2 edition of Maori string figures found in the catalog.
Maori string figures
Johannes Carl Andersen
1927 by Pub. on behalf of the author by the Board of Maori ethnological research in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English
|Statement||by Johannes C. Andersen.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Board of Maori ethnological research,, v. 2|
|LC Classifications||GN455.S9 A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xl, 173,  p.|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||44028139|
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Get this from a library. Māori string figures. [Johannes C Andersen; New Zealand. Board of Māori Ethnological Research.] -- Details of a collection of Māori string games featuring figures and tricks observed by the author on expeditions to Rotorua inthe marae of Koriniti, Hiruhārama and Pipiriki on the Whanganui.
Genre/Form: Games: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Andersen, Johannes Carl, Maori string figures. Wellington, N.Z., Pub. on behalf of the.
WORDS RECITED DURING STRING GAMES. According to Edward Tregear in The Maori race (), the "Cat's Cradle” (whai, huhi, or maui) "was known to the Maoris as to almost all the inhabitants of the Malay Archipelago and South was played with the two hands and a piece of string, assuming very complicated forms; sometimes a whole drama was played by means of the changing shapes.
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String figures are really fun to make. Long before TV, or even books, people were using string figures to illustrate the stories they told around the campfire.
More than half of the string figures described in this book open in the same way; to avoid constant repetition therefore, we may follow Drs.
Rivers and Haddon (p. ), and call this very general method of beginning Opening A. It should be learned now, because in the descriptions of the figures in which it occurs, the first movement will be. Andersen points out that the only difference is in the opening (see page 26 of his book Maori String Figures).
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When put over the hands, hooked over the thumbs and little fingers and pulled taut but not tight, a rectangular loop is formed that is the basis of the. The Japanese call these Ayatori.
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Some figures require more than one person to form them. The use of several people to form a complicated design is quite common. Whare. A beginner should master one figure at a time. When some skill has been attained, forming the figures while singing a song is a. Maori (mä´ōrē), people of New Zealand and the Cook Islands, believed to have migrated in early times from other islands of tradition asserts that seven canoes brought their ancestors to New Zealand.
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RARE BOOK AUCTION. As well as articles on these subjects, he published Maori string figures (), still a standard work, and Maori music with its Polynesian background (), in large measure a compilation of earlier observations.
Impressed by Andersen's energy and enthusiasm, Elsdon Best invited him to co-edit the Journal of the Polynesian Society in A traditional Maori Legend. I always felt so sorry for the sun in this story.
The sun just moved so fast cause he had so much energy, but the Maori weren't happy with the gift of light and warmth that it was providing and were selfish and decided that they had to bully the sun into slowing down and giving them what they wanted, more daylight to fish by and steal from the sea by/5.
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Shearer, Government Printer, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. Games and Pastimes of the Maori. An Account of Various Exercises, Games, and Pastimes of the Natives of New Zealand, As Practised in Former Times; Including Some Information Concerning Their Vocal and Instrumental Music, Best, Elsdon, A.
Shearer, Government Printer, Wellington. Learn more about Maori Games Stick games are included on this helpful link page, as well as other Maori games, like string figures.
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Remember string games and fugures like "Jacob's Ladder", "Kitty Whiskers", "Cup and Saucer" or Cats Cradle. Those are only the beginning. You just need some string for this fun filled activity, making it ideal for playing in the car on long trips.
A Formal Approach to String Figure-Making Takapau and Brush House, taken from J.C. Andersen: MAORI STRING FIGURES. I could hardly believe my good fortune - that very educated and learned people had actually written about such i began searching for a book or article which spoke to the.
Title: Maori String Figures (Memoirs of the Board of Maori Ethnological Research, Vol. 2) Author Name: Andersen, Johannes C. Categories: Category Available, test2, Maori, Edition: First Edition Publisher: Wellington, The Board of Maori Ethnological Research: Binding: Original Cloth Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket Seller ID: What is the Maori attitude to religion in general.
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Talks about string games and the types of strings that are suitable for these games. Describes the cup and saucer string figure. Relates the mystery of the missing watches and provides the answer to the.