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Ani Kuni

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Ani Kuni by Batone. Gravada num só take numa tarde chuvosa em meio à natureza que abriga a Vila IX em Piracaia-SP, Brasil. Uma leitura cheia de entrega e respeito de uma canção tradicional dos povos indígenas do Norte das Américas.

Ani Kuni is a traditional Native American hymn and song originating from the Arapaho tribes living on the plains of Colorado and Wyoming in the United States.

Although the vast majority of Native Americans have a tendency to appropriate the hymn, the hymn is believed to have originated from the Iroquois Nation of the Northeast.[1] However, a researcher associated with Radio-Canada discovered in 2017 that the hymn had originated from the centre of the United States,[2] more specifically from the Arapaho tribes in Colorado and Wyoming.

The hymn is seldom considered to be a lullaby. It is sung on a plaintive tone, with dancers to the hymn often crying and thinking about their condition of dependence.[1] This Native American hymn is similar[how?] to the Lord's Prayer and Hail Mary in Christianity, and the Shahada and Salat in Islam.

source : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ani_Couni_Chaouani

lyrics

Ani couni chaouani
Ani couni chaouani
Awawa bikana caïna
Awawa bikana caïna
E aouni bissini
E aouni bissini
Ani couni chaouani
Ani couni chaouani
Awawa bikana caïna
Awawa bikana caïna
Ani couni chaouani
Ani couni chaouani
E aouni bissini
Ani couni chaouani
Ani couni chaouani
Awawa bikana caïna
Awawa bikana caïna
E aouni bissini
E aouni bissini
Ani couni chaouani
Ani couni chaouani
E aouni bissini
E aouni bissini

Translation :

Father, have mercy on me,
Father, have mercy on me;
Because I'm dying of thirst,
Because I'm dying of thirst;
Everything is gone – I have nothing to eat,
Everything is gone – I have nothing to eat.

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released May 26, 2022
Batone (voz e violão)
Emílio Mizāo (guitarra)
Elijah Tucker (percussão)

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Batone Montreal, Québec

Eco-anarco-humanista, glauberiano com ascendente em escorpião.
Um ex-fantoche, um faminto índio das cavernas, um loboguará do Velho-Oeste Paulista e, antes de tudo, um ente que se quer presente.

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