A bibliography of writing by Māori in English
Ten Māori Songs. Arranged by Hemi Piripata. Auckland, N.Z.: Arthur Eady, . Copyright assigned 1939 to Charles Begg & Co, Ltd.
This is a collection of ten waiata in Māori and English for voice and piano. Piripata provides musical arrangements for the following songs: "Haere Ra e Hine (Hinemoa Poi-Song)", "Haere Atu Ra (Adieu), "Haere e Hine (Adieu, Oh Maid)", "E Hine, E Hoki Mai (Oh Maiden, Return Hither)", "Toia Mai Te Waka (Haul Hither the Canoe) (A Welcoming Song)", "E Te Arawa Tirohia Ra (Oh Arawa! Arm Yourselves)", "Moe Mai e Hine (Sleep Gently, O Maid!)", "Matangi (Love Ditty)", "Mahara Ki a Au (Remember Me)", and "Titi-Torea (Poi-Song) and Huri-Huri". Morihi Keiha writes an introduction to this collection of songs and gives a general guide to the pronunciation of the Māori language in the songs. As in Songs of the Māori People (Waiata O Te Iwi Māori), Keiha may well have provided the English translations for these songs.
Songs of the Māori People (Waiata O Te Iwi Māori). Music Arranged by Hemi Piripata. English Verse by Morihi Keiha. Wellington, N.Z.: Arthur Eady. Copyright assigned 1939 to Charles Begg & Co.
A collection of twelve songs in Māori with English text by Morihi Keiha and musical arrangements by Hemi Piripata. The songs are "Haere Mai", "Te Wairua Ote [sic] Tau", "Me Hoe Tatou", "Ka Titiro atu Au", "E Noho Mei I Te Atarau", "Ruriruri", "Kei Reira Ko Te Ipo" "Naku Te Whare", "Waiata Whai A Ipo", "Karo", "Haere Ra (Kaihau)" and "A Te Wai Pouri".
Taylor, C. R. H. A Bibliography of Publications on the New Zealand Māori and the Moriori of the Chatham Islands. Oxford: Clarendon, Oxford UP, 1972. 84.
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