Commonly, dances were held in a large structure or in an open field
around a fire. Movements of the participants illustrated the purpose
of the dance -- expressing prayer, victory, thanks, mythology and
more. Sometimes a leader was chosen, on others, a specific
individual, such as a war leader or medicine man would lead the
dance. Many tribes danced only to the sound of a drum and their
own voices; while others incorporated bells and rattles. Some dances
included solos, while others included songs with a leader and chorus.
Participants might include the entire tribe, or would specific to men,
women, or families. In addition to public dances, there were also
private and semi-public dances for healing, prayer, initiation,
storytelling, and courting.
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