In 1974 kaumātua Joe Malcolm (of Ngāti Tarāwhai) hosted a hui at his home marae at Te Araroa on the East Coast. It aimed to revive the arts of making and playing traditional Māori instruments. Some of those present, such as Hirini Melbourne, Brian Flintoff and Richard Nunns, became central figures in this revival. This 1985 programme on the hui was made for the television series Koha.
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