Navajo - Legends - Sounds Of The Native American People album flac
- Album: Legends - Sounds Of The Native American People
- FLAC: 1235 mb | MP3: 1345 mb
- Style: Folk
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 924
- Format: AUD AAC MOD AA MIDI RA ASF
|3||Eye Of The Sun||4:09|
|6||Harvest Dreams, Part 1||3:51|
|7||Harvest Dreams, Part 2||4:02|
|8||Cry For Rain, Part 1||3:28|
|9||Cry For Rain, Part 2||4:10|
|12||Like A Snake||4:04|
- Written-By – Attila Reklov, Thomas Wasskoenig*
NotesCD is part of a 4CD box set named: Native American Moods: Legends, Chants, Pan Pipes, Thunder Lighting and Rain.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 033107 108527
Track: Navajo Horse Riding Song (Traditional) Album: Spiritual Songs, Chants & Flute Music of the Native American Indian
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The Navajo Nation (Navajo: Naabeehó Bináhásdzo) is a Native American territory covering about 17,544,500 acres (71,000 km2; 27,413 sq mi), occupying portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico in the United States. This is the largest land area retained by a Native American tribe, with a population of roughly 350,000 as of 2016.
CD is part of a 4CD box set named: Native American Moods: Legends, Chants, Pan Pipes, Thunder Lighting and Rain. On The booklet it says tracks composed by the names above but performed by Navajo. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 15 For Sale from €. 9.
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Navajo legends are one of the most fascinating among Native American folklore. Navajo stories and myths are surrounded by highly mystical creatures like the skinwalkers and coyotes. These Navajo myths have been carried and passed on for generations, and there are still plenty of Navajo legends that live within the tribe, but have never been spoken to the outside world. Many of these legends and myths have been kept alive through artistic expressions within the Navajo jewelry and art, which many people find very attractive and popular
Between raids, Navajo and Pueblo people traded with each other. From this contact, the Navajo adopted some Pueblo habits, arts, and customs, especially farming, and settled down. The Navajo became farmers, then herders of sheep, goats, and horses. Navajos helped the Pueblo people in their great revolt against the Spanish (1680), mainly by accepting, occasionally on a permanent basis, fugitives and refugees. Trade Navajos were part of an extensive Native American trading system. The Native American Church has a strong presence on the reservation, as does Christianity. Radio stations broadcast programs in Navajo.
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The Navajo Indians are considered to be the largest tribe of all Native American Indians. Their homes were very simple, just a small shelter of wooden sticks, mud, and tree bark. These homes were known as hogans, and their doors faced the east to be sure the sun would shine in. When the Spanish came into their territory in the 1600’s, the Navajo who use their sheep for things like clothing and food. Today the Navajo population is still going strong. The Navajo tribes are some of the most influential of all Native Americans, and their history and traditions have been passed down over many generations. Related Stories: Navajo Indians Articles Home Page.
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