Hawaiian Wedding Packages
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NOTE: Add $50.00 for venues outside of Honolulu proper, such as Moli'i Gardens and Paradise Cove.
The Hawaiian Wedding Song
"The Hawaiian Wedding Song" is, strangely enough, not its original title. It was composed by Charles E. King, Hawai'i's celebrated composer of the first half of the 20th century, as "Ke Kali Nei Au" (Waiting for Thee) for his operetta, "The Prince of Hawai'i" which premiered at the Hawai'i Theater on May 4, 1925. It was first recorded on Columbia Records, by legendary Hawaiian musicians Helen Kapuailohia Desha Beamer and Sam Kapu in the same classic duet style sung by Mark and Diane today. Years later, both Andy Williams' and Elvis Presley's distinctive recordings of the song popularized it around the world for generations to come. Although the beautiful English lyric is not a translation of the original Hawaiian, it is recognized by millions.
Mark Yasuhara and Diane Yasuhara
Mark and Diane were both born and raised in Hawai'i, he in Hilo on the Big Island, and she in Honolulu. They were married on Father's Day, 1967 and have two grown daughters. Between 1969 and 1989, Mark and Diane recorded and concertized in some of the greatest concert halls and churches in America as "The Hawaiians." Their music ministry included several international crusade telecasts with Dr. Billy Graham. They recorded 14 albums all of which are now out of print.
98-288 Kaonohi Street, #3902
Aiea, Hawaii 96701
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