Human Diversity Inuit Throat Singers In Motivational Music Video WebTV #37

Inuit Throat Singers Motivational Music Video

Here is an incredible display of culture today and for many of you unfamiliar with our Canadian northern Arctic Inuit culture, it will be a very unique educational opportunity as well.  I went to an aboriginal festival in my hometown of Mississauga, Ontario last summer and shot some great video footage.  I went to this event to increase my own exposure to cultural human diversity which I believe is important for personal growth.

Well, was I ever lucky to have attended because among the performers there were two Inuit throat singers.  For those of you who are not familiar, the Inuit are our aboriginal peoples from our high Arctic north in Canada.  The Inuit women have a motivational music performing art called Inuit throat singing which they use to do for entertainment while their men were away on hunting expeditions.

Although the art of Inuit throat singing declined sharply over the years because of the integration of the Inuit into North American society, there has been a recent resurgence in this art form.  That’s very fortunate for the rest of us as we can now enjoy this very unique type of cultural diversity experience with the Inuit throat singers.

Human Diversity On Video

Of course, I couldn’t resist putting some of the better video footage I shot into a new motivational music video episode of my Motivational WebTV series since it will be related to the rewards of cultural human diversity exposure which I’m a big fan of.   I think you will be amazed at what they Inuit women can do whether you will be seeing Inuit throat singing for the first time or if you have already seen it before.

I was completely taken in by the performance of these Inuit throat singers and would love to get your opinion of them at the comments section below.  Here is the new motivational music video showing a great example of human diversity.

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  • Susan V

    loved this thank you

  • Jessica Arnold

    The first time I listoned to throat singing was on utube. I saw Tayna Tagaq. She is a contemporary throat singer. She has many videos and several expain a little about throat singing. I found them helpful. In one the seperate sounds are done individually. In the video the sounds are so mengaled it hard to hear the seperate sounds, but that is part of the traditional way it is done. I liked hearing the two performers together and trying to liston for the sounds. Throat singers are also found in other countries, but the way they sing is very different from region to region.

  • http://www.clintcora.com Clint Cora

    Thanks for watching!

  • dhruv

    i never even know abt this inuit throat singing but i really enjoyed n loved this one .. thenx for sharing clint :-)

  • http://www.clintcora.com Clint Cora

    That’s why I put it up, to show others in the world about these really interesting cultures.