Māori Language

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Tono kōrero mai

Māori Language Week 1985
Philip Liner and Haare Williams talk about aspects of te reo Māori and the significance of Māori Language Week.

- Karanga : Haka pohiri
- Haare explains the protocols of the karanga and tangihanga
- Kaikōrero : John Rangihau / Kinaki Ko te wiki tenei o te reo Māori.
- Waiata : Pu nga werawera. (Hirini Melbourne)
- Poem : Written & read by Harry Dansey.

Haare explains aspects of Māoritanga and tikanga.

- Whakatauaki by Selwyn Muru.
- "He whare tu ki te paenga, he kai na te ahi',
He whare tu ki te pa tuwatawata, he tohu na te rangatira".

A house standing in the wilderness, is food for fire (no mana)
A house standing in the fortified village is the emblem of a great chief.(mana).

- Kaikōrero : Ngapo Wehi (Māori origins).

[Musical interlude : The Strauss Waltz]

- Unidentified rangatahi speaking her views in changes within Māoridom

- Oriori : Pinepine te kura.

- Te Hinaki - a story told by Miritana Hughes/Te Arawa.

- Haka : Ka mate ka mate

- Waiata-a-ringa : Mihi atea (Te Roopu Manutaki)

- Waiata-a-ringa : Arohaina mai.

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Year 1985

Reference number 47808

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Māori radio programs
Ethnic radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits Rangaihau, John
Wehi, Ngāpō, 1934 - 2016 (b.1934, d.2016)
Te Rōpū Manutaki (Cultural group)
Liner, Philip, 1925-
Williams, Haare, 1940-

Duration 00:49:50

Date 21 Jul 1985