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  1. Let's Hula! Hula schools and other businesses thrive as Japan's young and old take up Hawaiian dance. (Japan Journal).(Brief Article): An article from: Hawaii Business by Dawn Matus, 2002-08-01
  2. Nā Hula O Hawaiʻi: The songs and dances of the Beamer family (Hawaiian bicentennial library) by Winona Beamer, 1976
  3. Hula Pahu: Hawaiian Drum Dances - Vol. II The Pahu: Sounds of Power (Bishop Museum Bulletins in Anthropology 3) by Elizabeth Tatar, 1993-01-01
  4. The Hawaiian scene: grass skirts and dancing geckos.(DANCE MATTERS): An article from: Dance Magazine by Carol Egan, 2006-04-01
  5. The Hawaiian hula-dance by Martha Warren Beckwith, 1916
  6. Dance in the Society and Hawaiian Islands as presented by the early writers, 1767-1842 (University of Hawaii) by Mazeppa King Costa, 1951
  7. Traditionalists, innovators, and dance competitions: Aspects of preservation and transformation in Hawaiian dance by Amy K Sullivan, 1989
  8. Hawaiian warriors' Dance by schaum John W, 1965
  9. Halau hula o Missouri: Hawaiian Hula and Lei-making in Missouri featuring master artist John Kaleiowaiapua Kumia (Masters & their traditional arts) by Dana Everts-Boehm, 1999
  10. Hula kahiko (Dance fantasy) by Vikilani, 1994
  11. Hula kahiko choreographies (Dance fantasy) by Vikilani, 1994
  12. Hawaiian chant -: Its developing role in music education, by Beverly A Mendheim, 1972
  13. Hula: Hawaiian Proverbs and Inspirational Quotes Celebrating Hula in Hawaii
  14. PALS (play and learn sessions): an innovative child care program for Hawaiians.: An article from: JOPERD--The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance by Kalani Wong, 1998-01-01

101. The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
The hawaiian Volcano Observatory The hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) is part of the Volcano Hazards Program of the U.S. Geological Survey. HVO's origins are rooted in a desire to use scientific

102. Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Recordings By Dancing Cat Records
Read more about hawaiian slack key guitar. Dancing Cat Records releases are produced by George Winston, hawaiian Music s Next Generation Thursday, May 20, Eugene
Ki ho'alu (slack key) is the name for the finger-style guitar tradition unique to Hawaii. First introduced the island culture by Hawaiian cowboys in the early 1800s, this evocative world music is characterized by a variety of tunings and the wealth of deep feelings each individual artist brings to the music.
We invite you to join us in our exploration of ki ho'alu, a major cultural legacy. Read more about Hawaiian slack key guitar.
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103. Belly Dance Mirage

104. Hawai'i Federation Of Square Dance Clubs
Hawaii Federation Of Square dance Clubs. P. O. Box 1, Pearl For the most current dance information, call our Hot Line (808 member of. Square and Round dance Associations Webring
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105. Dancing Bear Way - Hawaiian Huna And Huna Reiki
dancing dear alternative healing. Huna and Huna Reiki. hawaiian Spiritual Healing hawaiian spiritual healing, known as Huna, means secret .

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Hawaiian spiritual healing, known as Huna, means "secret". It is an energy system that places as much emphasis on connecting with your spirituality as it does on connecting to the earth, your body, and your emotions. Huna teaches us to celebrate life on the physical plane, to merge matter and spirit rather than transcendence of the physical plane. The Hawaiian Huna Philosophy This ancient tradition believes that the key to living a fulfilled life lies in the awakening and integration of your subconscious or lower self, the conscious or middle self, and the spiritual or higher self. It offers us a profoundly beautiful philosophy of life centered in love with the vision of humankind, nature, and the divine as harmonious parts of a cosmic community. Huna is much more than a philosophy, it is a way of life that gives us a set of practices that are simple yet, profoundly transformational.

106. Belly Dance By Yasmin (314) 504-4867
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107. Hawaiian Islander Girls
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108. Honolulu Star-Bulletin Features
I call it a growing process. That s very hawaiian. In our halau it takes about four years to get the style and hang of it all so that a dancer is versatile.
Photos by Craig T. Kojima, Star-Bulletin
In this photo sequence, Kami Kamakahukilani Goeas of
Halau Hula Olana, performs hula choreography
for the expression, "see."
The choreography of hula
melds hands, feet, hips
an entire body in motion
By Catherine Kekoa Enomoto
Star-Bulletin WHILE you're keeping your eyes on the hands, Aunty Mae Loebenstein is focusing on the feet. "I'm a feet person," said the kumu hula, whose Ka Pa Hula O Kauanoe O Wa'ahila performs at the 34th annual Merrie Monarch Festival hula competition this weekend. "You dance with your feet. You don't dance with your hands really. It's your feet that take you around, not your hands." Hula choreography is about more than hands. It can embrace feet as well as lyrical body motions reflecting nature, and dynamic change in the pursuit of perfection. "When you put your feet down strong, you control your body for the hula," said the 85-year-old doyenne who's been crafting dances for more than six decades. "But if you're on your toes, you're kinda little wobbly, yeah." She teaches dancers to plant both feet flat and sway into their steps. She emphasizes a natural, controlled hip movement, as if dancers are floating across the stage. The feet don't skid, they don't tap, they don't jerk. The torso is pa'a (not bobbing) and hand movements are very subtle.

109. HAWAIIAN MUSIC LYRICS & CHORDS -- Kanikapila! Let's Play Music! E Hîmeni! Sing!
hawaiian Music Lyrics Chords http// Updated Spring, 2000. Huapala hawaiian Music and Hula Archives. OnSite URLs
Updated: Spring, 2000 By learning the meaning of the words,
your Hawaiian cultural experience - be it hula or song
is bound to be more inspired and meaningful! By far, the most extensive collection of Hawaiian songs with English translations is: Huapala: Hawaiian Music and Hula Archives On-Site URLs: Off-Site URLs: Sheet Music Resources: Hawaiian Music Midi Files: A special mahalo to the those above, who have devoted countless hours of time and effort in creating their lyrics, sheet music, and midi websites, besides the concentrated effort and patience that is required to transcribe and translate the lyrics, so others may enjoy Hawaiian music more fully. They are true Spirits of Aloha.
Ka A`o Loko - Inspiration
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