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Sopheak Lach

Oil on canvas

Size 100 x 70 cm

Sin Sisamuth (1932–1976), the "Golden Voice of Cambodia," shaped the nation's music scene with versatile songs spanning folk, rock, and ballads. Collaborating with prominent artists, he gained popularity in the 1960s. Amid the Khmer Rouge's brutality in 1976, he, like many, fell victim to anti-intellectual policies. Despite his tragic end, Sisamuth's music remains a vital element of Cambodia's cultural heritage, celebrated for its lasting influence.

Sin Sisamouth

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