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Veil lifts off once-forbidden Kurdish folklore music

18 March 2004

The fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime has allowed the once-forbidden Kurdish music to spread throughout the country. Even such unlikely fans as Arab taxi drivers and Turkmen teenagers are singing along with the renaissance of a culture that spent nearly three decades in obscurity.
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