3 edition of He mele o Hawaii = found in the catalog.
He mele o Hawaii =
Scott C. S. Stone
Includes bibliographical references (p. 188) and index.
|Other titles||Song of Hawaii.|
|Statement||by Scott C.S. Stone with photographs by Bob Abraham.|
|LC Classifications||DU623.25 .S77 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||93078514|
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Wikipedia on Song and chants of Hawaii Mele is a generalized Hawaiian language term that can refer to chants, songs or poems. It is frequently used in song titles such as Mele Kalikimaka, or He Mele Lahui Hawaii, composed in by Liliuokalani as a national anthem. This offering of Nā Mele: Traditions in Hawaiian Song features the hugely talented, musical Lim Family of Kohala, Hawai‘i Island. On the program, you’ll see siblings Sonny Lim, Nani Lim Yap and Lorna Lim perform as a trio. Among the featured hula dancers are family members Namakana Davis-Lim, Brianna “Wehi” Lim Ryder and Asialynn Yap.
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He Mele Aloha: A Hawaiian Songbook is a collection of over songs, listed alphabetically, about 40 of which are hapa-haole songs. It is intended to encourage the tradition of kanikapila. The emphasis is on accurate Hawaiian lyrics and translation. Simple chording and fingering Brand: Oli Oli Productions LLC.
He Mele O Hawaii: A Song of Hawaii. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. He Mele O Hawaii: A Song of cturer: Unknown. He Mele Aloha: A Hawaiian Songbook is a collection of over songs, listed alphabetically, about 40 of which are hapa-haole songs.
It is intended to encourage the tradition of kanikapila. The emphasis is on accurate Hawaiian lyrics and by: 1. This book is a long-awaited reference, well arranged and indexed and with ukulele chord diagrams for each song. There are classic Hawaiian songs by Queen Lili’uokalani, Charles King, and others.
There are also a few hapa haole songs, and songs or “mele” by contemporary composers such as Puakea Nogelmeier (who provided the translations for. Mele are chants, songs, or poems. The term comes from the Hawaiian language. It is frequently used in song titles such as "He Mele Lahui Hawaii", composed in by Liliuokalani as a national an songbooks often carry the word in the book's title.
Mele is a cognate of Fijian language meke. In practical usage, the word can be combined with other words, such as Mele Hula, a metered Cultural origins: Hawaii.
He Pule Hoolaa Alii (A Prayer Consecrating a Chief) Ka Buke o na Leo Mele Hawaii no ka Pono a me ka Pomaikai o na Home Hawaii (The Book of Hawaiian Songs for the Good and the Happiness of Hawaiian homes) Ka Hae Hoonani (The Banner of Praise) Ka Lei Alii (The Royal Crown) Ka Robina Gula (The Golden Robin) Kulu Wai Liilii: He Mau Mele Hoole.
"Ahe Lau Makani" Ahe Lau Makani, translated as The Soft Gentle Breeze or There is a Zephyr, is a famous waltz composed by Queen Liliʻuokalani around Probably written at Hamohamo, the Waikīkī home of the Queen, this song appeared in "He Buke Mele O Hawaii" under the title He ʻAla Nei E Māpu Mai Lau Makani is used only verse 1 and 2, and may be an abridged version.
He Mele Aloha A Hawaiian Song Book He Mele Aloha Page Name Transition from 1st book to He Mele Aloha Green A song that was in our first music book.
Blue A new song in the works Pink Use 1st music book version or transpose. 1A Oia Repeat last verse 2Adios Ke Aloha 3Ahe Lau Makani 4Ahi Wela Just the Hui is used with Twinkle Twinkle 5Ahulili 6Aia. He Mele Aloha – A Hawaiian Songbook. Buy Direct from the Publisher.
Over of the most beloved Hawaiian and hapa-haole songs dating from the s to the present. Lyrics, chords, translations and background notes for every song Designed especially for the ‘ukulele. In this category are "He Mele Lāhui Hawai'i" (by Lili'u-o-ka-lani) and "Hawai'i Pono'ī (by Ka-lā-kaua).
Another, "Hawai'i Aloha" expresses Lorenzo Lyons's love for his adopted homeland. "Kaulana nā Pua," the only bitter song in this collection, was a plea to support Lili'u-o-ka-lani in her stand against annexation to the United States.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mele O Hawaii: Songs Of Hawaii on Discogs. This book is a long-awaited reference, well arranged and indexed and with ukulele chord diagrams for each song. There are classic Hawaiian songs by Queen Lili'uokalani, Charles King, and others.
There are also a few hapa haole songs, and songs or "mele" by contemporary composers such as Puakea Nogelmeier (who provided. He Mele Aloha: A Hawaiian Songbook is a collection of over songs, listed alphabetically, about 40 of which are hapa-haole songs.
It is intended to encourage the tradition of kanikapila. The emphasis is on accurate Hawaiian lyrics and translation. Simple chording /5(16). The herald angels sing -- He po la'ela'e = It came upon the midnight clear -- Kana Kaloka = Santa Claus -- Kani na pele = Jingle bells -- Little drummer boy -- Mele Kalikimaka ia kakou = Merry Christmas for us -- Po la'i e = Silent night -- Pomaika'i wale ko ke ao = Joy to the world.
Starbucks' series of compilations jets off to the 50th state for Mele O Hawai'i (Songs of Hawaii), an informed and enjoyable mix of old and late, great Israel Kamakawiwo’ole kicks off the set with "White Sandy Beach of Hawaii," and while the warm, nostalgic number isn't Iz's signature tune, ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro is here with his, a haunting take on "While My Guitar Gently.
Samuel H. Elbert, professor emeritus of Pacific languages and linguistics at the University of Hawaii, taught the Hawaiian language for many years and is considered one of the foremost authorities on the language is author of the textbook Spoken Hawaiian and is co-author with Mary Pukui of Hawaiian Dictionary, and with Mary Pukui and Esther Mookini of Place Names of Hawaii.
Books about hula, mele, lei, and other Hawaiʻi topics are held in the Hawaii-Pacific Collection on the 2nd floor of HCC Library, along the Diamond Head wall. The spine labels for these books will begin with the prefix "HawPac" before the call numbers.
HawPac materials may be checked out for 14 days. He is author of the textbook Spoken Hawaiian and is co-author with Mary Pukui of Hawaiian Dictionary, and with Mary Pukui and Esther Mookini of Place Names of Hawaii.
Reviews and Endorsements; These songs, whose Hawaiian texts and English translation appear side by side, date from the s to A clarion call to love thyself and others and all the mistakes and flaws that come along in the package, He Mele A Hilo is a fun, relaxing read about personal growth and identity with a colourful backdrop of Hawaii, its landscape and culture, food, dancing, music, and even language (teaching you Hawaiian local slang throughout the book)/5(21).
He Mele Aloha: A Hawaiian Songbook is a collection of over songs, listed alphabetically, about 40 of which are hapa-haole songs. It is intended to encourage the tradition of kanikapila. The emphasis is on accurate Hawaiian lyrics and translation.
Simple chording. I have made an index of songs from the He Mele Aloha book that are found on You Tube.
I arbitrarily made my choice for each song without any criteria - just whatever caught my ear. In some cases, in fact many cases, it was the only selection available.Genre/Form: Song texts Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elbert, Samuel H.
(Samuel Hoyt), Na mele o Hawai'i nei. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, Get this from a library! He mele o Hawaii = a song of Hawaii: a celebration of life and work in the Aloha State.
[Scott C S Stone; Bob Abraham].