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Recording CultureNorthern Plains For part of that time he worked as a sound engineer for Arbor Records a large Aboriginal music label based in Winnipeg Canada Drawing on his ethnographic research at powwow grounds and in recording studios Scales examines the ways that powwow drum groups have utilized recording technology in the late twentieth and early twenty first centuries the uniue aesthetic principles of recorded powwow music and the relationships between drum groups and the Native mu.

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Sic labels and recording studios Turning to competition powwows popular weekend long singing and dancing contests Scales analyzes their role in shaping the repertoire and aesthetics of drum groups in and out of the recording studio He argues that the rise of competition powwows has been critical to the development of the powwow recording industry Recording Culture includes a CD featuring powwow music composed by Gabriel Desrosiers and performed by the Northern Wind Singer.

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Free read ì Recording Culture ¹ [Download] ➻ Recording Culture By Christopher A. Scales – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Recording is central to the musical lives of contemporary powwow singers yet until now their aesthetic practices when recording have been virtually ignored in the study of Native American expressive c Recording is central tRecording is central to the musical lives of contemporary powwow singers yet until now their aesthetic practices when recording have been virtually ignored in the study of Native American expressive cultures Recording Culture is an exploration of the Aboriginal music industry and the powwow social world that supports it For twelve years Christopher A Scales attended powwows large intertribal gatherings of Native American singer drummers dancers and spectators across the.