Aloha Oe (Hawaiian Rhythms)




Aloha Oe which means "Farewell to Thee" is Liliʻuokalani's most famous song and a common cultural symbol for Hawaii. The story of the origin of the song has several variations. According to the most familiar version of the story:

          This tender farewell set Liliʻuokalani to thinking, and she began humming to herself on the homeward trip.
          Overhearing, Charles Wilson observed, "That sounds like The Lone Rock by the Sea," a comment with which
          Liliʻuokalani is said to have agreed.
          When the party paused to rest in an orange grove on the Honolulu side of the Pali,
          the others joined in the hummings, and the song was completed later at Washington Place.



Here's what we did with Siva Pacifica's version of Aloha Oe, into dance-able track. Track was used as official Production number of the most recent Miss Cabatuan Pageant 2017 held in the Philippines.

Donwload the full track by simply clicking the download button below. Should you have any idea/s of dance-able dancesport track you want us to remix, feel free to shoot us an e-mail. In the meantime, Enjoy!!!