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Hoea Ra Te Wana

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  1. Hoea ra te waka nei (Canoe song) and, Haere mai Te Arawa (Welcome song to the Māoris of the Arawa Tribe when they returned from the Great War): part-song ; Titori atu au = When I look at you (love ditty) / Ana Hato with chorus.
  2. E Pare Ra (The Warrior's Departure) / Haere Tonu (Maori War Song) Rotorua Maori Choir, Haere Haere Ra E Hine / Hoea Ra Te Wana Rotorua Maori Choir. 0. Haere Haere Ra E Hine / Hoea Ra Te Wana Rotorua Maori Choir. 0. Pipiri Te Whetu / Mapu Kau The Tahiwis. 0. 1 – 23 of Show.
  3. This is a political term created during post-Waitangi attempts (Hoia Ra Nga Waka Nei) by Maori groups to continue to control their own affairs or regain jurisdiction that .
  4. Nga waka e whitu E tau nei Hoea hoea ra Tainui Te Arawa Mataatua Hoea hoea ra Takitimu Tokomaru Kurahaupo e Me Aotea e Nga waka e whitu I hoea nei O tatou tipuna. The seven canoes Before us Row, row, row Tainui, Te Arawa Mataatua Row, row, row Takitimu, Tokomaru Kurahaupo And Aotea too These are the seven canoes.
  5. Hoea te waka. Hoea te waka. Hoea te waka. Me whakatere tonu te heenga o ngaa tai puhoro. Hoea te waka kia tae noa ki uta (I te aahuru moowai) Ngaa toa o te Aaio. E whaiwhai ana mo te ao katoa. Ko au, ko koe, ko koe ko au, Ko au ko koe. Ko tenei te hononga o te kaiako pono (ki te akonga) Ko te rangimarie te tino taonga. Ma te rangimarie e whiwhi.
  6. Apr 20,  · Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Hoea Te Waka · Tessarose He Waiata Tamariki ℗ Tessarose Productions Released on: Author: RR Composer: RR Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. Also look at this canoe poi composed by Pariare Tomona in , Hoea ra te waka nei. It called for total support for the WW1 Maori soldiers away in France, who were fighting and dying in the swamps of Passchendale and the Ypres Salient. Hera Dovey Katene-Horvath, Q.S.M. (Ngati Toa) -
  8. One of the songs they performed was written by Paraire, the later well-known Hoea ra te waka nei which was also known as Come where duty calls. The group raised £ for the Maori Soldiers' Fund.

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