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9 thoughts on “ Hoki Mai Medley - The Quin Tikis* - New Zealands Premier Māori Showband (File)

  1. Grojinn
    Apr 25,  · It's this version that has survived to this day- but it wouldn't have been possible had it not been for the 28th Māori Battalion. (Nga kupu) Tomo Mai e Tama Mā Tomo mai e tama mā ki roto, ki roto. I ngā ringa e tuwhera atu nei, Ki ngā mōrehu o te Kiwi e, Ki ngā Tama Toa o tēnei riri nui. Hoki mai, hoki mai ki te wā kāinga.
  2. JoJojora
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  3. Goltigal
    May 19,  · Published on May 19, OCC Dance Ensemble performed this New Zealand Maori piece called Hoki Mai Medley on May 17th, at the 5th annual World Dance & Music Concert. Marru Mikaelian as.
  4. Nikogore
    This performance of 'Hoki mai' by the Ngāti Pōneke Māori Club appeared on the programme Tihe mauriora in It was typical of the way that Māori were represented on New Zealand television in the s and s.
  5. Malakus
    Mar 13,  · I couldn't find this version on YouTube anywhere so posting it myself. BV HOKI MAI - (Maori Song) Hoki mai e tama mā ki roto I ngā ringa e tuwhera atu nei Kei te kapakapa mai .
  6. Donris
    1. for ages, from way back, long standing, it goes way back - an idiom to indicate a long length of time. Less commonly each mai is followed by a phrase.. Kua mōhio noa atu te Māori, mai, mai, mai rā anō, ko te hinengaro o te tamaiti kua tīmata kē te hikohiko, te ohooho i te .
  7. Mujin
    For the first time on CD, The Quin Tikis: New Zealand's Premier Maori Show Band. Several dozen musicians passed through the ranks of the Quin Tikis during their 10 year period during the 60s and early 70s. Hoki Mai Medley 3. What Now My Love 4. I've Got You Under My Skin 5. The Two Of Us 6. Let It Be Me 7. Maria 8. Canadian Sunset 9. Thank.
  8. Samuran
    1. (particle) this way - indicates direction towards the speaker, or to the person (or thing) who is central to the utterance. Follows ordinary verbs, statives and location words. Like the other three directional particles, atu, iho and ake, it always follows manner particles (i.e. kau, kē, noa, rawa and tonu) if they are present in the phrase. Kua hoki mai ngā kuaka.
  9. Gomi
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Quin Tikis* - New Zealand's Premier Māori Showband at Discogs. Complete your The Quin Tikis* collection.3/5(1).