, "Pokarekare Ana" on YouTube, sung by Hayley Westenra "Pokarekare Ana" by Karly Te Maro, MP3 used by Air New Zealand at the Wayback Machine (archived 21 July 2005). 410 I te aroha e. Tuhituhi taku reta. by , , The sheet music is classified in Difficulty level B (easy). src="https://www.nzonscreen.com/embed/0baf477130e48bb3" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen > This 2002 documentary explores the stories behind one of Aotearoa’s most beloved songs: ‘Pokarekare Ana’. The Westminster Chorus from California, US is a former 'Choir … The credits for this television programme. Print and download Pokarekare Ana sheet music by Hayley Westenra. Directed by Chas Toogood, the doco features classic performances: from St Joseph’s Girls’ Choir singing in the Waitomo Caves in 1960, to Inia Te Wiata going low in English, Kiri Te Kanawa soaring in concert, Hinewehi Mohi enlisting a 30,000 strong league crowd as backing singers, and sailing away in a 1987 America’s Cup campaign song. marino ana e. E hine e. hoki mai ra. In the wake of the attacks on Friday, Californian choir The Westminster Chorus shared an informal performance recorded in July. Part three of five from this full length television programme. We and our partners will store and/or access information on your device through the use of cookies and similar technologies, to display personalised ads and content, for ad and content measurement, audience insights and product development. Claims for the authorship of the waiata aroha are examined, and Kiwis famous and lesser known reflect on the song’s place in the culture. 585 Pokarekare Ana - A Māori Love Song- Clip: Pokarekare Ana - A Māori Love Song (clip 1) Armstrong, Alan Haere Mai (1985) Viking Sevenseas Ltd ISBN 0-85467-087-4 "Pokarekare Ana – A Māori Love Song", documentary, NZ On Screen on YouTube, sung a cappella by Marie Te Hapuku, with vintage photos of Māori women; on YouTube, Teddy Tahu Rhodes on YouTube, sung by Hayley Westenra "Pokarekare Ana" by Karly Te Maro, MP3 used by Air New Zealand at the Wayback … Pokare 'ana, Pokare 'ana 'pu Nga wai o, Nga wai o Waiapu Du har gitt meg varme sanger, jeg vil synge dem for deg. It enjoys widespread popularity in New Zealand as well as some popularity in other countries. Sign in to disable ALL ads. Ka mate ahau 2. e maroke i te rā, Mākūkū tonu i. aku roimata e. High quality Piano sheet music for "Pōkarekare Ana" by [traditional]. One of the world's top choirs has reshared an emotional performance of Pokarekare Ana.. Part one of five from this full length television programme. The song is written in Māori and has been translated into English. Part five of five from this full length television programme. mau tonu ana e. E kore te aroha. Pokarekare Ana - A Māori Love Song- Clip: Pokarekare Ana - A Māori Love Song (clip 1) This page was last edited on 17 December 2020, at 07:03 Basis of this page is in Wikipedia. NZ love song. We're sorry, but your browser is unable to play this video content. style="width: 585px" ngā wai o Waiapu, 1. Armstrong, Alan Haere Mai (1985) Viking Sevenseas Ltd ISBN 0-85467-087-4 • “Pokarekare Ana” was sung at the opening of the 2009 World Games in Kaohsiung by Hayley Westenra and Russell Watson. 410 An east coast Maori composer, Paraire Tomoana claims to have written the song, and was the one to polish it up and publish the words in 1917. More Music for entertainment for Brass Band can be found using the flexible search function. -->, We'll send you a weekly email with our picks of new and featured content, , by It was distributed in the United States by Universal Classics in 2004. Size: Whiti atu koe hine. Traditional version on YouTube, sung a cappella by Marie Te Hapuku, with vintage photos of Māori women "Pokarekare Ana" on YouTube, Teddy Tahu Rhodes "Pokarekare Ana" on YouTube, sung by Hayley Westenra "Pokarekare Ana" by Karly Te Maro, MP3 used by Air New Zealand at the Wayback Machine (archived 21 July 2005). height="410"