American Indian & Eskimo / Various by Smithsonian Folkways at Your Free Album. MPN: FW-04541-CCD. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. RELATED LESSON PLAN ''Modern Ritual and Contemporary Play: Music Traditions of the Inuit, Apache and Pacific Northwest Native Americans''Country(s) Canada; United States.. Culture Group(s) Inuit; Navajo; Taos Pueblo; Apache; Arapaho; Assiniboine; Kainah; Cree; Dakota;. Keyword(s) American Indian; Jigs.. Instrument(s) Anvils; Basket drum; Bass drum; Bells; Drum; Fiddle; Flute; Harmonica; Rattle (Musical. Year of Recording 1973..
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Recorded on St Lawrence Island by Miriam C. Stryker in 1966 this album features songs from the '';Yupik''; Eskimos that have long occupied the Island and who live in two separate villages Savoonga and Gambell. Eskimo legend tells of the Island's form...
sku: JUL11D04-45499, ean: 0065490138220,
Debut album by Robert Dethier, French Canadian percussionist. Native American touches with Cabrel-Séguin-style new age
themes. Issued in Canada, 2000, 11 chansons: Oklahoma / C'est notre histoire / Comme une brûlure / Noémie / Tourne et recommenc...
mpn: FW-04444-CCD, ean: 0093070444423,
The barren region ranging from Siberia across Alaska and Canada into Greenland presents a constant struggle for survival for the people of the Far North who call it home. Their music includes dance songs, hunting songs, game songs, animal calls, anim...