1. Machas Steung Sangke by Mr. Koy Vanna

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    ម្ចាស់ស្ទឹងសង្កែ by Koy Vanna
    Machas Steung Sangke ម្ចាស់ស្ទឹងសង្កែ
    Written by Prum Kim Choeun | Sings by Mr. Koy Vanna
    Dedicated to Mr. Kong Bun Chhoeun

  2. Machas Steung Sangke ម្ចាស់ស្ទឹងសង្កែ

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    Dedicated to Mr. Kong Bun Chhoeun…
    Khmer poem: Machas Steung Sangke ម្ចាស់ស្ទឹងសង្កែ
    Written by Prum Kim Choeun | Read by Jendhamuni Sos
    Khmer song: Dong Steung Songke ដងស្ទឹងសង្កែ
    Written by Kong Bun Chhoeun និពន្ធដេាយ គង្គ ប៊ុនឈឿន
    Sings by Sinn Sisamuth ច្រៀងដោយ៖ ស៊ិន ស៊ីសាមុត

    Mr. Kong Bun Chhoeun

  3. Khmer patriotic songs

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    Khmer Kampuchea Krom Patriotic Songs: Releases 2004

    ចម្រៀងស្នេហាជាតិខ្មែរកម្ពុជាក្រេាម ផ្សាយដោយសហគមន៍ខ្មែរកម្ពុជាក្រោម នៅសហរដ្ឋអាមេរិក

     

     

    Song writers ទំនុកច្រៀង:
    Thach Setha ឯកឧត្ដម ថាច់ សេដ្ឋា
    Thach N. Wath លោក ថាច់ ង៉ុកវ៉ាត
    Sann Sang លោក សាន សាង

    Music writer បទភ្លេង:
    Kong Bun Chhoeun លោក គង់ បុនឈឿន

    Artists ច្រៀងដោយ:
    Thach Im Vansy លោក ថាច់ អុឹមវ៉ាន់សុី
    Kim Nhem Sophal អ្នកស្រី គឹម ញ៉ែមសុផល
    Thach Sovannroth កញ្ញា ថាច់ សុវណ្ណរដ្ឋ

     

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    House No. 72, Street 426A, Koak Khlieng village
    Phnom Penh Thmei commune, Sen Sok district
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