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Kayapo of South America
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South America http://indiancultures.com/Cultures/kayapo.html Blake Blake Rachel Sandra Sandra Sam Sam NDW 4M NDW 4M music Marlui Miranda is an authority on native Brazilian music and its consummate performer. She worked with Hector Babenco in the film "At Play in the Fields of the Lord," and is a recipient of several grants including a Guggenheim. In "Ihu Todos os sons," Marlui recorded 17 songs from 12 different Indian nations, with guests Gilberto Gil, Uakti and Grupo Beijo, among others. In addition to adapting and arranging all of the music, she sings and plays guitar and an Indian bamboo flute, called Kukuta. What a treat. Marlui made her American debut in November of 1996 on a tour that included Miami and New York. And she's coming back! We talked to Marlui in Florida and fell in love with her! You can read her interview too!
Marlui also makes sure the Indians benefit financially from the recording. The tribes receive the money, because the music belongs mostly to their tradition and not to a specific person. The hard part is getting the money to them...no bank accounts, as you can imagine, and for the most part, no mail service. So, she has to wait until someone goes to wherever they are to bring them the money. And sometimes, they ask to be paid in pencils or books or any need they have. better for showing (pics) and -indios brasileiros -culture - sam ;) <-- Want to learn more? http://www.leslietaylor.net/gallery/kayapo.htm http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/Anthro/Anth210/kayapo.htm http://www.survivalinternational.org/tribes/brazilian http://www.everyculture.com/wc/Brazil-to-Congo-Republic-of/Kayapos.html http://indian-cultures.com/Cultures/kayapo.html This traditional head dress is also symbolic of other Kayapo beliefs. Outward spreading feathers Circular shape of headress Cotton rope of headress A traditional Kayapo village is built in a wheel shape to reflect their belief in a round universe. The name for the Kayapo people was not of their own creation.
They call themselves "Mebêngôkre". Most of the Kayapo celebrations deal with the seasons. In 2003 the population was estimated around 7000. Location : Plain lands of the Matto Grosso, Brazil, south of Amazon Basin Traditional Kayapo people use body jewelry and paint to symbolize different things. Head dress Earrings or ear plugs Lip plug Bibliography http://www.leslietaylor.net/gallery/kayapo.htm http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/Anthro/Anth210/kayapo.htm http://www.survivalinternational.org/tribes/brazilian http://www.everyculture.com/wc/Brazil-to-Congo-Republic-of/Kayapos.html http://indian-cultures.com/Cultures/kayapo.html - amazon rainforest destruction - rights for the rainforest - Caucasians are realizing the consequences of our actions - he connects the concerns of his people and the rest of the world to relate - domino effect - similarities - not upset about his land being taken so much as his not being able to protect the forest for the rest of the world - he asks for help Thank You for Listening!