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Songs of the Land: Tracing Global Pathways In Indigenous Music

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Date created
2019-10-23
Abstract
How do contemporary Indigenous musical forms connect us to the land around us, and offer opportunities to build relationships of solidarity and understanding across oceans and continents? Join us for a conversation with Yorta Yorta hip-hop artist Neil Morris (DRMNGNOW) from so-called Australia, Musqueam-Tsleil Waututh artist, storyteller and Vancouver poet laureate, Christie Lee Charles, and moderated by Jarrett Martineau (nehiyaw/Denesuline), the City of Vancouver’s Music Planner and host of CBC’s Reclaimed, to discuss the ways song and music express deep connections to land and place.Co-presented by City of Vancouver - Cultural Services, Music BC, Creative BC, FACTOR and SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement.Please note that Christie Lee Charles' welcoming was cut short in this recording due to imperceptible audio after her singing and drumming introduction.
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This is a recording of a conversation with Yorta Yorta hip-hop artist Neil Morris (DRMNGNOW) from so-called Australia, Musqueam-Tsleil Waututh artist, storyteller and Vancouver poet laureate, Christie Lee Charles, and moderated by Jarrett Martineau (nehiyaw/Denesuline).
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Peer reviewed?
No
Language
English

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