William Lawrence Dunn, "Willie," or "Roha'tiio," meaning "his voice is beautiful," musician, filmmaker (b at Montréal 14 Aug 1941). A folk musician of Mi'kmaq-Scottish origin, he served in the army 1960-63 (UN Congo medal) before joining the Newport, Rhode Island, folk-music festival. Since then he has developed his own quietly powerful style. He has made 6 albums in Canada, the US and Germany, and worked in the Company of Young Canadians with Ernie Benedict at the National Film Board. There he made the Ballad of Crowfoot (1968) and The Other Side of the Ledger (1972) with Martin Defalco. He has written and performed music for film and radio and has published several poems and song texts.