Drawing on his ethnographic research at powwow grounds and in recording studios, Christopher A. Scales examines the ways that powwow drum groups have utilized recording technology in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, the unique aesthetic principles of recorded powwow music, and the relationships between drum groups and the Native music labels and recording studios.Shonto Pete: Like how do you mean? CS: Like your voice ... DJM: [sings with correct vibrato] SP: Yeah like that. ... [sings with vibrato] DJM: Some guys will get creative and throw it in there somewhere [sings with vibrato only on some phrases].
|Author||:||Christopher A. Scales|
|Publisher||:||Duke University Press - 2012-11-12|