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Tracy Brown and Kendra Tagoona, two of the Inuit performers.
Tracy Brown and Kendra Tagoona, two of the Inuit performers.

Heard Up North: learn Inuit throat-singing

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Today a Heard Up North from WAY up North. Inuit throat singing is traditional entertainment from a time and place where people had to amuse themselves. It's a copy-cat game, really, full of invention and rhythm. It takes a lot of breath control and a tough throat. With artists chipping rock statues near by, sisters Lynda and Tracy Brown and Kendra Tagoona taught the audience how to throat-sing at a recent Inuit event in Ottawa.

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