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Music series begins with exploration of chants

By Cheryl Chee Tsutsumi

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 26, 2014

~~<p>Growing up in then-sleepy Kona in the '60 and early '70s, Marcia Timboy was immersed in the best of Hawaiian music.</p>
<p>&quot;My family had a great collection of LPs, including artists such as Lena Machado, Alfred Apaka, Genoa Keawe, Arthur Lyman, Kui Lee, Johnny Almeida, the Aliis and the Sons of Hawaii,&quot; recalled the assistant programs curator for the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives (HMH). &quot;I never got tired of listening to them; it was a part of being at home. My appreciation for Hawaiian music has stayed with me since those &lsquo;small kid' days.&quot;</p>
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Growing up in then-sleepy Kona in the '60 and early '70s, Marcia Timboy was immersed in the best of Hawaiian music.

"My family had a great collection of LPs, including artists such as Lena Machado, Alfred Apaka, Genoa Keawe, Arthur Lyman, Kui Lee, Johnny Almeida, the Aliis and the Sons of Hawaii," recalled the assistant programs curator for the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives (HMH). "I never got tired of listening to them; it was a part of being at home. My appreciation for Hawaiian music has stayed with me since those ‘small kid' days." KE ALA O KA HUA MELE Login for more...



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