• Concert in Tokyo

    One Night Special Concert ”We Are In Love”
    2021/4/22 @ Lutheran church Ichigaya music hall (Tokyo, Japan)

    This song “Be Still My Heart” was composed by Queen Lili’uokalani

    Be still my heart e kapalili nei,   He aha ho‘i nei hana āu?
    A he hana  nui kāu     Nowelo i ka manawa.
    Ua ‘ike paha i ka pua Nani ‘a‘ala o ia dale,
    O ka uka ‘iu o Luakaha, He uka ona ‘ia e nā manu.

    “Na wai nō lā ho‘i ka ‘ole?”   Beat iho ai kēia pliant heart.
    “ ‘A‘ohe mea e nele ai     ‘O ka makemake a loko.”
    A he nani ‘oko‘a nō ‘o luna,    Puapua lua i ka nahele,
    Onaona hiehie lua ‘ole.     ‘O ka ‘oi ‘oe o Lanihuli.

    Ke ano wale mai nei nō    Ka hali‘a me ke aloha
    Iā ‘oe e Sunset Beam,     Dew o ka twilight hour.
    ‘A‘ohe na‘e ho‘i e hihi,    Ua kauleo ‘ia mai au,
    Ua kapu kēia nui kino.    Ho‘omalu ana ka leo.

    Be still my beating heart, What is this that you do?
    You have a great task In searching through our conscience.
    You must have seen that flower
    So beautiful and fragrant of that dale
    From the lofty uplands of Luakaha,
    Heights alluring to many birds.

    “Is it really possible for one to resist?”
    Beats the voice of my pliant heart,
    “This one has absolutely everything
    That any heart could ever desire.”
    But above was seen a different beauty
    Blooming grandly among the trees,
    A most dignified and charming sweetness.
    You are the finest example from Lanihuli.

    Now grow calm and quiet My thoughts and love
    For you, O Sunset Beam, Dew of the twilight hour.
    But oh, never mind, it can’t be taken into consideration,
    For I’ve already received my request.
    This entire person is reserved.
    Be still, implores my voice.

    Be Still My Heart
    “Be Still My Heart” is one of several songs by Lili’uokalani reflecting the delight that Hawaiian composers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries took in displaying their knowledge of English by including English words or phrases in their songs.
    Sometimes it was a humorous gesture, but that does not seem to apply here, where the English serves Lili’uokalani as simply another vehicle by which to approach her favorite theme.
    The two place names mentioned in the text are on O’ahu, in the Nu’uanu area.
    Luakaha was the site and name of the country home of Kamehameha III, and Lanihuli is a Nu’uanu Pali peak.
    The song is from “He Buke Mele Hawaii.”

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    セカンドアルバムリリース & ヒリウCD全国発売決定記念
    Hiliu ”We Are In Love”

    2021年1月、セカンドアルバムが、カリフォルニアの Global Music Awards で Silver Medal Winner に選出、
    また、Los Angeles Film Awards の Quarter Finalistに選出。


    4月22日(木曜日) 18時開場 18時30分開演 20時終演

    ルーテル市ヶ谷 音楽ホール(新宿区市谷砂土原町1-1)

    元井信 バイオリン
    長崎真音 バイオリン
    細川亜維子 ビオラ
    篠崎由紀 チェロ
    齋藤順 コントラバス
    多田望美 ピアノ・チェンバロ
    井上もも衣 フラ
    高桑英世 フルート
    廣川実 ホルン
    小南数麿 ギター
    友森昭一 ギター・バンジョー
    町田孝 パーカッション
    ダッチー コーラス


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    学割 3,000円
    小学生以下 100円
    リモート中継 2,000円