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Keola Donaghy
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Ethnomusicologist, Hawaiian language alpha geek, husband, father, teacher, student, composer, musician, critic, techaholic. Email, text, tweet or DM me if I forgot anything.
Ethnomusicologist, Hawaiian language alpha geek, husband, father, teacher, student, composer, musician, critic, techaholic. Email, text, tweet or DM me if I forgot anything.

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Our +Institute of Hawaiian Music​ students were blessed to be visited by the legendary Keola Beamer today! Mahalo nui, KB!
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Extraordinary circumstances require extraordinary measures. This is no brainer in concept, but working out the details will certainly be a challenge for all involved. Enforcement will be a pain but necessary.

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There are a lot of things I love about my new gig. The two at the top of the list are having students who are willing to take every opportunity provided to them to learn something, and having busy professionals take the time to share their knowledge and experience with them. Last weekend – Kalapana, tonight my gradeschool homeboy +Eric Gilliom. Mahalo, EG, you rock.
+Eric Gilliom shared his talent and knowledge with IHM students in a special mentoring session this evening, talking about practice, presentation, songwriting, vocals, and much more. Mahalo EG!
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Eric Gillom - February 21, 2013
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Did you know that today was International Mother Language Day? Me neither. But shouldn't every day be International Mother Language Day?

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IHM students Brad Bordessa, Adam Bediamol, Makanaoaloha Kamahele Bahilot and Travis Orozco listen to then meet the men of Kalapana in a post-concert mentoring session. Mahalo guys!
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IHM Students Visit With Kalapana
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This is another momentous development for native languages. Congrats to my former UH-Hilo colleagues and others involved in this translation project.

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Congratulations to our hoa ‘ōlelo Cherokee on this huge accomplishment. Don't ask me when there will be a Hawaiian version, the answer will be "when someone else does it." ;-)
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