Traditional music of the San Carlos and White Mountain Apache tribes, including both ceremonial and social songs.
Some selections originally released on Songs of the Arizona Apache (1987) or on Songs of the White Mountain Apache (1977).
Program notes by Mary Boley and Stephen Butler ( folded sheet : ill.) inserted in container.
Philip Cassadore (tracks 1-8), Patsy Cassadore (tracks 14-21), Sinew Luke Riley (tracks 9-10), Edwin Endfield (tracks 11-12), Freda Galconey, George Gregg, Jimmy Tessay, Frank Gordon, Charles Henry, Alexander Holmes, Harry Toney, Minnie Narcisco (tracks 13, 22-25), singers.
Recorded in Arizona in 1966 (tracks 1-8, 14-21), Oct. 14, 1976 (tracks 13, 22-25) and 1986 (remainder).
Sung in Apache languages.
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c. 1: 1999-466.
Mountain spirit dance (1:38)
Another mountain spirit dance (2:04)
Rain dance song (1:21)
Apache creation song (1:33)
Girl who is afraid of boys (1:50)
Social song (2 versions) (2:00)
Sacred cave song (1:42)
Better life ahead (1:23)
Sunrise ceremonial song #1 (Changing woman ceremony) (1:54)
Sunrise ceremonial song #2 (Changing woman ceremony) (3:44)
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