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  1. Stature and Body Proportions of Children of Hawaiian Ancestry.(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included): An article from: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
  2. Body Dimensions and Overweight Problems of Children of Hawaiian Ancestry.(Brief Article): An article from: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
  3. Intermediate Hawaiian Dancing by Vicki Corona, 1989-07
  4. Hawaiian Implements 2: Uli'uli & Ili'ili (Book & DVD w/Dance Demo) by Vicki Corona, 1989-07-14
  5. The Hawaiian hula by Carol Ramelb, 1976
  6. Heartbeat of Hawaii (Alan Houghton's Photographic Hula Collection) by Alan Houghton, 1998
  7. Unwritten literature of Hawaii;: The sacred songs of the hula. Collected and translated, with notes and an account of the hula (Tut books) by Nathaniel Bright Emerson, 1972
  8. Images of the hula by Boone Morrison, 1983
  9. Hawaiian hulas by Jennifer Greenwood, 1938
  10. The Hawaiian hula: [authentic techniques for teachers and students] by Margueríte Kuuípolaní Duane, 1976
  11. The ancient Hawaiian hula by Joseph Campbell, 1946
  12. The Garland of God Kane: Comic Opera in Two Acts from a Hawaiian Myth by Harvey Hess, 1992-06
  13. Na Mele Hula: A Collection of Hawaiian Hula Chants (Na Mele Hula) by Nona Beamer, 1987-10
  14. Children of Hawaii (2005 Calendar)

21. The Barefoot Hawaiian
Polynesian entertainment in Chicago area. Featuring dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa, including the Samoan Fire Knife dance. Details and contact information provided.

22. Maui Nightlife - Hawaiian Lu'au - Hawaiian Feast - Hula Dance
Maui nightlife and culture activity Hawaii Lu au (Hawaii Luau), Polynesian Revues, hula dance, hawaiian feast.
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23. LOTUS Home Page
Offering classes in Indian, Burmese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, African and hawaiian dance.

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24. Hawaiian Dance & Cultural Arts
hawaiian dance Cultural Arts. The Center offers daily entertainment, lessons and art. For further information, contact the hawaiian dance Cultural Arts.
169 Mercer St.
New York, N.Y. 10012
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25. The Cocontyrls > Home ( DNN 1.0.10 )
hawaiian music, dance, and event listings, rebroadcast of the Pau Hana radio show, plus a hula halau and hawaiian band directory.
Home Halau Directory Band Directory Event Calendar Help ... Login June 08, 2004 Weather Welcome to the Cocontyrls Hawaiian Music, Dance and Event Listings for the San Francisco Bay Area
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26. Hula
Hula dance and hawaiian Cultural Sightseeing Trip. July of 2004. Specific Dates to be Announced. At the time when the earth became hot
Hula Dance and Hawaiian Cultural Sightseeing Trip July of 2004 Specific Dates to be Announced "At the time when the earth became hot At the time when the heavens turned about At the time when the sun was darkened To cause the moon to shine At the time of the rise of the Pleiades The slime, this was the source of the earth The source of darkness that made darkness The source of night that made night The intense darkness, deepest darkness Darkness of the day, darkness of the night Nothing but night The night gave birth Born in the night was Kumulipo, a male Born in the night was Po'ele, a female..." And so it goes, the hauntingly beautiful Hawaiian Chan t of Creation, composed by the royal ancestors Hawai'i's beloved queen, Lili'uokalani. This magnificent, ancient masterpiece is one of Hawai'i's many cultural treasures. In its greatest treasure, the Hula, lies the heart of the Hawaiian culture. Sacred, sensual, and powerful, the hula has been cherished by the Hawaiian people throughout the ages. It is an extraordinary dance to which there is no equal. All who are fortunate enough to experience this very special dance come to admire its unique beauty and respect its awesome power. Through the Hula, along with the rhythm of poetic chants and the earthy music of the pahu, ipu, uli uli and other instruments, the dancer transcends time. As the solomn, mystical movements of the ancient hula flow through her body, she becomes lost in the past, in a time when beloved gods and goddesses ruled over the enchanted isles, bringing Old Hawai’i once again to life.

27. E Komo Mai
Polynesian and hawaiian dance group serving the community since 1972. Features information on events and shows performed, schedule, history, guestbook, and contacts.

28. Aloha Hawaiian Music And Dance Camp
Aloha hawaiian Music and dance Camp June 2026, 2004 Kaupoa Beach Village, Moloka`i with The Beamer Family and Friends Keola Beamer • Slack Key Guitar
June 20-26, 2004
Kaupoa Beach Village
on the magical Island of Moloka`i
The camp is Sold Out!! Mahalo for your support!
Bookmark this page for updates and announcements. Please use the registration form to get on our mailing list for next year.
Announcing the Aloha Camp Store
Visit our new on-line store to order T-shirts, tote bags, mugs and other handy items featuring Peggy Chun's delightful watercolor "There's music in the air."
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Click the image to go to the Camp Store. "The best experience of my life. The spirit of the place and the divine aloha of the people quickly created what truly felt like a big family ." Aloha Hawaiian Music and Dance Camp
June 20-26, 2004
Kaupoa Beach Village, Moloka`i
The Beamer Family and Friends
`Ukulele Master Byron Yasui
Build Your Own `Ukulele
with Big Island Luthier Dennis Lake!
Camp Store About Instructors Facilities Camp Life Registration Contact Join us for a week long immersion into the music and culture of Old Hawai`i in an incomparable setting right on the beach on the magical Island of Moloka`i. Study with the Masters of the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar, learn the dances and songs that give life to the land, explore Hawaiian language and culture.

29. Prince Pele's Polynesian Revue Hawaiian Polynesian Dancers Including Samoan Swor
hawaiian Polynesian dancers including Samoan Sword Firedance and audience participation with a Variety dance Band located in Jacksonville, Florida.
Performing since 1973. Based out of Jacksonville, Florida. Travel with Prince Pele and his Polynesian Revue on a musical journey through the South Pacific islands featuring a talented cast of singers, musicians and dancers. Hang Loose and relax as they perform songs and dances in a fun-filled "luau" atmosphere. Join the fun as the dancers teach willing volunteers "how to hula" and "gather the tropical fruits". Witness the dynamic performance as the show culminates with a spell binding Samoan Sword Fire Dance. Then enjoy dancing to the variety sounds of the LOCAL MOTION Variety Dance Band designed by ~LET US ENTERTAIN YOU~

30. In Step Studio - Multi Cultural Dance Studio, Tallahassee, Florida
Tallahassee, Florida Schedules, information on the kinds of dance offered at studio adult and children's classes. Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Tumbling, Flamenco, Irish Step, Middle Eastern hawaiian Hula.
In Step Studio
Tallahassee, Florida
The purpose of this studio is to promote understanding of cultures from around the world through dance, exercise, and music. We provide classes for children in ballet, tap, jazz, Hawaiian Hula and Spanish fusion. Our classes for adults include Middle Eastern, Flamenco, Hawaiian and Tahitian.
Children ages 3 to 5, Monday 4:30-5:20
Children ages 6 to 14, Monday 5:30-6:20.
A brand new venture for In Step Studio: American Tribal Style dance taught by Jennifer Secrist Goran in the style of Fat Chance Belly Dance. Jennifer has extensive training in the style and we are fortunate to have her expertise with In Step Studio. American Tribal Style dance classes. Web site requires Flash player.

In Step Studio Hafla / Luau, Tallahassee, June 26th.
Raffa and Baraka Dance Company in Gainesville, Florida, July 16-18. Contact Global Dance Arts
The studio is home to Troupe Arabesque , a Middle Eastern Dance troupe and The Mau'oli'oli Dancers , a Polynesian dance troupe. Both of these troupes are available as professional entertainers for family oriented, private parties and public performances.
To receive updates on classes, workshops and performances by e-mail, send an email to

31. Hawaiianischer Hula Tanz In Deutschland, Österreich, Der Schweiz Und Auf Hawaii
Translate this page Kauai, Big Island, Ukulele, steel-guitar, slide sound, polynesische Musik, polynesischer Tanz, Bastrock,Hula, Hula-Tanz, Hula-dance, hawaiian-Hula, hawaiian
Herzlich Willkommen auf der Original-Homepage von Gabriele Streuer ´s Happy Hawaiian Hula Workshops. In Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz und auf Hawaii können Sie von professionellen Hula-Trainerinnen und Meisterinnen den Hula-Tanz erlernen und in die Geheimnisse Hawaii´s eingeweiht werden. Links zu unseren einzelnen Seiten: Aktuelles aus Hawaii und rund um den Hawaiian Hula Aktuelles aus Hawaii und rund um den Hawaiian Hula Dolphin-Retreats - Schwimmen mit wilden Delfinen Hula Trainerin Gabriele ... Hula-Workshops Keywords: Der Hula Hula verkörpert die Lebenskraft. Er verbindet mit dem Universum und eint mit dessen Kraft.
"Spirituelles Bewegungs- und Klangritual zur Verehrung der Gottheiten und um besondere Anlässe zeremoniell zu begehen"
Scott Cunningham
Hula ist eine Methode, die Geschichte der Menschen und ihrer Götter aufzuzeichnen und wiederzugeben.
Spaß für Menschen und Götter.
Die genauen Ursprünge des Hula liegen im dunkeln. Es wird davon gesprochen, dass der Hula zuerst auf der Insel Moloka'i eingeführt wurde.
Von einer Frau mit dem Namen La'ila'i, die sich vor ca. 1000 Jahren in Ka'ana auf dem Gipfel des Mauna Loa ansiedelte. Laka, eine direkte Nachfahrin von La'ila'i wurde eine der herausragenden Tänzerinnen der Familie. Nach anderer Überlieferung ist Laka nur ein anderer Name von La'ila'i. Sie bereiste alle hawaiianischen Inseln, um andere an ihrem Talent teilhaben zu lassen.

32. Home
Traditional hawaiian dance taught in a traditional hawaiian atmosphere. Kumu Kuuipo KanamuGrube, a 5th generation hula dancer with more than 35 years experience, located in San Diego, California.
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HALAU HULA O KE'ALA LAUA'E San Diego, California
Welcome, this is the home page of Halau Hula O Ke'ala Laua'e. Feel free to browse our website and visit us anytime.
Our Mission
Since 1991 the Federal Census Bureau has reported that there are more people of native-hawaiian ancestry residing in the Southern California & Nevada, than anywhere else in the world, including the State of Hawaii and the numbers are increasing. It is the mission of this halau to provide those who are interested with an education in the history, sociology, language, song and dance of the native inhabitants of the hawaiian island group located in the Polynesian triangle of South Pacific. To share the concepts of "Aloha and Lokahi" in a fun and wholesome, traditionally-hawaiian atmosphere. We emphasize in reaching out to those displaced Kanaka-ma'ole in the mainland, with the hope of instilling in them the desire to return home and reclaim their heritage and homelands.
Halau Hula o Ke’ala Laua’e first opened its doors in 1989 and was founded by Douglas and Kuuipo Grube (a husband and wife team).

33. Music Of Hawaii: Dance, Instruments, And Songs
But there is now an increased interest in preserving the beauty and grace of hawaiian dance, chant, and instruments among hawaiians.
Music of Hawaii: Dance, Instruments, and Songs
Long ago, the Hawaiian storytelling dance form known as hula was an important vehicle for the oral history and religion of the Polynesian people of Hawaii. After almost disappearing during the mid-1800s (because of outside influences), hula dancing is once again an integral part of the culture of the Hawaiian people who celebrate their island ancestry.
Many hula dances involve movement set to chanted or sung poetry with instruments. The whole body is used in the dance, but the arm and hand movements tell the story. Hula dances often feature some kind of musical instrument or a combination of instruments. Some dances are performed without instruments; in this case the dancers might use their hands as percussion instruments.
Native Hawaiian instruments are generally constructed from natural materials found in the island environment, such as seashells, bamboo, logs, gourds, coconut shells, animal skins and teeth, and rocks. The following lists some Hawaiian instruments:
The conch shell is a large seashell played like a ceremonial fanfare trumpet. When blown strongly, it can be heard for miles.

34. Great Performances . Educational Resources . Hawaiian Traditions: Dance, Chant,
The students will watch a video production of dance IN AMERICA HOLO MAI PELE. on varied topics, and learn about the role nature plays in hawaiian culture.
The arts play a vital role in maintaining cultural traditions. The purpose of this lesson is to give students an understanding of the culture of Hawaii through an exploration of "mele oli" (chant) and "mela hula" (dance). The students will watch a video production of DANCE IN AMERICA: HOLO MAI PELE. Students will explore the legends of Hawaii, assess different sources of information on varied topics, and learn about the role nature plays in Hawaiian culture. Through the varied lesson activities, students will be encouraged to examine how culture is preserved through the arts.
1. Students will conduct research on Hawaii and evaluate varied resources.
2. Students will explore the role of myths in Hawaiian culture.
3. Students will explore the role of nature in Hawaiian culture.
4. Students will gain an understanding of the role of the arts in the preservation of culture.

35. Great Performances . Educational Resources . Hawaiian Traditions: Dance, Chant,
skit, a Web site, an exhibit, a drawing, an essay, instruction in dance steps, a for students to gain an understanding of the role of nature in hawaiian culture
Activity One

The purpose of this activity is to provide students with background knowledge on Hawaii. They will also compare different sources of information.
1. Write the word "Hawaii" in a circle on the board. Ask the students to brainstorm what they know about the topic of Hawaii. List all information suggested. Create categories based on the students' knowledge.
2. Divide the class into small groups and ask the students to create a list of different ways one could conduct research on Hawaii based on the ideas generated above and their own specific interests.
3. Each group should then conduct research on topics of its choice using a variety of different sources. Ask each group to share with the class how it went about collecting information, how effective different sources were, and the results of its research.
4. Compile a class suggestion list of tips on the best ways to conduct research based on the students' investigations. Post the list as a shared resource in the classroom.
Activity Two
The purpose of this activity is to provide students with background information on the Legend of Pele and Hiiakas. This information will enhance their understanding of the performance of DANCE IN AMERICA: HOLO MAI PELE.

36. Philippine Dance Pictures, Thai, Hawaiian
Thai, Philippine hawaiian dance, Pictures. by group, hawaiian dance (by hawaiian Cultures School, Halau Ho omau I Ka Wai Ola O Hawaii)
by Keith Stanley
The Smithsonian's Natural History Museum featured an evening of traditional Asian dance on May 16, 2003. Dances from Thailand, the Philippines, and Hawaii were performed by dancers in traditional dress from local (Washington, DC) dance groups. Thai dance (performed by the Somapa Thai Dance Company): Traditional Thai Serng dance from Esan region Serng dance from Esan region Philippine dance (performed by the Pilipino American Cultural Arts Society): Jota Manilena Buslo - Headbasket Slave dancer Musicians Singkil Singkil Singkil Singkil Garland dancers Pandanggo Sa Ilaw Tinikling group Hawaiian dance (by Hawaiian Cultures School, Halau Ho'omau I Ka Wai Ola O Hawaii Hawaiian dance the children perform More Asian Dance/Performance at Smithsonian I welcome any questions or comments at Here are some links to others of my pages: West Coast Washington, DC New York City Las Vegas New Mexico Michigan Winter Hawaii Hong Kong Singapore Thailand Bali London Home Page

37. Hawaiian Music And Culture In The New York City Metro Area
Classes Beginning Hula1 This introduction to traditional hawaiian dance concentrates on basic hula auana (modern) movements and aspects of the hawaiian
Hawaiian Music and Culture
in the New York City Metro Area
Concerts and
Events Hula Instruction Entertainers ... Hawaiian/Polynesian Stores
Concerts and Events
Hawai'i Cultural Foundation Presents the Second Annual Pacifika New York Hawaiian Film Festival (NYHFF)
The Hawai'i Cultural Foundation (HCF) will exhibit the rich cultural heritage of Hawai'i and the Pacific Islands preserved through film and video in the second annual Pacifika New York Hawaiian Film Festival (NYHFF).
Dates: Friday to Sunday May 21-23, 2004
Friday, May 21, 2004 Opening Night Event with Robert Cazimero Location:
Tisch School of the Arts Theaters Web: Info: Hawai'i Cultural Foundation

Annual Central Park Picnic
sponsored by the Hawaii Cultural Foundation Started in 1985, the picnic has grown from a gathering of a handful of homesick Hawaiians to more than 300 Hawai'i transplants and adoptees. Come talk story, meet the NY Hawaii community, get ono grinds, dance the hula and play some music ... Hawaiian style! Date: Sunday, June 6, 2004

38. Hawaiian Music And Culture In The Greater Boston And New England Area
implements. Since hula is a storytelling dance and an integral part of hawaiian music, translations of the songs will be provided.
Hawaiian Music and Culture in the Greater Boston and New England Area
Concerts and
Events Organizations/Clubs Cultural Centers ... Hula Instruction
Concerts and Events
May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii at the Children's Museum Boston!

Wili (weave) a ti leaf lei, listen to Hawaiian music, and learn about how keiki (children) celebrate this special day in Hawaii. E komo mai!
Date: Saturday, May 1, 2004 Time: Noon to 3 PM Akamai Brain Collective plays keiki tunes and sing-a-long! Hawaiian storytelling with keiki hula performance Lei-making and display Canoe presentation / Mele by 2 keikis (children) "Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride" Location: The Children's Museum
300 Congress St
Boston, MA 02210 Info: The Children's Museum

Let's Go Hawaiian! Exhibition
at the American Textile History Museum
Hawaiian shirts (also known as Aloha shirts), have become the recognized symbol of this tropical paradise. The bold, colorful patterns illustrate the lifestyle, culture, flowers, foliage and heritage of the Hawaiian Islands. The American Textile History Museum presents a special exhibition, Let's Go Hawaiian from January to June, 2004. It is a fanciful look at our fascination with Hawaii, its influence on mainstream culture, and a lighthearted exploration of the cult of the Hawaiian shirt.

39. Truth About Trade & Technology - Hawaiian Hula- A Biotech Dance
Kleckner Speaks Out, 7/25/2003. hawaiian Hula A Biotech dance,

40. Halau Hula Ka No`eau And Hawai`i Arts Ensemble
Included is a handson demonstration of hawaiian instruments and its use within the dance; hawaiian chant styles and techniques.
... INFORMANCE We are a traditional halau. Our roots are embedded in the ceremonies of the 'uniki , a hula graduation and rite of passage where knowledge is passed by the teacher to the students, and titles are earned by the students when a certain level is attained. The dance style of the halau is called "hula ku`i" , a term associated with the dance style of the late Hula Master Maiki Aiu Lake. Known as the "Martha Graham" of hula and the "Mother of the Hawaiian Renaissance," Mrs. Lake's styling reflects the gentle mannerisms and courtly dances of the Hawaiian Monarchy during the late 1800's. Artistic Director, Kumu Hula:
Michael Pili Pang studied dance under Hula Master Maiki Aiu Lake and Mae Kamamalu Klein, also a protege of Ma`iki Aiu Lake. His knowledge as a chanter comes from Master Chanter Pualani Kanakaole Kanahele. Together, Kanahele and Pang were the first to receive a Master/Apprentice grant to study chanting through the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Folk Arts Program. Mr. Pang's training makes him a resource for emerging hula instructors and choreographers today. Halau Hula Ka No`eau is dedicated to educating and promoting Hawaiian dance by supporting and maintaining high quality traditional hula performances. The goals of this company are to strengthen hula and increase it's audience; to present hula that is artistically and culturally correct;

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