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This Week From Hearts of Space: PGM 945 CARESSING THE NIGHT

About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:

The Iranian expatriate singer AZAM ALI became a mother later in life, which allowed her a mature view of the relation-
ship between mother and child. Singing to her son in the softness of night, she reflected on the role of lullabies as a bridge between generations — and a bridge of understanding…between
cultures.

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Azam Ali

For lullabies have always been a more than simply a way to induce sleep. A kind of secret language of words and music riding on invisible waves of communication, they reflect the panorama of
emotions: joy and sadness, frustration and triumph, pain and pleasure, hope and dreams — and a range of subjects from personal to political.

On this transmission of Hearts of Space, a collection of Middle Eastern lullabies and dreamy instrumentals expressing love, loss and longing — and touching the heart of compassion — on a
program called CARESSING THE NIGHT.”

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Stephen Hill

Music is by AZAM ALI, IRINA MIKHAILOVA, SOLACE, BURHAN OCAL and PETE NAMLOOK, the great MERCAN DEDE, BRIAN KEANE and old friend OMAR FARUK TEKBILEK

From the program:

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