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Aloha Oe

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8 thoughts on “ Aloha Oe ”

  1. Brakasa says:
    Aloha oe definition is - love to you: welcome: farewell.
  2. Femuro says:
    Aloha ‘Oe was composed by Queen Lili’uokalani, Hawaiian monarch, in and is now a common cultural symbol for Hawaii.
  3. Dubei says:
    Dec 21,  · Aloha Oe and the story behind it is a great representation of the spirit and beauty of Hawaii. Although, the tragedy of mistreatment of the queen inspired the song she sings about her love and appreciation of Hawaii and the Hawaiian people.
  4. Mazunos says:
    Nov 07,  · Hawaii guitar, taken from HAWAII - Instrumental versions album.,hawaii-instrumental-versions.
  5. Kizuru says:
    There is a manuscript of "Aloha Oe" in Queen Liliʻuokalani's handwriting in the Bishop Museum. Lahilahi Webb and Virginia Dominis Koch tell of a visit by the queen and her attendants to Maunawili Ranch, the home of Edwin Boyd on windward Oahu. As they started their return trip to Honolulu on horseback up the steep Pali trail, the queen turned.
  6. Vudozilkree says:
    Late 19th century. From Hawaiian aloha ‘oe love to you (used both as greeting and farewell) from aloha love + ‘oe you.
  7. Zolozuru says:
    Aloha 'Oe. Haʻaheo ka ua i naa pali. Ke nihi aʻela i ka nahele. E uhai ana paha i ka liko. Pua 'ahihi lehua o uka [Hui:] Aloha ʻoe, aloha ʻoe. E ke onaona noho i ka lipo. One fond embrace, A hoʻi aʻe au. Until we meet again. ʻO ka haliʻa aloha i hiki mai. Ke hone aʻe nei i. Kuʻu manawa.
  8. Fejora says:
    This was written by Queen Lili'uokalani (the last Hawaiian monarch) in Lili'uokalani intended this to be a love song but it ended up being a farewell song. It has since become a worldwide traditional classic farewell song. English lyrics were added in as well as an alternate title: "Farewell to Thee.".

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