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Herb Ohta, Jr. & Daniel Ho Step 2: Ukuleles in Paradise 2 - UPC #644718003320


Herb Ohta, Jr. & Daniel Ho Step 2: Ukuleles in Paradise 2 - UPC #644718003320

A first dual-uke project with Herb Ohta Jr. on the left channel and Daniel Ho on the right. Great balance that brings out the acoustics and experience of pure instrumental magic. Includes great favorite Hawaiian tunes.

If you're ever driving down the road and want some fantastic uke music, this is a must have album! It's light and uplifting music!

Herb Ohta, Jr. & Daniel Ho Step 2: Ukuleles in Paradise 2 - UPC #644718003320

Quantity: EA - Ukuleles In Paradise 2 - Herb Ohta, Jr. & Daniel Ho UPC #644718003320 - $25.00 (INCLUDES SHIPPING)

Ukuleles In Paradise Sample Tracks: kukui nut leis

1. Step It Up
2. A Song for Anna
3. Ka Wai Lehua 'A'ala Ka Honua
4. Pineapple Mango
5. Sanoe
6. Ka'anapali Sunset
7. 'Ukuleles in Paradise
8. Maika'i Ka Makani O Kohala
9. Somewhere Over the Rainbow
10 Kaimana Hila
11 Hawaii Aloha

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Step It Up - An original tune by Herb and Daniel.

A Song for Anna - A Song for Anna was written for Ohtaby French band leader and composer André Popp.

Ka Wai Lehua 'A'ala Ka Honua - Written by renowned composer Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett.

Pineapple Mango - Written by Daniel in 1986 for a composition assignment at the Dick Grove School of Music in Los Angeles.

Sanoe - In the manuscript copy of the score, Queen Lili'uokalani indicates she composed Sanoe with "Kapeka", her friend Elizabeth Sumner Achuck.

Ka'anapali Sunset - Originally composed for a Japanese television commercial in 1999.

Ukuleles in Paradise - A wonderful example of a lovely and simple melody, this one composed by Herb, that evolved into a more complex and musically compelling piece after being worked and re-worked by Herb and Daniel together.

Maika'i Ka Makani O Kohala - Composed by William Sheldon and David Nape, both members of the Royal Hawaiian Band during the early 1900's.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow - This song was composed by Harold Arlen for the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz".

Kaimana Hila - One of the most well-known of hapa-haole melodies composed by Charles E. King and Andy Cummings.

Hawaii Aloha - The melody is actually taken from the hymn "I Left it all With Jesus," by 19th century Pennsylvanian singer and composer James McGranahan.

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