WAU BULAN

by Tracy Wong

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featuring The Hamilton Children’s Choir – directed by Zimfira Poloz
This classic and upbeat Malaysian folk song is about flying kites! It is usually sung while seated on the floor and while performing synchronized-choreographed movements and hand claps. This pentatonic melody can be adapted to suit choirs at all levels and makes for a colorful opening or closing of any concert.

Ewah buleh,
ewah buleh,
ewah buleh,
teraju tigo

“Wau Bulan” describes the beauty of the Malaysian
traditional kite (wau) with a rounded bottom shaped like
a half moon (bulan) as it flies up high in the sky.

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