Bridging the Gap~July 16th, 2019: Nā Kani o ka ʻĀina

Jul 17, 2019

Kāhuli are endangered Hawaiian tree snails that are known in Hawaiian culture to "sing".
Credit Kepano Carvalho

"Nā Kani o ka ʻĀina" literally translates to "The Sounds of the Land", but metaphorically alludes to the many melodic and harmonic voices that have come out of Hawaiian music. Much like the multitudes of sounds in nature, such are the voices of this land. Throughout the generations a wide variety of Hawaiian music has been produced - from ancient chants to the modern contemporary mele of today. DJ Mermaid explores the different sounds and styles of Hawaiian music on tonight's edition of Bridging the Gap.

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