Florida Folksong - Catfish Song

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Florida Folksong - Catfish Song

Seminole Indians vocals with seed rattle Ethnography Music Seminole Indian songs Green Corn Dance songs Seminole Indian Reservation Glades County, Florida

This is the Catfish Song. It is used at the Green Corn Dance. It is sung by John Josh and Richard Osceola. The Green Corn Dance is a spiritual ritual of purification and thanksgiving held each spring. In this instance, the song was performed with the purpose of being recorded, not as part of the ceremony itself. The sound quality of this recording is poor, and the record concludes with skipping.

Language: Creek
Duration: 2 Minutes, 35 Seconds
Performer: : Josh, John Performer: Osceola, Richard

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Item ID:
45508483
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