Spirit: A Journey in Dance, Drums & Song Trailer

Spirit: A Journey in Dance, Drums & Song Trailer (1998)

01 January 1998

Combining music, dance, and Native American myths, this program is a pastiche and celebration of the variety of American's Pre-Columbian cultures. An interesting contrast with modern urban life is made with the program's opening "Urban Overture", a dance number with a techno flavor. A highly regarded look at human cultures and spirituality. Introduced by Kevin Costner.

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