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    Indian songs of today
    Folk music of the United States : | Indian songs of today sung by Indian children or youth
    "From the Archive of Folk Song" "This series...is presented as a living monument and memorial to the American Indian and his spiritual culture." Issued in cooperation with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Performers are members of native tribes and include songs of Seminole, Creek, Potawatomi, Sioux, Navajo, Tewa, Pueblo, Kiowa, Cherokee, Tlingit, and other people. Description from audio disc recording, analog, 33 1/3 rpm;...
    • Contributor: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs - Archive of Folk Song (U.S.) - Rhodes, Willard - Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory
    • Date: 2015

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    Evelyn Robe Finkbeiner collection of Dakota songs and stories Catalog Record Only Field recordings of Dakota, Lakota, Omaha, and Cheyenne songs, dance songs, stories, prayers, and recordings of children reading samples from primary readers recorded by Evelyn Robe Finkbeiner from July 22 - August 29, 1947. Included are Sun Dance songs, victory songs, and songs in honor of Dakota World War II veterans, some with translations into English by John Colhoff. Includes a radio broadcast of...
    • Contributor: Finkbeiner, Evelyn Robe - Yellow Robe, Rosebud
    • Date: 1947
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    Sioux grass dance songs. A group of sioux round dance songs. Catalog Record Only Title on slipcase: Sioux grass songs and round dances. Performed by the St. Michael's Singers. "Recorded at St. Michael, North Dakota, 1971." Durations on slipcase. Program notes on slipcase. Contains 5 grass songs and 6 round dance songs.
    • Date: 1972
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    Iníkagapi celebration of life /
    Celebration of life | Coyote Recording presents Catalog Record Only
    "A selection of Iníkagapi Olowan purification lodge songs"--Container. Sung in Lakota; narration in English and Lakota. Jerome Kills Small, vocals and narration. "Words to these songs are translated from Lakota to English in slow speech, then sung after each translation in their clear and traditional melodies"--Container. Compact disc. Song texts in Lakota with English translation printed in booklet.
    • Contributor: Kills Small, Jerome
    • Date: 2007
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    The grass dancer Catalog Record Only Read by the author. Nova Audio Books.
    • Contributor: Power, Susan
    • Date: 1994
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    Laura Boulton Collection, miscellaneous speech samples and narratives
    Laura Boulton Collection, Catalog Record Only
    Collection of miscellaneous speech samples and narratives compiled by Laura Boulton. Many were dubbed from commercial recordings. Areas represented are Africa (Sierre Leone, Uganda), and North American Indian (Chilkat, Dakota [Sioux], Karok, Nez Perce, Onandaga, Oneida, Tlingit, and Tsimshian). Collection may include a 1931 speech by Vine Deloria, Sr. (name spelled Vine Delona on the log).
    • Contributor: Boulton, Laura - Deloria, Vine - Shotridge, Louis
    • Date: 1927
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    William Horncloud sings Sioux rabbit songs (Sioux: South Dakota) Catalog Record Only With drum. Durations on labels. Program notes, in part by Horncloud, translations of texts by Horncloud, and biographical note on container.
    • Date: 1971
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    Russell C. Mosby collection of Kiowa, Apache, Sioux, Taos, Tonkawa, and Kiowa-Apache songs Catalog Record Only Collection of field recordings of Kiowa, Apache, Sioux, Taos, Tonkawa, and Kiowa-Apache songs obtained from Russell C. Mosby, 1949. Genres include Kiowa '49 songs, War Dance songs, Two-step Dance songs, peyote songs, Sun Dance songs, Gourd Dance, War Mothers' Victory song, Snake Dance song, Shield Dance song, Eagle Dance song, Buffalo Dance song, children's Rabbit Dance songs; Apache Fire Dance songs, Back-and-forth song; Sioux...
    • Contributor: Mosby, Russell C.
    • Date: 1949
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    Un de' che cha pí The way we are /
    Way we are Catalog Record Only
    Collection of traditional Dakotah stories about Unktomi, or Spiderman, a trickster who had difficulties with gluttony, violence, anger, and sex. Each story illustrates one of these universal struggles and demonstrates the need for civilized human beings to live a balanced life.
    • Date: 2003
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    Traditional songs of the Sioux live at the Rosebud Fair / Catalog Record Only Sung in the Dakota language. Formerly issued as sound cassette (IH 4321-C) and analog disc (IH 4321) in 1980. Recorded live Aug. 25-27, 1978, at the 102nd Rosebud Fair Wacipi in Rosebud, S.D. Words printed as text in container notes.
    • Contributor: Ironwood Singers
    • Date: 1994
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    Willard Rhodes 1947 field recordings collection Catalog Record Only Collection of field recordings made in the northern Great Plains and Pacific Northwest during the summer of 1947 by Willard Rhodes. Groups who are identified or whose songs are identified in the titles list include Alaskan Eskimo, Arikara, Blackfeet, Crow, Flathead, Omaha, Navajo, Nez Perce, Pueblo, Sioux, Wasco, and Winnebago. Some songs were sung for individuals who were killed in battle during World War...
    • Contributor: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rhodes, Willard
    • Date: 1947
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    Laura Boulton Collection, southwest Indian music Catalog Record Only Collection of field recordings of songs with drum, rattle, and flute, recorded primarily in New Mexico among the Navajo, Hopi, Winnebago, Mescalero, Sioux, and Jemez Pueblo Indians in 1933 by Laura Boulton.
    • Contributor: Boulton, Laura
    • Date: 1933
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    The story of Iktomi Catalog Record Only Vince E. Pratt of South Dakota's Yanktonais Tribe tells stories of Iktomi, a Plains Indian trickster.
    • Contributor: Pratt, Vince E.
    • Date: 1987
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    Songs for the common man Catalog Record Only "A collection of Lakota songs specially selected by Earl Bullhead for the preservation of both song and language"--Insert.
    • Contributor: Common Man Singers
    • Date: 1994
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    The grass dancer Catalog Record Only Unabridged Read by the author. Audiocassette
    • Contributor: Power, Susan
    • Date: 1994
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    Signals from the heart Catalog Record Only "Lakota love songs"--Container insert. Sung in Lakota and English. Common Man Singers (Earl Bullhead, Tim Bullhead, Ken Billingsley, Jody Luger, Cedric Goodhouse, Gabe Kampeska, J.D. Buckley, Duane Steele, Evelyn "Sissy" Goodhouse, vocals) ; with assisting musicians. Recorded at Meyer Sound Studios in North Dakota. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Common Man Singers
    • Date: 1992
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    Lakota wiikijo olowan. Catalog Record Only Program notes by Kevin Locke on container liner. "Lakota flute music"--Container spine.
    • Contributor: Locke, Kevin
    • Date: 1980
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    Lakota wiikijo olowan Lakota flute music / Catalog Record Only Program notes and lyrics on container liner.
    • Contributor: Locke, Kevin
    • Date: 1983
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    Frances Densmore collection of Teton and Santee Sioux cylinder recordings
    Teton-Sioux Indian music Catalog Record Only
    Collection of field recordings of Teton and Santee songs and spoken word collected by Frances Densmore in 1911 and 1914 at Fort Yates, North Dakota, and other portions of the Standing Rock as well as the Sisseton Reservations in South Dakota.
    • Contributor: Federal Cylinder Project (U.S.) - Densmore, Frances - Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
    • Date: 1911
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    Traditional songs of the Sioux live at Rosebud Fair.
    Ironwood singers : traditional songs of the Souix | Live at Rosebud Fair Catalog Record Only
    The Ironwood Singers of Rosebud, S.D. Recorded live at the 102rd Rosebud Fair Wacipi, Rosebud, South Dakota, August 25-27, 1978. Compact disc. muzerec
    • Contributor: Ironwood Singers
    • Date: 1980
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    Determining Buffalo (William Jacobs) recordings.
    Determined Buffalo (William Jackson) recordings Catalog Record Only
    Studio recording of traditional songs and chants of the Sioux Nation, performed by Determining Buffalo (William Jacobs). Recorded at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., 1948. Dr. Fenton of the Smithsonian Institution assisted with the making of the recordings. The collection includes one page of notes.
    • Contributor: Jacobs, William - Archive of Folk Song (U.S.) - Fenton, William N. (William Nelson) - Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory
    • Date: 1948
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    We the people a tribal gathering of music /
    Tribal gathering of music Catalog Record Only
    "Music for a new age." Brulé (Paul LaRoche) and others ; chants and dialogue by members of the Dineh, Dakota, Lakota, Arawak, Kiowa, and Comanche Nations. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Brulé
    • Date: 1996
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    Ironwood Singers live at the 106th Rosebud Sioux Fair Catalog Record Only Traditional songs. Sung in the Dakota language. Recorded Aug. 28-30, 1982, in Rosebud, S.D. Words of the songs with English translations (1 leaf) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Ironwood Singers
    • Date: 1987
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    Alowanpi songs of honoring : Lakota classics, past and present.
    Songs of honoring | Lakota classics, past and present. Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Lakota. Porcupine Singers (Wesley New Holy, Kristian Theisz, Ronnie Theisz, Robert Waters, Melvin Young Bear (lead singer and drum keeper), MJ Bull Bear, Lawrence Young Bear, Jr., Carl Koch, Jr., Erik Theisz, Clyde Squirrel Coat, Novi Smith, and Delray "Chubs" Smith). Executive producers, Robert Doyle, Stephen Butler; producer, Stephen Butler. Compact disc. Notes in container include history, song texts, and translations.
    • Contributor: Porcupine Singers
    • Date: 2011
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    Alice C. Fletcher collection of Plains Indian cylinder recordings Catalog Record Only Collection of field recordings made by Alice C. Fletcher of songs from various tribes (Arapaho, Cheyenne, Dakota, Kiowa, Osage, Ponca, Potawatomi, Wichita, Yankton Sioux), as well as cylinders on which songs from multiple communities are recorded, making them difficult to assign to only one tribe. Some of the recordings were made in the respective communities; others were recorded in Washington, D.C. The cylinders were...
    • Contributor: Federal Cylinder Project (U.S.) - Fletcher, Alice C. (Alice Cunningham) - Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
    • Date: 1896
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    Music of the American Indian. Catalog Record Only The Atlas series. Various performers (not identified). Durations on labels; program notes on container.
    • Date: 1976
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    Sacred dance pow wows of the Native American Indians. Catalog Record Only Compact disc. Biographical and program notes in English, German, French and Spanish on insert. Licensed in 2003 from Arbor Records, Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. "This album presents recordings from Pow Wows in USA and Canada. The drum groups represented are Northern Wind (Northern Style / Ojibway), Eyabay (Northern Style / Ojibway), Earlwin B. Bullhead (Instructional / Ceremonial), Young Grey Horse (Northern Style / Blackfoot)...
    • Date: 2003
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    Walk in beauty healing songs of the Native American church Catalog Record Only Sung in Navajo and Dakota. Verdell Primeaux, Johnny Mike, vocals. Compact disc. Texts on insert. Gift of Allan Chasanoff and Raymon Elozua.
    • Contributor: Primeaux & Mike (Musical Group) - Chasanoff/Elozua Amazing Grace Collection
    • Date: 1995
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    American Indian dances Sioux and Navaho. Catalog Record Only Compact disc. Notes in container. Notes in English, German, French, and Spanish. Notes written in 1949 by Willard W. Beatty, Rene dH̀arnoncourt and Willard Rhodes. "All titles under license from Smithsonian/Folkways recordings 1995."--Container.
    • Date: 1996
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    Fort Kipp Sioux Singers at Fort Qu'Appelle (Sioux: Montana) Catalog Record Only Fort Kipp Sioux Singers (2d-6th works) ; Sioux Valley Singers of Griswold, Manitoba, Can. (1st work) Recorded 1971, Fort Qu'Appelle Summer Pow-Wow, Standing Buffalo Reserve, Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask., Can. Durations on labels. Program notes on container.
    • Date: 1971
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    Songs from the Black Hills Catalog Record Only Native American flute music, with sounds of nature in background on various tracks. Bryan Akipa, Native American flute. Recorded at Studio Bee, Albuquerque, N.M., and 411 Studios, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Akipa, Bryan
    • Date: 2008
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    Sioux South Dakota. Catalog Record Only Title on container: 16 Sioux songs. Performed by the Sons of the Oglalas (Matthew Two Bulls, Sr., Nellie Two Bulls, Matthew Two Bulls, Jr., Everette Lone Hill).
    • Date: 1970