Music from the Liahona (1967–Present)

Music from the Liahona, the Church’s international magazine (first published in English in 1977 as the Tambuli). Several non-English magazines that started at various times have been consolidated into the unified Liahona.

Liahona (English) (1963–Present) – English Liahona (Albanian) (1999–Present) – Albanian Լիահոնա (Armenian) (2000–Present) – Eastern Armenian Liahona (Bislama) (2007–Present) – Bislama Лиахона (Bulgarian) (1994–Present) – Bulgarian Liahona (Cebuano) (1998–Present) – Cebuano 利阿贺拿 (Chinese Simplified) (2012–Present) – Simplified Chinese 利阿賀拿 (Chinese Traditional) (1959–Present) – Traditional Chinese Lijahona (Croatian) (2002–Present) – Croatian Liahona (Czech) (1993–Present) – Czech Liahona (Danish) (1851–Present) – Danish Liahona (Dutch) (1896–Present) – Dutch Liahoona (Estonian) (1999–Present) – Estonian Liaona (Fijian) (1998–Present) – Fijian Liahona (Finnish) (1948–Present) – Finnish Le Liahona (French) (1851–Present) – French Liahona (German) (1851–Present) – German Λιαχόνα (Greek) (2005–Present) – Greek Lyawona (Haitian Creole) (1999–2009) – Haitian Creole Liahona (Hiligaynon) (2000–2003) – Hiligaynon लियाहोन (Hindi) (2005–2009) – Hindi Liahóna (Hungarian) (1993–Present) – Hungarian Líahóna (Icelandic) (1986–Present) – Icelandic Liahona (Ilokano) (2000–2003) – Ilokano Liahona (Indonesian) (1987–Present) – Indonesian Liahona (Italian) (1968–Present) – Italian リアホナ (Japanese) (1957–Present) – Hiragana Japanese លីអាហូណា (Cambodian) (2002–Present) – Khmer (Cambodian) Riaona (Kiribati) (1998–Present) – Kiribati (Gilbertese) 리아호나 (Korean) (1964–Present) – Korean Liahona (Latvian) (1999–Present) – Latvian Liahona (Lithuanian) (1999–Present) – Lithuanian Liahona (Malagasy) (2000–Present) – Malagasy Liaona (Marshallese) (2001–Present) – Marshallese Лиахона (Mongolian) (2000–Present) – Mongolian Liahona (Norwegian) (1937–Present) – Norwegian Liahona (Polish) (1998–Present) – Polish A Liahona (Portuguese) (1948–Present) – Portuguese Liahona (Romanian) (1998–Present) – Romanian Лиахона (Russian) (1993–Present) – Russian O Le Liahona (Samoan) (1968–Present) – Samoan ලියහෝනාව (Sinhala) (2003–2009) – Sinhala Liahona (Slovenian) (2001–Present) – Slovenian Liahona (Spanish) (1937–Present) – Spanish Liahona (Swahili) (2013–Present) – Swahili Liahona (Swedish) (1877–Present) – Swedish Liahona (Tagalog) (1998–Present) – Tagalog Liahona (Tahitian) (1907–Present) – Tahitian லியஹோனா (Tamil) (2002–2009) – Tamil లియహోనా (Telugu) (2002–2009) – Telugu เลียโฮนา (Thai) (1984–Present) – Thai Liahona (Tongan) (1954–Present) – Tongan Ліягона (Ukrainian) (1998–Present) – Ukrainian لیحونا (Urdu) (2005–Present) – Urdu Liahona (Vietnamese) (1998–Present) – Vietnamese Liahona (Waray) – Waray