Kau ka hali'a i ka manawa/Au'a 'ia e Kama e kona moku
The first piece is a mele ka'i (processional dance). The second piece is a chant performed during the 1886 birthday celebration of the last king of Hawaii, David Kalākaua (1836-1891). Both pieces are performed in the mele hula style and Ha'aheo’s wife, Ahmoe is the dancer and caller, heard in the middle of the recording.
The second piece, "Au'a 'ia," was recorded commercially onto a disc (78 rpm) by Hawaiian Transcripts (HT-192) c. 1935, probably at Radio KGU, Honolulu, under the direction of Charles E. King.