10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TAONGA»
Discover the use of taonga
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to taonga
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Comprehensively covers the world of Māori musical instruments, including a background to the tunes played on the instruments, and the families of natural sounds with which they are associated.
Brian Flintoff, Hirini Melbourne, Richard Nunns, 2004
Maori: Treasures of the New Zealand Maori People
In illustrated essays, M ori write about the meaning of the taonga and about M ori myths, culture, and society. More than 100 photographs take you back in time, each telling a fascinating story.
Material Culture: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences
Now I give this thing to a third person who after a time decides to give me
something in repayment for it (utu), and he makes me a present of something (
taonga). Now this taonga I received from him is the spirit (hau) of the taonga I
Takaro: Maori Sports and Games
In Nga Taonga Takaro, Harko Brown writes about the revival of more than 20 ancient games and sports of the Maori - including poi, stick games, kites, ball games, memory games, and board games.
Anō: More Ngāti Porou Stories from the East Cape
Supported by the dynamic illustrations of Manawa o te Rangi Waipara, the stories take the reader on a journey through the loves and lives and loves of the ancestors in the landsáof Ngati Porou. áOf particular interest are McConnell's ...
Inalienable Possessions: The Paradox of Keeping-While-Giving
All sorts of political strategies are enacted to gain well-known taonga treasures;
keeping heightens the political stakes while it also increases the taonga's value.
To give away much that one owns at an important commemorative occasion is a
Tuku Iho: Illustrated Encyclopedia of Traditional ...
This new edition with its Maori title (which translates to 'treasures from the past that have been handed down to us') has been fully revised and updated by Buddy Mikaere so that it is now a comprehensive yet easy-to-follow guide to pre ...
Alexander Wyclif Reed, 2002
Landmarks, Bridges and Visions: Aspects of Maori Culture : ...
(highly valued object of culture) whakairo (to which the transforming process of
art has been applied) — that is, a taonga whakairo. The use of the qualifying term
enables us to try to differentiate between the taonga which is art and the taonga ...
How Language, Ritual and Sacraments Work: According to John ...
Suppose you have some particular object, taonga, and you give it to me; you give
it to me without a price. We do not bargain over it. Now I give this thing to a third
person who after a time decides to give me something in repayment for it (utu), ...
Let us suppose that you possess a certain article (taonga) and that you give me
this article. You give it me without setting a price on it.26 We strike no bargain
about it. Now, I give this article to a third person who, after a certain lapse of time,
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TAONGA»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term taonga
is used in the context of the following news items.
Taonga with links to region found in US
TAONGA: A whalebone wahaika created by Te Atiawa carver Jacob Heberley that once belonged to Tamahau Mahupuku and was discovered at the UCLA ... «Wairarapa Times-Age, Jul 15»
Taonga of Maori cinema
Every year for the past 10 years, Leo Koziol and his family, who have Polish and Kahungunu roots, have put together the Maori Film Festival. Leo had been ... «Hawke's Bay Today, Jul 15»
Experts offer tips on TLC for taonga
The taonga were brought out of their homes last weekend so Te Papa and the Turnbull Library experts could train people in how to package and preserve them. «Wairarapa Times-Age, Jun 15»
Ngati Kahungunu heroes confirmed as taonga
Matariki Living Taonga awards were instigated to recognise role models within the Ngati Kahungunu community who don't necessarily have a high public profile ... «Hawke's Bay Today, Jun 15»
Taonga puoro - the voices of our land
Kaleidoscope Colours is the world premiere of Ko te tatai whetu, the first ever concerto for solo Taonga puoro (traditional Maori instruments) and orchestra. «The Press, Jun 15»
Big changes for Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
Formally known as The New Zealand Film Archive, Nga Taonga has been rebranded after the Radio New Zealand sound archive became part of the collection ... «The Dominion Post, May 15»
The Diary - part one: Prince Harry gets his taonga
Now Prince Harry will receive his own pounamu taonga, a private gift from the Governor-General, and "it will be very special for him". Prime Minister John Key ... «New Zealand Herald, May 15»
Hinemihi survives fire, but taonga destroyed
Other taonga included stuffed birds including a Huia and Kiwi, plus official regalia used by the Governor on official duties in New Zealand. Also lost were Lord ... «Radio New Zealand, Apr 15»
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision Chief Executive Appointed
The Chair of the Board of Trustees of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, Jane Kominik, has today announced the appointment of Rebecca Elvy as Chief Executive of ... «Scoop.co.nz, Apr 15»
Stolen taonga returned to Te Papa
The fourteen Maori taonga stolen from a house near Hastings last week have been returned safely to Te Papa National Museum in Wellington. The artefacts ... «Radio New Zealand, Apr 15»