How to Blow, Clean and Make Conch Shell Horns. Secrets Revealed

How to Blow, Clean and Make Conch Shell Horns. Secrets Revealed

Hawaiian Seashell Wedding Horns, Tropical Island Beach Celebrity Weddings Traditions

Hawaiian Seashell Wedding Horns, Tropical Island Beach Celebrity Weddings Traditions

Triton Shell Horns, Hawaiian Pu Horns, Pacific Islands Wedding Horns, Engraved Award Trophy

Triton Shell Horns, Hawaiian Pu Horns, Pacific Islands Wedding Horns, Engraved Award Trophy

The Pu Ohe is a Hawaiian bamboo trumpet. It has a deep sound  somewhat like a conch shell and like other native instruments, takes the special spirit breath to produce the proper sound. In old Hawaii it would have been used to call to one another across long distances. Today you will hear it when chants are being performed.

The Pu Ohe is a Hawaiian bamboo trumpet. It has a deep sound somewhat like a conch shell and like other native instruments, takes the special spirit breath to produce the proper sound. In old Hawaii it would have been used to call to one another across long distances. Today you will hear it when chants are being performed.

Ceremonial Pu Shell Horns  Hawaiian Ceremonial Pu shell horns are the traditional Royal fanfare trumpet of the Pacific Islands. They are actually large seashells. Triton & Cassis Cornuta and Queen pink Conch are used. They are capable of emitting a loud sound carrying as far as two miles. The volume depends on the style of blowing rather than breath volume capacity.  Since ancient times the pu has been used to announce the beginning of a ceremony. The pu have also been used to honor royalty…

Ceremonial Pu Shell Horns Hawaiian Ceremonial Pu shell horns are the traditional Royal fanfare trumpet of the Pacific Islands. They are actually large seashells. Triton & Cassis Cornuta and Queen pink Conch are used. They are capable of emitting a loud sound carrying as far as two miles. The volume depends on the style of blowing rather than breath volume capacity. Since ancient times the pu has been used to announce the beginning of a ceremony. The pu have also been used to honor royalty…

Hawaiian conch shells!  In ancient times, the pu was sometimes used to accompany chants, and most often used to announce the beginning of a ceremony. There is a story of a group of Menehune, a legendary race of small Hawaiian people, who lived in Waolani in Nuuanu Valley on Oahu. Chief Kiha used a conch shell to control the Menehune.

Hawaiian conch shells! In ancient times, the pu was sometimes used to accompany chants, and most often used to announce the beginning of a ceremony. There is a story of a group of Menehune, a legendary race of small Hawaiian people, who lived in Waolani in Nuuanu Valley on Oahu. Chief Kiha used a conch shell to control the Menehune.

▶ Horomona Horo demonstrates the Koauau - YouTube

▶ Horomona Horo demonstrates the Koauau - YouTube

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