W14 Music 160 Week 5 lesson 2

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(recorded
ca.
1906)
 •  Similar
Western
influences
 –  Form
 –  Harmony
 –  Melodic
contour
 –  Instrumenta+on •  Similar
Hawaiian
influences
 –  Hawaiian
language
 –  Text
is
a
a
type
of
mele
(place‐name/love
chant)
 “Moanalua”
 (note:
repe++on
of
lines)
 At
Moanalua,
the
shaj
 I
Moanalua,
ha‘i
ke
‘au,
 breaks,
 I
Kahau
‘iki,
hemo
ka
‘umoki.
 At
Kahau‘ike,
take
out
the
 cork.
 ‘O
ke
kula
loa,
ho‘i
o
Kalihi,
 ‘O
Ka‘iwi’ula,
kiki‘i
pau.
 The
long
plain
of
Kalihi,
 Tilts
back
at
Ka‘iwi‘ula.
 ‘O
Kapalama,
lo‘i
loiki,
 I
Keone‘ula,
malu
ke
kiawe.
 At
Kapalama,
rice
patches,
 At
Keone‘ula
kiawe
tree
 shade.
 ‘O
Leleo
a
he
loko
wai,
 Ha‘alili‐a‐manu
honi
kaua.
 At
Leleo,
a
pond,
 At
Ha‘alili‐a‐manu,
we...
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