Listen online to nearly 3,000 recordings in the Hawaiian music collection. In 2002, UHM Library acquired the Hawaiian music collection of Dirk Vogel, who had been collecting Hawaiian music since the 1920s and also received a bequest from the estate of James Grant Cathro who had collected recordings with special interest in steel guitar music, over the course of many years. A number of short artist biographies with linked songs is also available online in the collection.
“Curating Transdisciplinary Research on Place-based Writing: An Interactive Introduction to 680 Open Access Video Clips of Teachers and Students”
Thursday, March 31, 3 p.m. in Kuykendall Hall 410, University of Hawaii at Manoa
A weekly colloquium series by the English Department, University of Hawaii at Manoa (https://youtu.be/rqUd_m59-Ww) Place-based Writing Across the Disciplines is a digital collection on ScholarSpace, UH Manoa’s digital repository. Hosted by the UH Manoa Library, this freely accessible collection resulted from place-based writing research across 16 academic disciplines on the UH Manoa campus. In this colloquium, the presenters will introduce … Read More
Hawaiian Shadows radio shows by Norman Brokenshire are now online at the Hawaiian Music Collection. This collection of forty-five recordings from the 1930s include “Moanalua-Hawaiian Waltz,” “Kuu Ipo I Ka Hee Pue One,” and “Aloha Oe.”