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The Encyclopedia of Native Music: More Than a Century of Recordings from Wax Cylinder to the Internet

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Want the word on Buffy Sainte-Marie? Looking for the best powwow recordings? Wondering what else Jim Pepper cut besides "Witchi Tai To"? This book will answer those questions and more as it opens up the world of Native American music. In addition to the widely heard sounds of Carlos Nakais flute, Native music embraces a wide range of forms: country and folk, jazz and swing, reggae and rap. Brian Wright-McLeod, producer/host of Canadas longest-running Native radio program, has gathered the musicians and their music into this comprehensive reference, an authoritative source for biographies and discographies of hundreds of Native artists. The Encyclopedia of Native Music recognizes the multifaceted contributions made by Native recording artists by tracing the history of their commercially released music. It provides an overview of the surprising abundance of recorded Native music while underlining its historical value. With almost 1,800 entries spanning more than 100 years, this book leads readers from early performers of traditional songs like William Horncloud to artists of the new millennium such as Zotigh. Along the way, it includes entries for jazz and blues artists never widely acknowledged for their Native roots—Oscar Pettiford, Mildred Bailey, and Keely Smith—and traces the recording histories of contemporary performers like Rita Coolidge and Jimmy Carl Black, "the Indian of the group" in the original Mothers of Invention. It also includes film soundtracks and compilation albums that have been instrumental in bringing many artists to popular attention. In addition to music, it lists spoken-word recordings, including audio books, comedy, interviews, poetry, and more. With this unprecedented breadth of coverage and extensively cross-referenced, The Encyclopedia of Native Music is an essential guide for enthusiasts and collectors. More than that, it is a gateway to the authentic music of North America—music of the people who have known this land from time immemorial and continue to celebrate it in sound.

Book News Annotation:

Music journalist and radio host Wright-McLeod (Dakota-Anishnabe) provides biographies and discographies of hundreds of Native American musicians. Nearly 1,800 entries spanning over 100 years are organized into seven main genres: Arctic/Circumpolar, chicken scratch, contemporary, flute, peyote ritual music, powwow music, and traditional/archival. Listings are arranged alphabetically by performer or group name, and many are cross-referenced. The volume is illustrated with b&w photographs and album covers.
Annotation 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

- music of the arctic/circumpolar region

- chicken scratch

- contemporary music

- flute music

- peyote ritual music

- powwow music

- traditional/archival music

Synopsis:

- music of the arctic/circumpolar region<BR>- chicken scratch<BR>- contemporary music<BR>- flute music<BR>- peyote ritual music<BR>- powwow music<BR>- traditional/archival music

About the Author

Brian Wright-McLeod (Dakota-Anishnabe) began working as a music journalist in 1979. His column "Dirty Words and Thoughts about Music" appears bimonthly in News from Indian Country. His activist work in Native rights took him to the airwaves on CKLN 88.1 FM in Toronto in 1985, where he continues to produce and host Renegade Radio, a live two-hour weekly music and issues program.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780816524488
Author:
Wright Mcleod, Brian
Publisher:
University of Arizona Press
Author:
Wright-McLeod, Brian
Subject:
Reference
Subject:
Ethnic
Subject:
History & Criticism - General
Subject:
Indians of north america
Subject:
Music
Subject:
Indians of North America -- Music.
Subject:
Native American Studies
Subject:
Music-Folk and Ethnic
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paperback
Publication Date:
20050431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
464
Dimensions:
10 x 7 in

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"Synopsis" by , - music of the arctic/circumpolar region

- chicken scratch

- contemporary music

- flute music

- peyote ritual music

- powwow music

- traditional/archival music

"Synopsis" by , - music of the arctic/circumpolar region<BR>- chicken scratch<BR>- contemporary music<BR>- flute music<BR>- peyote ritual music<BR>- powwow music<BR>- traditional/archival music
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