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MS 303 - Indian Music Collection, 1920-1973

By Carol Hartung

Collection Overview

Title: MS 303 - Indian Music Collection, 1920-1973

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Date Acquired: 05/23/2005

Languages: English [eng]

Abstract

Six vinyl recordings of Indian music, some 33 1/3 LP, some 78 RPM.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Acquisition Source: Forrest Fenn

Acquisition Method: Gift


Box and Folder Listing

Box MS303.01Add to your cart.
Folder MS303.1.01: Handgame of the Kiowa, Kiowa Apache, and Comanche  (33 1/3 LP record), 1973Add to your cart.

Carnegie Roadrunners vs. Billy Goat Hill

Old Agency Singers of the Blood Reserve, Published by Indian House c. 1973

(cardboard cover is torn on both sides, record is badly scratched)

Folder MS303.1.02: e-yah-pah-hah Indian Chanters (33 1/3 LP record)Add to your cart.

Louis W. Ballard, Arranger – Director of the Institute of American Indian Arts

Recorded Publications Co.

Folder MS303.1.03: Natay (78 RPM? record)Add to your cart.
Recorded and Produced by Arizona Recording Productions – Canyon Label
Folder MS303.1.04: Pop Chalee (78 RPM? record)Add to your cart.
Recorded and Produced by Arizona Recording Productions – Canyon Label
Folder MS303.1.05: Two Worlds (33 1/3 mono record)Add to your cart.
Played and sung by A. Paul Ortega
Folder MS303.1.06: Fools Crow (33 1/3? record)Add to your cart.

Produced by Buddy Red Bow and Dik Darnell, Tatanka Records

With accompanying song book by Frank Fools Crow