Lewis & Clark sounds of discovery [sound recording].
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|Attica Public Library - Attica||MUS CD LEW (Text)||74231000020337||Music CD||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0965087239
- Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Bismarck, N.D. : Chairmaker's Rush, cp1998.
|General Note:|| Liner notes ( p. : ill.) written and compiled by David Swenson.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Chester / William Billings -- Jefferson and liberty (the Gobby-O, trad. Irish melody) -- Sonata in E major / George Fredrik Handel -- Sounden horns & the voyageurs -- Highland laddie (trad. Scottish, 17th cen.) -- Bonaparte's retreat (trad.) -- Laughing boy (trad.) -- Musette (based on a French folk song, author unknown) -- The rose tree -- All mortal flesh be silent (hymn tune, Picardy, 17th cen. French melody) -- Buffalo Society song -- Jefferson & liberty -- Lakota Hoksila (victory song) -- The wildlife of the prairies [animal sounds] -- Women's work song -- Along the river -- Social dance song (trad. Mandan) -- Fisher's hornpipe -- Heartbreak song (trad. Mandan) -- Jefferson and liberty -- In dulci jublio (Good Christians, come rejoice) -- A merry Christmas (trad., author unknown, 18th cen., British Isles) -- The devil's dream (trad.) -- Dance of the sharptails -- Great Falls, ancestor's song (Shoshone) -- Jefferson and liberty -- Love lament (trad., Nez Perc)̌ -- Of thy father's love begotten (divinum mysterium, 12th cen. plainchant, mode V) -- Old French -- Yakima warriors song (trad. Yakima) -- Red haired boy (trad. Irish) -- Blackfeet grass dance song (trad.) -- The Missouri women (trad. Mandan) -- Hidatsa contest song (trad.) -- Whiskey before breakfast (trad., Irish) -- The return (Mandan "line dancing" song) -- The warriors return (Mandan veteran's song, trad.)
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| Produced & recorded by David Swenson ; executive producers, David Swenson, Cherie Harms, Bob Martinson and Marion Houn.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Deirdre Fay, alto recorder, tin whistle, percussion ; John Owen Lardinois, Thomas Wellin, Lisa Barrett, violin ; Julie Schwartz, harpsichord ; Joseph Mussulman, sounden horn ; Philip Schneider, bagpipes ; David Swenson, Bruce Wendt, John Lardinois, Sr., percussion ; Dick Barrett, fiddlesticks ; Fiddlin' Johnny ; the Lardinois Family (John Sr., John Owen, Jeanette, and Will) ; Courtney Yellowfat, Dana Yellowfat, Len Weaskus, vocals and hand drum ; Jon Eagle, Eddie Patterson, vocals and rattles ; John Lardinois, Sr., William Mitchell, Jeff Reinbold, Nellie Youpee, Nadine Vasquez, Ruth Hall, vocals ; Keith Bear, vocals and traditional Mandan wooden flute ; The Second Generation Mandaree Singers (Sidrick Baker, Leonard Baker, Michael Short Bull), Frankie Brown, Andrew Vasquez, The Little Corner Singers (Clyde Heavy Runner, Victor Sure Chief, Darrell Norman), vocals and drum ; Gary Stroutsos, Native American wooden flute.
|Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:|| Recorded on location in the Dakotas, Montana, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon, and at Makoch ̌Recording Company Studios, Bismarck, North Dakota.
|Summary, etc.:|| 2003-1676 "A musical journey recreating songs and sounds as they may have been heard by the members of the Corps of Discovery"--Container.
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