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And even at present the number of such working songs is only small among more primitive peoples; much smaller, for instance, than that of their magico-religious songs and dance melodies. (4) A fourth hypothesis derives music from sounds uttered under the stress of emotion. 4 These sounds, however, are too spontaneous, too instinctive; they are too much in the nature of unchangeable reflex-expressions of affective states to be able to lead to the creation of vocal music, which precisely presupposes a psychic state that has risen above the primary affects.
His distinction between Ego and the outer world, too, is more vague; macrocosmos and microcosmos do not, as in our own case, confront him with analogies and parallelisms; they rather appear to him as identical. On this level of consciousness, the aim of all actions is: the preservation of life. SACHS, in a masterly and fascinating pericope, has explained this in a convincing manner; he supports his argument with a wealth of documentary evidence, mainly derived from the history of the development of two musical instruments: the drum and the flute.
Records which were copied from the original recordings on wax-cylinders, made many years ago by FRANCES DENSMORE (362-413). These contain some hundreds of songs from different American Indian tribes: vol. XXII (Chippewa), XXIII (Sioux), XXIV (Yuma, Cocopa, Yaqui), XXV (Pawnee and Northern Ute), XXXI (Papago), XXXII (Nootka and Quileute), XXXIII (Menomenee, Mandan, and Hidatsa). To each of those volumes is added an excellent commentary written by FRANCES DENSMORE herself. This series has been followed in I954 by another, recorded and with notes by WILLARD RHODES, containing American Indian music from the Northwest (Puget Sound) (L 34); Kiowa (L 35), Indian songs of today (L 36), Delaware, Choctaw, Creek and Cherokee (L 37), Great Basin, Paiute, Washo, Ute, Bannock and Shoshone (L 38), Plain-Indians: Comanche, Cheyenne, Kiowa, Caddo, Wichita and Pawnee (L 39), Sioux (L 40), Navaho (L 4I), Apache (L 42), Pueblo: Taos, San Ildefonso, Zuni, Hopi (L 43).