Lagu Buku Ende Hkbp Buku Ende is a christian hymnal song book used by HKBP and other Batak churches. It has many beautiful songs and inspiring lyrics. This has inspired me to make new musical arrangements for the songs using recent musical styles, quite different from the musical arrangements that are usually used in the Batak churches’ services. Buku
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