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Catalog No: IH 9601

An exceptional selection of highlight performances from Indian House recordings made on location in the Southwest, Southern Plains, Southeast, and Northern Plains of the United States from 1966 to 1995. This album is designed as an introduction to traditional American Indian music. Includes Navajo Skip Dance Songs, San Juan Pueblo Turtle Dance Song, Picuris Pueblo Ditch-Cleaning Songs, Taos Pueblo Round Dance Songs, Ponca War Dance and Trot Songs, Kiowa Handgame Singing, Oklahoma Intertribal Song, Kiowa Flute Songs, Muskogee Creek Stomp Dances, Sioux Flag Song, Veteransí Song and Grass Dance, Lakota Love Songs (performed on flute). The CD version comes with a 24 page color booklet with extensive background notes, photos and comments by the singers. Cassette includes the same notes in black and white.



Recorded at:

Klagetoh, AZ; San Juan Pueblo, NM; Picuris Pueblo, NM; Taos Pueblo, NM; White Eagle, OK; Carnegie, OK; Indio, CA; Hog Creek, OK; Wetumka, OK; Rosebud, SD; Bismarck, ND; Black Hills, SD.




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Ponca Trot Dance Song, led by Sylvester Warrior

Muscogee Creek Stomp Dance, led by John Proctor of Tallahassee Ceremonial Ground

Sioux Grass Dance Song, led by Chuck Spotted Bird, Sr. and Bill Runsabove of the Badland Singers. Old song learned from the Ft. Kipp Singers by Ben Gray Hawk.

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