Kualono Ka Haka ʻUla o Keʻelikōlani

Nā Mele Koleke

He mau mele hīmeni a mele oli kēia e hīmeni a oli ‘ia e ko Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikōlani.

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Nā Mele Oli

He Hale Aloha

He Hale Aloha, He Mele Heahea na nā haumāna a Larry Kimura

He mai, he heahea, he hoʻokipa!
ʻO ko Hilo nei hale lā
He ʻāina hoʻi i ka hālau a ʻĪ
E hoʻokipa nei i ka malihini
A hiki pono mai i o mākou nei.
Nā kamaʻāina e leo nei aʻe kipa mai
He hale aloha kēia aʻe kū nei ē.
He mai, he heahea, he hoʻokipa ē!

Mele Komo

Mele Komo No Ke Kulanui O Hawaiʻi Ma Hilo, na Larry L. Kimura 1994

A uka ho‘i o Waiākea i ka Uluau
Aheahe ana (e) ka hone a ka wai ua.
Ua hiki mai ho‘i me ka mana‘o ē
He wai lani ko Kūlanihāko‘i ē.
He aha ho‘i ko nēia honua lā ē?
He ui ‘ano‘ai e welina aku nei ē.

There above Waiākea in the Uluau breeze
Rustles the soft sound of rain water.
It (the rain) has arrived with the thought that
Kūlanihāko‘i Lake (source of all rain) contains heavenly water.
Now what might the earth have as its own to offer?
This is the question in the greeting I extend to you.

Note: In traditional Hawaiian education, before each meeting of class, students must ask the teacher to accept and teach them. This is in keeping with basic Hawaiian etiquette where one always asks for something, be it a juicy, ripe mango hanging on the tree in someone else's yard or ferns growing in the forest. You ask to enter this class using the mele komo because education is very important; accordingly, poetic language and not everyday speech is used.

Mele Kāhea

He Hālaulani I Ke Ao ʻO Hilo, na Larry Kimura ke mele, na Kalena Silva ka leo

He hālaulani i ke ao ʻo Hilo i ka ua Kanilehua.
ʻO aʻu lehua hoʻi i ke ēulu hoʻolāʻau a nā manu.
Mikʻala ai ka manaʻo e pūpūkahi i o Kulukuluʻā.
ʻAkahi hoʻi a lono aʻe i ka ʻālaʻi a ka Uluau
I ka nenehe mai i ka uluwehi aʻo Waiakea ē.
Eia ke kūhea aku nei i ka mea kipa aʻe komo.
E komo mai hoʻi a hoʻolaʻi me ko Hilo kini nei ē.

Ke Lei Maila ʻO Kaʻula I Ke Kai

He Mele Lei

Ke lei maila ʻo Kaʻula i ke kai, ʻeā
ʻO ka mālamalama o Niʻihau, ua mālie ē.
A mālie, ua pā e ka Inuwai lā,
Ke inu maila nā hala o Naue i ke kai.
No Naue ka hala, no Puna e ka wahine,
No ka lua nō i Kīlauea.

Wahine Lei ʻUla

Wahine Lei ʻUla, Na Haunani Bernardino, No Keʻelikōlani

ʻAʻole nō he lua (e like ai)
Me ka wahine lei ʻula (hīhīmanu)
Hoʻomoe a moe iho (i hoapili)
Kinai ahi lawe pio (a lanakila)
ʻAe, kinai ahi lawe pio a lanakila!

A Luna Au O Maunaloa

A Luna Au o Maunaloa, Mai ka nūpepa Ke Au ‘Oko‘a I Hui ‘Ia, 16 Iune 1883

  1. A luna au o Maunaloa
    Nānā i ke alo o Wahinekapu.
  2. Ke ‘oni a‘e nei i Pu‘uonioni
    Ka pali kapu o Kohoali‘i.
  3. Ka hale noho i Halema‘uma‘u
    Lauahi (e) ka hana a ka wahine.
  4. Ke Kuini nui o Kīlauea
    Nāna i palaina kai o Hilo.
  5. Ke āiwaiwa o nā moku
    ‘Ena‘ena ka lehua i ka hāpapa.
  6. Hā‘ina (e) ka pua i kaulana
    ‘O Keanolani nō he inoa.

He inoa no Keanolani Kanāhoahoa Ke‘elikōlani.

Kūnihi Ka Mauna

Mele Kāhea I Ke Aliʻi Keʻelikōlani

Mele Kāhea I Ke Aliʻi Keʻeikōlani, na Alohalani Housman

‘O ‘oe e ka mea kamaha‘o
He kamahele kū i ka pali
Ka ‘iu nāhoahoa o ke aupuni ē
Ke kūpa‘a e maliu ai ou kini
Kou leo Hawai‘i i Mauliola Hale ē
Kā mākou e pūlama kia‘i nei.
E hea aku ana i ke ali‘i ano lani a‘e (e) komo
E komo mai, ma loko mai ‘oe ē.

Mele Hoʻomoloa Kīhei

No Kahuawaiola

Hoʻomoloa ʻia e ke kīhei a paʻa,
Paʻa ke kāhiko ʻo ka ʻike,
Kū i ka mālamalama o ke ao ʻōlino nei ē.

He Mau Leo Oli

Nā Mele Leo Kūlauna

Ua Ao Hawaiʻi

Ua Ao Hawaiʻi, Na Larry L. Kimura ke mele, na Kalena Silva ka leo oli

Kau e ka wena o ke ao i ka lani
He wekeweke i ka pō pilipuka
He ʻelele o ka ponipnoi hikina
Kau ke kāheʻa wanaʻao i ka ʻālaʻapapa
Laʻi ana i luna o ke kūkulu o ka lani lā
ʻO kaʻu ia e huli alo nei i ka ulu ē
ʻAe, ua ao ē.

Hō mai lā kō mālamalama
I ka honua nei i ka mauli ola
Ua ao Hawaiʻi ke ʻōlino nei
Mai ka piʻina a ka welona a ka lā
Ka ʻike kōliʻu mai o kikilo mai
ʻO kaʻu nō ia o ka pūlama
A paʻa ma ka ipu o ka ʻike ē.
ʻAe, ua ao ē.

He mau ʻoki leo:

Leo 1 (M4A):

Leo 1 + Leo 3 (M4A):

Leo 2 (M4A):

Leo 2 + Leo 3 (M4A):

Leo 3 (Alakaʻi) (M4A):

Leo 4 (M4A):

Leo 4 + Leo 3 (M4A):

Hawai‘i Pono‘ī

Leo Wahine 1:

Leo Wahine 2:

Leo Kāne 1:

Leo Kāne 2:

Pulelo Ha‘aheo

Leo Wahine 1:

Leo Wahine 2:

Leo Kāne 1:

Leo Kāne 2:

‘O Ke‘elikōlani ‘Oe

ʻO Keʻelikōlani ʻOe, Haku ʻia na ka papa HAW 102 a Kalena Silva

  1. He pua lei ʻoe na nā mākua
    Na Kekūanāoʻa a me Pauahi
    He mamo hiwahiwa na ke kupuna
    Na paiʻea, na Kamehameha.
  2. Aia i Honolulu kou home nani
    Hiehie nō ʻoe i ka laʻi Keoua
    Aia i Kailua ʻo Huliheʻe
    I ka malu o ke kuahiwi ʻo Hualalai.
  3. Aia i Hilo ka wahine ʻo Pele
    ʻOhana ʻaumakua no Keʻelikōlani
    Kau aʻe nō ʻoe i ke olioli
    A moe, moe mālie mai ka wahine o ka lua.
  4. Ua nui ke aloha o nā Hawaiʻi
    I ke aliʻi wahine a ka lāhui
    Ua kamahaʻo kou leo aloha
    He leo mana nui, he leo Hawaiʻi.

Panina:
Ua kamahaʻo kou leo aloha
ʻO Keʻelikōlani ʻoe, e ō mai.
ʻO Keʻelikōlani ʻoe, e ō mai.

He mau ʻoki leo:

Leo 1 & 2:

Leo 1 & 3:

Kulaiwi

Mai ka piʻina a ka lā i Ha‘eha‘e
A i ka mole ‘olu o Lehua
Eia au ko kama ē
He mamo aloha na Hāloa

‘O Hawai‘i ku‘u kulaiwi
Mai nā kūpuna mai
‘A‘ohe mea nāna e kū‘ai
I ke ēwe o ku‘u mau iwi
E ola au i ku‘u lāhui
Ke kuleana o ka ‘ōiwi
‘O ka ‘ī ma kāna ‘ōlelo
He Hawai‘i au mau a mau

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