Composed by Queen Liliʻuokalani and arranged by Eddie Kamae. The song is about the beauty of Hanakeoki and a romantic relationship there. This was a signature song of the Sons of Hawaiʻi, played in nearly every set. The story explains how Eddie loved the Queen’s music and reflects on the distinct sound, look, and approach of the Sons in the 1970s.
- lyrics and translations
- song story
- educational questions
- music sheets
- resources from Kamae archive
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Watch Video Clips on YouTube and ʻUluʻulu
YouTube videos are documentary clips and full song performances.
ʻUluʻulu videos link to short preview clips from raw footage.
To explore more of our digitized collections of raw footage with ʻUluʻulu, visit:
Hawaiian Legacy Foundation: Eddie & Myrna Kamae.