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by Thomas Vennum

eBook Ojibway Music from Minnesota: A Century of Song for Voice and Drum (MHS Minnesota Musical Traditio) download ISBN: 0873513398
Author: Thomas Vennum
Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press; Abridged edition edition (March 15, 1997)
Language: English
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The audio cd of Ojibway Music from Minnesota: A Century of Song for Voice and Drum is a good introduction for people who might just want to find out what powwow music is all about, a good practice cd for Native Dancers and a great road trip cd for that travel time to the next powwow. I recommend it highly. Great mix of songs and well recorded.

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Ojibway Music from Minnesota book. Ojibway music today includes a rich diversity of song types and styles, some centuries old and others the product of late-20th-century popular Music and song have always been a vital part of Ojibway life. Songs have accompanied activities sacred and secular, serious and lighthearted - for love and for war, in dreams and in stories, to honor others or to tease opponents.

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The music of Minnesota began with the native rhythms and songs of Indigenous peoples, the first inhabitants of the lands which later became the . Their relatives, the half-breed Métis fur-trading voyageurs, introduced the chansons of their French ancestors in the late eighteenth century. As the territory was opened up to white settlement in the 19th century, each group of immigrants brought with them the folk music of their European homelands

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THE FACT that Minnesota is multicultural and multimusical, though widely accepted and a source of pride, is nonetheless also a curiously mixed blessing for those wishing to interpret its music a. More). American Warriors: Songs for Indian Veterans.

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Music and song have always been a vital part of Ojibway life. Songs have accompanied activities sacred and secular, serious and lighthearted -- for love and for war, in dreams and in stories, to honor others or to tease opponents. Ojibway music today includes a rich diversity of song types and styles, some centuries old and others the product of late-20th-century popular culture. This recording was designed to give a representative picture of Ojibway music spanning nearly a century, collected in Minnesota or performed by Minnesota Ojibway singers and recorded elsewhere. Cosponsored by the Minnesota State Arts Board.