SITI NURHALIZA, NORANIZA IDRIS, NATASHA
Pilihan Terbaik Rentak Zapin
Three Malaysian female singers' modern versions of the traditional Zapin dance style of Johor and other states. Zapin is believed to have Arabic origins, introduced into Malaysia in the fifteenth century, Excellent compilation of the best of modern Malaysian roots music.
1. Zapin Cinta Asmara / Siti Nurhaliza 2. Zapin Pusaka / Noraniza Idris 3. Awallah Dondang / Noraniza Idris 4. Ya Maulai / Siti Nurhaliza 5. Cindai / Siti Nurhaliza 6. Zapin Bahari / Natasha 7. Bunga Melor / Siti Nurhaliza 8. Ya Salam / Noraniza Idris 9. Ya Allah Ya Saidi / Noraniza Idris 10. Dondang Dendang / Siti Nurhaliza & Noraniza Idris 11. Semali Rimba / Noraniza Idris 12. Sapta / Noraniza Idris 13. Canggai / Siti Nurhariza 14. Syair Kamelia / Siti Nurhaliza
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