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Eddie & Myrna Kamae - Hawaiian Legacy Series - Keepers Of The Flame DVD Artist: Eddie & Myrna Kamae - Hawaiian Legacy Series
Title: Keepers Of The Flame
Category: DVD / Documentary

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Catalog #: DVD36  

Running Time: 60 Min.


The Cultural Legacy Of Three Hawaiian Women


Other Albums of Eddie Kamae / Sons Of Hawai`i - or related titles:
The Folk Music of Hawai`i CD #69 , Sons of Hawai`i CD #436, The Best Of The Sons Of Hawai`i CD #389, The Heart Of Ukulele CD #406 Yesterday & Today CD #710, Yesterday & Today Vol 2CD #826, Eddie Kamae & FriendsCD #559, Christmas Time with the Sons Of Hawai`i CD #333

Other DVDs by Eddie & Myrna Kamae - Hawaiian Legacy Series -or- related titles:

Words, Earth & Aloha DVD #20 , Lahaina: Waves Of Change DVD #34, The History of the Sons Of Hawai`i DVD #13 , Listen To The Forest DVD #41 One Kine Hawaiian Man : Luther Kahekili Makekai DVD #38 , Slack Key: The Hawaiian Way DVD #42 , Hawaiian Voices: Bridging Past To Present DVD #43


Comments: This is the story of three extraordinary Hawaiian women who helped revive Hawaiian culture when it was perilously close to being lost. It was a time when the monarchy had been overthrown, the Hawaiian language banned from public places and schools, and the Hawaiian heartbeat of hula forced underground.

Mary Kawena Pukui, `Iolani Luahine and Edith Kanaka`ole combined commitment to Hawaiian history with art and aloha, to reignite the flame of tradition. Each planted seeds of the Hawaiian cultural renaissance. Kawena as a history and language expert, teacher and author, `Iolani as a chanter, cultural icon and "high priestess of hula," and Edith as a songwriter, teacher and founder of the traditional school of hula, Halau O Kekuhi.

The lives of these three great women are described through heartfelt interviews with people who knew them and were influenced by them, along with wonderful archival footage collected throughout the years

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