Pueblo Songs of the Southwest

Item No: 1451

$ 18.00

  • This special album was recorded live at the 48th Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico, August 14-17, 1969. It features music from the following traditional dances: Hopi Basket Dance, Hopi Butterfly Dance, Jemez Buffalo Dance, San Juan Basket Dance, Zuni Rainbow Dance, Laguna Arrow Dance, Laguna Eagle Dance, and Laguna Buffalo Dance. The album provides an exclusive an insightful look into the traditions and culture of the Pueblo people.

    • Various artists
    • Format: Audio CD
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Original release date: 1972
    • Label: Indian House
  • This album was recorded by Native American artists who carry on the musical traditions passed down to them from their ancestors. In many Native American cultures, these musicians play a role in traditional ceremonies that serve as prayers for blessings and rain. Their music is appreciated around the world for its unique and beautiful sound and its role in preserving an important cultural legacy.
  • Many Native American artists are inspired by their rich cultural history and the traditions of art, dance, community and cuisine that have carefully been passed down for generations. From colorful shell bead work and mosaic inlay to Navajo weaving and Pueblo pottery, there are many art forms that are unique to the Pueblo people of New Mexico and tribes of the Southwest. Native American artists are inspired to preserve these traditional art forms, using them to tell stories of their history and culture while also preserving the high standards of craftsmanship that make their work distinctive, valuable and lasting.
  • At Shumakolowa Native Arts we are proud to sell rare and hard-to-find music that celebrates Native American and Pueblo culture, history and art. Our selection of music has been carefully curated by our team of experts to inspire and provide insight into these unique art forms.
  • At Shumakolowa Native Arts, we are proud to bring you books, music and films that celebrate and illuminate Native American artists and the original authentic art forms that are distinctive to Native Americans of the Southwest. These works are written, produced, directed or recorded by Native American authors, filmmakers and musicians or were created in consultation with Native American experts. In our unique collection of media, we bring you the finest scholarly books recognized for their nuanced exploration of Native American culture; music that comes out of Native traditions of prayer, song and dance; and films that use the voices of Native American people to examine their stories, art and history.
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