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Various Artists - Aloha Festivals Hawaiian Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 3 Artist: Various Artists
Title: Aloha Festivals Hawaiian Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 3
Category: Traditional

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Catalog #: CD259


Titles:
Tracks with links play Real Audio Real Audio Clip and/or MP3 samples mp3 icon

1. I Ali`I No `Oe / Yodel Song (Le`a Kukona-Pacheco) mp3 sample
2. La`Ieikawai (Lopaka Kanahele)
3. Nawiliwili (Chan Abenes)
4. Kane`Ohe (Le`a Kukona-Pacheco)
5. A He Nani Moloka`i (Clyde "Kindy" Sproat) mp3 sample
6. Ka Pili Oha (Lopaka Kanahele)
7. Ka Nani O Ka Pali (Bulla Kailiwai) Real Audio Clip
8. Pauoa Liko Ka Lehua (Le`a Kukona-Pacheco)
9. I Ka Wao (Lopaka Kanahele) Real Audio Clip
10. Hula O Makee (Le`a Kukona-Pacheco)
11. Blue Darlin' (Frank B Shaner) Real Audio Clip
12. Mele Hinalea (Cody Pueo Pata) mp3 sample

Other albums of the artist(s) -or- related albums:

Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 1Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 2Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 4Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 5Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 6Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 7Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 8Falsetto Contest Winners... Best Of..


Comments: Hawaiian falsetto singing (leo ki`eki`e) is one of Hawai`i's greatest contributions to musical culture. Usually performed by men, singers mesmerize the listener with their skillful vocal changes up to the highest registers with their voices, performimg difficult musical stretches with ease and delight. Today's distinctive Hawaiian falsetto singing has numerous origins: early Island chants (mele oli), Christian hymns, songs and yodeling of immigrant cowboys. These influences inspired Hawaiians to create their own unique musical expression which has become a tradition of its own.

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