King's Book of Hawaiian Melodies

King's Book of Hawaiian Melodies

King's Book of Hawaiian Melodies

by Charles Edward King

Book/CD pack. Originally published in 1921, this new version contains 100 tunes "that breathe of the atmosphere of the land and also reveal the nature of its delightful people." Contains examples of olis or chants of the ancient days, simple melodies that show the influence of the first foreigners, and songs of a later period when Hawaiians began to use English words. Tunes include "Aloha Oe," "Kai Malino," "Ka Oiwi Nani," "Mauna Loa," more. With lyrics in Hawaiian and English. CD features 93 of the tunes. 165 pp.

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  • Akahi Hoi ("Tis for Thee Alone)
  • Alekoki
  • Aloha E Ka Pua (I Love the Floweres)
  • Aloha no au I ko maka (I Love Your Eyes)
  • Aloha oe (Hawaii's Farewell Song)
  • Aloha oe e kuu lei (Farewell Beloved One)
  • Aohe Aloha O Loe (No Love Left)
  • Beautiful Kahana
  • Eleile
  • Halona
  • Hanohano Hanalei
  • Hanohano Hawaii (A Slow Hula)
  • Hawaii (Isles of Happiness)
  • Hawaiian Mother's Lullaby
  • Hawaii Ponoi (Hawaiian National Anthem)
  • He Iniki (Love's Aches)
  • He nohea oe (Adorable One)
  • He nohea oe I Kuu Maka (Lovely One)
  • He Ono (The Fish Song)
  • He Pipi Nui Ka'u (For Male Voices)
  • Hilo Hankahi (Hawaiian Descriptive Hula)
  • Honolulu I Love You
  • Honolulu Maids (After Old Style of Hula)
  • Huehue (A Falsetto Hula)
  • Imi Au Ia Oe (King's Serenade)
  • Iniki Malie (The Piercing Wind)
  • Ka Anoi (The Choice of My Heart)
  • Ka Lai Opua (My Heart's Desire)
  • Ka Makani Kaili Aloha (The Kipahulu Zephyr)
  • Ka Moae (The Moae Wind)
  • Ka Oiwi Nani (Beautiful One)
  • Kaahumanu
  • Kai Malino (Tranquil Waters)
  • Kaimana Hila (Diamond Head)
  • Kaleleonalani (Queen Emma)
  • Kalina (The Bath House Hula)
  • Kamehameha Waltz
  • Kapalama
  • Kapilina
  • Ke Kaupu (The Kaupu)
  • Ko Hanu Ka'u E Lia Nei (I Long for Your Fragrance)
  • Koni Au I Ka Wai (Tasting the Waters)
  • Kuu Iini (My Desire, Love's Desire)
  • Kuu Lei Mokihana (My Molihana Wreath)
  • Kuu Lei Ilima (My Ilima Wreath)
  • Kuu Lei Momi (My Loveat Kaena)
  • Kuu Lei Poina Ole (My Sweet Heart)
  • Kuu Pua I Paoakalani (My Flower at Paoakalani)
  • Kuu Pua Pikake (My Jasmine)
  • Lei E (Hawaiian Falsetto Hula)
  • Lei Hulu (To Leihulu)
  • Lei Lehua O Panaewa (The Hilo Hula)
  • Lei Liko Lehua (Liko Lehua Wreath)
  • Lei Loke O Kawika (Prince David's Wreath of Roses)
  • Lei No Kaiulani (A Wreath for Princess Kaiulani)
  • Mai Poina Oe Ia'u (Forget Me Not)
  • Maikai Waipio (Beautiful Waipio)
  • Makalapua (Kamakaeha's Wreath)
  • Malanai Anu Ka Makani (The Gentle Zephyr)
  • Mauna Kea (The Invitation)
  • Mauna Loa (To Ray)
  • May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii (Original Lei Day Song)
  • Moani Ke Ala (The Wafted Fragrance)
  • Moon Beams (Bring Memories of You)
  • My Dear Hawaii
  • Na Lei O Hawaii (Song of the Islands)
  • Na Moku Eha (The Four Islands)
  • Na Moku O Hawaii (Lelekowali Song)(Isles of Hawaii)
  • Na Pua O Hawaii (The Flowers of Hawaii)
  • Nani Kauai (Beautiful Kauai)
  • Nani Wale Lihue (Beautiful Luhue)
  • Native Chants or Oli
  • Nene Hanu Aala (Nene's Fragrance)
  • Niu Haohao
  • Paauau Hula
  • Paauau Waltz
  • Palolo (A Hula)
  • Pehea Hoi Au? (for Male Voices)
  • Po Mahina (In the Moonlight)
  • Poli Pumehan (The Soothing Breast)
  • Pua Carnation (The Carnation Flower)
  • Pua O Ka He-I (Flower of He-I)
  • Pua Pikake (Sweet Jasmine)
  • Pua O Kamakahala (The Kamakahala Flower)
  • Pulpe nei ili I ke anu (Beautiful Lanihuli)
  • Pua Paia Aala (Puna's Bowery Walls)
  • Puuwaawaa
  • Roselani
  • Sweet Lei Lehua (A Slow Hula)
  • Sweet Lei Lehua
  • Sweet Violeta (Sweet Violet)
  • That's Waht the Lei Said to Me
  • Ua like no a like (My Heart's Desire)
  • Uluhua Wale Au (Tantalizing One)
  • Uheuhene (King, Charles (adaptor))
  • Uluwehi O Kaala
  • Wahine U'I (Beautiful One)
  • Wai O Minehaha (Minehaha Falls)
  • Waialae
  • Waipio (An Ancient Oli or Chant)
  • What Aloha Means

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