Sinaa

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Sinaa
Sinaa - Tagaq.jpg
Studio album by Tagaq
Released 2005
Recorded 2004/2005
Genre A Cappella
Inuit throat singing
folk music
Length 41:14
Label Jericho Beach Music
Producer Juan Hernández, Björk, Tanya Tagaq (executive producer)[1]
Tagaq chronology
Sinaa
(2005)
Auk/Blood
(2008)Auk/Blood2008

Sinaa is the first full-length studio album from Inuit throat singer Tagaq. The album was released in 2005 on her official website and later in stores. The album is mainly all vocals with some instruments in the background. The album is mainly composed of Tanya's vocals and other throat singers like Felipe[2] Ugarte.[3]

Björk performs on the track "Ancestors", which also appears on her own album Medúlla.

The album was nominated for Aboriginal Recording of the Year at the 2006 Juno Awards, but did not win.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Sila" 3:28
2. "Still" 3:11
3. "Qimmiruluapik" 2:02
4. "Qiujaviit" 3:04
5. "Surge" 3:24
6. "Ancestors" 4:08
7. "Uvinik" 2:54
8. "Illunikavi" 3:02
9. "Seamless" 3:01
10. "Origin" 2:42
11. "Suluk" 3:50
12. "Breather" 5:27

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tagaq* – Sinaa
  2. ^ Also spelt Filipe, Tanya Tagaq at Allmusic
  3. ^ Felipe Ugarte