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Playlist of Aboriginal music of Canada

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  • Native American Traditional Cree Music

    55:03

    Native American music plays a vital role in history and education, with ceremonies and stories orally passing on ancestral customs to new generations. Native American ceremonial music is traditionally said to originate from deities or spirits, or from particularly respected individuals. Rituals are shaped by every aspect of song, dance and costuming, and each aspect informs about the makers, wearers and symbols important to the nation, tribe, village, clan, family, or individual. Native Americans perform stories through song, music and dance, and the historical facts thus propagated are an integral part of Native American beliefs. Epic legends and stories about culture heroes are a part of tribal music traditions, and these tales are often an iconic part of local culture.

    Traditional Music Channel is for everyone who has a passion for music and cultural heritage.
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    With recordings from more than hundred nations our Collection of Traditional Music offers a staggering diversity of our shared humanity.

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  • 3 HOURS Native American Relax Music | Spirit of Freedom | for Meditation Background, Relax, Dreaming

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    3 HOURS Native Americans' Music | Spirit of Freedom |. Enjoy this awesome music and relax. Use it in background for Sound Therapy, Meditation and Yoga practices, Stress Relief and Dreaming. Please subscribe and share.

    Music lies at the heart of Indian culture. From birth to death, all occasions, sacred and secular, personal and tribal, in the life of the Plains Indian are inextricably intertwined with musical performances. Native American music is the music that is used, created or performed by Native Americans in the United States and First Nations people of Canada, specifically traditional tribal music. In addition to the traditional music of the Native American groups, there now exist pan-tribal and inter-tribal genres as well as distinct Native American subgenres of popular music including: rock, blues, hip hop, classical, film music, and reggae, as well as unique popular styles like waila (chicken scratch).
    Singing and percussion are the most important aspects of traditional Native American music. Vocalization takes many forms, ranging from solo and choral song to responsorial, unison and multipart singing. Percussion, especially drums and rattles, are common accompaniment to keep the rhythm steady for the singers, who generally use their native language or non-lexical vocables (nonsense syllables). Traditional music usually begins with slow and steady beats that grow gradually faster and more emphatic, while various flourishes like drum and rattle tremolos, shouts and accented patterns add variety and signal changes in performance for singers and dancers
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  • Canadian Aboriginal Native Music

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    Canadian Aboriginal Native music featuring Huron Wendat Nation drummers and singers at the First Peoples Festival. Motivational speaker Clint Cora is a huge fan of native culture.

  • Native American Flute Music: Meditation Music for Shamanic Astral Projection, Healing Music

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    Native American Flute Music: Meditation Music for Shamanic Astral Projection, Healing Music

    Shamanism is a system for psychic, emotional, and spiritual healing and for exploration, discovery, and knowledge gathering about non-material worlds and states of mind. Shamanism is a technique of ecstasy in which the spirit of the shaman leaves the body and travels to communicate with spirit helpers and other beings for the purpose of obtaining knowledge, power, or healing.

    Shamanic Astral Projection or Shamanic Journeying is an altered state of consciousness wherein you enter a realm called non-ordinary reality. By journeying you can gather knowledge and perform healing in ways that are not accessible in ordinary waking reality.

    How does shamanism work?

    Some people think that in shamanic healing journeying, the spirit leaves the body and a person is being healed by spirit helpers. Others think that shamanic journeying allows access to one's own intuition, which may otherwise be drowned out by the prattle of everyday thinking or by anxiety; and that it is a way of engaging a person's subconscious desires for healing.

    Shamanic healing may not cure physical or psychological illness, but it may help one gain psychic energy that will allow one better to handle illness. Shamanic healing therefore is best used in conjunction with other treatments, not as a substitute for them.

    Connection with a Power Animal

    A power animal protects you physically and provides you with emotional support, wisdom, and vital energy. Some people think a power animal is a spirit being that stays with you because it cares for you and enjoys being able to experience life in a physical body. Others think a power animal is a symbol for one's subconscious wisdom. Almost everybody has a power animal; some have several. (Perhaps you had an invisible animal friend as a child or have always been fascinated with a particular kind of animal. This animal may be your Power Animal).

    A person may, in the course of life, lose contact with the power animal, thereby losing the animal's protection, wisdom, and energy. If you lose contact with your Power Animal, you may feel dispirited, or you may become sick easily.

    The Shamanic Astral Projection technique of Power Animal Retrieval can restore a person's connection to a Power Animal. A person can also journey to find his or her own Power Animal. To maintain a connection with your Power Animal, take the time to learn about your animal, learn to feel its presence, communicate with it, and honor it by doing things that it enjoys.

    Free flow of emotional and physical energy

    Health requires a free flow of energy that one can use to accomplish one's desires in the world. But one's energy can become blocked in various ways.

    People who have lost parts of their life essence, who have been ill, who have lost connection with a Power Animal, or who are regularly exposed to emotionally stressful situations are vulnerable to intrusions or psychic infections that block a person's connection with self or drain a person's energy.

    An intrusion can be thought of either as a foreign energy being that takes up residence in a person's psychic body (a psychic infection), or as a psychic structure (an emotional wall or barrier) that a person built to keep herself safe from harm, but that now is blocking some of his/her energy expression. A person with an intrusion might feel drained or ill, might have aches and pains, might have nightmares or other fears. A shamanic healer can find and remove intrusions and barriers in a healing ritual called extraction.

    A sense of purpose

    A sense of purpose is necessary to happiness. The person who loves and cares about the world and fellow beings, who wants to make some small part of the universe a better place, has a sense of purpose. A person can find a sense of purpose in life by seeking knowledge and direction through shamanic journeys, divinations, and rituals. One can do this alone, or with a group of people engaged in similar quests. A shamanic healer or counselor can't find another person's purpose, but can help one seek and interpret information.
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  • Classified - Powerless

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    Classified - Powerless [Official Music Video]

    Powerless by Classified, available now.

    The video was directed by Grammy-nominated Canadian Andrew Hines.
    It was shot on the Millbrook First Nation Reserve, which is a Mi’kmaq community located within Truro, Nova Scotia.



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    It’s hard to be strong when you’re feeling powerless

    She wonders why nobody hears her cry
    The footsteps in the hallway have her terrified
    Scared as she looks into his staring eyes
    He crawls into her bed and she just lays there almost paralyzed
    Feeling powerless
    She feels so powerless
    She close her eyes and hides under the covers
    As her father tried to touch her
    He took advantage of her took all her innocence from her
    She tried to explain to mother but she says she don't believe it
    Nobody wanna talk about it
    Cause this don't happen to good people, this don't happen to good people
    At the age of 17
    She finally went to the police
    Charged him for the crimes he did and finally took him off the streets
    And at trial, she had to relive it all again
    On the stand explaining how this man had took her life within
    Abused for 9 years, he got 4 months and a bit
    She got a lifelong sentence, he got a slap on the wrist
    It happens all too much but too many keep it hush hush
    How these kids supposed to trust us? Man, don't let em feel powerless

    I'm not sad I'm strong... oh
    I won’t feel powerless
    I won’t feel powerless
    I won’t feel powerless

    Thank you to my hero
    Hope to meet you someday
    Can anybody out there hear me
    I hope somebody can hear me
    Cause I don't wanna be here no more
    One day, one day
    Cause I don't wanna be here no more
    One day, one day
    We hope
    Cause I don’t wanna be here no more

    Shout out where my birth place is
    And to the first nations
    And to the people making the best out of the worst cases
    Too many unanswered questions and open murder cases
    Without a voice how we supposed to encourage changes?
    My grandmother was part white and part native
    In fact, my high school was part white and part native
    Personally connected I met people who been affected
    They been asking for some help but they been continually neglected
    How many more of these indigenous women have to go missing
    Before somebody will listen, huh?
    We need to change the conditions maybe it's blatant racism
    Maybe there’s hate in the system
    But we gotta fix it

    Cause the people feel powerless
    And the mothers feel powerless
    And the fathers feel powerless

    Like don't anybody care about my daughter
    Don't anybody care if she's alive or she been slaughtered
    They deserve to know so they can go and bury her with honor
    Big up to those fighting on and everybody fighting strong
    I wish that I could do more than just write a song

    I feel so powerless
    I feel so powerless
    I'm not sad I'm strong
    It’s hard to be strong but don’t feel powerless
    Don’t feel powerless
    Don’t feel powerless
    No, speak up

    Thank you to my hero, hope to meet you someday
    Can anybody out there hear me?
    I hope somebody can hear me
    Cause I don’t want to be here no more
    One day, one day
    Cause I don’t want to be here no more
    One day, one day
    (For some people, all they have is hope
    Hopefully one day)
    Cause I don’t want to be here no more

    There’s a lot of things we don’t like talking about it
    And we know we should be talking about it
    This happens a lot more than what we think it does
    Don’t let it make you feel powerless

    One day, one day
    One day, one day

    Music video by Classified performing Powerless. © 2018 Halflife Records

  • Native American Traditional Cree Music

    43:29

    Native American music plays a vital role in history and education, with ceremonies and stories orally passing on ancestral customs to new generations. Native American ceremonial music is traditionally said to originate from deities or spirits, or from particularly respected individuals. Rituals are shaped by every aspect of song, dance and costuming, and each aspect informs about the makers, wearers and symbols important to the nation, tribe, village, clan, family, or individual. Native Americans perform stories through song, music and dance, and the historical facts thus propagated are an integral part of Native American beliefs. Epic legends and stories about culture heroes are a part of tribal music traditions, and these tales are often an iconic part of local culture.

    Traditional Music Channel is for everyone who has a passion for music and cultural heritage.
    Whether you are an educator, artist, archivist, student or music enthusiast.
    With your support we can continue our mission.

    With recordings from more than hundred nations our Collection of Traditional Music offers a staggering diversity of our shared humanity.

    Traditional Music Channel © All Rights Reserved

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  • This song makes me cry! The Last of the Mohicans THE BEST EVER! by Alexandro Querevalú

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    Another version of the theme from the movie The last of the Mohicans performed by Alexandro Querevalú composed by Trevor Jones and Randy Edelman for the film of the same name, is the signature tune of Alexandro Querevalú. As the heading indicates, this masterpiece not only makes the performer cry but also millions of people all over the world! The sentiments expressed in Alexandro´s interpretation of the music with a one of the native american flutes called Quenacho has a uniting effect on the hearts of people of all races, nations, religions and cultures.


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  • Inuit throat-singing sisters from Canada

    3:04

    Karin and Kathy Kettler, the Canadian throat-singing sisters who together are known as Nukariik, carry on the traditions of the elders from their mothers' village in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, which is located in northern Quebec.

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  • French-Canadian Folk Dance

    3:52

    Lechowia of Mississauga

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  • Native American Traditional Lakota Music

    53:26

    Native American music plays a vital role in history and education, with ceremonies and stories orally passing on ancestral customs to new generations. Native American ceremonial music is traditionally said to originate from deities or spirits, or from particularly respected individuals. Rituals are shaped by every aspect of song, dance and costuming, and each aspect informs about the makers, wearers and symbols important to the nation, tribe, village, clan, family, or individual. Native Americans perform stories through song, music and dance, and the historical facts thus propagated are an integral part of Native American beliefs. Epic legends and stories about culture heroes are a part of tribal music traditions, and these tales are often an iconic part of local culture.

    Traditional Music Channel is for everyone who has a passion for music and cultural heritage.
    Whether you are an educator, artist, archivist, student or music enthusiast.
    With your support we can continue our mission.

    With recordings from more than hundred nations our Collection of Traditional Music offers a staggering diversity of our shared humanity.

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  • Traditional Didgeridoo Rhythms by Lewis Burns, Aboriginal Australian Artist

    3:30

    Lewis Burns is an ambassador of the Aboriginal Tradition and carries the wisdom and knowledge of his elders around the world as he travels and shares his culture. At the Tribal Rhythms Gathering, participants will have the opportunity to study traditional didgeridoo rhythms with Lewis Burns.

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    This video was taken at The Tribal Rhythms Gathering in Upstate New York in 2016. Details for this annual event at

    Camera by Aneta Ptak

  • O Canada - National Anthem - Song & Lyrics - HQ

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    Canadian National Anthem O Canada in HQ - complete with lyrics, captions, vocals & music.
    LYRICS:
    O Canada! Our home and native land!
    True patriot love in all thy sons* command
    With glowing hearts we see thee rise
    The true North strong and free!
    From far and wide, O Canada we stand on guard for thee
    God keep our land glorious and free!
    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee
    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee

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    * all thy sons will soon be replaced with all of us. Yay!

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  • Yanni – FROM THE VAULT - Australian Didgeridoo with a Twist - Live

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    Yanni – FROM THE VAULT
    NEVER RELEASED BEFORE
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    “AUSTRAILIAN DIDGERIDOO WITH A TWIST (LIVE)
    ETHNICITY TOUR - Vancouver, BC.

    A stunning performance by one of the worlds best Didge players…
    Expect SURPRISES! -Yanni



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  • A Tribe Called Red Ft. Black Bear - Stadium Pow Wow

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    Get A Tribe Called Red's new album We Are The Halluci Nation now:

    Stadium Pow Wow is A Tribe Called Red's first summer single of 2016. The energetic anthem continues to showcase Tribe's unique style of music to the world. Featuring Black Bear, Stadium Pow Wow is ready to take on the world.

    Buy the single on iTunes!
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    Catch us on tour in 2019! You can get your tickets here:
    06/22: Lewiston, NY - Artpark - Strawberry Moon Festival
    07/12: Calgary, AB - Calgary Stampede
    07/13: Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory & Constellation Room
    07/17: San Francisco, CA - The Independent
    07/19: Seattle, WA – Capitol Hill Block Party
    07/20: Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
    07/22: Spokane, WA – Lucky You Lounge
    07/27: Squamish, BC - Squamish Constellation Festival
    08/09: Regina, SK - Regina Folk Festival
    08/11: Salmo, BC - Shambhala Music Festival
    08/17: Peterborough, ON - Peterborough Folk Fest
    08/18: Elora, ON - Riverfest Elora
    11/04: Berlin, DE - Lido Berlin
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  • Canadian aboriginal folk music

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  • Katajjacoustic - Traditional Throat Singing of the Inuit

    45:36

    Kiah Hachey and Karen Flaherty are two young Inuit women from Nunavut in Northern Canada. Their magic is the female traditional art of katajjaq. Mostly performed as a duet, this form of throat singing mimics the natural world. Wind, ice, sea and bird sounds dominate.

    Three young composers, students at the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar/ studio of electro-acoustic music, joined the duo.

    Kiah Hachey – throat singing
    Karen Flaherty – throat singing
    Paul Hauptmeier – live electronics
    Martin Recker – live electronics
    Sergio Valencia – sound production

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

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  • First Out Here: Indigenous Hip Hop in Canada

    25:23

    Indigenous rappers in Canada reflect on a unique struggle. In a country where the most incarcerated population is aboriginal, these artists reflect on the crisis of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women, conflicts around resource extraction on native land, and the protest movement Idle No More, which galvanized aboriginal communities from coast to coast. Indigenous rap doesn't get enough attention outside of its vibrant scene. VICE host Rich Kidd went to Regina, Winnipeg and his hometown Toronto to meet some of the scene’s big names like Drezus, Winnipeg Boyz and David Strickland and up-and-comer T-Rhyme.

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  • Wonderful Native American Indians, Shamanic Spiritual Music, Música De Los Nativos Indios Americanos

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    ★Artistas y Títulos★

    0:00 1- Lakota Dreams Song.
    4:41 2- Chirapaq.
    8:29 3- Shaman.
    14:09 4- A - La - Ke.
    17:50 5- Munaq Killa.
    22:13 6- Night Song.
    27:17 7- Dancing Under The Moon.
    32:20 8- Eagle Spirit.
    36:54 9- Looking For North.
    43:26 10- Freedom Dance.
    49:18 11- Sunrise Feeling.
    52:54 12- Cry Dance.
    58:49 13- The Last Of The Mohicans.

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    Buena música árabe instrumental - Good instrumental Arabic music - Mario Kirlis - TrackList HD:


    Good Celtic Music of Ireland - Hermosa Música Celta Irlandesa - Feet Of Flames - TrackList HD:


    Beautiful Chill Out Arabic Music Oriental Mix - Hermosa Música Danza Árabe - HD:


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    2 Hours Good French Music - Musette Accordeon - Andre Verchuren awesome accordion compilation album.

  • Stevie Salas - In Toronto Canadian Aboriginal Music

    8:19

    Stevie Salas Live in Toronto at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards Saturday Night November 29, 2008
    Recorded by Doug Thomas

  • First Nations Flute Prayer

    5:07

    Aho!

    Artista: Existence

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  • Asani perform a unique version of the Canadian national anthem

    2:58

    Asani, an Aboriginal womens a cappella group from Edmonton, Alberta, present a stirring rendition of O, Canada, re-imagined to reflect the myriad peoples who call Canada their homeland.
    The group Asani hails from Alberta, Canada. They are: Debbie Houle, Sarah Pocklington, and Sherryl Sewepagahan. Here, Asani performs the Canadian National Anthem in the groups unique style.

    Many cultures, ethnic identities, and languages flourish in Canada. French, English, Scottish, and Irish immigrants have maintained their cultural heritage across generations, as have Aboriginal peoples fiercely determined to preserve their ways of life in the wake of oppressive colonialism and its injustices. Recent American, Eastern and Northern European, and Asian immigrants also contribute to the cultural mosaic. O, Canada, the Canadian national anthem, was originally written in French in 1880, and the English version was chosen as the country's official anthem in 1980.

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  • Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards - Arvel Bird - Double Recipient

    4:30

    Arvel Bird wins 2 awards at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards on November 26, 2009 Best Producer/Engineer and Best Instrumental for Tribal Music Suite: Journey of a Paiute. Please forgive the screaming and exclamations on the audio, I was pretty excited!

  • Asani - O Canada!

    2:28

    O Canada! The national anthem performed by Asani, blending Canada's cultures and languages into a powerful and unique rendition. This performance happened at the Athabasca University convocation ceremonies, June 2015.

  • Native American Healer Music

    36:14

    Native American music plays a vital role in history and education, with ceremonies and stories orally passing on ancestral customs to new generations. Native American ceremonial music is traditionally said to originate from deities or spirits, or from particularly respected individuals. Rituals are shaped by every aspect of song, dance and costuming, and each aspect informs about the makers, wearers and symbols important to the nation, tribe, village, clan, family, or individual. Native Americans perform stories through song, music and dance, and the historical facts thus propagated are an integral part of Native American beliefs. Epic legends and stories about culture heroes are a part of tribal music traditions, and these tales are often an iconic part of local culture.

    Traditional Music Channel is for everyone who has a passion for music and cultural heritage.
    Whether you are an educator, artist, archivist, student or music enthusiast.
    With your support we can continue our mission.

    With recordings from more than hundred nations our Collection of Traditional Music offers a staggering diversity of our shared humanity.

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  • Native American Music Dual at Canadian Aboriginal Festival

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    Native American music dual performance during Canadian Aboriginal Festival. Motivational speaker Clint Cora is a huge fan of native culture.

  • Young Spirit - Fancy Fan Action

    4:10

    Great song and a smooth jingler with some fancy fanwork!

  • Drezus - Warpath

    3:16

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    Warpath Artwork by: Tom Crier for TMC
    Shot in: Edmonton AB, Calgary AB, Maskwacis AB, Tsuu Tina AB, Vancouver BC
    Pendleton Fleece by: Small Creeations
    West Coast Art and Masks provided by Beau Dick

    Dancers: Carly Larocque, Sage Bull, Carleen larocque, Hayden Saskatchewan, Azaiysa Saskatchewan, Oshyn Raine, Brannen Raine & Jerome Montour.

    Singers: Soloman Bull, Virgil Deschamps, Terrence Crier, Jacob Montour, Jerry Roasting, Travis Deschamps, Bruce Roasting, Virgil Bull.

    Horse rider: Dalyce Brown.

    SB Ranch in Louis Bull reserve, Maskwacis.

    Special shoutouts to Nato and Jen for having us!! Cassandra Moody, Nutly, Hal Eagletail, Tristen Eagletail and family, Verlyn Bull, Adele Bull, Claudia Bull, Olivia Bull, Nancy Raine, Jason Makinaw and family, Tom Crier, Errol Crier, Randal and Bronx Wapass, Kim, Cara Morin, Karla Lamouche, Stevie Lawrence and her sister, Aaron Lightning and family, Chumz Alexis and family, Kelsey Wolver, Inez Jasper, Gloria Manitopyes, Alvin Manitopyes, Lb Savage and NDN Fam, Dylan Manitopyes, Jayden Manitopyes, Tyson Manitopyes, Shayla Stonechild, Beau Dick, Corey Bulpitt.

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    This song is a song for all native soldiers and warriors who are mostly forgotten. We have to come together as men to protect our woman and childen.

    MUCH MUCH RESPECT TO ALL MY PEOPLE AND ALL PEOPLE ABROAD! ITS TIME TO TAKE ACTION!!! #INDIANSUMMER #WARPATH #IDLENOMORE #NOPIPELINES

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  • Twin Flames Win Canadian Folk Music Awards 2017 Aboriginal Songwriters of the year

    3:32

    Live in Toronto Twin Flames Won - Canadian Folk Music Awards 2017 Aboriginal Songwriters of the year! We are thrilled and honored to have won and to represent Indigenous and Inuit Cultures in Canada. Thank you everyone for your support

  • A Tribe Called Red - Electric Pow Wow Drum

    3:40

    A re-upload of our song Electric Pow Wow from our first album! Get A Tribe Called Red's album for FREE at
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    07/17: San Francisco, CA - The Independent
    07/19: Seattle, WA – Capitol Hill Block Party
    07/20: Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
    07/22: Spokane, WA – Lucky You Lounge
    07/27: Squamish, BC - Squamish Constellation Festival
    08/09: Regina, SK - Regina Folk Festival
    08/11: Salmo, BC - Shambhala Music Festival
    08/17: Peterborough, ON - Peterborough Folk Fest
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  • RED EAGLE - STILL HERE OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

    7:03

    Song written and performed by Red Eagle.

    Music Video shot, edited and directed by Mark D. Williams in association with Digital Feather Media.

    Shot on location in Lawton, Oklahoma and the Southside of Oklahoma City.

  • Native American Sleep Music: canyon flute & nocturnal canyon sounds, sleep meditation

    9:9:09

    The Native American Flute can transport one to a more relaxed and calm state, especially after listening for 10 minutes or more. This feeling is known as the ‘alpha’ state, a state during which your brain is pulsing at a lower rate than your mental and emotional fluctuations. (Price, Creating and Using the Native American Love Flute, 1994). One of the most impactful ways to develop this alpha state, is by focusing on the breath. During our daily activities this can be a challenge, as due to our busy lives, our minds end up operating mostly in the ‘beta’ state. In this state, your conscious mind is dominant and your subconscious mind can’t break through to help you out, as it can when you are asleep. So, people who are able and trained to maintain a prolonged alpha state can deal with life much more effectively than people who are usually in beta (Price, Creating and Using the Native American Love Flute, 1994). In this way, native flute can lead you to develop more coordination, intuition, and intelligence. One of the main reasons for this is because listening to the flute encourages one to sit and ‘be with the breath’.

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  • Nammy winner Arvel Bird performs at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards

    5:16

    Celtic violinist/American Indian flutist and composer/musician Arvel Bird performing the Tribal Music Suite November 26, 2009 at the VIP Gala Dinner at the pre-awards show. He was the final performer of the star-studded evening.

  • Idle No More

    4:06

    Idle No More is an ongoing protest movement originating among the Aboriginal peoples in Canada comprising the First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples and their non-Aboriginal supporters in Canada, and to a lesser extent, internationally. It has consisted of a number of political actions worldwide, inspired in part by the hunger strike of Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence and further coordinated via social media. A reaction to alleged abuses of indigenous treaty rights by the current federal government, the movement takes particular issue with the recent omnibus bill Bill C-45.

    Amelia Curran is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She was born in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador and currently lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The National Post describes her music as a bit like Leonard Cohen being channeled in a dusty saloon by Patsy Cline. Curran started playing guitar and writing songs as a teenager and eventually dropped out of university in order to busk on the streets of St. John's. That led to her first album release in 2000, and since then she has released four more.
    Her 2006 release, War Brides, was initially released independently and was later given a European and national Canadian release by Six Shooter Records. She describes her signing to Six Shooter Records as a promotion and goes on to say I have a lot more work to do, more often, as a result of which I will make some more money and sell some more records. But it is the same job that I have been doing for ten years.
    War Brides was nominated for two East Coast Music Awards: Folk Recording of the Year and Female Solo Recording of the Year.
    In 2009, Curran released Hunter, Hunter. She describes this album as a little tougher than War Brides but it's still minimal. She explains that the title is Hunter Hunter as opposed to hunter-gatherer. This is the first album that she recorded in her home-town of St. John's.
    Curran's lyrics have been described as evocative by Spinner Canada who, referring to Curran's song The Mistress, wrote that Like the best poets, Curran packs so much meaning into each line that the listener barely has time to register each clever lyric before the next zinger comes along.
    Hunter Hunter earned Curran four nominations at the 2010 East Coast Music Awards; Female Solo Recording of the Year, FACTOR Recording of the Year, SOCAN Songwriter of the Year and Folk Recording of the Year. In addition to being a musician, Curran is also a playwright and actor, and has had her plays performed in fringe festivals.
    On April 17, 2010, Curran won a Juno Award in the category of Roots and Traditional Album of the Year: Solo. Curran also won first prize (Folk category) of the prestigious 15th Annual USA Songwriting Competition.

  • FARAH PALMER LIVE AT THE CANADIAN ABORIGINAL MUSIC AWARDS 2008

    4:03

    SHE HAS A BEAUTIFUL SPIRIT, AND A POWERFUL VOICE!!! YOU ROCK FARAH. BEAUTIFUL PERFORMANCE AT THE CAMAS 2008 IN TORONTO

  • Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards - Arvel Birds Prophetic Statement

    1:03

    CAMAs selected Arvel as a finalist in 3 categories, Best Instrumental Album, Best Producer/Engineer and Album of the Year. Thursday, November 27th, 2009 at the VIP Gala Awards and Dinner, Arvel won the first two. Tonight, November 28th, 2009 at the Main Awards Show, Album of the Year will be announced. Can he go 3 for 3? In this video clip, before the show started, Arvel verbalized what the rest of us were thinking! Thank you Canada!

  • CRYSTAL SHAWANDA LIVE AT THE CANADIAN ABORIGINAL MUSIC AWARDS 2008

    4:00

    CRYSTAL DOES AN AMAZING JOB ON HER PERFORMANCE..A FAVOURITE OF MANY, WONDERFUL SONGS, WONDERFUL SPIRIT

  • TANYA TAGAQ LIVE AT THE CANADIAN ABORIGINAL MUSIC AWARDS

    4:50

    TANYA TAGAQ WAS TRULY AMAZING, THIS PERFORMANCE WAS VERY EMOTIONAL, MOTHER EARTH AND HER STRUGGLES, HER ANIMALS IN PAIN, HER FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL IN THESE TIMES WE LIVE IN, THANK YOU TANYA, FOR YOUR BEAUTIFULLY CREATIVE MIND...NIA:WEN

  • APTN Canada Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards 2011

    1:34:03

    Now called the Indigenous Music Awards.



  • Traditional Shaman Music ● Native Tribes ● Aboriginal Music, Mystical Music, Ancient Music Sounds

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    Traditional Shaman Music ● Native Tribes ►
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    1. Shamanism is the oldest and most widespread method of healing. There is archaeological evidence suggesting that the techniques of the shaman are at least 20,000 years old, with vivid evidence of their antiquity in the cave paintings in the south of France. In Les Trois Freres cave, there is a mysterious, partly carved, partly painted deerlike creature thought to represent a shaman.

    Carvings on reindeer bones from the Paleolithic period showing the shaman garbed in an animal mask were found in Pin Hole Cave in England. Another reindeer bone carving of enormous interest shows — a pregnant woman lying underneath a deer, presumably to garner strength for her ordeal. (The highly prevalent deer motif as healing spirit will be discussed in other contexts in this chapter.)

    2. The practices of shamans are remarkably similar in Asia, Australia, Africa, the Americas (South, Central, and North), and even in Europe. This is the case despite there being essentially cultural exchange across the oceans.

    Why would these practices be passed down for 20,000 some odd years, when other aspects of the various social systems are in great contrast? Since the only consistency amongst these greatly varied social systems is the practice of Shamanism, it is evidence that shamanism works, and, through trial and error, the same techniques for healing were adopted by diverse populations. Cultural perspectives of the shaman need not be shared in order for shamanism to be effective.

    Is it not possible that because shamanic practices involve a state of altered consciousness, this ancient way somehow was learned and communicated via the psychic, etheric realms? In other words, it can be argued that these practices are divinely inspired. As a result, many forms of alternative health, especially those involving energy healing, stem from shamanism.

    3. Shamans are intermediaries or messengers between the natural world and spirit worlds. They treat ailments and illness by mending the soul. Alleviating traumas affecting the soul and spirit enables the physical body to undergo balance and wholeness. The creation of balance results in the elimination of the ailment, thus restored health for the human body

    4. Shamans can be male or female.

    5. In many cultures, heredity played little part in determining the shaman of the tribe. There were some, however, in the northeast part of the Maidu country (in California) all of a shaman’s children were obliged to take up his profession or the spirits would kill them.

    6. There was a certain naturopathy philosophy when a shaman was called to help heal. The shaman may have had knowledge and function in several healing roles. It would be unthinkable, however, to go to a bone setter who was not also a shaman to ask how to live a life, or for an interpretation of the meaning of a disease in a cultural context. The distinction between mechanical, technological medicine and shamanic medicine seems to have been clear until recent times, with the former having always had a significant role in relieving the torment of physical suffering

    6. Some sort of séance and ritual leading to an altered state of consciousness – sometimes just the shaman, often including the person needing healing. Achieving this trance state (to use a modern term) is accomplished by various means such as fasting for days or weeks, exposing the body to extreme temperatures (sweat lodges, frigid cold), psychotropic herbs or venoms, or extreme physical activity (for example, hiking up a mountain for days straight with no stop).

    7. The shaman summons his or her helper spirits using the drum, baton, shaman’s post, shaman’s chum, sacred place, and many other ritual objects. Use or contact with the helper spirits varied. While some shamans became what we would call possessed, others controlled their spirits objectively as if they were handling so many instruments, and still others consulted their helpers in trances.

    Sometimes the shaman sent helper spirits into the body of the sick person to learn the cause of the disease, and then the means of healing was selected.

    8. An important part of shamanic ritual was the preparation of the sacred place, drum, costume, special curative clothes, and ritual objects. Wooden images that symbolized incarnations of disease spirits were used in curative practices.

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  • Aboriginal Music Week 2011 - World Hood

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    World Hood
    Aboriginal Music Week 2011
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    Concert Details
    Friday, November 4, 2011
    The Pyramid Cabaret
    9pm doors
    Tickets $20 at
    18+ | ID Required

  • International Indigenous Music Summit 2019

    2:14

    International Indigenous Music Summit (MTL) 2019

    Bringing together global Indigenous music industry, culture leaders, and artists to honour tradition and forge new paths forward, The International Indigenous Music Summit is happening during Folk Alliance International’s 31st conference in Montréal, Canada on Thursday, February 14th from 10 am - 3 pm. The Summit is organized and facilitated by Indigenous artist and community leader ShoShona Kish and hosted on the traditional and un-ceded territory of the Kanien'keh:ka of Kahnawà:ke.

    The one-day summit is a gathering of Indigenous artists, knowledge keepers, and community builders, along with key invited allies to discuss the most important issues facing the Indigenous music community. This gathering coincides with the UN's declaration of 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages and is being supported in part through funding by the Canada Council for the Arts.
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    Northern Cree drumming and singing

  • Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards Canada

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    Vlog - Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards - two days in Winnipeg. The Candy Show won an APCMA for Best Television Series. Thank you to all of you who voted. Thank you for watching, please subscribe and give the video thumbs up.

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  • Dani and Lizzy - Dancing in the Sky

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    Music video by Dani and Lizzy performing Dancing in the Sky. (C) 2016 604 Records Inc.

  • APTN Canada Aboriginal Day Live 2017 Part 1

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    Now called Indigenous Day Live as of 2018.



  • Aboriginal Rapper From Canada!

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    #SoMAD By DX66 From MADPoets is a song about a different kind of struggle in reservations, Ontario Canada is home, it is a place of many issues! Drinking,drug abuse n mental health.

  • Aboriginal Singer Songwriter Charlie Linklater

    3:01

    A song he wrote....RIP.....uncle!

  • DJ Shub - Indomitable ft. Northern Cree Singers

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    Winner: Best Music Video, 2017 Native American Music Awards
    Nominee: Best EDM/Dance Video, 2017 Much Music Video Awards

    DJ Shub
    Indomitbale ft. Northern Cree Singers
    EP title: PowWowStep (December 2, 2016)

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    INDOMITABLE (in·dom·i·ta·ble): impossible to subdue or defeat

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    Anchored by the drum and vocals of the seven-time Grammy nominated Northern Cree Singers, DJ Shub's Indomitable ft. Northern Cree Singers re-introduces the world to the musical prowess of this award winning music producer and title earning competition DJ.

    Exec Producer: Mauricio Ruiz
    Head of Production: Matthew Power
    Director: Mark Stanleigh
    Producer: Brendan Jessamine
    DOP: Gregory Bennet
    B Camera OP: Christoph Bentley
    1st AC: Eric Rowe
    Key Grip: Max Stussi
    PA: Brett Bachus
    Editor: Peter Schnobb and Mark Stanleigh
    Colourist: Clinton Homuth
    Dancer/main character: Josh DePerry (Classic Roots)

    Special thanks to MuchFACT, a division of Bell Media Inc., MadRuk, the Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow, Classic Roots (main character), Northern Cree Singers, and Canyon Records for their help and support.

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    Indomitable ft. Northern Cree Singers by DJ Shub features a sample from Northern Cree's Young and Free song, which was composed by Conan Yellowbird for the drum's Ewipihcihk album released by Canyon Records. Young and Free is published by DMG Arizona (ASCAP).

  • Aboriginal Music Week 2011 - Cassidy Mann preview

    3:16

    Cassidy Mann
    Aboriginal Music Week 2011
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    Concert Details
    Thursday, November 3, 2011
    West End Cultural Centre
    7pm doors, 730pm music
    Tickets $10 at
    Families Welcome

  • Tumivut - Inuit Throat Singing - The Competition Song

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    Tumivut - Inuit Throat Singing - The Competiton Song at Aboriginal Day 2010 at The Forks in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada

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