With voices that echo grace and beauty, Joanne Shenandoah and Lawrence Laughing (Mohawk) sing spirited melodies and elegant harmonies creating a sense of peace, balance and gratitude.
Orenda is an Iroquois word meaning "the soul of all things." These songs celebrate life and our connection to the universal spirit.
The songs on Orenda are primarily rooted in Shenandoah's and Laughing's Iroquois tradition, but incorporate influences from Indian Nations as far away as Central America and Northern Canada. From traditional chants to contemporary ballads, the music is derived from indigenous Social Dance and Ceremonial songs.

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