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Po'li: Traditional Songs of the Hopi.

Po'li: Traditional Songs of the Hopi

Clark Tenakhongva

Canyon Records Productions

3131 West Clarendon Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85017

CD $14.98 1-800-268-1141

Po'li: Traditional Songs of the Hopi is a music CD album by Hopi singer Clark Tenakhongva. Named after the Hopi word for "butterfly", in honor of Tenakhongva's maternal grandfather who belonged to the Butterfly and Badger clan, Po'li features original music crafted in respect of traditional Hopi styles and rhythms, yet reflective of Hopi life in the modern-day world. An insert lists the lyrics of this unforgettable album; the tracks are Butterflies are Free (3:59), Po'li (3:16), Sunflowers (4:23), Intertribal (4:43), Butterfly Clouds (4:04), Supai Maiden (3:28), Zuni Rain (3:47), Comanche (3:00), Hopi Sweetheart (2:24), O'Shi' Heart (2:39), Hopi Two-Step (2:24), The Beauty Way (4:49), Moo'sa (3:15), and Prayers (3:18). A lively and welcome addition to modern Native American music collections. 50 minutes 32 seconds.
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Date:Oct 1, 2007
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