A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey' Navajo singer-songwriter Geraldine Barney left the reservation a few years ago to attend music school in Boston. Her trip inspired "Journey," topic of the latest edition of "What's in a Song," an occasional series from the Western Folklife Center. Each part of the series explores one song and its story.
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A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

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A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

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Navajo singer-songwriter Geraldine Barney left the reservation a few years ago to attend music school in Boston. Her trip inspired "Journey," topic of the latest edition of "What's in a Song," an occasional series from the Western Folklife Center. Each part of the series explores one song and its story.

Geraldine Barney's song "Journey" was inspired by her move from the reservation to Boston. santafe.net hide caption

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