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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. Floyd Red Crow Westerman - Going Back Yesterday, Today & Tommorrow

    Floyd Red Crow Westerman - Going Back Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

    $18.50
    "My special heartfelt thanks to Vine Deloria, Jr. Vine is the reason behind the contents of this recording. Highly regarded in this country as a driving literary force on the Indian point of view, Vine has contributed vast amounts of knowledge regarding American Indians through his many writings."
    ~Floyd Red Crow Westerman (2001) Learn More
  2. Floyd Red Crow Westerman - A Tribute to Johnny Cash

    Floyd Red Crow Westerman - A Tribute to Johnny Cash

    $18.50
    "I think Johnny Cash would be especially proud of this tribute album. Not just because of his high regard for Floyd Red Crow Westerman or his life long identification with Native Americans and commitment to their cause, but because it is such a respectful, loving portrayal of the man's work. Floyd's deep, powerful voice resonates with the truth. I had no idea he could sound so much like John."
    ~Kris Kristofferson Learn More
  3. Native American ceremonial music of Mitakuye Oyasin: Lakota Sundance Songs

    Mitakuye Oyasin - Lakota Sundance Songs - CD

    $18.50
    This CD collection of ceremonial music features songs sung during the Lakota Sundance. Learn More
  4. Native American ceremonial music: Taku Skan Skan

    Various CD - Taku Skan Skan

    $18.50
    This CD contains Lakota Yuwipi Songs. Learn More
  5. Darren Thompson – Between Earth & Sky: Native American Flute Music Recorded in the Black Hills - CD

    Darren Thompson – Between Earth & Sky: Native American Flute Music Recorded in the Black Hills - CD

    $18.50
    Flute music, recorded in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Darren Thompson’s album incorporates music influenced by Native American songs from the 1800’s. Learn More
  6. Tatanka Oyate - Prayer & Sun Dance Songs (vol 1)

    CD - Tatanka Oyate - Prayer & Sun Dance Songs (volumes 1 - 3)

    Starting at: $18.50

    This CD was recorded at Ft. Peck Reservation, Montana, June 12, 1999, this collection of Prayer and Sundance songs feature songs sung in the traditional Dakota dialect. Learn More
  7. Native American ceremonial music by David Swallow Jr: Lakota Prayer Songs

    David Swallow Jr. - Wocekiye Olowan - Lakota Prayer Songs CD

    $18.50
    David Swallow, Jr. was born and raised near Wounded Knee, South Dakota on the Pine Ridge Reservation. He was taught the ancient ways by his grandparents and is recognized as a spiritual leader and Sundance intercessor.

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  8. Native American Ceremonial Music by Spotted Eagle View: Seven Sacred Rites of the Lakota

    CD - Seven Sacred Rites Of The Lakota - Spotted Eagle View

    $18.50
    The teachings on this CD are dedicated to the Lakota youth and the generations yet unborn ~ Zintkala Oyate Learn More
  9. CD - The Song of Flower: Native American Flute Songs From Ojibwe Country

    CD - The Song of Flower: Native American Flute Songs From Ojibwe Country

    $18.50
    This CD by Darren Thompson, who is from Lac du Flambeau Wisconsin, has proven him to be one of the most dedicated Native American flute performers today. Learn More
  10. Lakota Sacred Songs by Skan Skan (vol 1)

    CD - Skan Skan - Lakota Sacred Songs (volumes 1 & 2)

    Starting at: $18.50

    This CD has Lakota sacred songs from Rosebud, South Dakota. Learn More

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