BBC The Documentary Podcast: „Greenland: Why music matters“

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„Kate Molle­son vis­its the world’s largest island to explore the role of tra­di­tion­al and new music for its com­mu­ni­ties today. Between the cap­i­tal of Nuuk and small­er fish­ing town of Mani­it­soq, Kate encoun­ters drum dancers res­ur­rect­ing a tra­di­tion­al Inu­it prac­tice which almost died out on Greenland’s west coast, dis­cov­ers the polit­i­cal and son­ic influ­ence of the Green­landic lan­guage on music from hymn singing to hip-hop, meets artists using their lyrics to engage with issues from the cli­mate to the country’s deep-root­ed social prob­lems, and vis­its a music school offer­ing a safe space to young peo­ple.“ (BBC)

Sie kön­nen die Sendung, die am 19.1.2020 in der BBC lief, über die Seite der BBC nach­hören oder als Audio­datei herun­ter­laden.

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