War Dance: Plains Indian Musical Performance
The Indian powwow, with its colourful war dance, is one of the most vital aspects of American Indian culture. The author has witnessed both the traditions and trends in Plains Indian music and dance over the past 30 years, and here he deals with their musical culture as a unit.
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The Future Study of American Indian Music
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