I don’t remember the last time I heard a male singer singing Lengkhawm songs, L. Kamlova’s Aw Halleluiah sounds undisturbed and alright as any female singer would have do with it. “Khawvel thuaitu arsi ropui ber,/Bohna ram leh lungngaihna ram chun eng rawh”. But the sad part is that’s the only inclusion.
“Pi-pu vaanglai zaideih chu gammual, lawmgual ngaih laa, khangthah gam zuun laa, lungleen laa bang ahi”. This line from the Producer & Director Chris H Simte clearly points what the album attributes are. Not that Tutkhawl Zaikhiang solely betoken KZP 50 years celebrations; Rooted best lineage to culture and traditional, which the album essentially designed itself to captured. Love and Patriotic domain songs, Mizo singers, sound engineering and music are of class significant for this ambition.
For the sake of posts, enjoy this Christmas songs. Reviews and other follows from Sunday. Thanks for reading.
From the album Ka Hausakna Lalpa, “Ni Tla Ngailo Zion Khawpui”, composed by Rev Lienrum, have been genuinely revived to stays with us as it have always been. This hugely successful venture was directed by (L) Buonglienkung.
Following the success of Evangelical College of Theology’s ECT trio and New Life Ministries’ Lalruotmawi, lalparzo’s Damna Kim marked the entry of Health Integrated Ministries into Music business (read Ministry). Whether ECT Trio or Lalruotmawi and now Lalparzo, what common of these institutions’ muses is their apt for musical aspirations that bloom and shape their careers often furthering to be landmarking. Here, Lalparzo present herself as a singer and composer, which is welcoming.
Hundamna campte ah, na piengtha na ding in thu leh laa ah hil in na um kha ta ding. Khiel kisie a, Jesu Hundampa a pom ding in. Tambang in, tami laibu A Theisiem Naisih uh pen, thutah theisiem leh theichien na nop a ahileh nang a ding ahi. Zou Lailam Saipawl (ZLS) in theipina …