How do you sing Matud Nila in Japanese?

8 May

Translation in Japanese may be cute but a Japanese singing a Bisayan song like ‘Matud Nila’, as one comment says, is something spectacular. Japanese baritone Teppei Kono sings ‘Matud Nila’.


Now, Polish-American tenor Mark Piekarz  gives Imelda a run for her money as he sings ‘Dahil Sa ‘Yo’.

Do you know how to sing Pinoy songs, in Filipino🙂 ? How well do you know Pinoy songs, your heritage? Wanna hear more Pinoy songs? Wanna be serenaded this weekend? You’ve got two chances this week:

1. Go to Casa Asia, Avenida Diagonal 373, Barcelona, this Wednesday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. Free Entrance. Limited seats.

Songlist:

  • La Flor de Manila
  • Maalaala Mo Kaya
  • Gaano ko Ikaw Kamahal
  • Ang Larawan
  • 3 Folk Songs

2. Buy yourself a very cheap concert ticket, 5 euros only and go to Iglesia de San Agustin this Saturday, May 14.  Be early. The concert starts at 9 p.m. You can also buy the concert tickets at the entrance.

Songlist:

  • O Ina ng Laging Saklolo
  • O Naraniag nga Bulan
  • Magsimula Ka
  • Kahit Ika’y Panaginip Lang
  • Matud Nila
  • Init sa Magdamag
  • Iduyan Mo
  • Kastilyong Buhangin
  • Ang Larawan
  • Pandangguhan
  • Kataka-taka
  • Habang May Buhay
  • Ngayon at Kailanman
  • Nais ko
  • Bayan Ko

Know your roots. Be proud of your heritage. See you at the concert.

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