Lost and found: Indigenous music, culture, language and artifacts

From finding traditional songs at a museum thought to be lost, to uncovering a country's obsession with First Nation culture, to repatriating lost cultural objects, this week on Unreserved we explore the theme of lost and found.
From finding traditional songs at a museum, to repatriating lost cultural objects, to delving into a country's obsession with First Nation culture, this week on Unreserved, Indigenous people are uncovering lost culture and finding pride.
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This episode originally aired March 11, 2018.

From finding traditional songs at a museum thought to be lost, to uncovering a country's obsession with First Nation culture, to repatriating lost cultural objects, this week on Unreserved we explore the theme of lost and found. 

Musician Jeremy Dutcher uncovered traditional Maliseet songs at the Canadian museum, and decided to blend them with electronic and classical music for his new album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa

Unreserved's music columnist Janet Rogers is back with a new music pick, based on the theme of lost and found. 

Ojibway author and playwright Drew Hayden Taylor uncovers Germany's obsession with First Nation culture in his new documentary, Searching for Winnetou

Métis poet Gregory Scofield, dedicates his time to searching antique shops and online auction sites for Métis artwork and artifacts in hopes of "bringing them home."

Aandeg Muldrew is the youngest sessional instructor at the University of Manitoba, where he teaches introductory Ojibwe. He learned his traditional tongue from his grandmother, Patricia Ningewance. 

This Week's Playlist: 
Jeremy Dutcher (Electric Messiah)

Jeremy Dutcher - Mehcinut

Sierra Noble - I Love You More 

Plex feat. Smallboy - Lost in the Cycle 

Leonard Sumner - Memories