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Spirit drumming : a guide to the healing power of rhythm

Horn, Gabriel 1947- (author.).

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  • 3 of 3 copies available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Bagley Public Library 299.7 HOR (Text) 33500012777405 Main Available -
Climax Public Library 299.7 HOR (Text) 33500012777389 Main Available -
Fertile Public Library 299.7 HOR (Text) 33500012777397 Main Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781454921509
  • ISBN: 1454921501
  • Physical Description: print
    176 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Sterling Ethos, [2017]

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: From past to present, the drumming -- Birth and rebirth -- The orgin -- Everything is vibration -- The first sound -- Tobacco -- The pratice of conscious thought -- Drum teachings -- Not always so black and white -- Making time/finding space -- Transformation and drumming -- Losve and loss and healing -- Thanksgiving and passing on tradition.
Summary, etc.: "Award-winning writer Gabriel Horn, White Deer of Autumn, offers a heartfelt examination of the spiritual power of Native American drumming, including authentic stories, chants, rituals, and ceremonies. He shows how drumming can restore our true selves and connect us to each other and the earth. Spirit Drumming follows Horn's journey, complete with history, personal stories from drummers, and an investigation of drums as living beings and how vibration acts as a conduit for healing."--Provided by publisher.
Author Notes

Booklist called Gabriel Horn “A generous, searching writer…” and his work “…mesmerizing… lyrical… powerful.” He is an award-winning author and retired professor of literature and creative writing whose publications span across four decades. Excerpts of his works have been anthologized in college texts on writing and for Western Humanities, and included in several acclaimed literary anthologies. Gabriel has also instructed young journalists for the Poynter Institute for Media Studies and taught graduate courses and addressed audiences at universities across the country. On different occasions, he served as a wisdomkeeper for The Wisdomkeepers Program in North Carolina, where he also cofounded and codirected the first Native American Writers Camp for children on the Cherokee reservation. He has been a special guest on various local television programs, National Public Radio, MSNBC’s Time & Again, Wolf Mountain Radio for Peace International, and a record-breaking listening audience on Gia Scott’s radio program, Dawn of Shades. For over 40 years, from reservation schools, to American Indian Movement (AIM) Survival Schools, to public schools, colleges, and universities, Gabriel Horn has unwaveringly advocated the academic respect due the history, literature, and philosophy of Native America as well as for the spiritual rights of traditional Native peoples and the natural world. His Narragansett/Wampanoag uncles, Metacomet and Nippawanock, wrote of Gabriel: “We are proud of our nephew, for it is in blood as strong as his, that the words of the people ring on the land.” He lives in FL.

Subject: Indians of North America Religion
Rhythm Religious aspects
Drum Performance
Indian philosophy
Spiritual healing
Drum Performance
Indian philosophy
Indians of North America Religion
Rhythm Religious aspects
Spiritual healing
Search Results Showing Item 1 of 1 Preferred library: Lake Agassiz Regional Library?

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