A work in ten parts for voice and taonga puoro.
Whirimako Black and Richard Nunns had discussed the idea of collaborating on a recording focused solely on taongo puoro and vocals for some time, an album that would in many respects be a companion-piece to Richard and Hirini Melbourne's landmark achievement, Te Ku Te Whe (1994).
The idea came to fruition in December
2009 when poet Glenn Colquhoun invited Whirimako, Richard and Rattle's Steve Garden to record at his Waikawa Beach home. This beautifully evocative and emotional album is the result...
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|1.||E Hine||5:38||MP3||NZ $1.99||Play||Buy|
|3.||Taku Rakau||3:57||MP3||NZ $1.99||Play||Buy|
|4.||Te More||5:53||MP3||NZ $1.99||Play||Buy|
|7.||Te Toa||1:51||MP3||NZ $1.99||Play||Buy|
|9.||E Kui Kumera||3:26||MP3||NZ $1.99||Play||Buy|
|10.||Kaore Te Po Nei Morikarika||9:50||MP3||NZ $1.99||Play||Buy|