St. Catherine's Choir - "Hawaii Ponoi" Commemorating Admission Day August 21, 1959 download mp3 album
Israel Kaʻanoʻi Kamakawiwoʻole (May 20, 1959 – June 26, 1997) also called Bruddah Iz or IZ, was a Native Hawaiian singer-songwriter, musician, and Hawaiian sovereignty activist. He achieved commercial success outside Hawaii when his album Facing Future was released in 1993. His medley of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World" was released on his albums Ka ʻAnoʻi and Facing Future. It was subsequently featured in several films, television programs, and television commercials.
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Hawaii State of Hawaii ORIGIN OF STATE NAME: Unknown. The name may stem from Hawaii Loa, traditional discoverer of the islands, or from Hawaiki, the traditional Polynesian homeland. NICKNAME: The Aloha State. ENTERED UNION: 21 August 1959 (50th). MOTTO: Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness). COAT OF ARMS: The heraldic shield of the Hawaiian kingdom is flanked by the figures of Kamehameha I, who united the islands, and Liberty, holding the Hawaiian flag.
This first performance of the Royal Hawaiian band introduced "Hymn to Kamehameha I "which Berger re-wrote for the first celebration of King Kamehameha Day. The melody was based on the Prussian hymn originally titled "Heil Dir Im Siegerkranz". The words by King David Kalākaua was set to the Hymn to Kamehameha I in 1874, and was first sung by the Kawaiahaʻo Church Choir, on King Kalākaua& birthday, Nov. 16, 1874. The King made a state visit to Japan on March 4, 1881, and was received lavishly by Emperor Mutsuhito.
Kawaiahao Church Choir. A1d. –Dr. Harold S. Komura. Dedication album for Hawaii statehood, held on March 13, 1959. Each side contains one long track.
Hawaii Ponoi (Choir). Pua Carnation, Pua Tuberose. Hawaii Aloha (CD, Album). The Kawaiahao Church Choir.
ENTERED UNION: 21 August 1959 (50th). OFFICIAL SEAL: Same as coat of arms, with the words "State of Hawaii 1959" above and the state motto below. BIRD: Nene (Hawaiian goose). FLOWER: Pua aloalo (yellow hibiscus). Kuykendall, Ralph . and A. Grove Day. Hawaii: A History-From Polynesian Kingdom to American State.
State Song: Hawaii Ponoi. Hawaii's own true sons, be loyal to your chief. Hawaii -. by justin & alyse. when did hawaii become a state?. hawaii became the 50th state on august 21, Hawaii -. riko osila, marleen varblas, sergei kaasik jõgeva Ühisgümnaasium tutor: maive kase. Hawaii’s Physician Workforce: Update -. healthcare association of hawaii may 20, 2011.
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NotesHawaii's Official State Song — Limited Pressing
Presented by the famed St. Catherine's Choir, Kapaa, Kauai