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He Mele Aloha by For ʻukulele with lyrics, chord symbols and chord diagrams; no musical notation for melodies.; Includes bibliographical references (pages 284-285) and index.; Principally in Hawaiian; some English; lyrics in Hawaiian include English translations.
Call Number: M142.U5 H3 2003
Publication Date: 2003
Lena Machado Songbird of Hawaii by Lena Machado is considered one of the most important influences on Hawaiian music. She was both a singer and composer.
Call Number: ML420.M32 M68 2006
Publication Date: 2006-03-01
Na Mele O Hawai'i Nei by This is an authoritative text of songs performed today with translations (music not included).
Call Number: M1844.H3 E4
Publication Date: 1982-06-01
Ancient Hawaiian Music by An act of the Hawaiian Legislature provided for the collecting, recording, and preservation of ancient Hawaiian music and meles, or poetical compositions intended to be chanted. For this task, the Governor of Hawaii appointed the Hawaiian Legend and Folklore Commission, which supervised the massing of materials and publication of this report. It is hoped that chants obtained without music may be eventually studied, translated, and published
Call Number: ML3560.H3 R67 1977
Publication Date: 1981-01-01
Unwritten Literature of Hawai'i by Authoritative text on hula widely used today, especially by hula practitioners.
Call Number: PL6448.2 .E4 2007
Publication Date: 2007-05-01
Hawaiian Music And Musicians by This book chronicles Hawaiian music from its roots to the musical renaissance in Hawai'i. It describes leading personalities and groups, organizations, songs and publications, and discusses the extraordinary popularity of Hawaiian music around the world.
Call Number: ML200.7.H4 H45 2012
Publication Date: 2012-09-14