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Playlist of Iroquois music

  • Iroquois Stick Dance - Bear Mountain PowWow - Redhawk Native Arts


    Iroquois Stick Dance - Bear Mountain PowWow - Redhawk Native Arts


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  • Joanne Shenandoah Matriarch Iroquois Womens Songs


    Joanne Shenandoah Matriarch Iroquois Women's Songs
    The Ad revenue is by the copy right owners not me. I just hope the artist is getting her share she deserves it.
    DISCLAIMER: I do not own the rights to this music/song and do not claim ownership. All rights belong to the owner i have cited. No Copyright Infringement Intended.

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  • Oneida Iroquois


    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Oneida Iroquois · Joanne Shenandoah

    Under The Green Corn Moon

    ℗ Silver Wave Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Joanne Shenandoah
    Music Publisher: Joanne Shenandoah ASCAP

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Indian Road - The Best of Native American Flute Music


    A collection of magical flute songs performed by Native American musicians.

    Track list:

    1. The Offering 00:00
    2. Fog 02:37
    3. Unrequited 07:15
    4. Peace And Power 11:31
    5. Within My Heart 14:59
    6. Flight Song 17:13
    7. Eagle Come Pray For Me 20:58
    8. Yellow Ram’s Song 25:32
    9. Eagle Clan 28:00
    10. Yuba 30:56
    11. Navajo Lullaby 34:37
    12.Oneida Iroquois 37:31
    13. Beneath the Raven Moon 41:00
    14. If Walls Could Speak 45:00
    15. The Dance Of The Puma And The Wolf 49:58

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  • Niaweh ~ Thank You for Being! Beautiful Native American Iroquois Chant


    Niaweh (thank you for being) - Illuminate - Illumina
    Download album from here:

    Please like, rate or comment ~ thank you!

  • Under the Green Corn Moon - Native American Lullabies


    Various Artists - Under the Green Corn Moon - Native American Lullabies
    Label Silver Wave Records
    Release 1998
    0:00 Lorain Fox - Tu Tu Teschcote (Aztec) 3:01
    3:05 Dorothy White Horse - Untitled (Kiowa) 1:52
    5:00 Robert Mirabal - Bpa-the'Bhup-oo (Taos Pueblo) 2:34
    7:38 Julia Begaye - Shii Na-Sha (Navajo) 2:48
    10:30 Micki Pratt - Baby Da Hisso (Cheyenne) 2:24
    12:58 Joanne Shenandoah - Kunolounka (Oneida Iroquois) 3:27
    16:28 Alph Secakuku - Kuy Va WI Sa'a (Hopi) 4:47
    21:18 Mary Philbrook - Untitled (MicMac) 2:56
    24:18 Tzo'Kam - Untitled (Salish - Lillooet) 2:32
    26:57 Dorthy Hunting Horse Gray - Untitled (Kiowa) 2:42
    29:44 Traditional - Untitled Instrumental (Pawnee) 3:03
    32:46 Myra Aitson - Untitled (Comanche) 2:44
    35:35 Jerry Garrett - Ink Pa Ta (Oglala Sioux) 2:39
    38:15 Laughing Woman - Untitled (Mashantucket Pequot) 4:07
    41:25 Ann Shadlow - Moc-Sosii (Cheyenne) 2:28
    43:55 Kelly White - Untitled (Salish - Coast) 6:06

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  • Cemeteries - Iroquois


  • Special - Iroquois Stick Dance - Gateway to Nations Pow Wow


    Special - Iroquois Stick Dance - Gateway to Nations Pow Wow MOV14A

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


    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.


    NUMEDITATIONMUSIC youtube channel

    Nu Meditation Music

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  • Le Vent du Nord live at Celtic Colours International Festival


    La Marche des Iroquois / Papineau (Lyrics: Traditional / Music: Nicolas Boulerice / Arranged by Le Vent du Nord) performed by Le Vent du Nord during the concert Belle Côte: The Musical Coast on Thursday October 13, 2016 at Cape Breton Highlands Academy during Celtic Colours International Festival, Cape Breton Island.
    Video by Novastream

  • Fever Dog Iroquois


    From the new record,Second Wind
    Out now on CD and Cassette

  • Six Nations Singers ‎– Yeh Yen Wen Sa Gey Had Nad Tren Nute Tah, Iroquois Social Music - Vinyl


    If you own copyright to this music please contact me first I will take down immediately!



    Iroquois ‎– Social Dance Songs 2
    Iroqrafts ‎– 09-102 Record #2
    Vinyl, LP
    Folk, World, & Country
    Tracklist Hide Credits
    A1 Rabbit Dance
    Music By – R. Spragge*
    A2 Scalp Dance
    Music By – G. Buck*
    A3 Duck Dance
    Music By – R. Spragge*
    A4 Robin Dance
    Music By – G. Buck*
    B1 War Dance
    Music By – G. Buck*
    B2 Raccoon Dance
    Music By – J.E. Thomas*
    B3 Alligator Dance
    Music By – G. Buck*



  • Iroquois Celebration Drums


    Provided to YouTube by TuneCore

    Iroquois Celebration Drums · American Indian Music

    Native American Drums

    ℗ 2013 Time Machine Records

    Released on: 2008-08-04

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Iroquois


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Iroquois · Ray Noble and his Orchestra

    Ray Noble Plays Ray Noble and Others

    ℗ 2015 Diamond Cut Productions, Inc.

    Released on: 2003-04-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Rabbit Dance


    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Rabbit Dance · Akwesasne Big Bear Singers

    Ka Non Ra Ka Ion - Singers of the Old Songs

    ℗ 2012 Mike Jock

    Released on: 2012-05-25

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Native American Celebration Haudenosaunee Flute


    Dennis Yerry recorded by Kansas City Digital Video ( Michael Morgan and C.J. Scheppers, at the Westport Presbyterian Church.

    Comment from Dennis Yerry: I am playing a Dakota Love song on my B minor flute. The song was lost for almost 50 years before it was brought back by a singer from the Dakotas and given to me as a gift. I am playing it on Earth Day 2006 at the Westport Presbyterian Church, 201 Westport Road, Kansas City, Missouri, 64111, in honor of their Native American celebration.

    Dennis Yerry is a versatile native flautist, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and teacher. Dennis Yerry was raised in the Catskill Mountains of New York State. He studied at the State University of NY at New Paltz and privately with keyboard artists Richard Tee, Sharon Freeman and Ronnie Matthews at the Jazzmobile in NYC.

    Mr. Yerry, a Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Native American brings the American Indian perspective on relationships with the earth to schools and university panels in his speaking engagements as well as with his music and actively educates youth in hands-on woodland experiences.

    He was musical director, composer and performer for the American Indian Dance Theatre; for the theatrical production of Black Elk Speaks in Denver,CO and L.A.; and the Native American Day of Thanksgiving at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC. Dennis Yerry's flute music was featured in Ken Burn's documentaries, Lewis and Clark and The West.

    Dennis Yerry is the founder of the Hawk Project, The Hawk Project was created to promote spiritual awareness and creativity through a blend of Native American music, jazz and free improvisation.

    Kansas City Digital Video,, is an urban New Media company, specializing in Internet video and Web broadcasting. Michael Morgan, Internet video specialist and C.J. Scheppers, audi/video engineer, have collaborated on Internet video productions in the fields of art, dance, drama, environmental education, literacy, music, and peaceful experience. For more information please visit

  • Old Moccasin Dance


    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Old Moccasin Dance · Akwesasne Big Bear Singers

    Ka Non Ra Ka Ion - Singers of the Old Songs

    ℗ 2012 Mike Jock

    Released on: 2012-05-25

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Fishing Song


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    The Fishing Song · Mohawks, Standing Arrow

    Native American Songs & Dances

    ℗ 1996 Oreade Music

    Released on: 1996-11-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Rabbit Dance


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Rabbit Dance · Singers and Dancers of the Allegany and Medicine Spring Tribes

    Songs and Dances of the Eastern Indians from Medicine Spring & Allegany

    ℗ 1985 Anthology of Recorded Music, Inc.

    Released on: 1985-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Stick Dance Part 1


    This is the first part of Stick Dance/Delaware Skin Dance. This song is sung as the last one of the evening that ends the socials, and it is a lot of fun to both watch and dance to. Sheldon Sundown is the lead singer. Part 2 will be shortly forthcoming, so please check back. Nya:Weh to the Wednesday night CKRZ-FM radio show 'Gayowah 101' for broadcasting this and other great native music! Please listen online to CKRZ @ and also please donate a $5 spot if you can. Every lil' bitz helps keep the radio station broadcasting!

  • Iroquois Social Songs


    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Iroquois Social Songs · Joanne Shenandoah

    Joanne Shenandoah

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Artist: Joanne Shenandoah
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Iroquois Indians


    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Iroquois Indians · Ellen DeGeneres

    Taste This

    ℗ 1996 Lava Records. Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Performance: Ellen DeGeneres

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • I R O Q U O I S - Single File


    This is a still image video for the song 'Single File' by the band IROQUOIS.

  • The Iroquois Attack


    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Iroquois Attack · Georges Delerue

    Black Robe

    ℗ 1991 Alliance Communications, Under Exclusive License to Varese Sarabande Records

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Unknown, Other: Georges Delerue
    Associated Performer, Vocals: The Sydney Philharmonia Choir
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Christopher Taplin
    Composer Lyricist: Georges Delerue

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Seneca music and dance featuring Bill Crouse


    An excerpt from American Indian Dance Theatre: Dances For the New Generations, a documentary film produced in 1993 for the PBS Great Performances: Dance in America series. The film was nominated for a 1993 Primetime Emmy award.

    Produced by Barbara Schwei and Hanay Geiogamah, in association with Phil Lucas Productions. Directed by Phil Lucas and Hanay Geiogamah. Written by Hanay Geiogamah. A production of WNET for the Great Performances Alliance.

    This segment features performers Bill Crouse and G. Peter Jemison teaching traditional Seneca music, dance, and culture to members of the American Indian Dance Theatre who are traveling the U.S. and Canada to learn the dances of many indigenous nations.

    Bill Crouse is an enrolled member of the Seneca Nation of Indians. He is a member of the Hawk Clan, and a Faith Keeper of the Coldspring Longhouse on the Allegany Territory in Cattaraugus County, western New York. Mr. Crouse was formerly employed as Coordinator for the Seneca Language Department on the Allegany Territory. He is also a freelance artist and curriculum developer, and leader of a Seneca dance group called the Allegany River Dancers. The Allegany River Dancers have traveled and performed extensively throughout North America and Europe. Mr. Crouse has also served as a consultant for the American Indian Dance Theater, and was featured in the documentary American Indian Dance Theatre: Dances For the New Generations, which aired on PBS' Great Performances in 1993. Although he is better known as a powwow MC and head singer of the Allegany River Indian Dancers, Crouse’s acrylic paintings, watercolors, and sketches show another side of his expression.

    With a proud and rich history, the Seneca (who call themselves Onöndowága, meaning Great Hill Place) were the largest of six Native American nations that comprised the Iroquois Confederacy, a democratic government predating the United States Constitution. At the time of the formation of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, they were the one of the league's original five nations living furthest west, and were thus referred to as the Keepers of the Western Door. Other nations called them Seneca after their principal village of Osininka. The Seneca Nation of Indians currently has a total enrolled population of nearly 8,000 citizens.

    More about Bill Crouse:

  • Iroquois Falls Music Showcase 2009


    Nosov Overdrive performing All Summer Long

  • Native American Flute - Dream song - Iroquois traditional song


    Native traditional song. Flute performed by Eddy Herier.
    My music is available for free listening on youtube and bandcamp.
    If you would like to donate, I would really appreciate. Thank you.

    Native American Flute
    Indian traditional song
    “Dream song“ (Iroquois tribe)
    Played and recorded by Eddy Herier

    Original sheet music from Native Spirit Song Book
    High Spirits Flutes - Odell Borg

    Flute contrabass, cedar wood, key of A
    Made by Jimmy Davis

    Flûte Native Amérindienne
    Chant traditionnel indien
    “Dream song“ (Tribu Iroquois)
    Joué et enregistré par Eddy Herier

    Partition d'origine Native Spirit Song Book
    High Spirits Flutes - Odell Borg

    Flûte contrebasse, bois de cèdre, clé de La
    Fabriquée par Jimmy Davis.

    #nativeamericanflute #flute #nativemusic

    World music - Relaxing music - Native music

  • Iroquois


    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Iroquois · Allen Carter Big Band


    ℗ 2008 Allen Carter

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Iroquois Chant


    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Iroquois Chant · Stone Stanley

    Mudstomp Tapes

    ℗ 2018 Stone Stanley

    Released on: 2018-03-09

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • native american rabbit dance


    Traditional native american rabbit dance, music by singers and dancers of the Allegany and Medicine Springs Tribe.

  • Bill Crouse - More Stick Dance Demonstration Fun - Bear Mountain PowWow Sunday


    Bill Crouse - More Stick Dance Demonstration Fun - Bear Mountain PowWow Sunday - Redhawk Native Arts


  • Iroquois Disposaphobia 2013


  • Iroquois 2019 - Beyond The Darkness | Mello Headcam | Katelyn Pisarski


    The first attempt at a head cam on our mellophone Katelyn Pisarski. This has personally been my favorite sow that Iroquois has done and I know that it will only get batter as time goes on.

  • Iroquois Corn


    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Iroquois Corn · the moon that kills people

    The Moon That Kills People

    ℗ 2007 Jc Wegman

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Cemeteries • Iroquois


    Artist: Cemeteries
    Song: Iroquois
    Song created for the Track and Field Summer Compilation:


    From Pop 2 Top:

  • Iroquois


    Provided to YouTube by Freshtunes

    Iroquois · Quinty Piczy

    Toronto Light Fest

    ℗ 2020 Quinty Piczy

    Released on: 2020-05-20

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Iroquois Women’s Peyote Song


    Iroquois Women’s Peyote Song
    arr. Tucker

    Dolce – The Lehigh University Women’s Ensemble
    Sun Min, Director

    Kalyani Singh, soprano
    Yu Sie, Karylnn Miller – percussion

    Peyote rituals have been practiced since Pre-Columbian times to commune with the spirit world. In the mid-15ths century, Peyotism came from Mexico to the United States and was adopted by Apache, Navajo, Plains Tribes and various tribes in the western United States. Today, it is the most widespread indigenous religion practiced by Native Americans in the US with around 250,000 adherents.

    Recorded in Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center


  • Iroquois


    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Iroquois (De_Kill Dub) · Dekhil

    Iroquois EP

    ℗ Aromamusic

    Released on: 2008-12-01

    Author: Dekhil
    Music Publisher: D.R
    Remixer: Dekhil

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Iroquois Social dance Song - Bill Crouse and friend


    Iroquois Social dance Song - Bill Crouse and friend


  • Iroquois


    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Iroquois · Fever Dog

    Second Wind

    ℗ 2014 Fever Dog

    Released on: 2014-08-30

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Iroquois Transparent 2013


  • Iroquois flute & culture with David Maracle


  • Brass Band at Balkan Music Camp Iroquois Spring


    From the student band dance party at EEFC Balkan Music and Dance Camp at Iroquois Spring, NY Aug. 15, 2008. An amazing sound reflecting the inspired and inspiring leadership of Michael Ginsberg, leader of the Zlatne Uste Balkan Brass Band.

  • Choctaw Iroquois - Live in the Studio


    Live from our practice space in Allston.

    Get the album: A Portrait Of Dissonance As A Young Man

    video by Jak and K8


    What kind of party is it going to take to keep our minds from this?
    The taste it stays whether you like it or not

    I've been around longer, long enough to name streets after me
    I don't know why I bother, don't know why it so bothers me
    But I'll be a townie compared to everyone else around me
    Cause I stick around while all of my friends are growing forward and out

    I can cope like Choctaw, you can't keep a culture from dying out
    I've never fought like Iroquois,
    but also never'd ignore nostalgia when change was about

    I got bent all on my own,
    I trash the house, wreck the home,
    I walk like sloth, I speak like toad

  • Iroquois song - Bill Crouse and Wayahsti Richardson


    Iroquois song - Bill Crouse and Wayahsti Richardson


  • Iroquois War Dance Contest! - Redhawk Native Arts Council Pow


    Iroquois War Dance Contest! - Redhawk Native Arts Council Pow
    at Raritan


  • Shake the Bush Dance


    Shake the Bush Dance
    from Songs and Dances of the Eastern Indians From Medicine Spring & Allegany

    Produced and annotated by Charlotte Heth, a member of the Cherokee nation of Oklahoma and a noted ethnomusicologist.

    Recorded at the Allegany Reservation in Salamanca, New York, October 1975

    Singers: Leslie Bowen; Herbert Dowdy. Sr; Averv Jimerson; Johnson Jimerson; Marty Jimerson; Richard Johnny-John
    Dancers: Alvina C. Cooper; A. Eileen Jacobs; Fidelia Jimerson; Vera Jimerson; Cecil Johnny-John; Kevin Johnny-John; Lyford Johnny-John; Michael Johnny-John; Brian Mohr; Theresa R. Seltron

    ©2014 Anthology of Recorded Music, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

  • 2007 Iroquois Marching Band - Deja Vu


    2007 LMBA Championships - Iroquois Deja Vu

  • Iroquois Bluegrass Festival.mp4


    Northwind Bluegrass band plays on June 18, 2011 at the Iroquois Locks, Ontario.



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