Contributor- Keluia Kailiena Kaluhiwa, Kailua, North Kona, Hawaiʻi.
Contributor- Kamehaitu Helela. Hanapēpē Valley, Kauaʻi.
Contributor- Ka Ha, Moloaʻa, Kauaʻi. He mele aliʻi kēia.
“William learned this mele from Kea, who heard the people chant it during the hula time. It is said to be an old-fashioned song composed by a man called Kū who was the teacher (of hula?) in olden times. William cannot chant, so the tune to this song, if there was any, has not been secured. Sailor song of whaling days.”
ʻUla Kalaeloa i ka Lepo a ka Makani ...
Singer- Samuela Akoni Mika. Waiākea Homesteads, Hilo, Hawaiʻi. Mele hula lāʻau. Learned from his parents on Kauaʻi.
Contributor- Rev. William M. Kalaiwaʻa, Kamuela, South Kohala, Hawaiʻi. Mele olioli.
Solomon Huihui, Honolulu, Oʻahu. Olioli to the kuahu, or altar. Sung on Maui, Oʻahu, and Molokaʻi to Huihui’s knowledge. He learned it ten years ago or so [ca. 1913]. This mele was said by Huihui to have been composed by a man named Penimana.
A luna au o Puʻuonioni...
Hānau ke liʻi Kaleleonālani...