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ISSUE 48 : The Interpreters’ Writing II: Across the Continent
The Song of Moonlight and Others in and out of Malaysia
月光曲與其他在馬來西亞與其外
March 12th, 2021Type: Sound Scene
Author: Au Sow Yee Editor: Au Sow Yee
Image courtesy of Au Sow Yee
Sultan Abdullah at Batak Rabit on Perak river, June 1874. Source: Wikipedia
Raja Chulan (left) accompanying Sultan Idris Shah I of Perak (right) in London at the Houses of Parliament, 1906. Source: Wikipedia
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Japanese version of "Terang Bulan", "Mamula Moon", the melody of "Negaraku"
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