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Catalogue of Radio New Zealand recordings of Maori events, 1938-1950
Radio New Zealand.
by Archive of Maori and Pacific Music, Anthropology Dept., University of Auckland in Auckland
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Mervyn McLean.|
|Contributions||McLean, Mervyn., University of Auckland. Dept. of Anthropology. Archive of Maori and Pacific Music.|
|LC Classifications||DU423.A1 R34 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||169 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||93189742|
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InNew Zealand's founding constitutional document, the Treaty of Waitangi, was signed by both Māori Chiefs and representatives of the British crown. After the treaty was signed, the British population quickly grew larger than the Māori population.
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By the mids most New Zealand homes owned a record player, and the British-owned New Zealand branch of His Master’s Voice (HMV), established inwas the dominant distributor of recorded music. Early recording artists.
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Maori and Pacific discs. The first disc from Kiwi Records’s was Maori action songs – 1 () by the Putiki Maori Club. Popular artists of the s included the Amorangi Boys of.
One of the biggest contributors to Māori music and New Zealand’s foremost authority on taonga pūoro is Richard Nunns. He began his musical journey playing jazz, but very soon discovered the rich tradition of native New Zealand music.
He has spent his life re-awakening those sounds and bringing them to the people of Aotearoa.Nga pao me nga pakiwaitara.
From to the New Zealand Broadcasting Service (NZBS) broadcast a series of Māori programmes under the title Nga pao me nga pakiwaitara a te Maori: song and story of the featured recordings of Māori events made by the NZBS in the s and were narrated in English by Ulric Williams, Clive Drummond and Airini Grenell.What I’ve listed above really only scratches the surface of the holdings.
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