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Native Music

Native Music

Howard Terpning images © Greenwich Workshop

The stories and voices of the Native American culture and its people resonate through their music - their evolution as well as the history of their tribal legacy are retold best through these soulful melodies, celebrated with energetic drum rhythms, and revitalized with modern arrangements.

From pow wow songs and contemporary music to native flute songs, church and ceremonial music, the sounds of the Native American culture is a unique fusion of voice, flute, drums, beat, dance & spirit.

  1. Black Lodge Singers, More Children's Pow Wow Songs (version 2)

    Black Lodge Singers - Kid's Pow Wow Songs (vol 1 & 2) (CD)

    Starting at: $18.50

    The Black Lodge Singers created these songs specially for children to dance during pow wows or anytime just for fun! These are their "pow wow-ed" versions of popular children's songs - lyrics are sung in English and set to a pow wow beat. Learn More
  2. Pow wow music CD by Black Lodge Singers: Veterans Honor Songs (CD)

    Black Lodge Singers - Veterans' Honor Songs (CD)

    $18.50
    It is the Native American way to always remember and honor the men and women who serve and have served in the armed forces. This CD recording presents ten pow-wow songs composed to honor those who have protected their country and their people. Learn More
  3. Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 Gros Ventre and Assiniboine Songs

    Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 Gros Ventre and Assiniboine Songs

    $14.99
    Another fine selection from Indian Records Inc., this rare recording features the sounds of Gros Ventre and Assiniboine singers. The record is a 33 1/3 RPM - Monaural - 12" Album, this is the standard format for vinyl records. The album was recorded at Ft. Belknap, Montana on January 29, 1972. Learn More
  4. Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 Shoshone - Bannock Songs by "The Buffalo Lodge Singers"

    Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 Shoshone - Bannock Songs by "The Buffalo Lodge Singers"

    $14.99
    Produced by Indian Records, Inc., this album is sung by "The Buffalo Lodge Singers". Recorded at Fort Hall, Idaho in 1973. This LP is in the standard vinyl format. ( 33 1/3 RPM - Monaural - 12" Album ) Learn More
  5. Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 songs by "Warm Springs Confederated Tribes"

    Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 songs by "Warm Springs Confederated Tribes"

    $14.99
    Recorded in Warm Springs, Oregon, this rare album was produced by Indian Records, Inc., in 1973. Sung live by the "Warm Springs Confederated Tribes", this record is in the standard vinyl format. ( 33 1/3 RPM - Monaural - 12" Album )

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  6. Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 Umatilla Songs

    Indian Records Inc. Presents: 16 Umatilla Songs

    $14.99
    Indian Records Inc., brings us another rare LP featuring songs of the Umatilla Tribe. This album was recorded live at Pendleton, Oregon. The record is the standard vinyl format. (33 1/3 RPM - Monaural - 12" Album). Learn More
  7. Pow wow music by Ironwood Singers: Live at Rosebud Fair

    Ironwood Singers - Traditional Songs of the Sioux - Live at Rosebud Fair (CD)

    $18.50
    The Ironwood Singers can sing many kinds of songs, but their specialty is their traditional songs and their ability to sing exactly the right song for a particular occasion and to sing it well. Learn More
  8. CD - Lakota Thunder - Veterans Songs

    CD - Lakota Thunder - Veterans Songs

    $18.50
    "There was a time that to be Lakota was to be laughed at and scorned, but through those adversities there were men and women who cherished the Lakota ways and kept them for us so we would never lose our identities. It is these grandfathers and grandmothers that we dedicate this CD collection of songs."
    ~Lakota Thunder Learn More
  9. Lakota Thunder – Way of Life - CD

    Lakota Thunder – Way of Life - CD

    $18.50
    This particular collection spans many generations in the Lakota way of life where there is a song for everything.  For instance, there are songs for sorrow, happiness, praise, and even songs of remembrance. Thus, Lakota Thunder’s “Way of Life” captures it in one powerful cd. Learn More
  10. Pow wow music by Porcupine Singers: Traditional Lakota Songs

    Porcupine Singers - Traditional Lakota Songs (CD)

    $18.50
    Recorded live at the Ring Thunder Wacipi (celebration arena) on the Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota in 1977, this CD recording captures the Porcupine Singers' deep fondness for traditional Lakota songs. Learn More

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