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LOGGER'S SHEET 149 LOGGER: Lori Taylor REEL NUMBER: 1/9 STAGE: AFS DATE:7/3/1988 PRESENTOR: Tom Vennum GROUP NAME: The Sacred, the Personal, the Offensive: REGION/STYLE: Do We Preserve and Present? [[2 columned table]] | PERFORMER(S) | INSTRUMENT/OCCUPATION | | --- | --- | | Tom Vennum (ethnomusicologist- Wash,DC) | | | Leo Calac (Luiseno Culture Bank- San Luis [[strikethough]] Rey [[/strikethrough]], CA) | | | Ben Grayhawk(Badland Singer-Sioux-Montana) | | | Pualani Kanahele(hula teacher/dancer- Hilo, Hawaii) | | CONTENTS 1.Intro 2.TV- examples of Indian secrets- place names("Chicago" = big smell) LC- mission period- ceremonies had to be private & secret. 3.TV- misunderstandings in early collections- people didn't realize it could be duplicated & disseminated now very private ceremonies are on record in public domain 4.TV-many tribal people hadn't known about the recording- now copies are being sent back to reservations & tribal groups. 5. 6.BG- Personal Songs- made personally for an individual. PK- About the sacred- until 19th century, each had a personal God in Hawaii- abolished practice. now often occupational gods. court case- Pele vs. Hawaii govt (about [[strikethrough]][[/strikethrough]] using energy) 7. 8. Offensive? TV- a lot of early collectors censored (dirty words in Latin) 9.BG- No need to tell you what our songs say-they're beautiful songs 10.TV- what is offensive varies by group 11.LC- performance of sacred songs by only a few now, but were recorded. Indian will often let other Indians(different tribes)into ceremonies. 12.TV- who should have access? Smithsonian policy-if materials were gained illegally, they are returned 13.BG- comment on celebration.
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