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HulaStudio magazine is published bi-monthly (once every two months.)
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Aloha and welcome to HulaStudio magazine where each issue strives to offer a learning experience similar to one you would get by spending a few hours in a real Hula studio. For those of you who can not get down to the real Hula studio, this magazine is for you.
HulaStudio magazine offers an interactive tablet magazine that shares Hula lessons, Hawaiian language lessons, Hawaiian music history, interviews with revered Kumu Hula, explorations of hiking trails and gathering techniques for plants and flowers used in lei-making, and an invitation into the delightful storytelling culture of the people of Hawai‘i.
IN APP VIDEO TRAINING
World renowned professional Hula dancer Kanoe Miller takes you into the studio and gives you lessons in the basic movements of the Hula
IN APP AUDIO TRAINING
Professor Puakea Nogelmeier speaks to us about correct Hawaiian language pronunciation and gives us audio exercises to help us sharpen our skills
MUSIC RECORDING EXAMPLES
Harry B. Soria, Jr. takes us back through time to explore the various music that Hula dancers have danced to, giving us examples of recorded music from early 1900's right up to today
VIDEO INTERVIEWS WITH HULA GREATS
Maile Loo, from the Hula Preservation Society, will be sharing rare interviews she has conducted with elder Kupuna and Kumu Hula (Master Hula teachers)
EXCURSIONS INTO THE FORESTS
Kumu Bradley Keaupunikapu Cooper takes us on a hike up into the Ko‘olau Mountains and talks to us about exploring the Aina (the land), gathering flowers and making lei
VISIT WITH THE LOCAL PEOPLE
Author Jocelyn Fujii talks to us about the Aloha Spirit and Hula in daily life
LINKS TO OUTSIDE HULA RESOURCES
Kanoe Miller will be wrapping it all up and publishing it in this digital tablet magazine that incorporates video, audio, slide shows and links to additional cultural resources.
Each issue will be like a private lesson in the HulaStudio. This is your connection to the world of Hula.
This version corrects a bug in version 2.2 that prevented subscription information from being seen.
Ratings and Reviews
Kanoe Miller is one of our great modern hula dancers. If you are a dancer, the video lessons are helpful for the basics. The magazine has a great lineup of experts to write about culture and history. The multimedia aspects add so much. A must for any student of Hawaiian hula, music, history, or culture,
Like Hawaiian music and dance? This multi-media mag will delight you!
Does any to this describe you?
--I play ukulele.
--I have more gigs of Hawaiian music in my collection than I do Christmas tunes (and that’s saying a lot).
--I’m enchanted when I watch dancers, including Kanoe Miller at the “House Without A Key” at the Halekulani.
--I’ve taken a few beginning hula classes on various visits to the islands.
—I pore over Hawaiian history/culture magazines and books.
A “yes” to any of those and you need to poise your finger over the “Buy” button for HulaStudio Magazine. Purchase just this first edition—and I’ll be you’ll be back to buy a full subscription.
The magazine works so well on my iPad (and I don’t even have the newest version). There are articles to read, photos to spend time with, music to listen to and videos.
This first issue has vintage songs to listen to, some short video interviews, a historical article (“King David’s Gift to the World,” written by no less than Harry B. Soria Jr.) and an introduction to the Hawaiian language featuring an overview of “Hawai’i Aloha” with the meaning and pronunciation audibly presented by Puaka Nogelmeir (plus lots of other language resources). There’s even an article on plum aria as a hula dancer’s flower.
My favorite part of the first issue are the videos of Kanoe Miller teaching an introduction to hula: basic hand motions, ka’o, kaholo, vamp, foot drills and more.
The app runs smoothly; I’ve never had it crash. Navigation is intuitive.
Thank you to all involved in HulaStudio Magazine. I couldn’t give it a higher recommendation.
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Just got charged the subscription fee. No content in 4 years.
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