In Memory of Kumu Leinaʻala Kalama Heine

In Memory of Kumu Leinaʻala Kalama Heine

He manaʻo hoʻālohaloha kēia no kahi keiki, kuaʻana, kuahine a makuahine nō hoʻi; he hoapili, he kumu, a he kamalei nō no Oʻahualua i aloha nui loa ʻia, ʻo ʻAnakē Leināʻala Heine nō hoʻi ia.

ʻAʻohe mea nāna e hōʻole i kona ʻano wiwoʻole a kūpaʻa me ke aloha ʻoiaʻiʻo iā Hawaiʻi, kona ʻāina a me kona poʻe.

E mau loa aku ana nō kona hoʻoilina hula, kuʻuna, a moʻolelo Hawaiʻi ma nā hanauna he nui wale e hiki mai ana ma muli o kona nui aloha a hānai i nā alakaʻi o kēia mua aku.

ʻO mākou, ko ʻŌiwi TV, kekahi i pōmaikaʻi i ke aʻoaʻo a kēia wahine Hawaiʻi kūpaʻa wale nō.

Me ke aloha nui loa iā ʻoe e ʻAnakē, ka ʻohana, a me ko Hawaiʻi a pau i kamaʻāina a aloha nui i kēia lei ʻaʻala wale nō.

Merrie Monarch 2010: Hālau ʻŪniki – Kumu Leinaʻala Kalama Heine

Originally aired: March 28, 2010 This is a segment from ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola on the Hālau Hula Nā Pualei o Likolehua under the direction of Kumu Hula Leinaʻala Kalama Heine.

Nā Leo o Ke Ola: A Tribute to Three Kumu Hula

This documentary focuses on three kumu hula: Pualani Kanaka’ole Kanahele, Leina’ala Kalama Heine, and Hōkūlani Holt Padilla

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2 Comments

  1. Christina Montez 4 years ago

    Can someone tell me what the name of the song that is played at the 8:58 mark for the filmed portion of Na Pualei O Likolehua 1st Place Tie Wahine’s Auwana? Please and thank you.

  2. Wraynetta Naleimaile 4 years ago

    Uluwehi

    To you and all members of Aunty Ala’s halal.

    My heart breaks for our loss. Last time I saw her, was a couple of years ago,after Project Kuleana, at Bishop Museum. I walked up to her, kissed and hugged her and she said, “ask your son where my disc is.”..I walked over to him and he said in the car, so I went and got it, before I got scolding.
    Will miss her dearly.🌹🌹🌹
    Aloha
    Wraynetta K Naleimaile

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