- New Book: Music Legends on Maui
- Acquired: Kanui & Lula (Grass Skirt Records)
- Sighted: Prince Jonah Kuhiō Kalanianaʻole (Mele Hoʻopulapula Vol. 1)
- Sighted: Keāiwaokulamanu by The Tuahine Troupe
- Aloha . . . ke huli hoʻi nei . . .
- Nā Palapalai CDs in 2020
- New CD: Kahekeonāpua by Kamaka Kukona
- New CDs in Hawaiian Music
- Happy Holidays 2019 !!
- Ke huli hoʻi nei
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Category Archives: remarks
First, a story. About ten years ago, I sat in Marsee Auditorium at El Camino College in Torrance, California, listening to a concert by the incomparable Kekuhi Kanahele. She pulled out all the stops on her array of oli-infused vocal … Continue reading
Fifteen kumu hula and hālau across Southern California have been involved in bringing a remarkable collaboration to the concert stage. This will come to fruition on Sunday, February 15, 2015, at Soka University Performing Arts Center in Aliso Viejo. “Collaboration” … Continue reading
Hereʻs wishing us all a new year of happiness, prosperity and calm in which to continue to enjoy Hawaiian music and hula! Itʻs hard to believe that my last post here was Sept. 8. This means partly that last semester … Continue reading
Aloha Dear Readers! Iʻve been kinda scarce here this semester. Okay, okay, Iʻve actually been M.I.A. this semester. So I thought I would ease back in here with some miscellaneous thoughts. Lots of new CDs. Over the past few months, … Continue reading
Iʻm making lists and checking them twice. And the exercise is kind of eye-opening. So let me think out loud. I started with a question related to my teaching experience. I teach a course called “American Musical Soundscapes.” So I … Continue reading
Merrie Monarch is always a multi-sensory feast. Of course, we see hula. Folks there get to enjoy the fragrance of all the lei onstage and off. And we are treated to group after group of live music. The question is: … Continue reading
Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall, Humpty Dumpty got pushed off the wall or so it seems. I’ve used the Humpty Dumpty image in the past to liken historical and archival research as attempts to find and reassemble pieces into … Continue reading
Good grief–July 2012 will be history in a matter of hours. As virtually promised, posts here have become sporadic, as I take advantage of the summer months to make progress on the book manuscript Hawaiian Songs Ancient and Modern. I … Continue reading
Thinking . . . thinking . . . thinking . . . as summer days whiz by . . . I am deep into a writing project that has been with me for awhile — over two decades, in fact. … Continue reading