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Music and Lifestyles Collide

Native American Indians performing a Hoop Danc...
Native American Indians performing a Hoop Dance (commonly performed at a pow wow) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Music has always been a part of the human experience, since before we had the written word or historians. Yet it appears that only now, centuries later, are we tapping into that power for ourselves.

“Pop culture recollects the Native American “pow wow” as a time when indigenous Americans from different tribes gather to dance, sing, socialize and preserve their heritage.

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The latest edition of Forest Frequencies, Lebanon’s annual open-air electronic music festival – being staged Aug. 20-23 – appears to be inspired by this representation of First Nations cultural practices.”

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