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A mele for Kalakaua, 1874.

A Song for the King.

(This below is a mele sung by the students of the school run by the Catholic Roman Nuns, before the Alii, the King, when He went to see them on this past Sunday, February 22.) 154 more words

Alii

A timely mele, 1919.

HE MELE OLIOLI.

Mo’a Unounoo Puna i ke akua wahine,
Mo’a ma-kaali ka ohia o Moeawakea;
Ke nana aku ia Halaaniani,
Lohe mai ka papa ale ka pahoehoe; 87 more words

Mele

More from the mele aloha aina by G. K. Keawehaku, 1919.

Me he punohu ula la,
No Alenuihaha oluna ae;
Me he onohi ahiahi la,
No Alalakeiki oluna ae;
Me he ua nonoula la,
No Naeheehe oluna ae; 112 more words

Aloha Aina

Section of a sweet mele aloha aina by Gabriel K. Keawehaku, 1919.

Me he lena-alani la o ka Mamo,
Me he ula-weo la o ka Iiwi,
Me he ula-uli la o ka Apapane,
Me he omaomao la o ka O-u, 59 more words

Aloha Aina

Nice mele for famed cowboy Ikua Purdy by a woman living in the Mormon colony, Iosepa, Utah, 1908.

HE WEHI NO IUKA PURDY .

Kamaaina au no Kohala-loko,
No na pali ku’i o Honokane;
He kupa mai au no Kohala-waho
Aina kaulana he Nailima. 182 more words

Mele

Another mele for the bracing waters of Kalena, 1929.

Wai Hui Kalena

1 Auhea wale ana hoi oe
E ka noe lipo i ka nahele
Lipolipo i ke oho o ka palai
Hoapili o ka Ulalena… 81 more words

Mele

Patriotic mele calling out to the entire archipelago, 1894.

E OLA HAWAII I KE AKUA.

Lehua e, Lehua hoi
Pehea o Kaula au i ke kai
Hookoloia a i Niihau
Ke kupua Kilioe noho i ka pali… 276 more words

Aloha Aina