8 thoughts on Sanoe - Kahai Topolinski - Na Mele Kupuna (Hawaiian Chants And Songs) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Doucage   Tacage
    Hilo here is a symbol of hardship, violence, and travail, as are the three winds mentioned in the songs. But even a Hawaiian war song has veiled references to love making. According to Winne (), the song based on the chant was composed by Prince Lele-iō-Hoku, presumably as leader of the famous Ka-wai-hau Glee Club.
  2. Meztira   Kigazilkree
    This episode of Na Mele features an in studio performance by Mailani Makainai. A new episode of NĀ MELE: Traditions in Hawaiian Song featuring the Lim Family. Special | 28m 46s.
  3. Togul   Guran
    May 21,  · "Aunty" Mahilani Poepoe was a healer(lā'au lapa'au is a traditional medical practice using plants and minerals) and visionary. She taught the art of traditional lomi lomi massage, lā'au lapa'au.
  4. Zulkirisar   Tygogami
    Nov 22,  · Minerva K. Malakaua Pang has been dancing hula since age 3. Now, at 90, she says, “To teach hula you have to know the songs and what they mean so you can share the true expression of the song.”.
  5. Niran   Dugrel
    Jan 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Waipuna | Nā Mele: Traditions in Hawaiian Song YouTube Na Mele No Na Pua with Maunalua Live at Waikiki Beach Walk on 11/8/ #outriggermele - Duration:
  6. Kigagami   Vicage
    This is quite an eclectic mix of Hawaiian chants. The first few chants are very authentic and sound like they could be hundreds or thousands of years old. But the second set of chants () make me want to put on my Hawaiian shirt or hula dress, I'm not sure which/5(6).
  7. Bracage   Zolole
    Hawaiian 2. Mele ‘Āina, Ka Wai a Kāne - Paukū 3 & 4; Mele Kanikau - E Puhi E Ho‘i Mai; Mele Ko‘ihonua - ‘O Wākea Noho iā; Oli Kāhea-Kūnihi Ka Mauna; Hawaiian 3. Mele ‘Āina - Ka Wai a Kāne-Paukū 5 & 6; Mele Aloha - Ke Lei Maila ‘o Ka‘ula I Ke Kai ; Hawaiian 4. Mele Pale - Nā ‘Aumākua; Na 'Aumakua (m4a) Mele Inoa - Ku.
  8. Kagazshura   Vudoran
    A new spirit is born within, inspiring us to compose with Aloha. All of the songs in this album, composed in the Hawaiian language, are new, most are by young composers who have applied Hawaiian poetic esthetics creatively as a means of interpreting the beauty and love of Hawaiian meaning, both past and present.

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