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Ojibwe music

  • Aired: 09/01/2000
  • 29:12
  • Rating: TV-G
Eddie Benton-Benai describes the roles that instruments such as the shaker, flute and drum play in Ojibwe life. Tribal members perform traditional music. Also shown are the Spirit Bird Singers, a group of younger musicians carrying on and extending the traditions.
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