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Use this Music and Culture video entitled North American Indian Music and Culture to Understand how geography influenced creation of the traditional Native American Indian music and their musical instruments. Study some of the traditional musical instruments and styles of dance developed by the Native American Indians and learn about ways music has been used as a form of expression by the North American Indian culture, including the ceremonial beat of Native American tribal drums.

Use this K12 history of music video to study and learn how the North American Indians express their heritage through music. Learn how geography has influenced the development of their traditional music and musical instruments. Experience the ceremonial beat of Native American tribal drums and ritual dances.

 

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North American Indian Music and Culture video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Indian Music Culture. Learn about the music of The North American Indian. Understand how geography influenced the creation of the traditional music and musical instruments of Polynesians, sub-Saharan Africans, and Native North Americans.
  • Identify examples of a membranophone, idiophone, aerophone, and chordophone.
  • Learn about some of the traditional musical instruments and styles of dance developed by Polynesians, sub-Saharan Africans, and Native North Americans.
  • Discover the ways music has been used as a form of expression in each of these three cultures, including the spirited call-and-response pattern of African song; the ceremonial beat of Native American tribal drums; and the native dances of Polynesians, who use rhythmic arm and hand movements to illustrate lyrics.
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