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8 thoughts on “ Ka Tu Au - Rim D. Paul - Waiata, Wairua, Waiora (File, MP3, Album)

  1. Hi au au aue Ha (leader)I A Ha Ha! ka tu te ihi ka tu te wanawana. ki runga I te rangi e tu iho nei. tu iho nei. hi aue hi. EXPLANATION: This chant is commonly used when calling visitors onto a marae, just after the karanga. A woman from the host side will first call (karanga) to indicate to the visitors (manuhiri) to move forward on to the marae.
  2. B uilt at Poplar London UK by Yarrow & Company, the Motor Vessel Wairua (Spirit) joined the famous Hatrick & Co Whanganui River Steamer fleet in November and was a pioneer of river travel above Pipiriki.. The Motor Vessel Wairua has a unique form of propulsion that is known as tunnel drive or raised propeller boat. That is the propeller is located in a tunnel above the bottom of the.
  3. Waiata: He Haka na Pehirora. pp. Waiho, ka ngaro ka ngaro te tihi o, Koinaki, Ka te tairi mai e Tongariro, Na nga uru i wawae ake, Ka puta te wai tua maunga, He tangata pai hei kapekape tungoua, E me whena mai ano e hoa e hoa ahaha ma, A ora atu ai taku ngakakau, E wehi ana ahahau, i te papatu, Aku matutua, Aku Whananaunga, A Te Raihe ma.
  4. Ka hapara te ata Ka tū te ata Ko te ata matua Ka waiora te kutu Ka korihi te manu Ka awatea Haea te ata The transmission from te pō to te ao mārama, the journey to enlightenment - ka pō, ka pō, ka awatea. This album is the second produced under Te Hā o Tahupōtiki and is aptly named Haea Te Ata.
  5. Henare Te Owai (Ngati Porou) composed this waiata at Hiruharama marae, near Ruatoria, after the death in of Pine Tamahori. Pine, an outstanding Maori Anglican minister, had been asked by Apirana Ngata to teach the haka 'Ruaumoko' for the welcoming of the Governor General Bledisloe at Waitangi in
  6. Jun 07,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Maori waiata/song - KA MEA TAWERA sung by Tuhoe YouTube Part 1 of 2 Tūhoe legends surrounding the creation of star constellations Waka Huia TVNZ 31 July - Duration.
  7. Te Reo English “Wairua to me means being in touch with the spiritual element” – Huataki Whareaitu Māori have always recognised the significance of wairua (spirituality) for wellbeing. In fact, many of us consider it to be the most important requirement for health. Wairua means being in touch with the spiritual side of life. It .
  8. Dec 6, - Explore bluesky's board "Videos: Maori Waiata", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Maori, Maori songs, Songs pins.

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