Folkways Records FE 4433

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Label Ethnic Folkways Library (Folkways Records)
Cat. no. FE 4433
Order number FE 4433 A/B
Matrix/StamperID 4433 A 3T / P 4433 B 3T
1st release date 1952 (re-issued 1959 in New York City) (printed on record)
1st recording date 1952?
Coupling date 1952?
Cutout date unknown
Place of recording New Zealand Broadcasting Service in cooperation with the Maori Affairs Department (printed on record)
Description FE 4433 A, FE 4433 B
Author(s)/Composer(s) unknown
Lyricist(s) unknown
Music arranger(s) none
Conductor(s) none
Performer(s) Māori people
Vocal range various
Title/Work Maori Songs of New Zealand (album)
Content Side I
Band 1: Oriori: Pope e Tangi Ana Tama Ki Te Kai Mana
Band 2: Waiata: Ka Riro Ra la Te Momo o Te Tangata
Band 3: Tangi: Lament by Te Paraona
Band 4: Waiata Aroha by Puhiwahine
Band 5: Haka of Te Rauparaha
Band 6: Haka of Wairangi

Side II
Band 1: Maemae (Death Chant)
Band 2: Karakia to Tanemahuta
Band 3: Karakia to Tangaroa
Band 4: He Whakaaraara (Ancient Sentinal Alarm)
Band 5: Te To O Tainui (Canoe Hauling Song)
Band 6: Toia Mai Te Waka (Canoe Hauling Song)
Band 7: Apakura (Dirge)
Genre(s) Māori music
FLAC Side I: Band 1 · Band 2 · Band 3 · Band 4 · Band 5 · Band 6
Side II: Band 1 · Band 2 · Band 3 · Band 4 · Band 5 · Band 6 · Band 7
Ogg (Vorbis/Theora) none
PD CH 1 January 2003
PD EU 1 January 2023
PD USA 1 January 2019
PD INT 1 January 2023



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