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Papago music and dance by J. Richard Haefer

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Published by Navajo Community College Press in Tsaile, Ariz .
Written in English


  • Tohono O"Odham Indians -- Music,
  • Tohono O"Odham dance

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Edition Notes

Statementby J. Richard Haefer.
SeriesOccasional papers / Navajo Community College Press. V. 3, Music and dance series ;, no. 4, Occasional papers., no. 4.
LC ClassificationsML3557 .H3
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 37 p. :
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4465423M
ISBN 10091258629X
LC Control Number79129276

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Papago Music has been added to your Cart Add gift options. Buy used: $ Used: Good | Details. Sold by GoodwillTucson. Condition: Used: Good Comment: Used book in good condition. May have some wear to binding, spine, cover, and pages. Some light markings/writing may be present. May have some stickers and/or sticker residue : Frances Densmore. xx, pages, 19 pages of plates: illustrations, music, portraits ; 24 cm: Contents: The Papago tribe --Musical instruments and their use --Tabulated analysis: comparison of Chippewa, Sioux, Ute, Mandan, and Hidatsa songs with Papago songs --Comparison of Papago songs with the combined analyses of the Chippewa, Sioux, Ute, Mandan, and. The study of Papago music forms part of the writer's research on Indian music for the Bureau of American Ethnology~ and was begun at San Xavier village, near Tucson, Arizona, in February, It was continued in November and December of the same year at Sells, more than 60 miles west. The use of music in the treatment of the sick by American Indians / "From the Smithsonian report for " "Publication " Includes bibliographical references. Contributor: Densmore, Frances .

Books Adversaries Artifacts Artwork California Indians Cooking Craft Crazy Horse Culture Custer Dance Jewelry Leather Mexican Indians Myths Northeastern Indians Plains Indians Rare and Out of Print Books Reference Books Religion Shaman Southeastern Indians Southwestern Indians Spiritual Stories Tales Trail Uprisings Wampum Wars Weapons.   "Tohono O'odham Fiddle Music" Contributed by Barbara E. Sherrill and Susan Gage MUS Professor Sturman Septem Tohono O'odham fiddle music is a unique and distinctive musical tradition heard in Southern Arizona. The O'odham people, formerly known as the Papago and Pima tribes. 똑똑한 ai 번역기 파파고, 언어 장벽 없이 대화하는 세상을 꿈꿉니다. By the late 20 th century, the Papago got tired of being referred to as bean-eaters or beaners. So they officially changed The People’s name to Tohono O’odham, meaning Desert People. Their homeland included the area that is now Southern Arizona and the northern portion of the state of Sonora, Mexico.

The Papago are a gentle, agricultural tribe living in Sonora, Mexico, and southern Arizona. Their songs were recorded at San Xavier, Sells, and Vomari, on the Papago Reservation in Arizona, during the spring of and the following winter. Gathers songs, prayers, myths, and speeches from Indian tribes in North, Central, and South America. Gu-Achi Fiddlers - Old Time O'odham Fiddle Music (CR) Southern Scratch - Chicken Scratch Christmas (CR) Desert Suns (Tohono Tats) - Chicken Scratch (CR).   • Select a traditional song of one of the Native American cultural groups from your music book. Learn to sing it. DANCE. A PAPAGO CREATION MYTH TRANSFORMATION.