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December 2016: Taylor Natseway (Laguna Pueblo/Navajo/Miwok)

Name: Taylor Natseway
Tribal Affiliation: Laguna Pueblo/Navajo/Miwok
Instrument/Voice type: Clarinet
School: Santa Fe Indian School
Fun fact about me: I want to sing and be famous when I’m older.

When/how did you first start playing your instrument?
Well when I first came to Santa Fe Indian School there was an opportunity to be in band so I took that chance. I wanted to be in band because I liked the movie Drumline. When I got in band I want to play the drums but I good at the flute and the clarinet. So I picked the clarinet and I soon found out that my great-grandfather played the clarinet. Gambling has never been so exciting as with 25 euro casino bonus ohne einzahlung. Just in a few minutes and in a few clicks and you are already there, in the world of easy money and fun!

What musical activities are you involved in?
The band plays at football games to just practice our sound and we also have concerts. But last year I had played my clarinet at the high school talent show and me and by director had a great success. Also, every Sunday I go to church and sing in the choir.

What are your musical goals? What is something you look forward to being able to achieve?
Well ever since I was little I wanted to go to college and play for a band but I also wanted to sing. I wanted to be on The Voice. And people at my school were saying it was weird but I didn’t care. All I know is I am going to be on The Voice someday even if I have to do it myself. Only here you are always welcome, together with jogouganhou you have no equal!

Why did you decide to pursue music? What do you love about music?
When I was little I also used to try to write music lyrics, but I never showed anybody not even my family. I love music because it helps me express my feelings. And when I was 6 I was introduced to church and my grandparents encouraged me to sing and dance in the traditional way.

What is your favorite musical memory?
Last year in band I came in every morning at 8:15 and Mr.VanBuren taught me new notes and I was already playing the higher notes on my first year.

Favorite composer or piece?
I don’t really have a favorite composer or piece because I want to make my own music.

Anything else you’d like to share?
My great grandfather, Peter Natseway Sr. and all his 5 brothers played various instruments in the Santa Fe Indian Marching Band. My great grandmother Betty Natseway was a singer in the band. The remaining members of the original Santa Fe Indian Marching Band are Peter Natseway Jr. my grandpa, Henry Seweyestewa and Karen Toya Lott.

Learn more about Taylor’s musical heritage and the Santa Fe Indian Marching Band here: azdailysun.com/lifestyles/and-the-band-plays-on-santa-fe-all-indian-marching/article_241e930c-ae75-5369-bec7-2c159930af51.html


November 2016: Cheyanne Sando (Jemez Pueblo)

Name: Cheyanne Sando
Tribe: Jemez Pueblo
Instrument/Voice type: Percussion
School: Santa Fe Indian School
Fun fact about me: A fun fact about me is that I’m a comedienne.

When/how did you first start playing your instrument?
I started playing in Elementary, starting in 4th grade. It was a requirement to play. I played the flute for 3 years. Once I went to SFIS, I played keyboard for two years in 9th grade too. Now I play percussion.

What musical activities are you involved in?
I am involved in Marching Band, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, and the University of Oregon band camp.

What are your musical/career goals? What do you hope to do once you’ve received your degree?
My musical goal is to attend the University of Oregon. Once I get my degree, I want to become a music teacher for elementary students.

Why did you decide to pursue music? What do you love about music?
I decided to pursue music because I enjoy going with the beats and it gives me a positive mood.

What is your favorite musical memory?
My favorite musical memory was when I got to attend the University of Oregon for a summer music program.

Favorite composer or piece?
My favorite piece is Island Dream by Bret Kuhn

Anything else you’d like to share?
Thy-co-no-pan! Thank you!


September 2016: Hayley Lynn Smith (Blackfoot, Apache, Navajo, and Ute)

Name: Hayley Lynn Smith
Tribal Affiliation: Blackfoot, Apache, Navajo, and Ute
Instrument/Voice type: Clarinet
School and Major: University of Northern Colorado/ Music Education
Fun fact about me: I am a military child so my family moved around a lot while me and my older sibling were growing up. As a result, I was born in Mons, Belgium.

When/how did you first start playing your instrument?
I first picked up the clarinet when I was 11 (8 years ago). I decided to play this specific instrument because my mother had played clarinet when she was young.

What musical activities are you involved in?
Along with the music classes I take as a requirement of my major, I also participate in marching band and I am a member of my university’s Symphonic Band, both under the Direction of Dr. Richard Mayne.

What are your musical/career goals? What do you hope to do once you’ve received your degree?
My ultimate goal is to become a full time middle school band director and to be a part-time professional musician and/or private lesson teacher.

Why did you decide to pursue music? What do you love about music?
When I first began playing the clarinet I had a private lesson teacher, Lisa Hubbard, who was a great role model to me. It was around this time in my life that my parents were going through the demanding process of getting divorced and I was having a very hard time communicating with them. Instead music became my output, my feelings and thoughts that I couldn’t express through words came out while I played. Lisa Hubbard showed me how to do this and it was then that I decided that I would repay her by becoming a teacher myself and show my own students, particularly those who might not have friends or family to support them, that music can influence their lives for the better, as it did my own.

What is your favorite musical memory?
My favorite musical memory occurred during my senior year in high school. I was the head drum major for my high school’s marching band. We were performing in competition and we were doing very well, nailing every difficult piece of the music and sets on the field. I will always remember the last measure I conducted of the piece and the sound the last chord made as it drifted up towards the press box. Never had I felt so much pride for my band.

Favorite composer or piece? My favorite piece is Symphonic Metamorphosis by Paul Hindemith.


August 2016: Monique Nakai (Navajo)

Name: Monique Nakai
Tribe: Navajo
Instrument/Voice type: Flute
School and Major: University of New Mexico, Music Education
Fun fact about me: I enjoy hiking and spending time outdoors. I also make really good Apple Pies.

When/how did you first start playing your instrument?
I first learned how to play my flute during 6th grade in the beginning band class at Tse Ho Tso Middle School. I remember choosing between a trombone and a flute, (I couldn’t play trumpet that well), and there was just something about the flute that made it seem right. Since then, I enjoy learning the flute and all the challenges that come along with it.

What musical activities are you involved in?
Currently I put all of my time into the University of New Mexico Spirit Marching Band, as a band member.

What are your musical/career goals? What do you hope to do once you’ve received your degree?
My career goals would be to finish my Music Education degree and then move towards obtaining a Master’s degree in conducting. Then I would like to take what I learn and give back to my reservation, by providing ways to make our music programs better.

Why did you decide to pursue music? What do you love about music?
While in band during high school, I realized how much I loved music. To me it feels like music holds such a bigger value then people anticipate. It opens doors to new possibilities and allows people to express themselves however they like. I enjoyed the way music seemed to uplift spirits as it flowed through the classroom. The environment it created was something else. I looked forward to the energy radiating from band mates. The excitement we had when we received music. The sense of accomplishment when the music piece sounded just right.

After letting my love for music grow, I knew it had to be shared. I wanted everyone to have the same experience I did. To feel the joy. Of course growing up on the reservation made it a bit more difficult to reach the music level of other schools or to spread music far enough for people to enjoy. From this, I decided I want to become a music teacher, that way students on the reservation can have a greater chance of expressing themselves through music than before.

What is your favorite musical memory?
My favorite musical memory would be the first time I played my flute in front of a crowd of people. It was during one of the spring band concerts. It was so invigorating. I remember feeling nervous, but as I played through the song, it felt like I was just there. Just me and the music. By the time I was done, I was no longer nervous. I felt so much satisfaction. It was amazing. Now when I play, I always receive the same vibes as the first time I played at the concert. Which makes me want to keep playing.

Favorite composer or piece?
Beethoven Sonata no. 10 op. 14 no. 2

Anything else you’d like to share?
Continuously work towards what makes you happy because that is all that really matters in life: happiness.

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