NAIL Media

ffrench
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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Media

Postby ffrench » 2012-06-12, 20:46

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNb2ZDjeiU4
Tanya Tagaq is probably the most famous Inuit throat singer, having worked with Björk and won two Juno Awards for the Aboriginal recording of the year.

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Re: NAIL Media

Postby Kaylee » 2012-06-18, 23:21

I wanted to share this video here with everything. I thought it was really, really peaceful and beautiful. :doggy: It doesn't have "lyrics" in it, but I hope this is welcomed nonetheless?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3uOmNpBAGE

And I found "Amazing Grace" in Cherokee. It sounds so beautiful. :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvYIjFtPQEk

Besides music, I found a show called The Berenstain Bears that is translated into Lakota. It is pretty good for trying to improve on how to say the sounds etc etc...or so I think. :blush:
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Learning:lkt (lkt) Next: ru (ru) af (af) bo (bo) ar (ar) cy (cy)/gd (gd)

Thanks to hashi, ronin319, razlem, johntm, Lenguas, jake12,Milya0 and YngNghymru for literally teaching me from nothing, to something big! Thank you guys so much!

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Media

Postby limoneneis » 2012-12-16, 12:58

 (kl) (ja)

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Re: NAIL Media

Postby Bingles » 2014-08-28, 18:31

There's How To videos for Parents on TVO Parents in Cayuga and Mohawk, it's really awesome actually. If anybody's learning these languages this may be of a lot of help with pronounciation and stuff,

Cayuga

Mohawk

Have fun! I'm forever searching for Cayuga resources if anybody could find any!
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Gayogo̱hnǫ’ gadewayę’s
I am studying the Cayuga language
Bennett Joe gya:sǫh. Kanadagwa:dih hǫ:weh knagre’ ne’ wa’ne:.
My name is Bennett Joe. I live on the Canadian side right now


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