29 Plains Indian Flute Songs


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Dr. Richard W. Payne, known as the ultimate in Flute Music in one of the most influential people in traditional flute music and is credited with helping to restore the art to what it is today.

Belo Cozad (1854-1960) gave Doc Payne his first flute, a Kiowa-style flute that used a flat metal plate for the splitting edge. This began a collection that would grow to the largest private collection of indigenous American flutes in the world.

While Dr. Payne was not Native American, he was honored with the name “Toubat”, which in the Kiowa language means Wooden Flute.

Album Summary:
29 Plains Indian Flute Songs

Dr. Richard W Payne

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Track 1: Zuni Sunset Song
Track 2: Comanche Hymn
Track 3: January 20
Track 4: Eula
Track 5: Indian Wedding Song
Track 6: Mark & Cindy
Track 7: Lacandon Lament
Track 8: I Am Mighty Lonely (Minnie Bointy)
Track 9: Geronimo’s Song
Track 10: Arapaho Ghost Dance
Track 11: Sioux Love Song
Track 12: Omaha Prayer
Track 13: Caddo Round Dance
Track 14: War Dance Song
Track 15: Creek Stomp Dance
Track 16: Kiowa Hymn
Track 17: Eca Moole, Hand Game Song
Track 18: Ave Maria (Schubert)
Track 19: Amazing Grace
Track 20: Papago Flute Melody
Track 21: Cowboy Ant (Papago)
Track 22: Hopi Lullaby
Track 23: Hopi Butterfly Song
Track 24: Hopi Flute Melody
Track 25: Apache Flute/Fiddle Melody
Track 26: Everybody Loves Saturday Night
Track 27: Love Song (Belo Cozad)
Track 28: Lo, We Walk a Narrow Way
Track 29: Last Night the Snow Fell Softly

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Weight .25 lbs
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