Pamyua in a sentence
1. Prominent musicians from Alaska include singer Jewel, traditional Aleut flautist Mary Youngblood, folk singer-songwriter Libby Roderick, Christian music singer-songwriter Lincoln Brewster, metal/post hardcore band 36 Crazyfists and the groups Pamyua and Portugal.
2. Traditional Aleut flautist Mary Youngblood, singer-songwriter Libby Roderick, the traditional performing group Pamyua, and performing artist Karrie Pavish Anderson also identify as Alaskan.
3. Pamyua (/ˈpʌmjoʊ.ə/ PUM-yoh-ə) (literally: "its tail" in Yup'ik from pamyuq "tail of animal or kayak;
4. Brothers Stephen and Phillip Blanchett, of Inuit and African-American descent, formed Pamyua in 1995 with the goal of combining and preserving their cultural and religious backgrounds through music.
5. Pamyua's music is self-described as "tribal funk", "world music" and "Inuit soul music", drawing inspiration from Russian Orthodox chants, traditional Inuit music, R&B and most notably South African male choral group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
6. Pamyua has toured across the United States and the world, performing at many world music festivals.
7. In 2003, Pamyua won the Record of the Year Nammy for their album Caught in the Act.
8. The National Museum of the American Indian also released a compilation recording featuring the music of Pamyua.
9. Pamyua has provided background music for Flying Wild Alaska.
10. mengluni is an album by Pamyua released in 1998 by Ellavut Records.
11. mengluni was the debut album by Pamyua.
12. Some Yup'ik songs are constructed with only the Mengluni, Akuli, and Pamyua.
13. Also, shorter Yup'ik songs are constructed with only the Mengluni and Pamyua.
14. Pamyua has provided background music for Flying Wild Alaska.
15. This musical forms of songs are warm-up chorus (ayakata’aryaraq), chorus (agnera), first verse (apalluan ciuqlia), voiceless motion (cauyarialnguq), second verse (apalluan kinguqlia), encore (pamyua).
16. The show's theme song is sung by Phillip Blanchett and Karina Moeller from the band Pamyua, with a fiddle and drum played by Brennan Firth.
17. Prominent musicians from Alaska include singer Jewel, traditional Aleut flautist Mary Youngblood, folk singer-songwriter Libby Roderick, Christian music singer-songwriter Lincoln Brewster, metal/post hardcore band 36 Crazyfists and the groups Pamyua and Portugal.
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