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Aloha Festivals Winners - Falsetto Contest Vol. 7 Artist: Aloha Festivals Winners
Title: Falsetto Contest Vol. 7
Category: Traditional Falsetto

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Catalog #: CD605


Titles:
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1. Ku`u Ipo Ku`u Aloha Poina `Ole performed by Bill Wynne - mp3 sample
2. `Ulupalakua performed by Ronnie Kaohelaulii - mp3 sample
3. He Nani Helena performed by Hiroshi Okada - mp3 sample
4. Kumu `Ohi`a performed by Benson Kam - mp3 sample
5. Hu`ehu`e performed by Bill Wynne - mp3 sample
6. Aloha Ka`eo performed by Ronnie Kaohelaulii- mp3 sample
7. Noho Paipai performed by Hiroshi Okada - mp3 sample
8. He Aloha No O Honolulu performed by Benson Kam - mp3 sample
9. Kimo Hula performed by Hiroshi Okada - mp3 sample
10. Kawaihae Hula performed by Bill Wynne - mp3 sample
11. None Hula performed by Benson Kam- mp3 sample
12. Kaulana Ni`ihau performed by Ronnie Kaohelaulii- mp3 sample
13. Hawaiian Cowboy performed by Kalei Bridges - mp3 sample


Other albums of the artist(s) -or- related albums:
Falsetto Contest Winners Vol 1Falsetto Contest Winners Vol 2Falsetto Contest Winners Vol 3Falsetto Contest Winners Vol 4Falsetto Contest Winners Vol 5Falsetto Contest Winners Vol 6Falsetto 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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