Numerology information Taonga:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Additional information Taonga:

additionalMeans "we are thankful" in Tumbuka.


Songs about Taonga:

songsHau (for Cello and Taonga P?oro) by James Tennant, Richard Nunns Horomona Horo from the Album Lodge: Toru

songsHe Taonga Whakahi by Te Reotakiwa Dunn from the Album Te Reotakiwa Dunn

songsOku Taonga Katoa / Everything I Own by Hohepa & Moe Pau from the Album Tino Waiata Reggae

songsTaonga by Ian Rushton from the Album Land of Plenty

songsToru (for Clarinet, Cello and Taonga P?ro) by Peter Scholes, James Tennant Richard Nunns from the Album Lodge: Toru


Books about Taonga:

booksTaonga - Treasure Beneath by Jerry Carpenter (May 14, 2011)

booksTaonga Maori: Treasures of the New Zealand Maori People by Wiremu Cooper (Jan 1, 1999)

booksIcons from Te Papa: TAONGA MAORI by Te Papa's curators (Nov 10, 2006)

booksTaonga Tuku Iho: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Maori Culture by A.W. Reed and Buddy Mikaere (Nov 1, 2002)

booksTaonga: Treasure Beneath by Jerry Carpenter (May 5, 2011)

booksTaonga Puoro: Singing Treasures : the Musical Instruments of the Maori by Brian Flintoff (Jan 1, 2004)

booksTaonga (French Edition) by Laurence Paix-Rusterholtz


Wiki information Taonga:


A taonga in Māori culture is a treasured thing, whether tangible or intangible. This is the current modern definition which differs from the historical definition that was noted by Hongi Hika as "property procured by the spear" [one could understand...

Taonga pūoro

Taonga pūoro are the traditional musical instruments of the Māori people of New Zealand. Taonga pūoro were revived over the past thirty years by Hirini Melbourne, Richard Nunns and Brian Flintoff. The instruments previously fulfilled many functions...