Musical footage of the Sons of Hawaiʻi performing at Honey's Restaurant in Kāneʻohe, Oʻahu recorded on March 21, 2010 for the documentary "Those...
B-roll footage of material held at the Bishop Museum Library and Archives recorded for the documentary "Those Who Came Before: The Musical Journey...
B-roll footage with props recorded for the documentary "Those Who Came Before: The Musical Journey of Eddie Kamae." Includes shots of props used...
A 20 minute program demonstrating successful projects from Alu Like Inc., an institution which helps Hawaiians become economically self-sufficient....
1st program. Wailua, Maui is a community of less than 100 persons, yet it is a major area for growing wetland taro. Shows the process of planting...
Elaine Kaopuiki plays Hawaiian music about Lānaʻi accompanied by Sol Kahoʻohalahala, Sam Kaopuiki and Lehua Pate [Matsuoka].
Sol Kahoʻohalahala introduces Lānaʻi to Enduring Pride.
Robert and Terrance Benanua, son and grandson of Tūtū Mahoe, play slack key guitar and sing Hawaiian songs including Kimo Slack Key.
Tūtū Mahoe, Rebecca Benanua, talks about how she learned slack key guitar.
Gaylen plays the slack key guitar.
Interview with jazz pianist George Paoa about his music and operating a radio station.
Mākaha Sons perform their songs accompanied by hula.
Karen Keawehawaii plays Hawaiian music with Fibre at the Pau Hana Inn.
Interview with Fibre (Friendly Isle Band Rhythmic Experience) the house band at the Pau Hana Inn.
Archival photos used for Nona Beamer segment.