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Mi kmaq Honour Song Lydia Adams NDSU Concert Choir

Mi kmaq Honour Song Lydia Adams NDSU Concert Choir

5.42 MBNDSU Concert Choir

The NDSU Concert Choir has a distinguished tradition of performing eminent choral literature at the highest level of artistry. Under Jo Ann Miller's direction, the choir has performed at state, regional and national music conferences--including seven North Central American Choral Directors Association conferences and the association's national conference in San Antonio, Texas. The choir performs regularly with the Fargo Moorhead Symphony and...

Kalolin Johnson - Gentle Warrior featuring Devon Paul and Thunder Herney

Kalolin Johnson - Gentle Warrior featuring Devon Paul and Thunder Herney

8.08 MBAllison Bernard Memorial High School

Gentle Warrior was written by students and staff at Allison Bernard Memorial High School in Eskasoni, Cape Breton, Canada in tribute to Mi'kmaq poet and Eskasoni native, Rita Joe. The track features lead vocals by Kalolin Johnson, the rap styling of Devon Paul and powwow chanting by Thunder Herney. Gentle Warrior was created with the support of the National Arts Centre of Canada. ...

Mik Maq Honour Song

Mik Maq Honour Song

8.65 MBRed Shadow Singers - Topic

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Mik Maq Honour Song · The Red Shadow Singers Ghost Dance Songs ℗ 2006 Arbor Records Ltd. ℗ 2007 Wildchild Sound Released on: 2006-10-03 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Emma Stevens - Blackbird by The Beatles sung in Mi kmaq

Emma Stevens - Blackbird by The Beatles sung in Mi kmaq

3.59 MBAllison Bernard Memorial High School

The International Year of Indigenous Languages is a United Nations observance in 2019 that aims to raise awareness of the consequences of the endangerment of Indigenous languages across the world, with an aim to establish a link between language, development, peace, and reconciliation. To bring awareness to this important cause students at Allison Bernard Memorial High School in Eskasoni, Cape Breton recorded Paul McCartney's Blackbird in...

Our Song Sing-Along

Our Song Sing-Along

5.49 MBWhite Wolf

New Video: youtu.be/AkO2k5rJPRM Quick Note: The "ħ" character is what I've come to use to represent the phlegm/guttural sound that the "q" makes in the Mi'kmaw language. This video was made in the hopes of helping people to learn how to sing this popular Mi'kmaq song. Please bear in mind this is done to the best of my abilities, and variations are likely due to the vast number of different dialects of our people. If you notice any mistakes,...

Listuguj Powwow 2018 - Mi gmaq Honor Song

Listuguj Powwow 2018 - Mi gmaq Honor Song

8.72 MBfelix atencio-gonzales

Listuguj Powwow 2018 I heard the drum I heard the song I heard my heart... dancing Quand les Mi'gmaq chanten le Honor Song, on a la sensation que chaque battement du tambour fait un sentier dans le coeur. Dans mon cas, il ne fait que le revisiter. El Pow wow de Listuguj (comunidad donde vivo) terminó esta tarde de domingo. Para terminar se juntaron todos los grupos de tambores para ofrecernos el Canto de Honor del pueblo Mi'gmaq. Fue...

Northern Cree Honor Song Sung for the Mi kmaq Nation

Northern Cree Honor Song Sung for the Mi kmaq Nation

6.61 MBOfficial Northern Cree

Sîtoskâtowin - “to support one another” (See-tos-ka-to-win) It is important that we teach our children the history of this land before 1867(Canada was formed), or the 1600’s. It is important that we teach our children about the arrival of others to this land. It is important that we teach our children how the people’s whom were already here when others arrived on the shores of this great land, helped those others survive and establish...

Ko jua - Morgan Toney

Ko jua - Morgan Toney

4.83 MBMorgan Toney

Morgan Toney, the Mi’kmaq Fiddler from both We’koma’q First Nation & Wagmatcook First Nation, is teaming up with Producer Keith Mullins to make an album for Morgan Toney. One of the songs on the album is the “Ko’jua”. This modern arrangement has caught the attention of CBC, CTV, Cape Breton Post, and various radio stations to as far as Erin, Ontario. This Music Video was shot in the Mi’kmaq Community of Eskasoni First Nation, on Goat...

Mik Maq Honour Song by Red Shadow Singers - Honour to the AmerIndian Nations

Mik Maq Honour Song by Red Shadow Singers - Honour to the AmerIndian Nations

8.88 MBCody Seven

Tribute to the ancient people of America Indian Nation. Emblematic Chiefs of different Amerindian Tribes Musica by The Red Shadow Singers - Mik Maq Honour Song Lyrics (pronunciation + translation): Kepmite’tmnej Tan’teli l’nuwulti’kw Geb-mee-day-d’m’nedge Dawn deli ul’new-ul-dee-k Let us greatly respect Our nativeness. Nikma’jtut Mawita’nej Neeg-mahj-dewt Ma-wee-dah-nedge My people Let us gather. Kepmite’tmnej Ta’n...

Emma Stevens - My Unama ki My Cape Breton

Emma Stevens - My Unama ki My Cape Breton

8.56 MBAllison Bernard Memorial High School

"My Unama'ki" is a love song for the island of Cape Breton written by students and staff at Allison Bernard Memorial High School in Eskasoni, Cape Breton (Unama'ki), Nova Scotia, Canada. My Unama'ki features lead vocals by Emma Stevens (grade 9) with supporting vocals from Keyonah Marshall (grade 10) and Kylie Francis (grade 12). Spoken words by Darren Stevens. "My Unama'ki" also features the fiddle tune "Constitutional Breakdown" by late...

The Mi kmaq Honour Song

The Mi kmaq Honour Song

9.02 MBEastern Eagle - Topic

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby The Mi'kmaq Honour Song · Eastern Eagle It Gives Us Life: Powwow ℗ 2018 Eastern Eagle Released on: 2018-06-08 Auto-generated by YouTube.

About Honor Song of the Mi kmaq Sing-along

Quick Note: The "ħ" character is what I've come to use to represent the phlegm/guttural sound that the "q" makes in the Mi'kmaw language.

This drumming song, commonly called "The Honor Song", has become a very powerful song for the Mi'kmaq. Originally composed by Elder Katherine Sorbey, it was gifted to George Paul who then gifted it with Mi'kma'ki. In my personal experience, this song has been rather challenging to learn to sing properly.

Thanks to a language camp which I was blessed to take part in, I was able to identify correct spelling, pronunciation, and meaning for this important piece. Keep in mind that as with any language and any piece of music that dialect and artistic license can cause a great deal of variation. This video is not intended to be the rule, just a learning tool that I've put the effort into making as accurate and true as possible.

With that said, corrections and criticisms are welcome.

"This is a song that came to me while I was fasting for my people. The message in this song is for all people to work together and help each other the way our creator would want us to be as human beings here upon Mother Earth, and as children of our creator we must always have respect for each other. So join hands and honor the life you have with dignity because you are a part of the creators work. Show the world that love and forgiveness can bring about world peace."
~ George Paul