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Hawaiian Streaming Videos: Bankoh Kī Hōʻalu Festival

Bankoh Kī Hōʻalu Hawaiian Slack Key Festival

Performer and Grammy-nominated producer, Milton Lau, founded this festival in 1982 in memory of the legendary slack key artist, Gabby "Pops" Pahinui, with whom he had participated in many kanikapila (informal jam sessions) in the latter's backyard in Waiamanalo. For more videos search our Voyager catalog following the instructions below.

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Material Type: Video/Film.
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How do I find streaming videos in the catalog?
To get a list of all the videos currently available online, just type "Sinclair streaming" (without the quotation marks) into OneSearch.

Are there any software requirements?
Our streaming videos work in all major browsers using HMTL5.

Is this legal?
Yes. U.S. Copyright Law Section 108(c) permits libraries to reformat materials that are deteriorating or in obsolete formats for preservation purposes.


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