Moving Within the Circle: Contemporary Native American Music and Dance
This is a dynamic collection of twenty-four social songs, dances, and flute songs. Also included are several guided listening experiences and instructions for making traditional and contemporary instruments. This collection is the culmination of years of exploration by Bryan Burton, who is of Caddo, Choctaw, and European descent. Included are pieces from the Pueblo, Lakota, Kiowa, Nanticoke, Hidatsa, Haliwa-Saponi, and Seneca people among others. Each selection was taught directly to Bryan Burton by group members. This well rounded collection blends the old with the new. From ceremonial pieces to American Indian rock, the songs presented here are heard at intertribal pow wows, cultural centers, and blasting from radios. Appropriate for use with students in grades K-12, college music education classes, ethnomusicology and Native American Studies.
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