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Drums of the North

by Pamyua

Ancient traditions of Yup'ik drumming and singing have continued since time immemorial.
Genre: World: Native American
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3. Ayagnera Unani
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9. Ayagnera Unuganga
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12. Ayagnera Qalurru
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15. Ayagnera Cauyaqa Nauwa
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17. Ayagnera Tarvarnauramken
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19. Yuram Kangia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Drums of the North is the first strictly traditional Yup'ik album ever produced. This album was a collaboration with the Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers.

This album features traditional Yup'ik (Inuit) singing and drumming, an ancient form of theatrical expression and storytelling from southwestern Alaska.

WINNER of the 2007 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards, Best Inuit Traditional Album.


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Sigrid

Quayana, Pamyau & Students!
This cd reopened the doors to all of my seasons on the Y-K Delta and its waterways. The truth? I have become homesick for Western Alaska! Quayana for this!

Denise Capazzi


wonderfull , wonderfull, wonderfull. I wish there was more music available from you. I am not Alaskan or Native American for that matter and I totally enjoy your stlye. Do you ever thimk you will play in the north east? Boston, Hartford or New York would be great. If you do I'LL be there....more than once!

Saqataq


Quyanamit! Aqsualook! Allianiat aqsualumiq! quvianaqtualuq suqiama! piuyalook aqsualumit! mumaqniaqtunga aqsualumit! Anyways what im saying is in the exact order is, Thank you very much from the bottom of my heart, , Im very happy its so much fun to listen to very beautiful people making beautiful music!Im going to dance very hard lol when I ever see you live! Which is my dream! But thanks when Im sad or mad I turn on your music and im takin away into an old time where there was such joy in gatherings after a long hard day of work! Allianiat means happy very happy! Love what your doiing guys keep it up until your sooo old and cannot go on! Keep making cool awesome traditional music! Love ya all! Aqagutauq! I will see you some day!

Qak


Quyanaqvall for your music! I moved far away from Alaska, but when I listen to these CD's it makes me feel closer to home and in touch with my roots from Nunap.

Jessica


I love this music!! i mean I'am this music!! hahah well i like it and alwayz will.....so how are you guys?? i hope all is well
"steve"
Jessica

CLARENCE STEVE

drums of the noth
You guys are very hot i have your frist cd pamyua "mengluni" i love it i sure wolud like to have the lats 3 of your songs because that bring me back to my younger days besides i was there munber one eskimo dancer then. So please help me in getting the last 3 cd that would be very nice i am from STEBBINS AK. Thnak You.

Dan Chock

Great experience in Yup'ik music.
You feel you are one the singers and drummers. The drum beat becomes your heart beat. Your feet will automatically pick up the beat. You can feel the wind, the cold and hear the kayak and paddle gliding through the water.

Joey

Every music makes me proud of Who I Am
Cayuurlakunguur! I am hoping there is more recording internationally! Inupiaq, Inuit, Iupiaq, Athabascan, Shimshian, Tlingit, Haide, Aleut, Sugpiaq, Aluutiq, and Tribal Bloods in American Continent combined in one album. We are proud people! ONE CD will bring ONE Voice. Proud, Very Proud Voice. Cauyaqaa Nauwaa?

Ian A.

Very Good Job Ossie, Steve, and the rest of you guys.
This is excellent. I haven't heard this good quality Yup'ik music before. I mean how did you guys put all of the singers on there??? Well very good job people. I can't wait till the next CD comes out! :)

Heinz

Excellent
In my opinion, the CD is just brilliant. Great job.