Moving Within the Circle

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Moving Within the Circle;Contemporary Native American Music;and Dance. 2nd edition. (2008) By Bryan Burton Book and CD 152 pages The 36 songs and dances in the second edition are in active use in Native;communities and were taught directly to the author by members of the Apache, Haliwa-Saponi,
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Moving Within the Circle;Contemporary Native American Music;and Dance. 2nd edition. (2008) By Bryan Burton Book and CD 152 pages The 36 songs and dances in the second edition are in active use in Native;communities and were taught directly to the author by members of the Apache, Haliwa-Saponi, Lakota, Oneida, Seneca and Zuni tribes, to name just a few. Selections for guided listening were contributed by numerous well-known contemporary recording artists including R. Carlos Nakai, Joanne Shenandoah, Keith Secola, Tom Bee and Ulali. Moving Within the Circle offers a unique opportunity for educators to experience a wide variety of styles and genres ranging from traditional cedar flute melodies to a concert recording of a hard-driving rock anthem. The book includes musical transcriptions, flute songs and guided listening experiences. Teaching Ideas are provided for each selection. Dance Instructions are;included. The companion CD includes a recording of essentially every selection in the book. Contents: Section 1: Entering the Circle: Learning to LearnResearch in the Oral Tradition (A Personal Odyssey)The Trail of TearsTeaching Native American Music and DanceSample Lesson: Bear DanceMENC National Standards for MusicSection 2: Shaping the Sound:;Style, Form, SubstanceMusic and DanceConcept;and Function VocablesChart of;Regional Vocal StylesInstruments - Strings, Flutes, Drums, Rattles and moreSection 3: Uniting the Circles:;The Intertribal Pow-WowVisiting a Pow-WowSharing in a Pueblo Feast Day Section 4: Songs;and Dances: Moving in the CircleTraditional Songs, Song to the Four Directions (Alabama-Coushatta), I Walk in Beauty (Apache/Navajo), Sunrise Call (Zuni Pueblo - Guided Listening) Social Songs and Dances, Introduction to Round Dances, Round Dance (Intertribal), Pueblo Round Dance, Friendship Dance (Western Apache), Intertribal Dance (Mid-Atlantic), Indian Two-Step (Tigua Pueblo), Haliwa-Saponi;Canoe Dance, Poi Waka (Maori), Making Poi, The Legend of Star Woman, One-Eyed Ford (Intertribal), When I Was Young (Apache), Picture Song (Lakota - Guided Listening), Rabbit Dance: Uncle Sam (Seneca) Animal Songs and Dances, Bear Dance (Haliwa-Saponi), How Bears Came Into Being (Guide and Story), Duck Dance (Southeastern Region), Raccoon Dance (Southeastern Region), Cuero Mohelam (Yaqui - Guided Listening), Dancing Song of the Skunk (Mandan), The Story of Coyote and Skunk Music By and For Women: Songs of Tradition, Power and Honor, O Hal'lwe (Nanticoke), Kunolounkwa (Oneida), Chippewa Lullaby - A Song's Journey, Rabbit Song (Southern Cheyenne), Nanticoke Women's Shawl Dance, Women's Honoring Song (Salish), Pottery Dance (Zuni), Basket Dance (Pueblo Ysleta del Sur), Ulali: Mahk Jchi (Guided Listening); Contemporary and AlterNATIVE Music (Guided Listening Section), AlterNATIVE Sounds: Native American Popular Music, XIT: Nihaa Shil Hozho, Keith Secola: NDN Kar, Jackalope: Then There Was Wood, Ghost Dance for Symphonic Orchestra, Keith Secola: When I'm Far Away, John Wayne's Teeth (from Smoke Signals)Section 5:;The Native American Flute: Song of the WindThe Story of the First FluteThe Story of the Orphan BoyPlaying the Native American FluteKowa Love SongLakota Courting SongHidatsa Dance SongPueblo Sunrise Song and Call to SunriseAppendix A: A Selected DiscographyAppendix B:;BibliographyAppendix C: Photos, Illustrations, CreditsAppendix D: Additional Resources
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