ePub Hula Pahu: Hawaiian Drum Dances - Vol. II The Pahu: Sounds of Power (Bishop Museum Bulletins in Anthropology 3) download
by Judy Van Zile,Elizabeth Tatar
Series: Bishop Museum Bulletins in Anthropology. Publisher: Bishop Museum Pr (January 1, 1993).
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The Pahu: Sounds of Power, by Elizabeth Tatar - Hawaiian Drum Dance Chants: Sounds of Power in Time.
The Pahu: Sounds of Power, by Elizabeth Tatar. Bishop Museum Bulletin in Anthropology 3. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, 1992. Hawaiian Drum Dance Chants: Sounds of Power in Time.
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Volume : The Pahu, Sounds of Power. Hula Pahu: Hawaiian Drum Dances Volume : Ha‘a and Hula Pahu, Sacred Movements Adrienne L. Kaeppler Hula Pahu offers a comprehensive analysis of dance movements and their evolution from early ha‘a (ritual) traditions. This engrossing study reconstructs the. earliest vocabulary of Hawaiian chant and. drumming by surveying the mythological. origins of pahu, identifying similar sharkskincovered. drums in Polynesia, and examining. The three major traditions of hula pahu, their transmission from generation to generation, and their chief practitioners are discussed.
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When coupled with hula (dance), they are called mele hula, and when the pahu drum is added the performance is called . The practice of perpetuating tradition through the teacher-student relationship is strong in Hawaiian mele.
When coupled with hula (dance), they are called mele hula, and when the pahu drum is added the performance is called mele hula pahu. More specific terms are also applied to mele that are used for specific purposes such as processionals, prayers, and naming. Performers’ styles are recognized, back through time, in their teacher’s, and their teachers’ teacher’s styles.
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ILA PAHIJ Hawaiian Drum Dances Volume I HA'A andHULA PAHU: Sacred Mouements Adrienne L. Kaeppler Labanotation by Jwdy Van Zile Bishop Museum Bulletin in Anthropology 3 PRESS /? IT. t/ BISHOP MUSEUM Honolulu, 1993.
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