Tanya Tagaq Gillis

Also known as Tanya, Tanya And Tagaq, Tanya Tagaq

Profile of the performer Tagaq: Tagaq (1977, Iqaluktuutiaq, Victoria Island, Nunavut, Canada) is an Inuit throat singer.

At the age of 15, Gillis went to Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories to attend high school where she first began to practice throat singing. She later studied visual arts at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University where she developed her own solo form of throat singing, traditionally performed by two or more singers.

She collaborated with Björk, Kronos Quartet, Mike Patton, Buck 65 or Shooglenifty.

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# Release cover Release title Tracks amount Download release in mp3? Official release date Label of release
1 Tagaq - Sinaa Sinaa 12 mp3 Download release MP3 Sinaa 2005 Jericho Beach Music
2 Tagaq - Anuraagtuq Anuraagtuq 5 mp3 Download release MP3 Anuraagtuq 2012 Les Disques Victo
3 Tagaq - Sinaa Sinaa 12 mp3 Download release MP3 Sinaa 2007-11-00 Jericho Beach Music
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