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tūnga whakamihi

curtain call

tūingoa

WHAKAMĀRAMA

Ko te putanga mai o ngā kiriwhakaari, o ngā kaikanikani, o ngā kaitū katoa i te mutunga o tētahi whakaaturanga, kia whakanuia ai rātou e te hunga mātakitaki. I te ao Māori ko te karanga, ko te waiata, ko te kupu whakanui ka tukuna e te minenga, ko te urupare hoki a ngā kaitū. I te ao whānui, ko te umere, ko te pakipaki a te hunga mātakitaki, ko te tuohu a ngā kaitū.

The re-appearance on stage at the end of a production of the actors, the dancers and all the performers to be recognised by the audience. In the Māori world, karanga, waiata and speeches may be given by the audience often with a response from the performers. In the wider world of performing arts, shouting and applause by the audience is the norm, with a bow from the performers.

Tauira KŌrero

Ka rawe te tūnga whakamihi i te mutunga o te whakaaturanga.

Me puta katoa koutou ki mua o te atamira i te tūnga whakamihi.

Nā te kaha umere a te iwi i te tūnga whakamihi, ka pakaru mai te waiata turuki.

Takenga Mai

tūnga - stand

whakamihi - acknowledge, pay tribute to, acclaim, congratulate

Tauira KŌrero

Ka rawe te tūnga whakamihi i te mutunga o te whakaaturanga.

Me puta katoa koutou ki mua o te atamira i te tūnga whakamihi.

Nā te kaha umere a te iwi i te tūnga whakamihi, ka pakaru mai te waiata turuki.