Whakarongo ki te Kārangaranga

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ALL PROFITS FROM THIS TRACK ARE DONATED TO SAVING THE MAUI DOLPHIN.

Maui dolphin vocalisation with Taonga puoro & loop pedal.
Putatara - conch horn, koauau toroa - albatross bone flute, putorino, nguru, ponga ihu, porotiti.

This track contains 55 calls on the putatara (conch horn) one for every surviving Maui Dolphin.

The static, or clicks that are heard at the beginning, and throughout this track are the calls of the Maui dolphin.
They are the smallest dolphin in the world, and these are the audible sounds that they make. High-speed, high-frequency click-trains.

PLEASE FOLLOW THE FIVE BLUE LINKS AT THE TOP RIGHT OF THIS PAGE TO BECOME INFORMED, SIGN THE PETITION AND SUBMISSION, AND JOIN THE FACEBOOK PAGE.

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Save the Mauis Dolphin before it is too late!

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from 55 Alive - 2012 Survive, released April 2, 2012
The Children of Maui.
Taonga Puoro by Rob Thorne.
Dolphin recording provided by Steve Dawson.
Sample arranged by J. P. Conlon.
Recorded at Hydrosonic Studios, Palmerston North,
by J. P. Conlon.
Thanks to Wade Doak, Liz Slooten, Steve Dawson & Paul Moss.

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The Children of Maui New Zealand

There are only 55 Maui Dolphin left. Please sign the submission and petition at the links on this page to have the NZ government establish permanent bans for commercial fishing in the dolphin's habitat. When you purchase this music, the money is donated to save the Maui dolphin. ... more

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