Te Māori Exhibition

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Tono kōrero mai

Te Māori Exhibition.

Part of a recorded series.

Guide Brownie explains the Waka Huia to a group of visitors. The Waka Huia comes from the Taranaki area. Brownie also talks about his whakaaro re the dawn ceremony.

Mrs Margaret Ross and Joan Weygood visitor to Te Māori explains their views about Te Māori.

Pohiri to manuhiri by Tommy Thompson of Ngapuhi. Kinaki: "Ma wai ra e taurima".

Kaikōrero: Tai Tokerau kaumatua. Kinaki: "Ka pine a koe."

Music Break

Nga Raukura Robinson no roto o Ngāti Wai me Te Aniwaniwa Hona no Ngāti Hine e kōrero mo nga ahuatanga e pa ana ki Te Māori.

Kaikōrero: Maureen Carrington of Ngāti Hine and Matawaia.

Some of the most delicate taonga on display during Te Māori are the Rei Niho from Te Waipounamu.

[Unidentified] speaker. Kinaki: "E pa mai maranga mai"
[Unidentified] speaker. Kinaki: Moteatea.
Kaikōrero: Maihi Nikora.
Kaikōrero: Te Arani [Bina] Peita me ona whakaaro mo te Māori.
Kaikōrero: Gary Watson of Whakatohea.
Kei te haere tonu nga kōrero me nga mihi mai i Te Māori.

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Year 1987

Reference number 48407

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Māori radio programs
Ethnic radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits Guide Brownie
Ross, Margaret
Williams, Haare, 1940-
Thompson, Tommy
Hona, Te Aniwaniwa, 1938-
Robinson, Raukura
Carrington, Maureen
Watson, Gary
Peita, Te Arani

Duration 01:04:30

Date 29 Jun 1987

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