katajjaq o canto de garganta inuit es una práctica cultural típica de los pueblos inuit. Se caracteriza por ser un canto difónico y lúdico practicado generalmente por mujeres. Es además un juego ejecutado por dos mujeres en competición que se enfrentan cara a cara y tiene similitud con el de los Ainu en Japón.​
  • Le chant de gorge inuit (ou plus exactement jeu vocal) est un chant diphonique ludique pratiqué par les femmes inuits dans l'Arctique canadien. Contrairement aux chanteurs de gorge d'autres régions du monde, tels que le Tibet, la Mongolie ou la République de Touva, les artistes inuits sont généralement des femmes et chantent le plus souvent en duo. Traditionnellement, le chant inuit est un jeu, une sorte de concours amusant, où les femmes se relancent afin de voir qui survivra à l'autre.
  • Il katajjaq o canto di gola inuit è una pratica culturale tipica dei popoli inuit. Si caratterizza per essere un canto armonico e ludico praticato generalmente da donne. È inoltre un gioco eseguito da due donne in competizione che si fronteggiano faccia a faccia e ha somiglianza con il rekuhkara degli Ainu in Giappone.
  • O katajjaq ou canto de garganta inuíte é uma prática típica da cultural dos povos inuítes. Caracteriza-se por ser um canto difónico e lúdico praticado geralmente por mulheres. Nesta prática musical imitam o vento, a água, os gritos dos animais e outros sons da vida quotidiana. É ainda um jogo executado por duas mulheres numa competição em que se enfrentam. Tem semelhanças com o dos Ainu no Japão.
  • Der Kehlkopfgesang (grönländisch torlorsorneq, Inuktitut katajjaq) der grönländischen und kanadischen Inuit ist eine einzigartige Form der musikalischen Darbietung. In der traditionellen Form wird er von zwei Frauen ausgeübt, die Duette ohne instrumentale Begleitung singen. In jüngster Zeit wird die Gesangsform auch von Solistinnen praktiziert oder von Gruppen mit Mainstream-Musikgenres wie Pop, Folk, Rock und Tanzmusik kombiniert. Je nach Land oder Region hat der Kehlkopfgesang unterschiedliche Namen:
  • Inuit throat singing, or katajjaq, is a form of musical performance uniquely found among the Inuit. The traditional form consists of two women who sing duets in a close face-to-face formation with no instrumental accompaniment, in an entertaining contest to see who can outlast the other; however, one of the genre's most famous practitioners, Tanya Tagaq, performs as a solo artist. Several groups, including Tudjaat, The Jerry Cans, Quantum Tangle and Silla + Rise, also now blend traditional throat singing with mainstream musical genres such as pop, folk, rock and dance music.
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