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Red Feather Band - Chicken Scratch & O'Odham Country album mp3
Native American,North American Traditions
  • Performer:
    Red Feather Band
  • Title:
    Chicken Scratch & O'Odham Country
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  • Style:
    Native American,North American Traditions
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Chicken Scratch & O'Odham Country. Chicken Scratch & Specialty Songs.

Chicken scratch (also known as waila music) is a kind of dance music developed by the Tohono O'odham people. The genre evolved out of acoustic fiddle bands in southern Arizona, in the Sonoran desert. These bands began playing European and Mexican tunes, in styles that include the polka, schottisch and mazurka. Chicken scratch, however, is at its root, an interpretation of norteño music, which is itself a Mexican adaptation of polka.

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Chicken scratch is usually played with a band including alto saxophone, bass, guitar, drums and accordion, though the original style used only percussion, guitar and violin, with the accordion and saxophone added in the 1950s. Its home is the Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and Gila River Indian Community. The term waila comes from Spanish bailar, meaning to dance

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Chicken Scratch is the social dance music of the native people of southern Arizona. Also known as Waila music. It is a hybrid music style in which polka, cumbia, two-step, schottische, and other beats are given a Native American twist. The rhythms and instrumentation are similar to that of Nordic music, but have evolved in different corners of the country and globe. Mandolin player Ralph Tuttila was thrilled to learn that Tucson is the ‘backyard’ of the home of Gertie and the . Boyz, a premier Chicken Scratch Waila band with musicians from the Tohono O’odham tribe. A fan of this style of music and their history, Ralph contacted them to plan a collaboration in conjunction with Finn Fest.

Chicken scratch (disambiguation). Chicken scratch may refer to: Chicken scratch or waila music of the Tohono O'odham people of Arizona and Northern Mexico. bird food, chicken feed. Chicken scratch embroidery" is a form of cross-stitch embroidery done on gingham fabric, also known as "teneriffe lace" or "snowflaking". Chicken scratch guitar is a style of rhythm guitar playing associated with funk music. Chicken scratching may also refer to penmanship that is very close to illegible.

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Credits

Red Feather Band - Primary Artist