A little tidbit about Native American Music...
Looking for Native American Music? Native American music has a style all its own. Regarding their music to be gifts from the "Creator," the First People's music is comprised of songs that tell stories about life, religion, healing and so much more. Instruments commonly used in Native American music include beaters, body percussion, bullroarers, drums, flutes, horns, rasps, rattles, reed instruments, and whistles; and the vocals are as diverse as each region and individual group.
Various Native American music styles include Children's; Compilations; Contemporary; Flute; Powwow and Traditional Native American music. There are many talented Native American music artists including Dakota Tamakoce who performs Traditional and Powwow; and Premeaux and Mike, who recently won the 2002 Grammy award for their album titled "Bless the People;" Another recording artist, Mary Youngblood released her Native American music flute album in 2002. Today, many aspiring Native American music artists continue to contribute to the music industry.
To further promote Native American music, the Native American Music Association (since 1994) has archived Native American music works and has been presenting annual Native American music awards to aspiring recording artists.
To learn more about Native American music, or if you are seeking specific Native American music, feel free to listen to Media Positive Radio or visit our recording artist personal pages.
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