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Pau Hana Years : Eleanor Heavey parts 1 and 2 9/19/73

Parts one and two of interview with Eleanor Heavey [Elizabeth Eleanor Nahiapo Heavey] recorded on September 19, 1973 and conducted by Bob Barker at the Hawaiʻi Public Television studio for the program Pau Hana Years. In part one Heavey talks about her family and growing up in Kakaʻako before its urban development. She also discusses her career, including her time with the City and County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation. With band mates Charles Chu, Aina Keawe, Mealii Kalama, and Adeline Lee, Heavey performs songs that she composed: "Keʻanae," "Nani Waimānalo," "Pua Nani," and "Ānuenue." In part two Heavey talks about working with senior citizens at the City and County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation. She also shares her inspiration for music, art, and painting. With band mates Charles Chu, Aina Keawe, Mealii Kalama, and Adeline Lee, Heavey performs songs that she composed.

Languages: English

Genres

  • Documentary

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