A traditional chant set to music by Winona Beamer and her grandmother, Helen Desha Beamer. The song was featured in the documentary Listen to the Forest to emphasize the importance of mālama ʻāina. The song story discusses native Hawaiian tree snails, their movements and the sounds they make, reminding us to listen to the sounds and music of the forest as indicators of its health and wellbeing.
- lyrics and translations
- song story
- educational questions
- music sheets
- resources from Kamae archive
Listen with Lyrics
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.