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GraciesMom 09-14-2008 03:09 PM

Are any of you into Indian drumming, drum circles, etc? Have you found any good ones in your travels? I find it to be a lot of fun - stimulating and relaxing at the same time . . . if that makes any sense!! There are good ones here in Colorado - I'm hoping to find more as I head into the southwest.

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GraciesMom 09-14-2008 03:09 PM

Are any of you into Indian drumming, drum circles, etc? Have you found any good ones in your travels? I find it to be a lot of fun - stimulating and relaxing at the same time . . . if that makes any sense!! There are good ones here in Colorado - I'm hoping to find more as I head into the southwest.

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Fluteman 09-22-2008 11:53 AM

I don't know of any drum circles...but I do follow some of the powwows. I am a maker and player of flutes and I enjoy doing that with my travels. If I hear fo any drum circles I'll post it back to you.

Fluteman

GraciesMom 09-22-2008 09:18 PM

Fluteman - I play an Indian flute as well. I bought it from a craftsman at the Denver Indian Arts Festival in 2005. It's so relaxing to get out in the middle of nowhere and play . . . or to just play in the RV to relax. I play by ear so I've bought several wonderful CD's to learn melodies from. I know it's not proper for a woman to play the flute in the American Indian culture, so I'm respectful not to play it in public. I've been attending drum circles since 2002. Where have you attended Pow Wow's? I guess I need to do some research online to see if there are any coming up in Nevada, New Mexico or Arizona while I'm in that area for the winter. I know there was a Pow Wow in New Mexico in August or earlier this month . . . Have you heard of the group Brule'? It's a Lakota family from Lower Brule, SD. I love their music. The daughter, Nicole, plays a concert flute out of respect for the tradition of women not playing the Indian flute and does a beautiful job. Thanks for responding!


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