Ocarina Puoro

5 reviews

Color: Pango - (Black)
Price:
$45

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Description

Ocarina Puoro is a wind instrument embellished in traditional kōwhaiwhai patterns, and is a 3D printed contemporary taonga. 

The patterns are of a whai (stingray) - a significant animal in Te Moana nui a Kiwa that represents protection, wit, and adaptability.

Watch the creator of Ocarina Puoro - Jesse Armstrong - play a tune...

DISCLAIMER: These are not traditional Taonga Puoro and ocarina are not of Māori origin. Ocarina have origins from various cultures including Central America, Europe and Asia.

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09/07/2024
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Anonymous
New Zealand New Zealand

Puoro

Kia ora I was excited to receive the taonga and was surprised that you play it like a recorder. I then found out that there was disagreement with Haimanu Collective….this made me think differently about my taonga. I don’t want it to join my collection but I will enjoy offering it to my mokopuna to play. Nga mihi

09/07/2024
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Anonymous
New Zealand New Zealand

Beautiful ornamental piece

It’s a lovely traditional piece that brings up lots of discussion and musical ability

09/07/2024
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Gillian L.
New Zealand New Zealand

Beautiful ornamental piece

It’s a lovely traditional piece that brings up lots of discussion and musical ability

09/07/2024
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Gillian L.
New Zealand New Zealand

Beautiful ornamental piece

It’s a lovely traditional piece that brings up lots of discussion and musical ability

04/03/2024
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Kelly F.
New Zealand New Zealand

Love my Ocarino

I love it, the kids love it and we celebrate the fact that we can make music together. There wouldve been no other way we could have accessed an instrument like this so we atre super thankful for your creation and love playing together