The following description is translated from French:
It is during Heiva I Tahiti that each year the best groups of dance and song of Polynesia occur. The year 1990 is a good vintage. Tamarii Papara and Torea Ura Harmed, each one in their category carry it. In this DVD, find Toa Reva (1st Price orchestrates) and the prizes winner of the individual contests Hura tini/Chevronnés (Moana Pani & Maeva Sassone) and Hura hou/Beginners (Jérémie Tehuitua & Tiara Trumpet).
The edition of Heiva I Tahiti 1991 will know the first boycott of its history on behalf of many groups of dance. Only three occupational classes are registered. The large winner is Tamarii Tuiva' O of Rurutu. Parallel to the official contest, the groups Temaeva, Ia Ora Tahiti, Porinetia and Toa Reva are found in Taurua I Tarahoi. In this DVD, find Tamarii Tuivao (1st Price Hura tau), Torea Ura Nui (2nd Price Hura tau), Vaiari Nui (1st Price Hura avatau), Heikura Nui, Rima Here, Tamarii Tarevareva, Temarama, Tamarii Anapa, Tamarii Rautea, Tamarii Mataiea, Tamarii Toahotu, Tamarii Patutoa, Tiaia Nui Moorea, Papeari, Tamarii Puurai, Mahina Nui, the prizes winner of the individual contests Hura hou/Novices (Jacques Taaroa & Mehiti Binder) and within the framework of Taurua I Tarahoi: Ia Ora Tahiti, Porinetia, Temaeva and Toa Dreamed.
During July 1992, the best groups of song and dance of Polynesia offered spectacles of any beauty to the spectators of the Tarahoi place. This Heiva is mainly marked by the imposing spectacle of Temaeva, worked out around the topic of the madness, the madness to like, enjoy, cry, hope. In the category Hura avatau, Tamariki Oparo gains the 1st Price with an original spectacle telling the tragic history of the Tineifara Princess. In this DVD, find Temaeva (1st Price Hura tau), the prizes winner Hura tini/Chevronnés (Moana Pani & Heirai Lehartel) and Tamariki Oparo (1st Price Hura avatau).
Return to Vai' summer for this edition 93 of Heiva I Tahiti. The title is played between Tamarii Papara and Heikura Nui. Heikura Nui finally carries it while paying homage to mythical Hawaiki Nui, cradle of Polynesian civilization. In the category Hura avatau, it is the group Kei Tawhiti de Punaauia which allocates the 1st Price. In this DVD find Heikura Nui (1st Price Hura tau), Kei Tawhiti (1st Price Hura avatau), Vaiari Nui, Tamarii Ariitia, Manu Hei, Hei Tiare, Tamarii Papara, Tamarii Rautea, Tamariki Oparo, Tamarii Toahotu, Tamarii Raivavae, the prizes winner of the individual contests Hura tini/Chevronnés (Bruno Itaetetaa & Mehiti Binder) and Hura hou/Beginners (Raymond Carbayol & Louisa Tuiho) and Miss Heiva 1993 (Tetautiare Father).
Find in the DVD Bonus of other songs and dances of Heiva I Tahiti. In 1990: Hiva Oa, Tahaa & Tarona tiara. 1992: Torea Ura Harmed, Temaeva, Tamariki Oparo, Temarama, Tamarii Papara (2nd Price Hura tau) and the prize winner of the individual contest Hura hou/Beginner (Bruno Itaetetaa). 1993: Harmed Vairi, Tamarii Ariitia & Tamarii Tauraa Manureva. (560 minutes) (PAL Format)