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    As a southern singer can you lead:

    1. A Grand Entry Song

    2. A Tribal Flag Song

    3. A Memorial Song

    4. A Veterans Song

    5. A Soldier Dance/War Mothers Song

    6. A Tail Dance Song

    7. A Trot Dance/Horse Stealing Song

    8. A Ruffle Dance/Squat Dance Song

    9. A Round Dance

    10. A series of Two-Step Songs

    11. A correct series of Snake and Buffalo Songs

    12. A Gourd Dance Song

    13, A Scalp Dance Song

    14. A 49 Starting Song

    15. A NAC Song

    16. A Sweat Ceremony Song

    17. A Hand Game Song?
    Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

  • #2
    As a Northern singer I can.....except 11........
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    ...And shephards we shall be. For thee my lord, for thee. Power hath descended forth from thy hand. That our feet may swiftly carry out thy command. So we shall flow a river forth to thee. And teeming with souls shall it ever be. E Nomini Patri, E Fili, E Spiritu Sancti.

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    • #3
      This is fun, isn't it!

      Three coaches were standing at the pearly gates waiting to get into heaven. Pete Carroll steps forward and says,"I've won Pac-10 titles, Nat'l championships and I've been good." St. Peter looks at him and says,"you may pass but sit to the left of the Lord". Bob Stoops steps forward and says,"I too have won a Nat'l championship, Big-12 titles and also have been good." St. Peter looks at him and says,"you may pass but sit to the right of the Lord". Urban Meyer steps forward and says,"he St. Peter, why is my quarterback sitting in my chair?" HOW 'BOUT THEM GATORS

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      • #4
        also

        what about a 18.bell dance song, or a 19.women's song, or a 20.alligator song, or a 21.swing song, or a 22.wolf dance song, or a 23.attack song, or a 24.charging song (not to be confused with an attack song), or a 25.bear song, or a 26.fish song, or a 27.stirrup song, or a 28.duck dance song, or a 29.morning song, or some others. #5 and #7 need some clarification because these are two different songs. You know this but, just clarify please. And how 'bout them GATORS!

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        • #5
          15. A NAC Song



          Although I can start 4, I was always taught not to mix the two (powwow, NAC) so some southern singers may choose one or the other, I disagree with that type being put on the list..
          Instead of NAC song maybe a legitimate tribal prayer song (other then the late Peewee Clark's composition).
          bucwild2012

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          • #6
            Originally posted by farmer ned View Post
            what about a 18.bell dance song, or a 19.women's song, or a 20.alligator song, or a 21.swing song, or a 22.wolf dance song, or a 23.attack song, or a 24.charging song (not to be confused with an attack song), or a 25.bear song, or a 26.fish song, or a 27.stirrup song, or a 28.duck dance song, or a 29.morning song, or some others. #5 and #7 need some clarification because these are two different songs. You know this but, just clarify please. And how 'bout them GATORS!
            farmer,

            You must be Shawnee, Delaware or a Gator. *L Good game. Tebow did good.

            #5. and #7. are "either/or." They are similar.


            suthern,

            Most NAC meetings in OK have powwow people in attendance. But, you already know that.



            farmer AND suthern,

            Post your own list..... *L
            Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

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            • #7
              Know the order of #12, #13 songs... Know the difference between #14 vs #9,#10.
              ***Edited for explicit content***

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              • #8
                I think I'll just quit singin' because I just don't know nothin'. Voices aren't needed. And, how 'bout them GATORS

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                • #9
                  I don't consider myself a southern singer...

                  But by sittin' down, shuttin' up and payin' attention I'm surprised to learn that there's a bunch on this list I can still remember...most of them I've learned from you and your dad WhoMe...lol....

                  Been lucky and had good teachers in my life.
                  Underneath all this genius I'm just a human being.....but I'm working on that.....

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by WhoMe View Post
                    As a southern singer can you lead:

                    1. A Grand Entry Song

                    2. A Tribal Flag Song

                    3. A Memorial Song

                    4. A Veterans Song

                    5. A Soldier Dance/War Mothers Song

                    6. A Tail Dance Song

                    7. A Trot Dance/Horse Stealing Song

                    8. A Ruffle Dance/Squat Dance Song

                    9. A Round Dance

                    10. A series of Two-Step Songs

                    11. A correct series of Snake and Buffalo Songs

                    12. A Gourd Dance Song

                    13, A Scalp Dance Song

                    14. A 49 Starting Song

                    15. A NAC Song

                    16. A Sweat Ceremony Song

                    17. A Hand Game Song?
                    You also forgot to add:

                    18. Starting song (war dance)

                    19. Chief's song

                    20. Give Away song

                    21. Quitting song.

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