Story: Waiata hōu – contemporary Māori songs

Iwi, 'Mō ake'

This Māori-language waiata, 'Mō ake' (forever), appears on the album Iwi. The band of the same name was formed by family members from Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga. The entire album was in te reo Māori and was about language revitalisation.

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Piri Sciascia and Paul Meredith, 'Waiata hōu – contemporary Māori songs - The modern Māori waiata', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/interactive/44817/iwi-mo-ake (accessed 19 October 2018)

Story by Piri Sciascia and Paul Meredith, published 22 Oct 2014