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Utaina!/Te Urunga Tu! - The New Zealand Maori Company - The Spirit Of Maoritanga (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The All Blacks use 'Ka Mate' as their haka, which was composed in the s by the Maori chief Te Rauparaha. The words to this particular haka dance have become famous around the world since it became a part of the pregame ritual of the All Blacks. The Black Ferns, New Zealand's women's rugby team, are also famous for performing rousing haka.
  2. The koru depicts new beginnings, growth and harmony, taken from the symbolism of an unfurled fern leaf. New Zealand has some of the most beautiful ferns in the world. Hei matau (fish hook): The Maori symbols or meaning or hei matau, more commonly known as the fish hook symbolises prosperity. Maori use fish in many of their traditional food dishes.
  3. The New Zealand Maori Company: Origin: New Zealand: Label: Kiwi () Format: LP: Availability: In Stock: Condition: Genre: U: Add To Cart - NZ$ The Spirit Of Maoritanga. Very smart clean vinyl with a nice high gloss cover. Tracklist. A1: Utaina!/Te Urunga Tu! A2: Mawai E Hari/Karangatia Ra: A3: E Oho E Te Whanau: A4: Kuru Tiwaka: A5.
  4. Kahungunu kia eke ️ This is a "waiata whakahirahira" - literally me aning an "uplifting song". The whole guts of the song talks about praising one of the famous migrating waka (canoe) that brought some of the first Māori from their ancestral lands of Hawaiki, over to Aotearoa (New Zealand).