Haumoana – Cultural Music With a Modern Twist

Haumoana – Cultural Music With a Modern Twist
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I kēia kauwela lele mai ʻo Haumoana, kekahi ʻōiwi no Rapa Nui, no ka hoʻolaha ʻana i kāna mau mele kaila loa.  Hōʻike pū maila ʻo ia i ke ahuwale o kona ʻano Rapa Nui ma kāna mau mele.
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Haumoana, a native musician of Rapa Nui, Easter Island, recently had his concert in Hawaiʻi to share his cultural music with a modern twist.  He speaks about his foundation being Rapa Nui and how it relates to the underlining messages in his rhythmic modernized Polynesian music.[/tab] [/spb_tab] [/spb_tabs]

Polynesian Contemporary Music Part 2: Maisey and JJ Rika click here

Polynesian Contemporary Music Part 3: Hāwane Rios click here 

For more music by Haumoana Click Here



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