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He kama'aina au no kahelelani, he kupa no ka la welo i lehua: He noi'ina mele Ni'ihau
|Title:||He kama'aina au no kahelelani, he kupa no ka la welo i lehua: He noi'ina mele Ni'ihau|
|Authors:||Kahaunaele, Donna Kainaniokalihiwai|
|LC Subject Headings:||Hawaiians - Music - History|
Songs - Hawaiian
|Citation:||He kama'aina au no kahelelani, he kupa no ka la welo i lehua: He noi'ina mele Ni'ihau Kahaunaele, Donna KainaniokalihiwaiView Profile. University of Hawai'i at Hilo, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2013|
|Abstract:||This study focuses on the analysis of 15 secular songs from Ni'ihau composed by natives Emily K. Waili'ula, David K. K. Waili'ula, John E., and Dora K. K. K. Hulu'aulani. The two goals of the analysis are to see how and what connections they make to their homeland in their mele, and to delve into the Hawaiian poetry to better understand their Ni'ihau and overall Hawaiian perspective.|
|Description:||Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo|
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Hawaiian Language and Literature|
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