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Pow Wow

Informal; a meeting, especially an urgent meeting. For example, a manager may have a pow wow with an employee who is underperforming to warn him about his situation.
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26-28 35th Annual Gathering of Nations Powwow, Powwow Grounds, Expo New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (505) 797-6688 www.
Part II, "The Mediation of Powwows," traces the rise of the powwow recording industry, explores recording studios as sites for the creation of Native music, considers production and recording practices, and examines what motivates drum groups to record their songs.
Actually, the whole world around them is our spiritual church,'' explains Tribal Council member Ken White of Sturbridge during the annual powwow held on the shore of Lake Siog in Holland.
Recording Culture is focused primarily on the most recent instantiation of the shifting soundscape of representation and constitutes the culmination of almost fifteen years of research into the contemporary world of public performance and commercial recordings of the various traditional dance music styles that constitute the powwows of the north-central United States and its geographic mirror in Canada.
Cet ouvrage--qui se veut une premiere recherche sur la musique powwow en studio, faisant suite a de nombreuses etudes portant sur le powwow en tant qu'acte performantiel en contexte << traditionnel >> prend pour point de depart un questionnement concernant les raisons qui motiveraient les acteurs des powwows a vouloir enregistrer leur musique.
Community criticism of the contest powwow is not limited to integration of traditions bur also includes commercialization of the powwow, admission fees, dance politics, and biased judging and favouritism.
Russell noted that the powwow, dubbed Calling All Drums to Where Adventure Begins, will have a truly multicultural feel with Asian groups performing the circle of drums.
Belgard, who planned to drum and sing during the powwow, said the events are a good path to healing.
1) Marie Mia, a member of the San Fernando Band of Mission Indians, says her family might head to a powwow in Indio to pray with other American Indians.
From the beginning of powwow until the early part of the 20th century, men danced more vigorously in the inner circle while women formed an outer circle, taking small steps with their eyes cast to the ground.
Fortunately, as IT Director of Powwow prior to its acquisition, Tony had a considerable track record when it came to Corporate re-organisations.
The unit provides a cultural context for the music, dance, and ceremony of the powwow, so that learning about (and possibly attending) a powwow can be a meaningful, as well as exuberant, experience for students.