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Ana Hato & Deane Waretini - Te Taniwha / Matangi album flac Performer: Ana Hato
Title: Te Taniwha / Matangi
Style: Pacific
Released: 1929
MP3 album: 1779 mb
FLAC album: 1681 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: MIDI MMF XM RA APE WMA AA
Genre: Folk and Country

Deane Waretini (born c. 1946) is a musician from New Zealand. He is also the son of a historically significant Maori baritone singer and recording artist. In later years, Waretini was featured in a New Zealand television production that was built around him.

a) Te Taniwha (b) Matangi. May I Not Love? Hine E Hine! Akoako O Te Rangi. Ana Hato And Deane Waretini. Ana Hato And Deane Waretini - The Great Songs Of Ana Hato And Deane Waretini ‎(LP, Comp). World Record Club, Parlophone.

Te Arawa"-ANA HATO & DEANE WARETINI. The Great Songs of Ana Hato and Deane Waretini (1926/1963). Ana Hato Rāua Ko Deane Waretini: Legendary Recordings, 1927-1949 track list. No tracks have been rated on this album yet.

LyricsTe Taniwha/Matangi. Ana Hato, Deane Waretini. Download now. English.

Hato and Waretini were taught music by the Whakarewarewa School headmaster’s wife, Mrs Banks, whose influence on their singing was long lasting. The pair sang at home, at community gatherings, and in the church choir, their harmonies and vocal interchange drawing on the music they grew up with. Hato’s pitch was precise, and though she could play the ukulele, she did not read music – Waretini calling her outstandin. he remained so for the rest of her life. In 1927, at age 20, Ana Hato and Deane Waretini entered the local history books when their performance for the Duke and Duchess of York (later King George VI and Queen consort) in Rotorua was recorded on small portable acoustic equipment by technicians from Parlophone Records’ Australian branch. This was the first locally recorded commercial music to be released on shellac 78rpm disc.

The Great Songs of Ana Hato and Deane Waretini. LP. 100. critic score.

Video deane waretini - ClipVL. Ana Hato & Deane Waretini - Te Taniwha & Matangi (Parlophone A 2803)-(A 405-1) (1929). The Bridge - Deane Waretini - Robert Wong At DJ Johnny G's Takapuna RSA Karaoke Night Robert Wong.

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Cousins Ana Hato (Ngāti Whakaue and Tūhourangi) and Deane Waretini (Tūhourangi) popularised Māori music. They were probably the first Māori singers to be commercially recorded singing Māori songs. Waiata poi', 'Pōkarekare ana' and 'Pō atarau' all became popular after Hato and Waretini recorded them. Their version of Paraire Tomoana's iconic love song 'Pōkarekare ana', heard here, dates from around 1929. Alexander Turnbull Library Reference: 5.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Te Taniwha
A2 Matangi
B1 Hoea Ra (Canoe Song)
B2 Tahi Nei Taru Kino
Arranged By [Arr.] – Hemi Piripata

Notes

Pressed in Australia for the Australian & New Zealand markets.

First 1929 pressing with large picture label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): A405-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): A405-1