One of Myanmar's most famous popstars Phyu Phyu Kyaw Thein stands at the bow of a ship, her arms aloft. She's belting out one of pop culture's most unforgettable, some would say unforgiveable melodies. But this is a bit different.
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I have recently returned from Myanmar , and am trying to find a song which I heard whilst I was there. It is a melodic song with a male singer, and a catchy tune. It sounded like it was perhaps a love song. Unfortunately I cannot begin to repeat any of the lyrics, but I did ask someone on a boat what the song they were playing was, and I have written down 'sozaw thu hein'.
Listening to music is a great way to relieve stress, cheer up and get inspired. Every country has its own musical history with its own unique songs and artists. For this week, The Weekend team has chosen its very own favourite songs. It is composed by local musical prodigy May La Than Zin, who started composing music at age The traditional song Hmone Shwe Yi Gold Dust was written by an anonymous writer around a hundred years ago. It is still popular to this day, on the radio and in public performances. The song compares a rose to a beautiful lady who must choose from her among many suitors. The song was released last April.
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