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Mary Louise Defender Wilson - The Elders Speak flac album

Performer: Mary Louise Defender Wilson
Title: The Elders Speak
Style: Spoken Word,Comedy,Documentary,Native American,North American Traditions
Duration: 01:03:42
Relesed: September 28, 1999
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 825
Other formats: MIDI AAC MP4 DXD MPC AA

Request an album send to friend. Mary Louise Defender Wilson. The Elders Speak (1999). Mary Louise Defender Wilson - The Elders Speak. Quality: 192 Kbits/sec. Bitrate (quality): 192. mp3. 1. Introductory Remarks.

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Spirit Mountain - Authentic Music of the American Indian. More Mary Louise Defender Wilson. Listen to My Relatives Say now. Listen to My Relatives Say in full in the this site app. A wet plate collodion photograph of Marie Louise Defender Wilson. Marie Louise Defender Wilson (October 14, 1930), also known by her Dakotah name Wagmuhawin (Gourd Woman), is a storyteller, traditionalist, historian, scholar and educator of the Dakotah/Hidatsa people and a cultural director working in health care organizations. YouTube Encyclopedic. In 1999, Wilson released her first spoken word album, The Elders Speak. In 2002 her second album, My Relatives Say won the Nammy for Best Spoken Word Album. The value of storytelling, Wilson says, is "Civilization means trying to understand ourselves as human beings, what we are born with. The Dakotah believe that all human beings born into this world have certain primitive characteristics and people have to be careful otherwise those will dominate that human being.

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Mary Louise Defender Wilson: Storyteller, traditionalist, historian, scholar and educator of the Dakotah/Hidatsa people and a cultural director working in health care organizations. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Storyteller, traditionalist, historian, scholar and educator of the Dakotah/Hidatsa people and a cultural director working in health care organizations.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Intro Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Eagle Heart / Gourd Woman 0:45
2 Sky Woma and the Great Flood Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Eagle Heart 3:46
3 Powerful Lake Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Gourd Woman 10:09
4 White Buffalo Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Eagle Heart 4:43
5 Woman Who Turned Herself to Stone Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Gourd Woman 11:23
6 Holy Spring Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Eagle Heart 4:18
7 Spiderman and the Giant Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Gourd Woman 10:10
8 Nanabosho and the Dancing Ducks Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Eagle Heart 5:40
9 Coyote's Den Hill Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Gourd Woman 12:48
10 Closing Mary Louise Defender Wilson feat: Gourd Woman 4:53

Credits

Eagle Heart - Primary Artist
Gourd Woman - Primary Artist
Dan Koeck - Photography
Chris Martin - Photography
Stephanie Meisel - Design
Mary Louise Defender Wilson - Primary Artist
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