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January 05, 2008

"Coup de Cœur" at 4 am...

... because a friend's friend invited an Inuit family to spend 1 month in Paris.
The two daughters will probably sing traditional throat songs, katadjak, in my fief,
maybe at "La Locandiera" (145, rue Oberkampf, Paris XI) - If it snows...
which is possible this winter.


(Isuma Prod)

Katadjak, or throat-singing, is a form of vocal-verbal art common to many (but not all)
Inuit (Eskimo) cultures.
Inuit throat-singing is done in the following way (click...).

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