He Rerenga Kōrero

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Tono kōrero mai

This is the first of three programmes on Māori oral literature and its significance in the wider New Zealand literature. This first programme sets the cultural background to Māori literature in Tauparapara, Karakia, and the oral poetry in the music of the women.

1. Tauparapara "Tihei Mauri Ora"
2. Karakia recited by Eruera Stirling
3. Waerea [unidentified] recited by Rua Cooper
4. Maui (he kōrero tipua)
5. Karanga from the Polynesia Festival in Auckland 1981
6. Waiata [unidentified] sung by Harata Tangikuku (Ngāti Porou)
7. Whai Kōrero by Sir James Hēnare
8. Moteatea, "Pine Pine Te Kura"
9. Whakaaraara Pa recited by Wiremu Parker
10. "Kakariki", Karakia, Tane Mahuta
11. Te Mata Peak (story)
12. Haka, "Ka Mate Ka Mate"
13. Proverbial sayings "Kia Hora Te Marino"
14. "Piko Nei Te Matenga" a hymn taken from the Norman Kirk funeral service

Duration..........32'00

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Year 1992

Reference number 42639

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
Williams, Haare, 1940-
Parker, Wiremu Leonard, 1914-1986
Stirling, Eruera, 1899-1983
Cooper, Rua
Henare, James Clendon Tau (b.1911, d.1989)
Tangikuku Harata

Duration 00:32:29

Date 04 Nov 1992

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