Larry Lindsey Kimura of Hawaiʻi Island was just a child when he began to sense that the Hawaiian language his grandmother spoke fluently was on the verge of extinction. Ever since, he has committed his life to the preservation and perpetuation
He makana mele nāu. A gift of song for you.PŌ HEMOLELE (O HOLY NIGHT)Pō hemolele ke ʻōlino nei nā hōkū O holy night! The stars are brightly shining,Ka pō i hānau ai ka HoʻōlaIt is the night of our dear Saviour's birth.Loa ke ao me nā hewa nā l
Show Notes: An in-depth look into the intricacies of proper spelling and pronunciation of Hawaiian words.Lōʻihi: 16:33 :: Nui: 19 MB:: 00:00 Hoʻolauna (Intro):: 01:31 Hawaiian Word Survey (columns 2 and 3):: 14:58 Panina (Closing):: 15:56 Speci
Aloha mai,This Poʻalima (Friday, the 14th of Malaki), the annual Hoʻokūkū Hīmeni O Kamehameha will be held on Oʻahu broadcast statewide in HD and streamed live worldwide on the web. This year's theme has to do with, ʻae, pololei, ka hoʻōla ʻōl
Show Notes: An in-depth look into the intricacies of proper spelling and pronunciation of Hawaiian words. Lōʻihi: 52:47 :: Nui: 60.4 MB:: 00:60 Hoʻolauna (Intro):: 01:16 Ka Pīʻāpā ʻŌiwi:: 07:46 4 Easy Steps:: 13:17 Interlude: Jaracanda by gB::
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