|"Hula is the art of Hawaiian
dance, expressing all we see,
hear, smell, taste, touch and
---Aunti Maiki Aiu Lake
|Kumu Kehau dances a tribute to
her father and her Kumu Hula
Pili Correa (Arizona Aloha
|'Olelo No'eau 1261 (M. Pukui):
I ulu no ka lala i ke kumu.
The branches grow because of
(Without our ancestors, we would
not be here.)
Me ka mana'o aloha o ku'u Kumu
Hula Pili Correa (1953-2008),
a me ku'u makuakane aloha
Arizona Aloha Festival
VIEW A WONDERFUL 4-MINUTE VIDEO
COLLAGE OF OUR PERFORMANCE AT
THE ALOHA FESTIVAL HERE.
CLICK ON THIS LINK:
Mahalo to Light Form Films for the incredibly
touching video production.
Mahalo to Mountain Apple Company for Jon de
Mello's lilting production of the album "Wonderful
World" by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole with full
Mahalo to composers of the beautiful song E Ku'u
Morning Dew, Music by Eddie and Myrna Kamae,
Lyrics by Larry Kimura.
Arizona Aloha Festival
Mahalo nui loa to Carl of Light Form Films
for producing the following 10-1/2 minute
video of our hula performance at the
March 13-14 Festival. For more information
about their services, please visit
To view this video clip, click on this link
Mahalo to Ho'okena for their beautiful recording of
"He Hawai'i Au", composed by Ron Rosha and
Peter Moon. Producer Ho'omau, Inc.
Mahalo to Na Leo Pilimehana for their fun and
upbeat version of "Ku'u Hoa",from their album
"Find Harmony", song composed by Francis Pono
|VIDEO OF THE 2011 ARIZONA ALOHA FESTIVAL featuring our performance of "Mo'olele",
written by Uncle Ned Lindsey, and recorded by Makaha Sons of Ni'ihau can be viewed by
clicking on the website below. Mahalo nui loa to Carl of Light Form Films and to all who
made this possible!
|VIDEO OF THE 2012 ARIZONA ALOHA FESTIVAL, with scenes from our lei session and
hula performance, courtesy of Carl of Light Form Films can be viewed here by clicking on
this link (10 minutes). Mahalo nui loa to all who participated and made these precious
|Video clip of our 2013 Arizona Aloha Festival activities and
performance, courtesy of Carl at Light Form Films (14
minutes)--click here. Feel the aloha and joy in this
presentation! Mahalo to all!
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