|Film Description:||Unedited or Partially edited footage|
ShotlistA dugout canoe, Fiji
A meeting of men on a mat, singing and clapping, an offering is made to an officiant.
Hula dancing, ukeleles.
Topless hula dancing, performed for Wright.
Breaking a coconut and drinking
Additional cataloging notes by a daughter of one of the dancers, Hina Pankowski:
"Protea Tara Tahutini is featured singing with her guitar. She was a Tahitian composer song writer and singer performer of Tahitian music and dance. She only 19yrs old in this clip. Visual at 8mins 2 sec you can see her with the guitar singing as the others dance to her music. At 9mins and 27 sec she stands and plays a patautau (tamure) notice the strumming style (old fashion) tairi paumotu strum style with the entire hand, not like today with just two or three fingers. "
|Film Creator:||Dr. Harry B. Wright|
|Topics:||Fiji, Ote'a dance, Dancing, Tahiti, Tahitian culture, Polynesian culture, Touring, Tourism|
|Tags:||Dancing | Fiji | Fijian culture | Hawaii | Hula | Ote'a dance | Tahitian culture | Tourism | Tourism performance|
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