MP3 Ronald Roybal - Eagle's Journey Into Dawn
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: This five-time Native American Music Award nominee performs both traditional style Native American Flute selections as well as Lute Guitar and Native Flute duets which carry the listener to Brother Eagle’s world of pristine beauty.
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As dawn breaks, take wing with Brother Eagle as he embarks on a magical journey through the Land of Enchantment. Ronald Roybal, of Tewa and Spanish Colonial heritage and Native American Music Award Nominee for Best Flutist, performs both traditional style Native American Flute selections as well as Lute Guitar and Native Flute duets. Brother Eagle calls you to put away your cares and travel with him to his world of pristine beauty. Spread your wings and journey into the dawn! Eagle’s Journey Into Dawn has been nominated for two 2000 Native American Music Awards including Best World Music Recording and Best Latin Influenced Recording!
Ronald Roybal is a native of the American Southwest. A descendent of Spanish Colonial and Pueblo (Tewa) peoples, he considers his ability to express both sides of his heritage to be a great gift and responsibility. A completely self-taught musician, Ronald has studied music since his youth and is widely respected as a master performer of the Native American flute as well as the Spanish style guitar.
In addition to guitar and flute, he enjoys Pow Wow singing and dancing. He has been nominated for five Native American Music Awards including Best Instrumental Album (Suite Santa Fe), Best Native Flutist of the Year (Visions of the Fourth World), Best World Music Recording and Best Latin Recording (Eagle’s Journey Into Dawn) and Best New Age Recording (Blue Corn, Red Earth). He has been featured twice on National Public Radio’s Performance Today program for his performance at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival’s Salute to Indian Art Market.
He makes his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he performs extensively at area hotels, resorts, restaurants and civic events. In addition to performance, Ronald successfully operates his own recording studio and record label.