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Old 11-19-2003, 12:53 PM   #32
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If you know Kiowa try to type words here.
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monie:

"Pboy phah k'goy thon'e sza-nee-tah. High-yaht-toe bah oh-hote-thaw."

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I can't think of one noted Kiowa singer who has not travelled out of state to share gourd dance songs. Many Kiowas who are no longer with us can still be heard on the Indian House recording as well as various other recordings which are "public domain."

I agree when other people get a hold of the gourd dance, many things change from the way it is practiced at the Kiowa Gourd Clan Ceremonials.

But, then again. . . The annual Kiowa Gourd Clan celebration IS a ceremonial and not the same as gourd dances at powwows.
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