Written by Mary Kawena Pukui and Myrna Kamae and set to music by Eddie Kamae. The story recounts an unforgettable jeep trip they took to the significant places of Kawena’s childhood in Kaʻū where she shared stories of her early life with her grandmother. This song marked a pivotal point in Eddie’s journey as it awakened him to the connection among places, names, history, meaning, and experience.
- lyrics and translations
- song story
- educational questions
- music sheets
- resources from Kamae archive
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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.