Kahurangi Maori
KA NGARU
By: Kahurangi Maori
Catalog ID: 67488   Duration: 1:49   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 102   Vocal: Mixed Vocals
Genre: Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Music | New Zealand Music
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Ka ngaru (contemp.) Of the eight canoes that migrated to New Zealand, the Takitimu populated the largest land mass. Tact moko (the art of skin carving tattoo) was a way of recognizing tribal affiliations and achievements as was waiata (song and chant).   Keywords: Maori South Pacific Takitimu



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