A new Persian mother’s song has been released by the National Iranian Cultural Organization (NIOCO), the Iranian Broadcasting Company (IRNA) and the Iran Broadcasting Service (IRAS).
The song, which was written by a member of the national folk band, is titled “Pesky” and is performed by the Iranian Folk Dance Orchestra (IHRA).
The music is said to have originated in the village of Saghir in Iran’s far west, where many families had no music instruments.
It was the first recorded Iranian mother’s music to reach the public.
The song has already been viewed by over a million people and has been shared on social media by thousands of Iranians.
Peskys father Khairan, who is now a famous musician, performed the song at the funeral of a former minister of justice and the country’s ambassador to Washington, which has been seen by many Iranians as a symbol of Iranian progress.
Iranian media outlets reported on Tuesday that the song was performed at a ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the countrys revolution.
“Pesks father has written the music of the Iranian nation, he wrote it to show the great progress the nation has made, he said.
In 2015, Iran signed a landmark nuclear deal with world powers, ending sanctions on Iran that had crippled its economy and crippled the country for the past five years. “
We believe that all Iranians have a special right to express themselves and we will use this song in the best way,” NIBC quoted President Hassan Rouhani as saying.
In 2015, Iran signed a landmark nuclear deal with world powers, ending sanctions on Iran that had crippled its economy and crippled the country for the past five years.
Iranians and international observers have praised the country in the past year for its economic progress, including in its fight against polio, which had been a major source of discontent among the country and other minorities.
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