Fiji is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean. Though geographically Melanesian, Fijian music is more Polynesian in character. Nevertheless, Fijian folk styles are distinct in their fusion of Polynesian and Melanesian traditions. Folk music is dominated by vocal church music, as well as dances characterized by rich harmony and complex percussion made from slit drums or natural materials.
Tahiti Festival of Life. Festive and uptempo, wild, action packed, fast. Images of beautiful native girls shaking sexy, perfect young bodies on the beach, to the delight of the village men and elders. Track grows progressively wilder and more fun. Mixed Vocals, Hawaiian, Fiji
Very wild, exotic, and fast moving track - as the name implies, terrific for scenes of dancers and dancing during South Sea Island celebrations. Fast and frenetic drumbeats, wild crowd sounds in background. Tahiti Festival of Life, Mixed Vocals, Hawaiian, Fiji
Tahiti Festival of Life. Lively, exotic sounds of the islands. Happy, cheerful, celebratory, dancing, fun. Brings up images of island beach parties with tiki torches, girls moving sexily in hula skirts, exotic drumskins, bright, moonlit nights, and calm, dark seas just off white sandy beaches. Instrumental, Hawaiian, Fiji
Tahiti Festival of Life. Track starts out quiet, quickly builds to a frenetic beat, goes more quite again for a while, then starts back up with pulsating native drum beats. Expressive male vocal sounds are occassionally heard. Powerful and meaningful. Instrumental, Hawaiian, Fiji