The Legend Of Hinemoa And Tutanekai. Companies, etc. Record Company – . Narrator – Kenneth Melvin.
Hinemoa decided to swim . kilometres across the lake to the island, guided by the sound of Tūtānekai's flute-playing. List of volcanoes in New Zealand.
Now Hinemoa did love Tutanekai, but she too hid her love, thinking, ‘If I send a message to Tutanekai, perhaps he will not care for me’. At last, after many meetings at which their eyes only had spoken, Tutanekai sent a messenger to Hinemoa, and when she had heard him, Hinemoa cried joyfully, ‘Have we each then loved alike?’ Then Tutanekai asked Hinemoa to leave her home and come to him, and to this she agreed. At night’, he said, ‘when you hear the sound of a flute across the water, it is I; come in your canoe’.
Hinemoa arrived at the island but without clothes was unable to enter the village, so she immersed herself in a hot pool. Presently Tutanekai’s slave came to collect water and Hinemoa lured him over, smashed his gourd and sent him back to his master. An enraged Tutanekai came to investigate, only to fall into into Hinemoa’s embrace. The love story of Hinemoa and Tutanekaichevron right. Get your dream travel planned & booked by local travel experts. At Rough Guides, we understand that experienced travellers want to get truly. That’s why we’ve partnered with local experts to help you plan and book tailor-made trips that are packed with personality and stimulating adventure - at all levels of comfort. If you love planning, but find arranging the logistics exhausting, you’re in the right place. Learn Morechevron right.
The legend of Tutanekai and Hinemoa separated by the dangerous lake waters; Tutanekai calling on putorino, and then Hinemoa swimming till they meet. This plaintive, mysterious, other-worldly lovers' calling is conveyed by multiphonics (two or more tones at the same time) on alto and tenor saxophones. Underpinning the saxophones is the amazing, haunting, moody soundscape of contemporary masters from the Secret Island Sextet. mysterious multiphonic contemporary improvisation.
Hinemoa and Tutanekai. Robertson, Ernest John. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Mokoia Island is located in Lake Rotorua in New Zealand. It has an area of . 5 square kilometres. The island is sacred to Māori of the Te Arawa iwi, and is the location of one of the most famous legends of New Zealand, that of Hinemoa and Tutanekai, which has parallels with the classical Greek tale of Hero and Leander, but with a happier ending.
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