National Hawaiian Orchestra - Music Of Hawaii album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Music Of Hawaii
FLAC version ZIP size: 1888 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1124 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1336 mb
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Music of Hawaii is a compilation album containing five 78rpm records of Hawaiian music issued by Decca Records. Historically, the term "album" was applied to a collection of various items housed in a book format. In musical usage the word was used for collections of short pieces of printed music from the early 19th century. Later, collections of related 78rpm records were bundled in book-like albums (one side of a 78 rpm record could hold only about . minutes of sound).
Music of Hawaiian people is largely religious in nature, and includes chanting and dance music Contents. 1 Music festivals and venues. Hawaiian music in general, which was promoted under the reign of King David Kalakaua as a matter of national pride and cultural revival, drew rhythms from traditional Hawaiian beats and European military marches, and drew its melodies from Christian hymns and the cosmopolitan peoples of the islands (although principally American).
Music of Hawaii is a compilation album containing five 78rpm records of Hawaiian music issued by Decca Records. Beginning in 1935, Owens and his orchestra were featured on the popular Saturday night radio show, Bing Crosby and Owens began their friendship when both played the Lafayette Cafe in Los Angeles in 1926. In 1934, Owens wrote Sweet Leilani to celebrate the birth of his daughter, while vacationing in Honolulu with his wife Dixie Lee, Crosby heard the song and wanted to include it in his upcoming movie Waikiki Wedding.
Hawaiian Music Party Squad. Hawaiian Music Party Squad - Take Me Out to the Ballgame 00:36. Hawaiian Music Party Squad - Ocean Waves of Hawaii 02:33. Hawaiian Music Party Squad - Margarita Party Music 02:08. Hawaiian Music Party Squad - The Entertainer 01:08.
Hawaii is the third studio album by the Anglo-Irish avant-pop band the High Llamas, released on 25 March 1996 on the band's Alpaca Park label. The arrangements of Hawaii incorporate more electronic sounds than its predecessor Gideon Gaye (1994), while its lyrics loosely address themes of nomadism, nostalgia, film and musical theatre, and the effects of colonialism. The record peaked at 62 on the UK Albums Chart for a one-week stay
|A4||Drums of Samoa|
|B1||Kuu Aina Aloha|
|B2||Aloha And Goodnight|
|B3||My Pupule Lio|
|B6||Hawaiin Lei Of Love|