Liinats'uraq is a traditional Seto male choir. The singers in the choir are mostly men with Seto roots, who live in Tartu and enjoy the songs that were originally sung in Seto villages at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Seto men's singing with its specific tense voice quality and prolonged richly ornamented tunes is somewhat different from the songs of Seto women. Seto singing is antiphonal; the groups have a lead singer and the chorus responds to the leader. In the chorus, voices are divided into one high and sharp part called killõ and a heterophonic lower group called torrõ.