Maori Music

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Auckland University Press, 1996 - Всего страниц: 418
Maori music records and analyses ancient Maori musical tradition and knowledge, and explores the impact of European music on this tradition. Mervyn McLean draws on diverse written and oral sources gathered over more than 30 years of scholarship and field work that yielded some 1300 recorded songs, hundreds of pages of interviews with singers, and numerous eye-witness accounts. The work is illustrated throughout with photos and music examples.

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Introduction
1
Song and dance in historical and social context
10
Visual art
16
Utu and muru
22
Recited song and dance styles
34
Whakaaraara paa
40
Haka nomenclature
64
Unnamed dances
80
Individual learning
223
Manner oj singing
232
Mode
239
Interval preference by song type
245
Recited items
251
SongItext relationships
258
Summary of styles
264
Types oj influence and change
269

Work songs
95
Sung song and dance styles
110
Poi
123
Oriori
143
String games
158
Musical instruments
166
Aerophones
174
Flutes
184
Performance
201
Riding in
207
Individual composition
213
Ownership
217
Song loss
276
Printings of hymns and psalms
283
St Johns and Taupiri
292
Early difficulties
300
Later hymnody
307
Alfred Hill
313
Development of action song
322
Cultural renaissance and neowaiata style
346
Illustration credits
359
References
389
Index
410
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Mervyn McLean is former Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Head of the Archive of Maori and Pacific Music at the University of Auckland.

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