A time of harvesting from the wild!
This is a solo piece on the Native American flute commemorating the beautiful season of Fall. Seeing that this song commemorates a season of the year, Steven chose to focus on a specific tribe that would move their camps from season to season. This Tribe is the Ojibwe, also known as the Chippewa.
Once the season changed to Fall, The Ojibwe would move their camp - usually to a place where there was a pond, marsh or lake. The reason for this is because they would take part in harvesting wild rice. Wild rice is harvested on the water and was one of the Ojibwe’s favorite food.
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