Matrix, Runout (Label A): E. 05A. Matrix, Runout (Label B): E. 05B. Matrix, Runout (Etched A): EA105A. Matrix, Runout (Etched B): EA105B.
Matrix, Runout (Label A): E. 05A Matrix, Runout (Label B): E. 05B Matrix, Runout (Etched A): EA105A Matrix, Runout (Etched B): EA105B.
Poi and Piupiu’ features the Queen Victoria School for Girls Maoritanga Choirwith Hannah Tatana as guest soloist. In recent years there has been something of a surfeit of recordings of groups of Maori female singers, mostly school groups, but this record is indeed a welcome addition which must rank as amongst the best, if not the best, of recordings by all-female groups. The choir's rendition of ‘Waiata Poi’ with Hannah Tatana as soloist must be rated as one of the best on record of this old favourite. This is followed by Miss Tatana and the choir singing ‘Hine Mokemoke’ (The Singing Shell), a song composed by Susi Robinson Collins on an East Coast legend. There are many tunes called ‘Poi Waka’ but Queen Victoria's version has a rhythm which captures the dip and swing of the paddles better than most. This item is followed by a beautifully sung ‘Titiro Mai Nga Whetu’.
album: World Travel Series: Australia. Hukarere Maori Girls School Choir - Tu Moke Moke. album: The Beauty Of The Maori. Ngararanui Maori Cultural Group - Nei Ra. album: Now Is the Hour. Hannah Tatana - Home Sweet Home. Howard Morisson Quartet - Hoki Mai. album: Zodiac Heritage Series, Vol. 8: Maori Melodies. The New Zealand Maori Theatre Trust Chorus - E Te Iwi Kia Toa. album: A Treasury of Maori Songs. The New Zealand Maori Theatre Trust Chorus - Hoki Hoki Tonu Mai. Lou & Simon - He Wawata. album: Songs Of The Maori. The Maniapoto Voices - Te Marama Ite Po. Toni Huata - Te Okanaga. album: Te Maori E. National Band of New Zealand - Maori Melodies. album: The Best of the National Band of New Zealand on Tour. Maori Culture Group - Ete Ariki.
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Songs (waiata) are sung solo, in unison or at the octave. Types of song include lullabies (oriori), love songs (waitata aroha) and laments (waiata tangi). Traditionally all formal speeches are followed by a waiata sung by the speaker and their group of supporters. Captain Cook reported that the Māori sang a song in "semitones" and others reported that the Māori had no vocal music at all, or sang discordantly. In fact the ancient chants, or mōteatea, to which Cook was referring are microtonal and repeat a single melodic line, generally centred on one note, falling away at the end of the last line. He, Tuini Ngawai and the tourist concert parties of Rotorua developed the familiar performance of today, with sung entrance, poi, haka ("war dance"), stick game, hymn, ancient song and/or action song, and sung exit.
Tomoana's concert party performed Pokarekare as an action song for the 19th and 20th Maori Reinforcements before they departed on July 7th, (as combat engineers, to construct trenches, under fire, in the swamps of Passchendale). In July 1917, Tomoana's concert party went up to the East Cape and performed at a Waiomatatini wedding. He is also named as arranger of twelve songs in a similar songbook Waiata O Te Iwi Maori. Charles Begg & Co, ( with English verses by Morihi Keiha) The 12 songs are Haere Mai, Te Wairua Ote Tau, Me Hoe Tatou, Ka Titiro Atu Au, E Noho Nei I Te Atarau, Ruriruri, Kei Reira Ko Te Ipo, Naku Te Whare, Waiata Whai A Ipo, Karo, Haere Ra, A Te Wai Pouri. It is the pronunciation heard in this school playground parody: Pokarikari ana I stood on a banana I threw it at the teacher She said "Come here!"
Poi E - Patea Maori Club. Description : classic music video from the 80's. Thanks C4 for bringing this video back to lif. Kiri Te Kanawa - (Maori song). Hallelujah best version eva. Description : Kaikohe Intermediate Kapa Haka!!! dj toa 2015 - E Te Iwi E (Maori Waiata). Description : Waiata we used to jam back in the day ! Chur cuz. Nuku Te Aio - Part 1 Chords (Maori Waiata) PATEA MAORI CLUB '1984' - Poi E. Description : TE POI.
net E toru nga mea (There are three things) Nga mea nui (Very important things) E kï ana (As. E toru nga mea. 2016-08-11. waiata maori - maori dal 2. E toru ngā mea /. 2017-10-05.
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