Kōrero: Waiata hōu

'Te kāinga tupu'

'Te kāinga tupu'

Ko ‘Te kāinga tupu’ te whakamāoritanga a Āpirana Ngata mō te waiata Amerikana a ‘Home sweet home’. Ko ētahi atu waiata nā Ngata i whakamāori ko ‘Tipirere’  (It’s a long way to Tipperary’) i te tau 1914, me ‘He putiputi koe’ (Flower from an old bouquet’) i te tau 1923. He mea whakaputa tēnei waiata ki te pukaiti hei manatunga ki te Uepū Māori i te tau 1908.

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Reference: Hone Heke and A. T. Ngata, Souvenir of Māori Congress, July 1908: scenes from the past with Māori versions of popular English songs. Wellington: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1908, p. 16

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Piri Sciascia and Paul Meredith, 'Waiata hōu - Te takenga mai o te waiata hōu', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/document/44793/te-kainga-tupu (accessed 20 July 2019)

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