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'This book makes an unusual contribution to the large body of literature dealing with Native American music and its cultural context. Most important, it reports on the musical life of women in one Indian tribe, helping to balance a body of scholarship that has concentrated largely on men's musical activities.'--Bruno Nettl, ChoiceThe circuit spread and flourished, often at the expense of gardening and farming. ... In contrast to many types of music within Western traditions, Shoshone songs do not express individual feelings, and singers do not seek personal recognition anbsp;...

Author: Judith Vander
Publisher:University of Illinois Press - 1996

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