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Native speaker Ka‘upena Wong

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Hina Varez Image from Click Hawaiian Art - Copyright 2009, Coconut Info
This is a re-telling of stories relating to the many Hawaiian legends associated with Hina, a strong female force of creative and productive power in the physical world and a common ancestor -- one of the great goddesses with mythologies throughout Polynesia. In Hawaiian mythology and chants there is reference to Hinapukui‘a - the goddess of fishermen, Hina‘opuhalako‘a who gave birth to all reef life, Hina who held dominion over the art of Kapa making, and the Hina of the moon and stars, just to name a few. 31 minutes
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Pele Varez Image from Click Hawaiian Art - Copyright 2009, Coconut Info
The legend of Pele the Fire Goddess; a captivating narration of her exploits and adventures from birthing by Haumea (Pele) in ancient times to today, where she still exists in her home in Kilauea and the lava eruptions of Hawai'i. A rich tale including her siblings Namaka, Hi'iaka, Laka (the hula goddess), Kamoali'i and several other prominent characters in Hawaiian legends and chants. Abundant Hawaiian place and object names. 22 minutes
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Maui Varez Image from Click Hawaiian Art - Copyright 2009, Coconut Info
Exceptionally animated, this collection of Maui stories; lifting the sky, snaring the sun, fishing for islands, learning from birds how to make fire, and more, are flooded with magic. The Maui legends are full of helpful Hawaiian pronunciations perfectly spoken by native speaker Ka‘upena Wong. Maui is remembered as a mischief maker, a rascal, and yet also... a kupua (form-taker), and an all-powerful god and son of Hina. 28 minutes
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La‘iekawai Varez Image from Click Hawaiian Art - Copyright 2009, Coconut Info
A re-telling of S. N. Hale`ole's story "The Hawaiian Romance of La`ieikawai" first published in 1863, here in an abridged version of the tale by artist and writer Dietrich Varez. Full of rich tales of Hawaiians interacting with nature and the gods of the Polynesian cosmology as could only be best told by native speaker Ka‘upena Wong. A unique retelling of ancient Hawaiian classic folklore. 40 minutes
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