Native Son is Tony Duncan's finest collection of original and traditional songs for solo Native American flute. Of Apache and Mandan-Hidatsa-Arikara heritage, Duncan is a Native American Music Award winner and five-time World Championship Hoop Dancer.
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1. Evening Meadows (3:03)
2. Sacred Mountain (2:51)
3. Hummingbird Visits Me (2:56)
4. Beside the River (2:55)
5. Beautiful Wisdom (2:44)
6. Man in the Maze (3:04)
7. Birds Dancing (2:42)
8. Eagle Has Blessed Us (3:11)
9. Shush (Bear Dreams) (2:31)
10. For Love (3:11)
11. Moccasin Games (2:28)
12. Quail Dancers (3:01)
13. Quiet Morning (3:20)
14. Stories Upon Stone (3:21)
15. Elk Sings (2:43)
16. Amazing Grace (3:05)
Total Time: 48:15
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