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The Lamanite Generation is a Brigham Young University Program Bureau musical variety show, co-sponsored by "The Tribe of Many Feathers. It features talented Indian students in both modern and traditional productions. The program also includes Polynesian and Mexican students and the word "Lamanite" is used to describe all three cultures. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 (etched)): Side 1 B-13475.
The Lamanite Generation, Brigham Young University's premier ethnic music and dance company, will perform a showcase of Native American, Latin American and Polynesian dances Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 9 and 10. Performances will begin at 7:30 . in the de Jong Concert Hall of the Harris Fine Arts Center on the Provo campus.
Living Legends, originally the Lamanite Generation, is a song and dance performing group at Brigham Young University made up of performers of Native American, Polynesian and Hispanic or Latino origin. They perform dances that originate in these cultures as well. Living Legends was formed in 1971 by Janie Thompson. Living Legends originally started as the Lamanite Generation which was an all Native American performing group organized by Janie Thompson
Lamanite to Lamanite-that was the medium for the message of peace and brotherhood that Brigham Young University’s Lamanite Generation carried to South America during a six-week tour in May and June. From Lima, Peru, to Mexico City, from Ecuador to Bolivia to Brazil, local Latter-day Saint organizations recorded a dramatic boost in interest and attendance levels whenever and wherever the group performed.
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Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. It was originally started as the Lamanite Generation which was an all Native American performing group organized by Janie Thompson. The organization was first formed in 1971. The group is noted for its closing song at most performances "Go My Son and Get an Education". The transition to its current name was a long drawn out process Sources.
|A1||Hello to You|
|A2||Everybody's Reachin' Out for Someone|
|A3||You Gave Me a Mountain|
|A4||Cancion Mixpecia - La Malaguena|
|A5||The Big Mouth Frog|
|A6||Singing Along Together|
|B1||The Mountains Cry Out|
|B4||Ancient Days - Go My Son|
|B5||I Walk in Beauty|
|B6||The Lord's Prayer|
NotesThe Lamanite Generation is a Brigham Young University Program Bureau musical variety show, co-sponsored by "The Tribe of Many Feathers." It features talented Indian students in both modern and traditional productions. The program also includes Polynesian and Mexican students, and the word "Lamanite" is used to describe all three cultures. For information, contact Brigham Young University, Office of University Programs, 117 ELWC, Provo, Utah 84602, phone: 374-1211, Ext. 2564.
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