Honourable Ve'ehala


Honourable Ve'ehala

Honourable Ve'ehala (died 1986, real name Leilua Vī) was a Tongan nobleman best known as a nose-flute player. He remains undoubtedly the most famous Tongan musician, both at home and abroadFact|date=February 2007, and his recordings are still traditionally the first broadcast every day by Radio Tonga.Fact|date=February 2007


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