Kaulana Na Pua – (Hawai’ian Music Video of the Week)
ASIA--PACIFIC, ARTS, MUSIC, Music Video of the Week, 10 Jun 2013
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KULEANA – Written by Ellen Keho’ohiwoakalani Wright Pendergast in 1893. This was a mele of opposition to the annexation of Hawai’i to the United States. Originally this mele was titled Mele ‘Ai Pōhaku (The Stone Eating Song) and was also known as Mele Aloha ‘Āina.
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Music Video of the Week:
Very beautiful! Awesome and spirit filled. Beautiful production. We should have more.
This caught my ear on the radio and came right home to look it up ~ this really touched deep in my heart. Mahalo for all the effort. I may not have Hawaiian ~ but born and raised here my heart is Hawaiian!
This caught my ear as well, because I’ve heard this song sung beautifully before but this collaboration transcends!