David Burkhart | Ancient Voices

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Ancient Voices

by David Burkhart

Native American Flute accompanied by indigenous instruments - echoes of centuries past.
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Manitou Kiva
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2. Condor in the Canyon
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3. Ancient Voices
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4. Many Bears
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5. Peaceful Warrior
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6. Four Crows
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7. Quail's Song
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8. Soul of an Eagle
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9. In Memory
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10. Dancing Clouds (The Storm)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
David Burkhart (Mahpiya Ska or White Skies), is of Cree/Lakota descent.

Prior to this, and inspired by repetitive dreams of a Native American nature, David, known to his friends as Cloud began to play the Native American flute (Lakota and Dakota Style) as if over night. David says that when he plays, it feels as though someone else plays through him and has recorded three formal music CDs. This “trilogy” has been produced using only indigenous instruments (flute, drum, rattles, and bells). The first CD in the trilogy is “Ancient Voices”, recorded in an ancient ceremonial kiva in Manitou Springs, Colorado – inspired by traditional spiritual ceremonies. The second of the trilogy is “Ina Maka” (Mother Earth in Lakota), this collection of music was recorded at an undisclosed site of a ruin covered in ancient petriglyphs.

The last CD of the series, Mahpiya Ate (Father Sky in Lakota) is due to be released at the end of summer 2007, was prepared and recorded throughout a pilgrimage David took with his soulmate Belle (Menominee tribe) to the Medicine Wheel in north central Wyoming, the burial at Wounded Knee, his trip to the Pine Ridge and Rosebud reservations, and time spent in the Black Hills, South Dakota – and Devils Tower national monument in Wyoming. Ina Maka and Mahpiya Ate also have music videos that will be available for download at a later date.

Cloud and Belle live in Sedona, Arizona today, where they work to raise the knowledge and awareness of the community on Native American values, beliefs, folklore and music.

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Joe Mitchell

Ancient Voices
This is my new favorite CD, it is so relaxing. I suffer from chronic headaches and White Clouds music helps me cope with these migraine type headaches. The music also helps with my occasional insomnia - if you like Native American Flute Music - this is a GOTTA HAVE!

Thank you,

Joseph Mitchell Jr.
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