Welcome back to
Native American Pow Wow Dance and Song Class
Class II, Oct. 21, 2014
every Tue nite, 6:30-8:30p
instru...
Class 1 (10/14): History and Background of the modern Pow Wow
Class 2 (10/21): Pow Wow description
Class 3 (10/28): Pow ...
Class Introductions
NDN time
Ref: Browner, “Heartbeat of the People”
Ref: Browner, “Heartbeat of the People”
source: Lassiter's “The Power of Kiowa Song”
Gourd dance space, but a good ex. of
southern “dance” or “pow wow” space
Pow wow officials:
MC or emcee
Arena Director or AD
Head Man Dancer
Head Lady Dancer
Head Gourd Dancer (frequently in...
Mr. Tim Tallchief, MC
photo: Lenny Medina
Mr. Tim Tallchief, Mobile MC
photo: Summer Rae Morgan
photo: National Powwow via facebook
Arena Director, Darsh De Silva
photo: National Powwow via facebook
Darsh talking with the MC, National Powwow, 2014
photo: www.indystar.com
Northern Head Man Dancer, National Powwow, 2014
Rodney First Strike
photo: Arnold Perez
Amy Lewis: Head Lady Dancer at
Mo's and B's Wedding Round Dance, 2013
photo: Ed Blauvelt
Lenny Medina, Veteran and local Head Gourd Dancer
Enemy Horse
photo: Galen Holder
Pow wow order of events:
-Grand entry
-Flag Song
-Invocation
-Post colors
-Veterans' song
-Round dance or soldier da...
photo: National Powwow, via facebook
Grand Entry at National Pow Wow 2014
photo: National Powwow, via facebook
Flag song rendering at National Pow Wow 2014
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Native Song and Dance 2014 - Class 2

Mo Pair's second class slides.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Native Song and Dance 2014 - Class 2

  • 1. Welcome back to Native American Pow Wow Dance and Song Class Class II, Oct. 21, 2014 every Tue nite, 6:30-8:30p instructor: Marvin “Mo” “Doogie” Pair
  • 2. Class 1 (10/14): History and Background of the modern Pow Wow Class 2 (10/21): Pow Wow description Class 3 (10/28): Pow Wow etiquette, dance styles and clothes Class 4 (11/4): Tribal-specific dances Potential class trip to Austin Pow Wow: Nov. 8, 2014 Class 5 (11/11): Pow Wow song elucidated
  • 3. Class Introductions
  • 4. NDN time
  • 5. Ref: Browner, “Heartbeat of the People”
  • 6. Ref: Browner, “Heartbeat of the People”
  • 7. source: Lassiter's “The Power of Kiowa Song” Gourd dance space, but a good ex. of southern “dance” or “pow wow” space
  • 8. Pow wow officials: MC or emcee Arena Director or AD Head Man Dancer Head Lady Dancer Head Gourd Dancer (frequently in the South) Head Singer or Host Drum
  • 9. Mr. Tim Tallchief, MC photo: Lenny Medina
  • 10. Mr. Tim Tallchief, Mobile MC photo: Summer Rae Morgan
  • 11. photo: National Powwow via facebook Arena Director, Darsh De Silva
  • 12. photo: National Powwow via facebook Darsh talking with the MC, National Powwow, 2014
  • 13. photo: www.indystar.com Northern Head Man Dancer, National Powwow, 2014 Rodney First Strike
  • 14. photo: Arnold Perez Amy Lewis: Head Lady Dancer at Mo's and B's Wedding Round Dance, 2013
  • 15. photo: Ed Blauvelt Lenny Medina, Veteran and local Head Gourd Dancer
  • 16. Enemy Horse photo: Galen Holder
  • 17. Pow wow order of events: -Grand entry -Flag Song -Invocation -Post colors -Veterans' song -Round dance or soldier dance MC-dictated: -Intertribals -Social dances -Exhibition dances -Honor dances -Contest
  • 18. photo: National Powwow, via facebook Grand Entry at National Pow Wow 2014
  • 19. photo: National Powwow, via facebook Flag song rendering at National Pow Wow 2014