The hula, Alekoki, has been attributed to Prince Luna-lilo in and tells of his disappointment at not being able to marry Victoria Ka-mamalu, sister of Lot Kamehameha and Liho-Liho. Māmala is Honolulu Harbor. "Spray flurries" mean opposition to the marriage. . Dec 28, · 1. Alekoki (Darlene Ahuna’s recording on the album All The Best Of Darlene Ahuna-Vol. 1) This song, whose lyrics are attributed to Lunalilo and music to Lizzie Alohikea, is a classic. And a favorite. The stories I’ve heard say that Lunalilo wrote the song because he was disappointed he could not marry the woman he’d hoped, Victoria Kamamalu. “Alekoki,” UHM Library Digital Image Collections, accessed June 5, , kataxevolkreenuamand.xyzinfo
"Alekoki" is a traditional Hawaiian song performed by Kapono Beamer. The main instruments being played in the piece include an acoustic guitar, a steel guitar, and a ukulele. Usage 49b. "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" - SpongeBob picks up the baby scallop., "Have You Seen This Snail?" - SpongeBob Composer(s): Kapono Beamer. "‘Alekoki's" maoli nature is evident in the following small but telling ways: 1) purity of language (Lunalilo's text, for example, opens with ‘A‘ole i mana‘o ‘ia"; the now-familiar ‘A‘ole i piliw i ‘ia [the Hawaiianization of "believe"] is a later corruption), 2) proverbial expressions (Ho‘okahi nō koa nui / Nāna e ‘alo ia. Check out Alekoki by Dennis Pavao on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on kataxevolkreenuamand.xyzinfo(3). William Charles Lunalilo's chant, popularly known as 'Alekoki, is recognised as a masterpiece of 19th century Hawaiian literature. Paralleling, in traditional Hawaiian fashion, the land and weather with his own emotions, the poet speaks of his hesitant beloved, who has promised herself to him, but has finally lacked the courage to commit herself and join him. Waters of Alekoki Source: Nâ Mele o Hawai`i Nei by Elbert & Mahoe. There are similar versions in Echo of Our Song by Mary Pûku`i, King's Song's of Hawai`i, Johnny Noble`s Hawaiian Hula and Emerson's Unwritten Literature of Hawai`i, the difference being primarily the placement of verses and stanzas. "‘Alekoki's" maoli nature is evident in the following small but telling ways: 1- purity of language (Lunalilo's text, for example, opens with "‘A‘ole i mana‘o ‘ia"; the now-familiar "‘A‘ole i piliw i ‘ia" [the Hawaiianization of "believe"] is a later corruption), 2- proverbial expressions ("Ho‘okahi nō koa nui / Nāna e.
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