Navajo Songs / Various
During their social gatherings known as pow-wows, American Indians celebrate their attachment to their origins. The beating of the drums is in harmony with the Earth's heartbeat. Thus, the Indians commune with nature, and with their ancestors. These songs, which have come down over the ages, are vectors of ancestral traditions and teachings; they are often about respect for nature, the spirits, and the Creator.
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