Maori Flutes

Maori Flutes

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Tangaroa God, New Zealand  Pouwhenua Maori carved pole of Tangaroa God of the Sea.      Jenny & Tony Enderby Lonely Planet Photographer

Tangaroa God, New Zealand Pouwhenua Maori carved pole of Tangaroa God of the Sea. Jenny & Tony Enderby Lonely Planet Photographer

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.

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.

This is a nguru, a nose flute or whistle, made from whale ivory around 1800

This is a nguru, a nose flute or whistle, made from whale ivory around 1800

ONE OF KIND NZ POUNAMU RARE GREENSTONE JADE 5  MAORI TAIAHA SPEARHEAD PENDANT

ONE OF KIND NZ POUNAMU RARE GREENSTONE JADE 5 MAORI TAIAHA SPEARHEAD PENDANT

MAORI NOSE FLUTE. Canterbury museum, NZ The nose flute is a popular musical instrument played in Polynesia and the Pacific Rim countries. Other versions are found in Africa, China, and India.In the North Pacific, in the Hawaiian islands the nose flute was a common courting instrument. In Hawaiian, it is variously called hano, "nose flute",[1] by the more specific term ʻohe hano ihu, "bamboo flute [for] nose," or ʻohe hanu ihu, "bamboo [for] nose breath".[2] It is made from a single bamboo…

MAORI NOSE FLUTE. Canterbury museum, NZ The nose flute is a popular musical instrument played in Polynesia and the Pacific Rim countries. Other versions are found in Africa, China, and India.In the North Pacific, in the Hawaiian islands the nose flute was a common courting instrument. In Hawaiian, it is variously called hano, "nose flute",[1] by the more specific term ʻohe hano ihu, "bamboo flute [for] nose," or ʻohe hanu ihu, "bamboo [for] nose breath".[2] It is made from a single bamboo…

Maori flute, Putorino, New Zealand, Late 18th - early 19th century. 33.5cm, wood, fibre straps. Wayne Heathcote Gallery

Maori flute, Putorino, New Zealand, Late 18th - early 19th century. 33.5cm, wood, fibre straps. Wayne Heathcote Gallery

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