Honor, serenade, and creation songs representing the traditional music of fourteen tribal groups from the Warm Springs (Ore.) Reservation; "three tribal groups, the Warm Springs, Wasco, and Northern Paiute make up the majority of native people enrolled as the Warm Springs Indians"--Insert.
Originally released in 1975.
Program notes by Glenn H. White ( folded sheet : col. ill.) inserted in container.
Ellen Squiemphem, Susan Moses, Bernice Mitchell, Ada Sooksit, Adeline Miller, singers.
Recorded at Warm Springs, Ore. on August 12, 1974.
Sung in unidentified Native American languages.
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