The tradition of Bird Song uses music and dance to tell the story of Cahuilla Creation – the beginning of life – for the Cahuilla Indians, an indigenous tribe of the Southern California desert. Taya Gray Special to The Bee
The tradition of Bird Song uses music and dance to tell the story of Cahuilla Creation – the beginning of life – for the Cahuilla Indians, an indigenous tribe of the Southern California desert. Taya Gray Special to The Bee
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It’s called Bird Song, but it’s not about flying animals

November 27, 2016 12:01 AM

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