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Hula Studio Hula

Many of the memorable hula teachers are closely linked, through blood and/or training, and differing styles and steps are passed along from generation to generation.
For this show, we’ll focus on music featuring a bevy of outstanding Kumu Hula, some performing their own compositions.
Hula Studio Hula!
Today, we’ll celebrate their early recorded legacy from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Manoa - Halona
2- E Huli Makou – Linda Dela Cruz
3- Na Kuahiwi Kaulana – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
4- Ko Ma’i Ho E’u E’u – Joseph Kahaulelio
5- Waikaloa – John Pi’ilani Watkins
6- Green Lantern Hula – Kealoha Kalama
7- Ha’u Ha’u E – Henry Pa
8- Ka’awila Make Nei – George Na’ope
9- Aloha Kaua’i – Ho’oheno Serenaders
10- Nani – Pauline Kekahuna
11- Keawaiki Hula – Mahi Beamer

Length: 55:17
Released on: 01-09-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Hula Studio and Halau





Napua Stevens

Harriet Daisy Kawaiala Kao’ionapuapi’ilani Stevens was born in Hawi, North Kohala, Hawaii, on August 31, 1918, and we lost her on January 7, 1990.
Napua Stevens was first a Big Band singer with Giggie Royce’s Young Hotel Rooftop Garden Orchestra in Honolulu.
Eventually, Napua Stevens Poire distinguished herself as a singer, hula dancer, teacher, radio and television personality, producer, and author.
Today, we’ll celebrate her early recorded legacy from 1949.

This week's playlist:

1- Pretty Red Hibiscus – Napua Stevens
2- Hawaiian Hospitality – Napua Stevens
3- Beyond The Reef – Napua Stevens
4- Keahi – Napua Stevens
5- I Will Remember You – Napua Stevens
6- Haina I’a Mai Kapuana – Napua Stevens
7- I Want To Learn To Speak Hawaiian – Napua Stevens
8- My Hawaiian Souvenirs – Napua Stevens
9- Goodnight Leilani E – Napua Stevens
10- What Are The Wild Waves Saying? – Napua Stevens
11- Farewell My Tane – Napua Stevens

Length: 52:52
Released on: 01-02-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Harriet Kao'ionapuapi'ilani Stevens





36th Annual Territorial New Year's Party

As the old year was ending in ancient times in Hawaii, Kahuna associated with certain he’eiau on the Western side of each inhabited Hawaiian island would watch for the appearance of “Na Huihui o Makali’i”, a star cluster that appears in the evening sky.
Once “Makali’i” was seen, the next new moon would begin the “Makahiki” season, a 4-month period when warfare was prohibited, and people celebrated with games and sports.
When Westerners arrived with their tradition of the New Year’s celebration, it coincided with the Hawaiians practice of Makahiki.
Thus, “Hau’oli Makahiki Hou” now says “Happy New Year!”
Today, we’ll spin some lyrical libations, as we share our 36th annual Territorial New Year’s Party.

This week's playlist: 1- Hau’oli Makahiki Hou – Genoa Keawe
2- Oli Oli Makahiki Hou – Leo Nahenahe Singers
3- Sweet Someone – Eddie & Betty Cole
4- Gone With The Wind – Kalima Brothers
5- I Will Remember You – Alfred Apaka
6- Lover’s Prayer – Lena Mota
7- I Ali’i No ‘Oe – Frank & Cathy Kawelo
8- Ei Nei – Joseph Serrao
9- E Ku’u Baby Hot Cha Cha – Buddy Fo
10- Let’s Go For Broke – Andy Iona
11- Right On – Singing Surfriders
12- Auld Lang Syne – Leo Nahenahe Singers

Length: 54:03
Released on: 12-26-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





36th Annual Territorial Christmas Party

Tthe words “Mele Kalikimaka” are a phonetic translation of “Merry Christmas” from when Westerners first brought the custom of Christmas to Hawaii.
It coincided with the Hawaiian traditional observance of “Makahiki”.
As the Hawaiians gradually embraced the concept of Christmas, they turned the holiday greeting into words that rolled more easily off their tongues…..Mele Kalikimaka!
Today, we’ll roast some musical chestnuts over a hot turntable, as we share our 36th annual Territorial Christmas Party.

This week's playlist:

1- Mele Kalikimaka – Haleloke Kahauolopua
2- Enfant Prodique – Maile Aloha Singers
3- The Twelve Days of Christmas – Sonny Kamahele
4- Winter Wonderland – Hawaii Calls Chorus
5- Aloha Oe E Malia – St. Catherine’s Choir
6- Hamau E Na Kanaka – Hawaii Calls Chorus
7- Kana Kaloka – Leo Nahenahe Singers
8- Po Hemolele – Maile Aloha Singers
9- Christmas Chopsticks – Leo Nahenahe Singers
10- Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Arthur Godrey
11- The Christmas Song – Julius Larosa
12- Mele Kalikimaka I’a Oe – Leo Nahenahe Singers

Length: 53:56
Released on: 12-19-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Johnny Noble's Brunswick Legacy

John Avery Noble, the “Hawaiian Jazz King” of the 1920s at the Moana Hotel, was an enterprising young man.
As a child, he sold newspapers on Honolulu street corners, and became known as the “Whistling Newsboy”.
He then learned to play the drums, piano, and xylophone.
Eventually he took over as orchestra leader at the Moana Hotel, and wrote many hapa haole songs.
But his most impressive legacy may be the 1927 Brunswick recordings that he scouted and supervised in Honolulu, featuring the most gifted entertainers of the day.
Come with us now as we visit where ONLY Territorial Airwaves can take you – 1920s Honolulu, T.H.
Today, we’ll listen to these rare out-of-print recordings from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Kanakanui Hotel – Sam Alama
2- Hawaii – Rennie Brooks
3- My Luau Girl – Raymond Kinney
4- Ka Lei E – Emma Bush
5- Haole Hula – Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
6- Alekoki – Moana Hotel Orchestra
7- Palolo – Moana Hotel Orchestra
8- Kuhio Bay – Johanna Wilcox Glee Club
9- Hola E Pae –Joseph Kamakau Glee Club
10- Pauoa Like Ka Lehua – Moana Hotel Orchestra
11- He Manao He Aloha – Joseph Kamakau Glee Club

Length: 54:26
Released on: 12-12-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various 1927 Artists




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