Delving deep back into the archives, Paraone and Snowy listen to some excerpts from the 1988 Aotearoa Traditional Māori Performing Arts Festival (now called Matatini) which was held in Whāngarei. We also have a special impromptu phone call with a prolific Māori composer to offer their insights to this event, who could it be?! Whakarongo mai to find out, e te iwi.
Listening through the archives again, we feature and discuss 3 items from the 1986 Polynesian Festival (now called Matatini) held at the Q.E. II Park, Ōtautahi (Christchurch).
He aha te whakapapa? He aha rānei te whakapapa ki a koe? He aha tōna iho hei tō te mātauranga Māori? Ka wānangahia ēnei tūwhai pātai i tēnei puni o Tikanga 101. What is whakapapa? What is whakapapa to you and how can we find it? What is it's essence in accordance to Māori philosophy? These are the types of questions considered on this installment of Tikanga 101.
I te tau 1983 tū ai te Whetiwara Poronihia i Tomoana Showgrounds i Heretaunga kei raro i te manaakitanga o Ngāti Kahungunu. Ka āta matapakihia ētahi waiata haka anō hoki a ētahi kapa i tū ai i tēnei whakataetae. In 1983 the Polynesian Festival was held at Tomoana Showgrounds, Hastings under the care of Ngāti Kahungunu. A selection of items by some of the groups that competed in this competion are discussed .
Whatahoro Fox joins us to speak about his Iwi from South Waiarapa.
Mahimahi, ekeeke, onioni. Hei tēnei puni o tā tātou punua pāoho ka matapakihia te kaupapa o te mahi ai hei tā te tirohanga Māori. In this episode we look the act of copulating from a Māori perspective. Kia areare mai ō koutou taringa, kia huakina mai te whare o Hinengaro.
We give examples of some errors that can happen when writing or reciting karakia, and incorrect tikanga practices around the building & opening of Whare. We then discuss the effects that these mistakes can have on the intentions of important kaupapa.
Diving back into the precious ‘Ngā Taonga’ archives, this time we are at the NZ Polynesian Festival in Lower Hutt in February, 1979.
Listen along as we kōrero in depth about a few of the items that were performed at the event.
A muri ake i tētahi paku whakatā, ka hoki mai anō te wāhanga o Ngā Taonga. Ka hoki ki mua ki 1972 ki te Whetiwara Poronīhia tuatahi ki te whakarongo ki te āhua o te kapahaka o te wā me te kite i ngā kākano i whakatōngia i aua tau kua hua mai ai i ēnei tau. After a short hiatus, Ngā Taonga returns to our regularly scheduled programming. We go back in time to 1972 to the first Polynesian Festival to listen to the style of kapahaka of the time and to witness the seeds planted then that have since borne fruit in today.
Hari huri tau ki a Taringa! Special guests Che Wilson and Rangi Matamua join us in the film studio for our 4th birthday. We answer some audience pātai, and speak in depth about the Tikanga of Matariki and Puanga.
Back into the archives we go - listening to some examples of Pōkeka and Kaioraora - chants and songs of derision, hatred, cursing and conflict.
We are privileged to be joined by Hemi Tai Tin, a Kaiako Rangatira from Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa (The International School of Māori Weaponry), who speaks in depth with us about this ancient art form.
Back for 2021, our hosts answer a few questions around learning te reo Māori.
He Rangatira o te mahi Raranga, Karl Leonard, joins us to talk about his elaborate craft of weaving.
This week's waiata was sourced from the user medadane on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9P1SLpZXT8&ab_channel=medadane
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