Hula stuffs

2014-12-03 06.22.57.mp4
https://vimeo.com/113477996

Wai maka o Poliahu
I ka `eha a ke aloha
Kaumaha i ka ha`alele
O Aiwohi kupua

Anuanu ka `iu kêhau
O Mauna Kea
A`ohe ana ipo aloha
E ho`o pumehana

Kau mai ka hali`a aloha
O ka wa mamua
Puolu ka wai o Nohi
Ku`u mehameha

He lei ko aloha
No ku`u kino
Pili poli hemo`ole
No na kau akau

Hui:
E ho`i mai (e ho`i mai)
E ku`u ipo
E ho`i mai (e ho`i mai)
E pili kâua
E ho`i mai (e ho`i mai `oe)
E ho`i mai `oe e, e
E ho`i mai `oe
Tears of the snow goddess
And the pains of love
Sadden by separation
Of Aiwohi, the demi-god

Cold the sacred dew
Of Mauna Kea
And no one to love
And to warm

To enact memories of love
Of times gone by
Refresh the water of Nohi
And my loneliness

Your wreath of love
For my body
And bosom closed tied
Put in place forever

Chorus:
Come back to me
My sweetheart
Come back to me
As we embrace
Come back to me
Come back to me
Come back to me

 

Hosanna  Ua Mau  Only first 2 verses

2014-10-22 06.14.37.mp4
https://vimeo.com/109752542

Ua Mau – Hosana – by Moses W. Kaaneikawahaale Keale
Ua mau mai e ka pono
Mai ka Makua lani mai
Ke hui nei mäkou
I kona loko maika`i
 
Hui:
Hosana `ia ke Akua
Ma nä lani ki`eki`e
Ka waiho `ana mai
I kö käkou ola
 
Ke hui mai mäkou
Makua me keiki
Lökahi pü ka mana`o
I ho`okahi pu`uwai
 
Perpetual is the righteousness
That comes from the Father above
Let us gather together
In His goodness and grace
 
Chorus:
Praised be God
In the high heavens
His laying down
For our lives
 
We gather together
Parents and children
As one in mind
And one in heart

 

Muʻolaulani

http://vimeo.com/103320040

Nohea I Muʻolaulani, translated as Handsome One of Mu’olaulani [1] sometimes as Handsome at Mu’olaulani, and also referred to simply as Mu’olaulani, dates to May 1885. It was composed for Liliʻuokalani’s new home in Kapālama namedMu’olaulani which was opened with a gala party in May 1885. The Kapālama house was a source of great joy to her and became the subject of this song. It is now the site of the Lili’uokalani Childrens’ Center.[2][3]

He mea nui ke aloha This great love of yours
Ke hiki mai i oʻu nei Has come here to me
Meheʻo kuʻu lei kaimana ala It is like my diamond necklace
Kāhiko o kuʻu kino To adorn my person

Kuʻu lei popohe i ka laʻi My lei so shapely in the calm
Nohea i Muʻolaulani Handsome at Muʻolaulani
Ka beauty lā he mau ia It is a beauty, always a thing forever
No nā kau ā kau For all seasons

 

Hawaiian Soul
https://vimeo.com/93726933  wahine

 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10202111456696148&set=vb.1479736631&type=2&theater

 

Lei Hali’a

leihali’a.mp4
https://vimeo.com/96761383

ma’i.Lunalilo.mp4
https://vimeo.com/91015802

password wahine

Kilohana

http://vimeo.com/87675882  

http://vimeo.com/87065938

Hula website Lurana put up

https://sites.google.com/site/okekaiola/

I’ll Remember you

 http://vimeo.com/52584418   password is “wahine”

“Hanauma” – http://youtu.be/rhY52ijfh9Y

“Kaulana Na Pua” – http://youtu.be/2FgcoeJWOdI   https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151403358747926&set=vb.118688518144009&type=2&theater

2007 list of Hulas

Hula List 2007hula_bwm&gpics 094

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