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CD L REM1594
Music CD, Musical Sound Recording, Sound Recording
Remembering the songs
[sound recording] :
music traditions from the Zuni, Navajo, and Salish /
a HeartLines project ; Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research.
Arlee, Mont. : Npustin Press, c2011.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 videodisc ( 4 3/4 in.).
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Remembering the songs is a humble tribute to honor the tradition of song and story. The stories of three individuals give a glimpse of song keepers and music makers from the Dine, Zuni and Salish communities.
Indians of North America -- Songs and music.
Salish Indians -- Music.
Zuni Indians -- Music.
Navajo Indians -- Music.
Stroutsos, Gary R.
Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research.
Musicians: Fernando Cellicion, vocals and flute; Florentine Johnson, drum and rattles; Paul Thompson, flute; Gary Stroutsos, flute, wind whistle, and birdcalls.
Rain song (Zuni traditional) -- Jerome Vanderburg love song (Salish traditional) -- Red rocks -- Shi na sha = I am walking (Navajo traditional) -- Eagle child lullaby -- The river song -- Tewa sunrise -- Lullaby I -- Pueblo dreams -- Lullaby II -- Zuni sunrise (Zuni traditional).
DVD: interviews with Fernando Cellicion, Paul Thompson, and Lucy Vanderburg.
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