PSU Ann Clements Maori for InArt 2012

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This is a sample of the Maori based presentations I have used with undergraduate students.

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  • 800s - Maori Discover Aotearoa in long waka housing up to 200 people, they travel by the expert knowledge of the navigators who used the stars and water currents to cross the vasyt pacific. They took the land form the Maoriories and lived with out disruption from the white man until … 1642 - Dutch explorer Able Tasman 1769-77 - English explorer James Cook Survey 1815 - British missionaries 1840 - Treaty of Waitangi Acceptance of British Soventry, beginning of colonization Population: 4,115,771 European Origin 75%, Maori 15%, Other Polynesian 3%, Other 7% 47.2 million sheep That’s 11.5 sheep per person!! Official Languages: English and Maori In 1970 only 20% of Maori could speak fluently
  • PSU Ann Clements Maori for InArt 2012

    1. 1. Maori Mana:Music and Dance ofAotearoa Ann Clements, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Music Education The Pennsylvania State University
    2. 2. Karanga WaiataMaori word for a song. The largest number of songs comes under the heading of laments(waiata tangi) and love songs (waiata aroha).
    3. 3. Where is Aotearoa (New Zealand)?
    4. 4. Maori
    5. 5. Maori Music
    6. 6. The Legend of Maui and the Magic Fishhook
    7. 7. Pakeha and Maori Perspective New Zealand Aotearoa
    8. 8. Iwi Maps
    9. 9. Weaving and Carving
    10. 10. Tattoos
    11. 11. Dances of Life
    12. 12. Maori Music • Titi Toria • Waiata • Waiata a Ringa • Poi • Kapa Haka• Entrances and Exits
    13. 13. Titi ToriaVideo Example – Titi Toria, Maori School of Performing and Fine Arts, Rotorua, NZ Maori Stick Game These games consist of the rhythmic throwing and catching of sticks from person to person. In olden times this game served as a way of training young warriors to catch enemies spears in battle.
    14. 14. Waiata
    15. 15. Poi
    16. 16. Waiata a Ringa
    17. 17. Waiata a Ringa A, E, I, O, UA, E, I, O, U, A, E, I, O, UPiko Piko Piko Piko Piko Piko,Toro_, Piko_Toro Toro Toro Toro Toro Toro, Piko_, Toro_
    18. 18. Te Reo Maori The Maori Language  A, Ha Ka Ma______________________E, He Ke Me______________________I, Hi Ki Mi ________________________O, Ho Ko Mo ______________________A E I O UHu Ku Mu Nu Pu Ru Tu Wu Ngu Whu
    19. 19. Te Reo Maori The Maori LanguageHa Ka Ma Na Pa Ra Ta Wa Nga WhaHe Ke Me Ne Pe Re Te We Nge WheHi Ki Mi Ni Pi Ri Ti Wi Ngi WhiHo Ko Mo No Po Ro To Wo Ngo WhoA E I O U
    20. 20. Haka
    21. 21. Ka Mate, Ka MateKa mate! Ka mate! Ka ora! Ka ora!Ka mate! Ka mate! Ka ora! Ka ora!Tenei te tangata puhuru huruNana nei i tiki maiWhakawhiti te raA upa … ne! ka upa … ne!A upane kaupane whiti te ra!Hi!
    22. 22. Maori Today

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