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 Aqsarniit and The Cherokee National Youth Choir Aqsarniit and The Cherokee National Youth Choir

6/5/08

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Aqsarniit, an Inuit performing group from Nunavut and Nunavik, explores its own history and culture through music and dances inspired by the northern aboriginal traditions of throat singing and drum dancing. The Cherokee National Youth Choir, made up of 40 young people from northeastern Oklahoma communities, performs traditional Cherokee songs in the Cherokee language.

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