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Old 03-11-2007, 11:47 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by RedShield View Post
So here is a question... to paint or not to paint...

I know a lot of Northern Drums that paint designs and the name of their drum group on the head of their drum... I know a lot of my Ojibway friends that would tell you only the thunderbirds should be painted and only in a certain way... are there any taboos against painting the heads of a southern drum... nothing fancy... just the name of the group... I am just curious... is it allowed or is it not allowed? What have you been told regarding this?
I've seen it done....and not much is said from what I understand. Now...having said that....can you or I get away with it?...But, then again...what do I know....
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