Anyone who has ever seen images of Grand Canyon has been mesmerized by the enormous beauty of the place. Local native people would say that's because it's a living cultural landscape that is sacred to the Hopi Tribe and other indigenous people living throughout the Southwest. Join Gary Stroutsos on a cultural musical adventure inside Grand Canyon through the sounds of the Hopi long flute, one of the oldest wind instruments in North America that was once used by Hopi people to bring rain. Gary is a talented player who helped reintroduce this instrument to the Hopi Tribe after it had been missing for over 500 years. Through stories and ancient melodies you'll gain a greater appreciation for Grand Canyon and enjoy some of the most beautiful sounds to ever emerge from the Canyon.
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