Raven Speaks | Raven’s Music
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Raven’s Music

Science is only now beginning the exploration and discovery of the incredible psychological, emotional, spiritual and physical benefits of music. Studies are being performed all over the world, which continue to validate what ancient cultures have known for many centuries; Music heals.

The songs that I have prepared for you visit themes of Unity and Earth Connection. Intended to aid you in creating and supporting a calm, creative and safe classroom environment, I encourage you to include these songs in your lessons plans, sharing circles, afternoon breaks or any time you feel the need to enhance or shift the mood of your classroom. You can hear my music using the Player, or download them by clicking on the songs listed here.

“As One”

A song centered around unity and connection with one another and with Mother Earth. The heartbeat of the land is supported by traditional drum rhythms. [download]




“Little Girl”

She waits for you where Raven’s sing! A song of invitation and hope. [download]




“All of My Relations”

A signature song – includes the mighty Raven squawk !! Sung with St Pauls students (Lakefield, Ont.) [download]



“O Canada” (Ojibwe)

Beautifully sung in the language of “Ojibwe” by students at St Paul’s School (Lakefield, Ont.) [download]





We are stewards of the land in which we live knowing that our health and happiness is intricately tied to the health of the planet upon which we live. We must band together one people one mind! [download]





Farewell is a song about letting go and trusting that we can remain connected to one another in our hearts until we meet again. [download]




“Kina Bemaadzijig”

Sung in the Ojibwe language this traditional song offers the calming sounds of womens voices. [download]

“Students may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.”

(Carol Buchner)

North Hastings High School ( Wolf Pack)


NOTE:This music may be used free of charge. Selling without prior written consent is prohibited. Obtain permission before redistributing. In all cases this notice must remain intact.