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The Two Stories +1

by Jack Dalton

Storytelling, with ambient soundtrack.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Gathering Song
25:49 album only
2. The Two Teachers
16:10 album only
3. Force the Time (Instrumental)
10:19 album only


Album Notes
Rooted in Naparyarmiut (Hooper Bay), born in Bethel and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Jack Dalton has grown up an ambassador between two worlds, his Yup'ik and European heritages. A professional storyteller, writer and teacher, Jack has been honored by the World Indigenous Peoples' Conference on Education as a Distinguished Dignitary, featured as the cover story for the premiere issue of First Alaskans magazine and considered by many people around the world, indigenous and non-native alike, to be "The Storyteller." He was also chosen as one of Alaska’s Top 40 Under Forty, one of the top forty business people in Alaska under the age of 40. He has created and produced three theatrical works of epic storytelling, written a book, and has both a DVD and a CD of his storytelling available. He travels extensively around Alaska, the US and Canada sharing his culture and stories in schools, universities, theaters and on summer Alaska cruises to a wide variety of audiences. At residencies in schools across the country, he teaches the importance of storytelling to the continuation of all cultures and works with students to create their own stories, thus, continuing the tradition. He also speaks Swedish fluently and carries a great deal of wisdom for one still considered young. His company, Raven Feathers & the Wind, is based in Anchorage, where he has called home for most of his life. For more information, visit ravenfeathers.com.



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