Several posts ago you were able to listen to a version of Blue Hawaii by an anonymous orchestra that recorded a Hawaiian-themed box set for the Longines Symphonette Society. Now here's a different take on the tune by German orchestra leader Werner Muller (1920-1998).
Muller was the leader of radio dance orchestras in Berlin and Cologne and recorded prolifically for Polydor, Telefunken, London Phase 4 and other labels beginning in the late 1950s. His LPs included light classical, easy listening and dance band selections.
Hawaiian Swing was released on Phase 4 in 1963, with light dance arrangements of Hawaiian standards like Blue Hawaii. I think you'll find Muller's take on the tune to be considerably lighter in tone than the Longines Symphonette version. The selection is taken from the vinyl LP.
Hawaiian Swing was issued on a 2-on-1 CD with Werner Muller on Broadway by the excellent U.K. label Vocalion in 2005. It's still available but it ain't cheap. Hawaiian Swing is also available as a download from iTunes and elsewhere, but I can't vouch for the quality.
Here's another selection from the album.