Hawaii Council for the Humanities
Susan Yim, Editor
Soft cover, 118 pp.
This new book is a collection of stories about Hawaiis rich and diverse musical heritage. Inside, you will find the voices of many of the islands leading writers and musicians such as poet Lee Tanouchi aka Da Pidgin Guerilla; teacher and writer Marie Hara; singer-songwriter Jerry Santos, best-known for his work in the music group Olomana; Aaron J. Salā, assistant professor of Hawaiian music, ethnomusicology, at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa; among many others.