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Durium
post Jan 9 2009, 05:27 AM
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UKULELE LADY and more ....... Early Dutch HAWAIIAN MUSIC



I wondered how Hawaiian music became popular in our country, The Netherlands. Early 1925 the Hawaiian band Insulinde directed by mr. Von Lutzow performed for the HDO ( The Hilversumsche Draadlooze Omroep). For the very first time a Dutch Hawaii orchestra played for the radio. All eight members of the band were inhabitants of the Dutch East Indies, a Dutch colony in those days, also known as Insulinde. They used the typically Hawaiian instruments and on a picture from February 1925 you can see that they used several string instruments, including the hawaian guitar and a ukulele.

Early Dutch Hawaiian Jazz From The 1920s

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Durium

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