2 edition of Nānā i na loea hula = found in the catalog.
Nānā i na loea hula =
by Kalihi-Palama Culture & Arts Society in Honolulu, Hawaii (357 N. King St., Honolulu 96817)
Written in English
|Other titles||Look to the hula resources.|
|Statement||photographs by Shuzo Uemoto ; edited by Wendell Silva & Alan Suemori.|
|Contributions||Silva, Wendell., Suemori, Alan., Kalihi-Palama Culture & Arts Society.|
|LC Classifications||GV1785.A1 U46 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||84080164|
Nana i na Loea Hula: Look to the Hula Resources. Photographs by Shuzo Uemoto; edited by Wendell Silva & Alan Suemori. Honolulu: Kalihi-Palama Culture & Arts Society, pp. Portraits of notable hula exponents, accompanied by personal narratives written by them. Nedbalek, Lani. Wahiawa: From Dream to Community. Mililani. Boy With Goldfish novel by Jerre Tanner, ISBN ,50 Fifty years of hula Merrie Monarch Hawaiian Books Humu Moolelo Mo`olelo Journal of the Hula Arts Uncle George Lanakilakeikiahiali'i Na'ope culture books Merrie Monarch Festival, The Woman In The Mountain by Kate Winter, Lost Twain, A Novel Of Hawai`i, Marietta Holley: Life With Josiah Allen's Wife books and more.
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Ku Na Kaula Iwi Lae O'o O Molokai Firm Are The Upright Expert Prophets Of Molokai “ Nānā ka maka; ho‘olohe ka pepeiao, pa‘a ka waha ” “observe with the eyes, listen with the ears, and shut the mouth” “nīnau ka waha and hana ka lima,” “ask questions and work.
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Sponsored by Spectrum Business The 44th Annual Queen Lili’uokalani Keiki Hula Competition kicks off July To celebrate, HI Now is highlighting stories about the event, sponsored by The Kalihi-Palama Culture and Arts Society. The organization has published two important books about the history of hula.
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$ $ Free shippingSeller Rating: % positive. Na Kumu (The Teachers) Kumu Kawaikapuokalani Frank Loea Lehua Hewett. It was said by those who watched the famous hula dancer ‘Iolani Luahine that she seemed to float on air as she moved.
Kahuna (spiritual leader/master) and much-honored Kumu (teacher) Hula Emma DeFries was as much a master healer as a teacher, composer and dancer. Books about hula, mele, lei, and other Hawaiʻi topics are held in the Hawaii-Pacific Collection on the 2nd floor of HCC Library, along the Diamond Head wall.
The spine labels for these books will begin with the prefix "HawPac" before the call. Another project was the documentation of hula resources who reveal interesting stories of their hula lineage and philosophies.
Their interviews along with photographs were compiled into two large format books titled, “Nana I Na Loea Hula” (Look to the Hula Resources) Volumes I and II.
Kumu Hula Says: An Informal Sampling of Kumu Hula Wisdom (a work in infancy) "Nânâ I Na Loea Hula - Look to the Hula Resources": A book on 57 kumu hula & their genealogies and philosophies, _____ `Â`î, `Olana: Hula Aloha - All pau; aloha. - Precious process; Alama, Leilani & Puanani: Honored.
Nana I Na Loea Hula - Look to the Hula resources, Volume 1 - by Wendell Silva, Alan Suemori 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.‘A’a i ka hula, waiho ka hilahila i ka hale. When one wants to dance the hula, bashfulness should be left at home.
I ka ‘olelo no ke ola, i ka ‘olelo no ka make. Life is in speech; death is in speech. Words can heal; words can destroy. Be careful what you say.
‘Ike ‘ia no ka loea i ke kuahu. An exhibit that honored the art of hula, featuring work from the Art in Public Places Collection, along with hula implements and objects from the Bishop Museum and the Hula Preservation Society.
A special feature of the exhibition was a display of 70 original photographic portraits of Kumu Hula by Shuzo Uemoto, taken for the book Nana I Na Loea.