In this panel discussion, Dylan Robinson, Cheryl L’Hirondelle, and Rasentonkwa Tarbell explore Indigenous song through a range of perspectives and topics. They discuss Indigenous song as history; the importance of context for Indigenous song; rights to songs among nations, communities, families, and individuals; as well as practices and protocols related to the learning and sharing of Indigenous song. The panelists also consider the challenges and opportunities of collaboration between Indigenous artists and orchestras.

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