The voice and songs are the cultural representation of the people. Throughout time, verbal and musical communication have been transmitted from generation to generation, enriching the cultures of the American continent. From the Mohawk Indians of eastern Canada to the Mapuche Indians in the southern lands of Argentina and Chile, they have used the voice as a percussion instrument, producing a wide variety of songs that fulfilled various functions. Many of them were used as a way to cure diseases, others to transmit stories and legends. They were used in ceremonies and rituals as well as in war. Despite having been the object of oppression and banning for centuries, these American songs have been maintained due to the perseverance of their heirs, thus allowing the living testimony of the rich history of indigenous America.

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