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Playlist of Inuit music

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  • Alaskan Inuit People Folk Music

    6:57

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  • Katajjacoustic - Traditional Throat Singing of the Inuit

    45:36

    Kiah Hachey and Karen Flaherty are two young Inuit women from Nunavut in Northern Canada. Their magic is the female traditional art of katajjaq. Mostly performed as a duet, this form of throat singing mimics the natural world. Wind, ice, sea and bird sounds dominate.

    Three young composers, students at the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar/ studio of electro-acoustic music, joined the duo.

    Kiah Hachey – throat singing
    Karen Flaherty – throat singing
    Paul Hauptmeier – live electronics
    Martin Recker – live electronics
    Sergio Valencia – sound production

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

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  • Epic Native American Music - Arctic Hunters

    3:48

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    Epic Native American music about a cold Inuit settlement in the arctic lands. This music is called Arctic Hunters. We hope you enjoy it!

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    This arctic picture is based on sketches from Charles Francis Hall.




    Great thumbnail is done by Ankaraven.




    Artwork for the Native Tribes CD is by Albert Bierstadt.




    ~ Music by Derek & Brandon Fiechter ~

  • Fantastic Inuit throat singing on TV show

    4:04

    Now we have 2 ways of learning:
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    Master class + 3 Skype lessons -
    Any way I'll be glad to see you on my course) If you have questions just let me know) Wish you all the best)

    Name of this song is - The birth of Chukotka In this song we can see how she mix Inuit throat singing and Modern music.
    - throat singing online masterclass

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  • Inuit throat-singing sisters from Canada

    3:04

    Karin and Kathy Kettler, the Canadian throat-singing sisters who together are known as Nukariik, carry on the traditions of the elders from their mothers' village in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, which is located in northern Quebec.

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  • Nanook - Nanook

    5:56

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    This song “Nanook” is performed by the Greenlandic band Nanook. It is concerned with the polar bear and how climate change is affecting this animal’s ways of life. But climate change does not just affect the polar bear, it also affects humanity and especially the people living in the Arctic who witness climate change on an everyday basis. Because of how climate change has resulted in uncertainties and threats to the ways of life of both animals and humans in the Arctic, the band Nanook has used the polar bear as their symbol since the earliest days. The band’s commitment to this animal as a symbol of both the power and fragility of nature, culture and life per se, is also present in the name of the band ´Nanook’ – which means ‘the greatest of all polar bears’, and is the name of a polar bear God in Inuit mythology.

    Lyrics:
    Tune in on the trail of the polar bear, and see all the cracks
    it’s track, it’s path worn out
    Nanook, Nanook has strayed

    See the powerful polar bear

    The beautiful and ever-changing drift ice
    Fends off and summons, and is often missed

    See the powerful polar bear

    And I realize how powerful the Kalaallit people are

    Lyrics by Christian Elsner & Frederik Elsner

    Video:
    Story by Nanook
    Filmed by Ulannaq Ingemann (Polarbear footage: Nordicphoto/Shutterstock/Henry Harrison)
    Directed by Ulannaq Ingemann, Andreas Otte and Nanook
    Edited & Special effects by Marc Fussing Rosbach
    Actor: Ujarneq Fleischer

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  • Inuit and Mongolian throat singers

    6:31

  • Inuktitut Gospel song #12_0001.wmv

    4:56

    Gospel

  • 2 HOURS Long Shamanic Meditation Music: Deep Trance Tuvan Throat Singing Journey Drumming

    2:1:16

    Long Shamanic Meditation Music Deep Trance Tuvan Throat Singing Journey Drumming

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    Our Reiki music playlist was composed to intensify your Reiki sessions, promoting healing relaxation and a sense of peace. This playlist contains Reiki Healing Music (for emotional, physical and spiritual healing) and Healing Meditation Tracks.
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    A selection of our best Chakra Meditations for Balancing and Healing: Videos for the 7 Chakras and for each Chakra (Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart, Throat, Third eye and Crown). Aura cleansing meditations and long sleep Chakra videos.

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  • The HU - Wolf Totem

    6:37

    Official music video for 'Wolf Totem' by The HU.
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  • 3 HOURS Native American Relax Music | Spirit of Freedom | for Meditation Background, Relax, Dreaming

    3:04

    3 HOURS Native Americans' Music | Spirit of Freedom |. Enjoy this awesome music and relax. Use it in background for Sound Therapy, Meditation and Yoga practices, Stress Relief and Dreaming. Please subscribe and share.

    Music lies at the heart of Indian culture. From birth to death, all occasions, sacred and secular, personal and tribal, in the life of the Plains Indian are inextricably intertwined with musical performances. Native American music is the music that is used, created or performed by Native Americans in the United States and First Nations people of Canada, specifically traditional tribal music. In addition to the traditional music of the Native American groups, there now exist pan-tribal and inter-tribal genres as well as distinct Native American subgenres of popular music including: rock, blues, hip hop, classical, film music, and reggae, as well as unique popular styles like waila (chicken scratch).
    Singing and percussion are the most important aspects of traditional Native American music. Vocalization takes many forms, ranging from solo and choral song to responsorial, unison and multipart singing. Percussion, especially drums and rattles, are common accompaniment to keep the rhythm steady for the singers, who generally use their native language or non-lexical vocables (nonsense syllables). Traditional music usually begins with slow and steady beats that grow gradually faster and more emphatic, while various flourishes like drum and rattle tremolos, shouts and accented patterns add variety and signal changes in performance for singers and dancers
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  • Qalunaat Nunanganit

    3:26

    Aasiva is a young Inuttitut indie folk songwriter and ukulele player from the hamlet of Pangnirtung (the home of Riit and Nancy Mike of The Jerry Cans). With Aasiva’s debut album set for release in June, Aakuluk Music is proud to share yet more of Nunavut’s rich and varied music scene with the rest of the country.

    Colleen Nakashuk, who performs as Aasiva, is a young Inuktitut songwriter and exciting addition to Nunavut’s flourishing indie music scene, one that is quickly gathering momentum and attention on the national stage.

    Aasiva’s sound, airy and lively, is shaped by her melodious voice set against playful ukulele. With Inuktitut lyrics and delicate throat singing elements interwoven throughout her songs, Aasiva’s music offers a fresh, buoyant and distinctive twist on indie folk.

    Originally from the remote and majestic community of Pangnirtung, Aasiva currently resides in Iqaluit, also home to new label Aakuluk Music and, not coincidentally, a hotbed for contemporary Inuktitut music. A graduate of the Nunavut Sivuniksavut program for Inuit youth, a groundbreaking cultural and educational partnership with Ottawa’s Algonquin College, Nakashuk is eager to pass her knowledge of throat singing to younger generations of Inuit youth through her performances. She has appeared with throat-singer and Jerry Cans collaborator Avery Keenainak throughout Nunavut and beyond.

    With a new album brimming with songs about language, love and the luxury of her Inuktitut upbringing, Aasiva adds her voice to a growing chorus of young artists proudly bringing new Inuktitut music into the mainstream.

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    Canadian Bookings and General Enquiries - aakulukmusic@gmail.com

  • Imiqtaq ft. Viivi - Riit

    4:06

    Riit is a singer-songwriter who was raised in Panniqtuq (Pangnirtung), Nunavut. The multi-talented musician has toured the world as a throat singer, guitarist, and accordion player, performing with the likes of The Jerry Cans, IVA, Elisapee Isaac, and Twin Flames. She has taken the stage in her home territory of Nunavut and in places as far away as Scotland and Australia. The Nunavut Sivuniksavut graduate is currently signed to Aakuluk Music and recording her first EP of original songs, which is expected for release in June 2017.

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  • Mongolian Throat Singing | Dark & Powerful Battle Music

    13:25

    A compilation of cinematic music inspired by the Mongols and Huns.

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    0:00 Might of the Khan
    2:55 Ambush
    5:20 No Retreat!
    8:12 Night Battle
    10:47 Mongol Advance


    The Mongols

    The Mongols are a ethnic group native to Mongolia and to China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. By the late 13th century the Mongol Empire spanned from the Pacific Ocean in the east to the Danube River and the shores of the Persian Gulf in the west.

    The Huns

    The Huns were a nomadic tribe prominent in the 4th and 5th century CE whose origin is unknown but, most likely originated in nowadays Northern China or Mongolia. In the Han Dynasty the Huns were called Xiongnu and invaded China before being driven out and let to exile. Over many years the Huns migrated from East Asia to Europe were they invaded the split-apart Roman Empire.

    Throat Singing

    Throat-singing, a guttural style of singing or chanting, is one of the world's oldest forms of music. Throat singing is found in 3 cultures: The Tuvans living in the rural region of Russia located northwest of Mongolia, the Inuit and the Xhosa people of Bantu. Throat singing is most often linked to the Mongolian Tuvan style which is also featured in this album. All samples are from real Tuvan Throat singers.

  • Saali - SAPIQANGITUNGA - LIVE @ Le Bull

    5:24

    August 30, 2013, Saali rocked a free show for fans at Le Bull Pub in Montreal
    Song: Sapiqangitunga

    Saali




    Video recorded
    by Nestor Narvaez and Sam Hickey
    URBANORTH

  • Inuit - Silarsuarmut sassalerputit

    4:23

    Inuit ( music ) Silarsuarmut sassalerputit

    Greenland

  • The HU - Yuve Yuve Yu

    5:53

    Official music video for 'Yuve Yuve Yu' by The Hu.
    Stream or Buy the new album 'The Gereg' -
    UK - CD / Double Vinyl Link -

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    © 2018 Dashka Productions

  • Labradorimiut - Sons of Labrador - Nain Drum Dancers and Gregoire Boys, Innu Nikamu 2010

    5:31

    Labradorimiut - Sons of Labrador - Nain Drum Dancers and Gregoire Boys, Innu Nikamu 2010, August 6, 2010, Mani-utenam, QC.
    Original English lyrics by Sid Dicker of Nain, Labrador -

  • Diamonds In Inuktitut Taimantitut

    3:43

    Lyrics below
    This is a song that Martha Kyak and I translated Rihannas Diamond into our Inuit language Inuktitut, made at Nunavut Sivuniksavut. Make up and the camera man is Charlotte Qamaniq. The scenes with the Polar Bear are thanks to Arctic Kingdom youtube channel and the other with the northern lights are from Ed Mauryama :). I own nothing diamond song is owned by Rihanna.


    Here are the Lyrics
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu

    Qaumajumi takuvunga sijami
    Aliatuinaniaqqungali
    Uvagu uvagulunu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Takujunga ulluriarujuti
    Takutsa quvianartualumi
    Iqqikavinga ummavunga
    Qaumaju taimantitu

    Qaujimalauqqunga katiiniaranu taratara
    Takurutsunga siqini nuilaurtu, Takutsa

    qaumari unua ivvi uvanaga
    piujuvurut taimantitu tapaani

    Iijinu inujuru
    Piujuvurut taimantitu tapaani

    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantit low
    Qaumaju taimantitu

    Qaumaju taimantitu

    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Piujuvuru taimantitu

    Agait tapaungajut
    Taqqititujurut nallinivut
    Nirumitu tuqulanagitu
    Qaumajuru taimantitu

    Takujunga uluriarujuti
    Takutsa quvianartualumit
    Iqikavinga umavunga
    Qaumajuru taimantitu

    Takurutsunga siqini qimalautara
    Inusirmit illini takuniqunga

    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Piujuvurut taimantitu

    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Piujuvurut taimantitu

    Qaumaju taimantitu (woah)
    Qumaju taimantitu (woah
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Piujuvurut taimantitu
    Qumaju taimantitu(woah
    Qaumaju taimantitu(woah
    Qaumaju taimantitu low

    Piujuvut taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu

    Qaumari unua ivvi uvanga
    Piujuvurut taimantitu tapaani
    Ijinu inujurut
    Piujuvurut taimantitu tapaani

    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu high
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Piujuvurut taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Qaumaju taimantitu high
    Qaumaju taimantitu
    Taimantitu piujuvurut

  • Terry Uyarak - Inuit Nunangat

    4:11

    Inuit Nunangat is the debut single from Nunavut's Terry Uyarak, and the first from his upcoming album Nunarjua Isulinginniani (Before the World Ends) out Oct. 30 2020.

    Lyrics:
    Inuit Nunangat
    It sounds great
    When the bands of Silatugami (Northern Haze)
    And Ajurnarunniisuuq (Kikkukia)
    Start Singing

    It's so much fun when
    Gordie Qaunaq and Joshua Sigluk Qaunaq
    Host dances with their instruments
    Inuit, Land of the Inuit,

    There is nothing like our land
    Inuit, Land of the Inuit
    No other land compares to ours
    Take a moment with me

    To be thankful for our ancestors
    We are alive now
    Because of them
    Our ancestors went through hard times

    But we are still here
    Thank you
    We are still here because of them

    Inuit, Land of the Inuit,
    There is nothing like our land
    Inuit, Land of the Inuit
    No other land compares to ours

    Released by Aakuluk Music

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  • Northern Haze - Qaina 2010/2012

    3:21

    Inuit rock/metal band from the 69th parallel in the Canadian Arctic, formed in 1978 and still going strong.

  • Traditional Inuit Music LP

    18:00

    Traditional Inuit Music (Vinyl, 7, 33 ⅓ RPM, EP)

    CBC Northern Service ‎– QCS 1442
    [CBC North is the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's radio and television service in Northern Canada]

    Format: Vinyl, 7, 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
    Country: Canada

    Genre: Folk, World, & Country

    1- Throat Music
    Performer – Mary Sivuarapi*, Nellie Nunga*
    2- Aiya Surli Tikiatasanga (The Time I Arrive)
    Performer – Leo Osoak
    3- Jews Harp
    Performer – Anisee Nowkawalk
    4- Throat Music
    Performer – Mary Sivuarapi*, Nellie Nunga*
    5- Jews Harp
    Performer – Joatamie Tukai
    6- Throat Music
    Performer – Anisee Nowkawalk, Rebecca Nuktialuk
    7- Throat Music
    Performer – Mary Nucktie, Mina Mikiyook
    8- Ingutalunguta (Grandchild)
    Performer – Leo Osoak
    9- Throat Music
    Performer – Mary Nucktie, Mina Mikiyook
    10- Illisimangitanik (Things I Haven't Learned)
    Performer – Leo Osoak
    11- Jews Harp
    Performer – Mary Qumaluk
    12- Jews Harp
    Performer – Mary Qumaluk
    13- Throat Music
    Performer – Povungnituk / Throat Singers*

  • Inuit Berceuse

    1:13

    This is a traditional Inuit lullaby (or more precisely a berceuse). It was recorded by Jean Malaurie who is a French cultural anthropologist, geographer, physicist, and writer.
    Probably, this chant was recorded during his geographical and ethnographical mission to the North of Greenland in 1950 to 1951. The exact place of the recording is not absolutely clear to me, but it must be either Siorapaluk, Pituffik (today the location of the Thule Air Base) or Qaanaaq (formerly Thule or New Thule) in the Northwest of Greenland. From the information I have, I believe the singer to be an Inuit women called Bertsie.

    This recording and other examples of Inuit music were released by the Ocora record label on the album Chants et tambours inuit, de Thulé au Détroit de Béring (Track 7: Berceuse de Bertsie, Siorapaluk/Thule) in June 1988.

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  • Qalunaat Nunanqaniit

    3:19

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    Qalunaat Nunanqaniit · Aasiva

    Qalunaat Nunanganiit

    ℗ 2018 Aakuluk Music In Association with Six Shooter Records Inc.

    Released on: 2018-06-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Inuit Musical Tribute

    4:12

    Here is an extract of traditional Inuit throat singing, followed by a great song called Inuit wedding by the one and unique Sainkho Namtchylak, the famous Siberian singer, whose Tuvan singing style is close to the Inuit style.
    Originally, Inuit throat singing was a form of entertainment among Inuit women while the men were away on hunting trips. It was regarded more as a type of vocal or breathing game in the Inuit culture rather than a form of music. In Inuit throat singing, two Inuit women would face each other either standing or crouching down while holding each other's arms. Sounds produced can be voiced or unvoiced and produced by inhalation or exhalation. Both Inuktitut words and meaningless syllables are used in Inuit throat singing songs. When meaningless syllables are used, they are often portrayals of sounds the Inuit hear in their natural environment such as animal sounds or even water running down a creek. Unfortunately, there is no written record of when the Inuit first developed their form of throat singing which differs from the type found in Mongolia and other parts of the world that has some form of throat singing. The Inuit did not keep any written records and history was simply passed down from generation to generation orally. There has been a resurfacing of this traditional activity in the Inuit communities during the last 20 to 30 years. The revival of Inuit throat singing has been so popular that in September of 2001, the first throat singing conference was held in Puvurnituq, Nunavik, where different types of Inuit throat singing from different Arctic regions of Canada were demonstrated and shared.
    Enjoy this little tribute to the fabulous Inuit culture!

  • YUBIK - Inuit

    6:31

    Label: Shango Records
    Release Date: 2019-01-16
    Album HEY INUIT EP available on:
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    Born in the dark streets of Cairo, grown to the unforgettable forests of Santa Esmeralda, spending its teen years in Bombay and Tangier markets, mature into the deep spacey Jungle of Ghana we proudly present you a new label from the land of the pyramids: SHANGO RECORDS invites you to an unheard world music psychedelic trip: like through a colorful kaleidoscope we will melt down Indian and Pakistani Vibes, Arab-Tek and Oriental groovy vibes, Afro-Beat rhythms n' pieces, Cumbia Tropicana flavors and cosmic Ghetto-Latin vibes into forbidden sounds of frenzied electronic dancefloor rituals. Outside traditional paths these driving grooves and polyphonic structures take the adventure seeking dancer to Dionysian highs and places never been before.

    In the blue of an electric dawn the peanut shells look wan and crumpled, along the beach at Montparnasse the water lilies bend and break. When the tide is on the ebb and only a few syphilitic mermaids are left stranded in the muck, the Dome looks like a shooting gallery that’s been struck by a cyclone. Everything is slowly dribbling back to the sewer. For about an hour there is a deathlike calm during which the vomit is mopped up. Suddenly the trees begin to screech. From one end of the boulevard to the other a demented song rises up. It is like the signal that announces the close of the exchange. What hope there were are swept up. The moment has come to void the last bagful of urine. The day is sneaking in like a leper. The new Shango Records single is coming out and YUBIK are coming to seduce you with their unique Afro-Tek sound beauties.

    1.YUBIK “Hey”
    2.YUBIK “Inuit”
    3.YUBIK “Omoko”

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  • Inuit

    4:53

    Provided to YouTube by iMusician Digital AG

    Inuit · Swelto / Pathos

    Inuit

    ℗ Swelto / Pathos

    Released on: 2018-11-26

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Sume - Inuit Nunaat

    37:26

    From Greenland, Sume's full 1974 album Inuit Nunaat.

    Sume was a Greenlandic rock band considered to be the pioneers of Greenlandic rock music. They were formed in 1972 with singer, guitarist and composer Malik Høegh; guitarist, singer and composer Per Berthelsen.
    Members: Malik Høegh, Per Berthelsen, Emil Larsen, Hans Fleischer.

    Sume was so influential with their politically themed lyrics that it inspired a generation of thinkers. In October 2014, a documentary detailing the history of the band

    Tracklist:
    Sume - 01 - Kiisa Puigulertorpagit - 0:00
    Sume - 02 - Avijaaja Ila - 4:05
    Sume - 03 - Aasarisseruttoraa - 8:22
    Sume - 04 - Quillissat - 12:56
    Sume - 05 - Takornartaq - 18:56
    Sume - 06 - Naluvara Ilisimaneraa - 22:34
    Sume - 07 - Nukappiaraq - 25:37
    Sume - 08 - Inuit Nunaat - 28:43
    Sume - 09 - Sulutit - 33:36

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  • Inuit Tears - Whale full album

    39:31

    Cape Breton improv band formed in 2013
    Jonathan MacDonald - Keyboard
    Chris Andrea - Bass
    Keith McInnis - Drums
    Russ Sullivan - Guitar

  • The Schumann Resonance Inuit Music By The Healing Vibes | Tribal Ecstatic Dance Merkaba Music

    59:19

    Here Is A Playlist For The Schumann Resonance Chakra Music Meditation:

    THE SCHUMANN RESONANCE MUSIC

    The Schumann resonances (SR) are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth's electromagnetic field spectrum. Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, generated and excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth's surface and the ionosphere.

    This global electromagnetic resonance phenomenon is named after physicist Winfried Otto Schumann who predicted it mathematically in 1952. Schumann resonances occur because the space between the surface of the Earth and the conductive ionosphere acts as a closed waveguide. The limited dimensions of the Earth cause this waveguide to act as a resonant cavity for electromagnetic waves in the ELF band. The cavity is naturally excited by electric currents in lightning. Schumann resonances are the principal background in the part of the electromagnetic spectrum from 3 Hz through 60 Hz, and appear as distinct peaks at extremely low frequencies (ELF) around 7.83 Hz (fundamental), 14.3, 20.8, 27.3 and 33.8 Hz.

    In the normal mode descriptions of Schumann resonances, the fundamental mode is a standing wave in the Earth–ionosphere cavity with a wavelength equal to the circumference of the Earth. This lowest-frequency (and highest-intensity) mode of the Schumann resonance occurs at a frequency of approximately 4.11 Hz, but this frequency can vary slightly from a variety of factors, such as solar-induced perturbations to the ionosphere, which compresses the upper wall of the closed cavity.[citation needed] The higher resonance modes are spaced at approximately 6.5 Hz intervals,[citation needed] a characteristic attributed to the atmosphere's spherical geometry. The peaks exhibit a spectral width of approximately 20% on account of the damping of the respective modes in the dissipative cavity. The 8th partial lies at approximately 60 Hz.

    THE SCHUMANN RESONANCE FREQUENCY FOR THE TREATMENT OF ANXIETY

    In the United States, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness, with more than 6.8 million adults experiencing symptoms of GAD. When combined, all types of anxiety disorder affect approximately 40 million adults, or 18% of the population (National Institute of Mental Health, 2014). Audio entrainment, as isochronic tones, is an effective, low cost treatment with apparently few to no side effects and requires no special training or expertise; it can be used whenever and wherever needed.

    Twenty participants listened to masked isochronic tones in the Schumann resonance frequency during the 15-day single-group interrupted time-series trial (Creswell, 2009). Data was collected before and after the intervention using the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI), Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), and Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) assessments. Participants also completed a daily log and end-of-study questionnaire.

    Baseline and post-study data from the STAI, BAI, and PSS were assessed using a combination of descriptive statistics and the Wilcoxon Signed Rank test. Results indicated significantly improved scores post-treatment on all three measures. Daily log responses were subjected to descriptive statistics, which suggested that both anxiety and mood were improved post-study. Finally, data suggests that the effects of the isochronic tones tended to last 2-3 hours after the treatment recording had ended.

    This research demonstrated that isochronic tones in the Schumann resonance frequency could have a positive influence on anxiety and mood. The nature of isochronic tones as a nonprescription, non-invasive, and non-addictive mind-body approach might render them attractive as either an adjunct or stand-alone treatment for anxiety. To learn of their potential, larger studies in more controlled environments will be needed.

    It is widely accepted that increased beta range brainwave activity and a concomitant reduction in alpha and theta activity result in increased anxiety, while oscillations at 7.83 Hz have been shown to reduce symptoms associated with anxiety. The apparent efficacy of AE, its ease and flexibility of use, extremely low cost/benefit ratio, ability to easily deliver the Schumann resonance in virtually any setting, combined with the prevalence of anxiety and anxiety-related health issues found throughout the world, led to a specific research question for this dissertation, which was. “Would the use of isochronic tones, which are evenly spaced tones pulsed on a single frequency, in the Schumann resonance frequency (7.83 Hz), effectively mitigate the symptoms of anxiety?”

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