By now you've probably realized my fascination with those cheap CDs marketed under such names as the London Studio Orchestra, the London Festival Orchestra and in this case the Studio Sound Orchestra. Almost all of these originate in Europe and vary widely in quality. In other words, most aren't worth the dollar or two you'd pay for them.
20 Melodies from Paradise, released on a label from the Netherlands in 1989, is one of the better ones and was previously sampled in this post. Almost all of the information in the previous post is still relevant and you won't feel cheated if you shell out a couple of bucks -- provided you like Hawaiian music of course.
Hilo March was composed in 1881 by Henri Berger, a Prussian-born musician who became leader of the Royal Hawaiian Band in 1877. The band is still in existence and is the oldest municipal band in the United States. The version of Hilo March by the Studio Sound Orchestra is available below.
Here's a video of a wonderful steel guitar version of Hilo March.