Penu Pahu

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  2. Nov 02,  · TRADITIONAL INSTRUMENTS Today’s orchestras use percussion and stringed instruments. Among the percussion is the to’ere; the pahu with two skins and beaten with a stick and the pahu tupa’i rima, with one skin, that is played with the hands.
  3. Finally, all sorts of sounds are obtained by clacking stones, from shells, by using penu (piion) or coconuts. Other chants were secular and accompanied the events of everyday life. There are sound reminiscences of collective activities such as beating tapa (bark cloth). In the Marquesas Islands, the chants in religious ceremonies were often only understood by the priests, and were accompanied by .
  4. Islands of Artists The Marquesas Islands are spectacular, culturally preserved islands some 1, km to the northeast of Tahiti. The inhabitants here seem to live somewhere between the sea and the sky, between their traditional way of life and the modern world, and yet they continue to follow their undisputable know-how that has been passed.
  5. The sound of a drum; e kani ouou ana ka leo o ka pahu; ke kani o ka ouou kuamuamu. the sound of the sharp voice of railing. Ouou (o'u-o'u), v. To be full of hard lumps, as poi not well pounded: he ouou ka ai, he hakuhaku puupuu.
  6. Finally, all sorts of sounds are obtained by clacking stones, from shells, by using penu (pinion) or coconuts. Other chants were secular and accompanied the events of everyday life. There are sound reminiscences of collective activities such as beating tapa (bark cloth). In the Marquesas Islands, the chants in religious ceremonies were often only understood by the priests, and were accompanied by .

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