Due to its melody composition to insert ‘egshig tomolt’ (lit. ‘vowel twisting’ – usage of different vowels in tone shifting), intonation and singing proficiency, the Zakhchin long song melody can be considered as the sub-melody of Durvut long song. For instance, the long song melody has a common use of intonation-vowels such as ‘aa-ye’, ‘loo, laa’ in their singing. However, it differs from the Durvut long song with its endeavor to adorn the melody and advanced form of melody composition.

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