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Carved and wood burned bass

Electric Bass Guitar - Sunburst

Carved and wood burned bass

Maori Guitar

Maori Guitar

A Bullroarer. A musical instrument that produces a kind of humming sound when swung around in a circle. This type of instrument has been used all over the world. None made by the Maori are known to be made of bone.     To operate hold the toggle and twirl around you in a circle.

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A Bullroarer. A musical instrument that produces a kind of humming sound when swung around in a circle. This type of instrument has been used all over the world. None made by the Maori are known to be made of bone. To operate hold the toggle and twirl around you in a circle.

Maori Guitar 2

Maori Guitar 2

The most important Maori musical instrument, the Koauau. It is a type of rim-blown flute with three fingerholes, played more or less similarly to the Kaval of the Balkans, among others. The range is around a fifth, each note is very fluid and flexible.     This piece is made from ostrich bone. (The originals were often human bone, New Zealand not having had any large mammals.)

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The most important Maori musical instrument, the Koauau. It is a type of rim-blown flute with three fingerholes, played more or less similarly to the Kaval of the Balkans, among others. The range is around a fifth, each note is very fluid and flexible. This piece is made from ostrich bone. (The originals were often human bone, New Zealand not having had any large mammals.)

Bullroarer, Wolf Scare, Groaning Stick (These were swung around in the air to produce a soft mellow tone, summoning the Spirits, and used in ceremonies, and in some cases as childrens' toys. These are some of the earliest musical instruments.)

Bullroarer, Wolf Scare, Groaning Stick (These were swung around in the air to produce a soft mellow tone, summoning the Spirits, and used in ceremonies, and in some cases as childrens' toys. These are some of the earliest musical instruments.)

Porotiti or Kororohu ,When the porotiti is played (by twirling the cord until it spins) it creates a humming sound .The kaitiaki (guardian) of the porotiti is Tawhirimatea, God of the Winds.The porotiti creates quiet, soft sounds and can also be worn as pendants.

Porotiti

Porotiti or Kororohu ,When the porotiti is played (by twirling the cord until it spins) it creates a humming sound .The kaitiaki (guardian) of the porotiti is Tawhirimatea, God of the Winds.The porotiti creates quiet, soft sounds and can also be worn as pendants.

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Detail

Nguru — flute small flute played with mouth or nose

Nguru — flute small flute played with mouth or nose

Nguru — flute small flute played with mouth or nose

Precious jade NZ

Precious jade NZ

Pūkaea - Whakairo Rākau  | NZ Māori Arts and Crafts

Āhua Māori Art Gallery | Authentic Māori Art | Te Puia

Shop online for authentic Māori art from Āhua Gallery at Te Puia. Browse the range of collections including pounamu, wood carvings, whale bone, bronze, stone & more.

Pahu pounamu — jade gong  This Maori musical instrument was used in the whare purakau (house of learning).  The bone is the jaw of the upokohue (pilot Whale) and the striker is made from akeake, a native hardwood

Pahu pounamu — jade gong

Pahu pounamu — jade gong This Maori musical instrument was used in the whare purakau (house of learning). The bone is the jaw of the upokohue (pilot Whale) and the striker is made from akeake, a native hardwood

Compilation of M.O.K.O Guitars by PTH

Compilation of M.O.K.O Guitars by PTH