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Old 06-14-2013, 12:28 PM   #1
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whistled songs

I've been involved with powwows for most of my life.perhaps not as a "professional" but traditionally i'm well grounded. I've been an Emcee for quite a number of years also.

One thing seems to come up inevitibility at one time or another, it is when a person whistles a song on the drum. I see now days, that the AD immediately runs to stop recorders, Why? I have heard many songs over the years where there may have been many whistled songs during a session.

When did it become so holy it can't be recorded and when did competitive dance become religious?
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