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Author Crum, Beverly.

Title Newe Hupia : Shoshoni poetry songs / Beverly Crum, Earl Crum, Jon P. Dayley.

Publication Info. Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, [2001]


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Description 1 online resource (xi, 276 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 24-25).
Contents Songs (CD and book): Natayaa songs: Totsantsi (Cleansing) -- Ainkappata (Red currents) -- Puisenna (Green aspen) -- Round dance songs: Sai paa huipa (Boat and water song) -- Waseppittsian (The mountain sheep) -- Tahmani hupia (Spring song) -- Hunnita ma'ai a'ninna (Red ants and black ants song) -- Teheya'an kunan (Stag song) -- Yepani hupia (Fall song) -- Kwahatenna kuhan (The buck antelope) -- Tekaitennan (The hunter) -- Ainkam pehyen (The red duck) -- Pia kuittsunnan (The big buffalo) -- Huittsaannan (The sage hen) -- Hoakkantennan (The warrior) -- Tuittsi'an (the young man) -- Upi katete (There she sits) --Piatetsii'an (The wild rice) -- Toyakaitennan (Thunder song) -- Pa'emah hupia (Rain song) -- Tempitta nemittan (The rock walker) -- Tsaan napuni tamme sokopi (How beautiful is our land) -- Pia isan (Wolf song) -- Kamme hupia (Jackrabbit song) -- Pimmaa tuintsi (Young calves) -- Oyon tempi (Every rock) -- Tooppehan (Cloud song) -- Pia pakenappeh (Heavy fog) -- Pasiwakkatetem manteh (To the sand dunes) -- Yuwannan totompeentsi (Heat wave) -- Pui aipin tempi tenapoo (Marks of blue chalky clay) -- Payampa yampa tuu (Through the wild carrot fields) -- Tahama okwaiteentsi (Spring floods) -- Pakenappeh (Fog) -- Tekaimmi'a (Going hunting) -- Puiwoo (Little green fish) -- Pia potto(n) (Big grinding stone) -- Saai pakantsukkih (Tule blackbirds) -- Tosa weyempih (White buffalo berry) -- Tuuppantsuku (Dark mink) -- Pia wantsi (Tall grass) -- Pantei hupoa (Kiuldeer song) -- Aipuntu songs: Tukani hupia (Night song) -- Hiim patatsiinna (Something is shining) -- Tammem piineen temapaippeh (What our mothers have made) -- Meedicine or prayer songs: Hupia waimpentsi (Song woman) -- Tuun nekentannan tuattsi'an (The child of a dark goose) -- Nanisuntehai hupia (Prayer song) -- Bear dance song: Tamme yampa sateettsi (Our wild carrot pie) -- Contemporary songs: Nattahdu'u hupia (Flag song). Book: Music -- Glossary.
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Subject Shoshoni poetry -- History and criticism.
Shoshoni Indians -- Songs and music.
Folk songs, Shoshoni.
LITERARY CRITICISM -- Native American.
Folk songs, Shoshoni. (OCoLC)fst00930198
Shoshoni Indians. (OCoLC)fst01117654
Shoshoni poetry. (OCoLC)fst01117678
Shoshone (taal)
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc. (OCoLC)fst01411635
Music. (OCoLC)fst01423855
Added Author Crum, Earl, 1923-
Dayley, Jon P. (Jon Philip)
Other Form: Print version: Crum, Beverly. Newe Hupia. Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, ©2001 0874214130 (DLC) 2001006301 (OCoLC)48536719
ISBN 9780874214666 (electronic bk.)
0874214661 (electronic bk.)
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