Published December 1999
by eReads.com .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
Songs of the Teton Sioux, Paperback – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Manufacturer: Westernlore Press. Genre/Form: Music: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Paige, Harry W., Songs of the Teton Sioux. Los Angeles, Westernlore Press, Read "Songs of the Teton Sioux" by Harry W. Paige, PhD available from Rakuten Kobo. The beautiful and mysterious song of the Sioux is a carefully crafted and highly individualized ritual performed to invo Brand: Open Road Media. A majority of the songs in this memoir were recorded among Indians belonging to the Teton division of the Dakota (Sioux) tribe, living on the Standing Rock Reservation in North and South Dakota. Songs were recorded also among the Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux living at Sisseton, S. Dak.; 12 of these are included in this volume under the following.
Get this from a library! Songs of the Teton Sioux. [Harry W Paige] -- The beautiful and mysterious song of the Sioux is a carefully crafted and highly individualized ritual performed to invoke the strength of the spirits in order to harness the power of nature. In. Teton Sioux Music and Culture by Densmore, Frances and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Frances Densmore's Teton Sioux Music and Culture is one of the many volumes that resulted from her prolific life-long project to record and transcribe the traditional music of American Indian peoples. The book explores the role of music in all aspects of Sioux life, and is a classic of the descriptive genre produced by members of the Smithsonian's Bureau of American Ethnology. In this, the first literary study of a fascinating tradition, Dr. Harry W. Paige immerses himself in the Sioux society and culture to unlock the mystery of this enchanting ritual. Passionate and intoxicating, Songs of the Teton Sioux will astound and fascinate scholar and casual reader alike.
Frances Densmore’s World of the Teton Sioux Indians paints a vivid picture of much of pre-reservation tribal life through firsthand accounts of traditional Lakota social life—including its religion, dreams, gatherings, songs and dances, buffalo hunts, treatment of the sick, and care for the poor–as recorded by her on the Standing Rock and 5/5. Get this book in print. Teton Sioux Music (Classic Reprint) painted party pipe progressions renditions were recorded rhythm rhythmic unit sacred stones semitone seventh sick singer singing Sioux songs Sitting Bull sixth society song begins song contains song were recorded songs concerning spirit Standing Rock Reservation Sun dance Sung. Library of Congress Control Number unk Language English OCLC Number Teton Sioux music. [N.P, ] Web.. Book/Printed Material Poems from . Densmore went on to interview numerous Sioux (or Lakota) men and women, collecting both their songs and their stories. The present version is an abridged edition of Teton Sioux Music, which according to William Powers is “one of the few monographs universally regarded as a true classic of Lakota culture.”.