Maori action songs / by Alan Armstrong and Reupena Ngata.; Armstrong, Alan, 1933...

Name/Title

Maori action songs / by Alan Armstrong and Reupena Ngata.

Maker

Armstrong, Alan, 1933-1986

Maker Role

Author

Maker

Ngata, Reupena

Maker Role

Author

About this object

Contents:The origin and development of action songs -- The form of the action song -- Reading and diagrams -- The actions explained -- Beginning and ending an action song -- A concert introduction (Tena ra koutou katoa) -- Some points on presentation -- Notes for teachers and learners -- Pronunciation of Maori -- Tena koutou and Haere mai e hoa ma -- Whakarongo mai e nga iwi -- Nga tama Maori tatou e -- Anei ra nga hoia -- Ha! haere mai -- Hoki mai ra ki te kainga -- Powhiritia ra e nga taitamariki -- Me he manu rere -- Tahi nei taru kino -- E pari ra -- Uia mai koia -- Paikea -- E waka e -- Te ope tutahi -- Pa mai to reo aroha -- Two action songs by Tuini Ngawai : Arohaina mai e te kingi nui : E te hokowhitu-a-tu -- Kua rongorongo hoki ahau -- Two chants : Takiri and Ka ru -- A bracket of farewell songs : Haere ra e hoa ma : Maringi noa nga roimata : E rere ra te matangi -- How the Maoris came to New Zealand : Uia mai koia : Hoea ra te waka nei : Tioa mai : Poi waka Haka, Kumekumea -- Concert item : tribute to Maori war dead : Hoia o te hahi : Au, e ihu, tirohia : E te atua, ko koe nei ra. Discography on back cover.

Date Made

1960

Publisher

A H & A W REED

Publication Place

Princes Risborough

Subject and Association Keywords

Kapa haka

Subject and Association Keywords

Maori (New Zealand people) -- Music

Subject and Association Keywords

Songs, Maori

Subject and Association Keywords

Waiata

Subject and Association Keywords

Waiata a ringa

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

Object number

2014.5.0701

Spine Label

790.08 ARM

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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