Maori entertainment, Town Hall, Wellington, Tuesday, 26th July 1910. Programme Part I [and] Part II 
Reference Number: Eph-A-MAORI-CONCERT-1910-01-inside
The Rotorua Maori Mission Choir was assisted by Otaki Poi Party, Ngati Huia Haka Party and East Coast Waiata and Haka Party. Solo performers included Maggie Papakura and Mrs Pitt. Items included the Maori games Matemate and Tititourea, the Rotorua Male Quartette, a Koauau (nose flute) solo, Poi dances, songs of lament and a war dance or Peruperu by Ngati Huia.There was also the chance of a programme on 27 and 28 July.In the middle of the double-page spread is an engraving of a stream and trees; it is rather English art nouveau in style.
Maori entertainment, Town Hall, Wellington, Tuesday, 26th July 1910. Programme. The Maori at home! At play! At war! Under Pakeha regime! by Rotorua Maori Mission Choir and Entertainers. ... Under direction of Rev F A Bennett and A T Ngata. Lankshear, pri, Reference Number Eph-A-MAORI-CONCERT-1910-01 (2 digitised items)
[Programmes and other ephemera relating to Maori concerts, festivals and entertainment. 1900-1929]., Reference Number Eph-A-MAORI-CONCERT-1900/1929 (3 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s)Lithograph, on sheet 223 x 144 mm.. Horizontal imageEphemera
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