Hawaii [sound recording] : traditional hula.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Eckhart Public Library - Main||JCD CUL HAW (Text)||840191000713596||Children's CDs - Lower Level||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: West Sussex, Great Britain : ARC Music, p2003.
|General Note:|| Notes in English, German, French and Spanish on insert.
"Hālau Hula Ka Noʻeau is a Hawaiian Dance Academy established in 1986 by hula teacher Michael Pili Pang on the Big Island of Hawaii. Based on traditional Hawaiian legends, myths and stories, the repertoire of the Hālau (school) reflects the history and heritage of Hawaii's past and present. The singers accompany themselves on traditional ukuleles, drums (pahu, pūniu), rattles (ʻulīʻulī), clap sticks (kālāʻau) and other percussion instruments."--Container.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Nā Pō = the nights (1:42) -- Heʻeia = a surfing chant (2:05) -- Henehene kou aka = your laughter (1:53) -- Aia la o Pele = there is Pele (2:08) -- Pā kamakani = blowing is the wind (2:50) -- Kahelelani = a mele inoa for the Island of Niʻihau (1:00) -- Hālau Hanalei = a hall of rain at Hanalei (1:24) -- ʻAʻohe uʻi hele wale o Kohala la = there is no-one as beautiful as I in Kohala (2:38) -- Mauna Lahilahi = a name song for Princess Kaʻiulani (2:09) -- Halemano, kuʻu wahine = my woman (1:51) -- Puʻu onioni = hill of decision (3:22) -- A i ka ʻoe palau = I have nothing to say to you (2:45) -- Hopoe = for the goddess Hopoe (2:51) -- Kalalea (Mt. Kalalea, mele inoa no emma) (1:17) -- Kaulilua i ke anu O Waiʻaleʻale = haughty and cold stands Waiʻaleʻale (2:47) -- ʻAuʻa ʻia = hold tight (2:02) -- Kahea a ke aloha = the call of greetings (2:09) -- Kaulana nā pua ; mele ʻai pohaku = famous are the flowers ; stone-eating song (2:04) -- Aia Molokaʻi kuʻu iwa = there at Molokaʻi is my sweetheart (1:13) -- Poli anuanu = cold bosoms (1:27) -- Kū mākou = here we stand (2:09) -- Ua nani o Nuʻuanu = the beauty of Nuʻuanu (2:37) -- He maʻi no Iolani = chant for Iolani, King Kamehameha V (1:41) -- Halemano, kekuia mai la (from the legend of Halemano) (2:16) -- Hapa haole medley (2:53).
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| Produced by Guy Tourville.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Performed by Hālau Hula Ka Noʻeau = Hawaii Arts Ensemble.
|Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:|| Recorded in July 2002, in collaboration with the Festival Mondial des Cultures, Drummondville, Quebec, Canada.
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