Po Atarau (Song Of Farewell) - Rotorua Maori Choir - Po Atarau (Song Of Farewell) / He Moke Moke (My Love Is Far Away) (Shellac)

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  1. Po Atarau / He Moke Moke Rotorua Maori Choir. 0. / Haere Tonu (Maori War Song) Rotorua Maori Choir, Rotohiko Haupapa. 0. E Pare Ra (The Warrior's Departure) / Haere Tonu (Maori War Song) Rotorua Maori Choir, Rotohiko Haupapa. 0. Po Atarau (Song Of Farewell) / He Moke Moke (My Love Is Far Away).
  2. And it has grown to become my most visited page by far, more than times each week. To find out about different versions of old Maori songs, I use Google to search old Maori documents, and I also use the NZ National Library's online music catalogue.
  3. Listen to Po Atarau (Farewell Song) from Turakina Maori Girls Choir's Kia Ora for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  4. A Maori Love Song McKinlay 6 Marui Girl A Polynesian Song McKinlay farewell song Ngata/Armstn Hoea ra le waka nei Ngata/Armstn Taia mai, toia mai Po Atarau Freedman 68 Poi Waka.
  5. Now Is The Hour Maori Farewell Song song lyrics WWII songs from alivkofniwarazancoudafupache.coinfo NOW IS THE HOUR (MAORI FAREWELL SONG) (Based on the songs "Po Atarau" - "Haere Ra" - "Swiss Cradle Song") (Maewa Kaihan / Dorothy Stewart / Clement Scott) Ana Hato - Ernest McKinlay - George Nepia - Gracie Fields -
  6. Rotorua Maori Choir ‎– Maori Music Label: World Record Club ‎– Series: He Moke Moke: B4: E Para Ra: B5: Pokarekare: B6: Po Atarau: Credits Liner Notes – Warwick Mickell; Notes Selected from recordings made in
  7. I was part of the Polynesian delegation and I know the Maori language, my first language, and various Polynesian dialects, which include the Maori of NZ. The history of the song: A young man from a tribe of northern New Zealand arrived one day in Rotorua. He met a girl and they became lovers. But one day he returned to his family, called back.
  8. Jan 05,  · In , even the Rotorua Maori Choir’s hymns were strange to western ears, as a review in the April issue of Music & Letters states: “The singing is harsh, though that may be a national characteristic.” So, I give you the Rotorua Maori Choir with E Hara Te Waea, or “Love Never Dies” – as good a sentiment as any to kick off
  9. Po Atarau - Farewell Song, a song by New Zealand Maori Theatre Trust on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics alivkofniwarazancoudafupache.coinfo Duration: 2 min.

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