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Native music of the Tuamotus

Burrows, Edwin G.

Native music of the Tuamotus

by Burrows, Edwin G.

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Published by Kraus Reprint in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBulletin - The Bernice P. Bishop Museum -- 109, Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- 109.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3547.B94 N3 1971
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. :
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26567420M

    The following list contains a selection of recent books on music. All prices quoted are net, and in the case of foreign books, the price given is that at which the Native Music of the Tuamotus. pp. Bishop Museum: Honolulu, H. J., 2$. Programme Music. Schubert, Kurt: Die Programm-Musik. pp. Vieweg. Memley celebrates the Native American culture with an exquisite triptych of poems and song called Three Native American Settings. The original music is consumed with the sounds of the Native American spirit in all three selections. Although they can be performed separately, the set provides a reverent tribute to a beautiful culture.

    The treasure of the Tuamotus. London: S. Paul & co. MLA Citation. Hamilton, George. The treasure of the Tuamotus S. Paul & co London Australian/Harvard Citation. Hamilton, George. , The treasure of the Tuamotus S. Paul & co London. Wikipedia Citation. This song book includes a collection of twenty Native American songs from various tribal backgrounds, plus "Amazing Grace". Odell has collected these Native songs over a few years time and put them together in this first volume. This book is easy to use and because of the various note combinations it is a great tool to vary one's playing style.

      Powerful Native American Music stylings. The drum is a powerful tool in Native American Indian/First Nations culture. The drums are the literal "heartbeat" o. The two most common woodwind instruments in Native American music are flutes and whistles, differing in that flutes have several finger-holes to change sound while whistles produce a .


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Native music of the Tuamotus by Burrows, Edwin G. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burrows, Edwin G. (Edwin Grant), Native music of the Tuamotus. Honolulu, Hawaii: The Museum, Get this from a library. Native music of the Tuamotus. [Edwin G Burrows]. The Tuamotus, also referred to in English as the Tuamotu Archipelago or the Tuamotu Islands (French: Îles Tuamotu, officially Archipel des Tuamotu), are a French Polynesian chain of almost 80 islands and atolls forming the largest chain of atolls in the world.

This archipelago in the southern Pacific Ocean stretches from the northwest to the southeast over an area roughly the Location: Pacific Ocean. Claimed by France since the midth century, the Tuamotus include Ahe’s neighbor of Manihi and Rangiroa, whose square-mile lagoon makes it one of the largest atolls in the world.

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The only mention of the Tuamotus is the citation of a single example from Burrow's one-hundred-and-seven-page essay, "The Native Music of the Tuamotus" (), to support a statement that Tuamotuan music is similar to Marquesan.

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Native American Music for Recorder (song book), published by Mel Bay,64 pages, ISBN (). Catalog #MB See the Publisher's web site. Publisher's description: A collection of original duet compositions for recorder presented in the Southwestern Native American style scored in the minor pentatonic scales.

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Includes the names: Edwin G. Burrrows. Eastman was the first author to address American history from a native point of view, writing a number of books that detailed his own past as well as Native American culture and history.

Must-reads include Deep Woods to Civilization and The Indian Today: The. A version of this chant was copied by Percy Smith in from the book of Tapanga, an Anaa native, who was supposed to have written it down about the middle of last century. 22 Another shorter version entitled Nana hang a o te henua (Growth of the - 83 world) was given us by Paea of Anaa who collected it from some Tuamotuan in Papeete.

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