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Te honae : being a small collection of temperance and sacred melodies in Maori / by C.O.Davis
Bib ID 1397242
Format BookBook
Author
Davis, C. O. (Charles Oliver), 1817-1887
 
Edition 2nd ed. enlarged. 
Description Akarana, [N.Z.] : Brett, "Evening Star Office", 1885 
88 p. ; 17 cm. 
Notes

Williams 699.

A second edition of the author's Temperance Songs ( Williams 484), containing 101 pieces without the English translation. Dedicated to W.P. Snow. The Preface to the first edition is reprinted.

Subjects Hymns, Maori.  |  Songs, Maori.  |  Maori language - Texts.
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Honae : sacred & blue ribbon songs

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