Brent Michael Davids; Joseph Bruchac (libretto). , 2014. See the
Joe: Can a parent waive her rights to attend a triennial meeting for her child? Can the meeting therefore continue without the presence of the parent?
Jennifer Davis. , November 23, 2011, 13 pages.
Frances Densmore. “The Study of Indian Music in the Nineteenth Century”, , New Series, Volume 29, Number 1, January–March 1927, pages 77–86. (subscription access).
Frances Densmore (recordings, editor); Duncan Emrich (liner notes). , Folk Music of the United States, Issued from the Collections of the Archive of American Folk Song, The Library of Congress, Music Division Recording Laboratory, Long-playing record L33 (AFS L33), 30 tracks, 1952, , 33⅓ rpm 12" vinyl audio disc with booklet. Field recordings made on wax cylinder and later transfered to 16'' acetate audio discs.
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Frances Densmore (recording, editor). , Washington, D.C., Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory, AFS L22, 1950, 78 rpm audio disc. Reissued in .
James DeMars. , March 20, 2011.
Introduction: Two methods of treating the sick were used by the American Indians in early days and are continued to some extent at the present time. One method involves the private ministrations of a doctor or medicine man and the other a public ceremony, conducted by a number of doctors, attended by many people, and often continued for several days. Music is an important phase of each method and consists of singing by the doctor or his assitants and the shaking of a rattle or beating of a drum. The songs used in these treatments are said to come from supernatural sources in "dreams" or visions, and with them come directions for procedure and a knowledge of the herbs to be used.
James DeMars. , October 8, 2011.
Sophie: Carla, I think you can find a general list by googling, but you’ll want to supplement this with a list of more personal observations related to your child.
James DeMars. , February 10, 2012.
Frances Densmore. , Frederick Webb Hodge Anniversary Fund Series, Publication Number 7, published by the Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California, 1958, 67 pages.
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Mauri: My son is in the 9th grade and having trouble keeping up the classroom. He comes home with incomplete classwork and homework on top of that. He is, per his IEP, suppose to get class notes, a weekly/monthly calendar, and help staying on task in class. He has Aspergers and ADHD. He is unable to take medications because they cause tremors. I think he would benefit from having an inclusion teacher. Is the a reasonable request?
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Frances Densmore (field recording); Charles Hofmann (producer, liner notes). , Ethnic Folkways Library Series, Folkways Records and Service Corp., FE 4251, 19 tracks, 1965, 33⅓ rpm 12" vinyl audio disc. Reissued in . Library of Congress call number RA-67-26.