Singing with the Storm
December 2nd, 2016
To mark the anniversary of the America’s defeat in the military operation against Iran for releasing its spies on April 24, 1980 in Tabas desert (Northeastern Iran), the Office of Islamic Revolution Cultural Front Studies will hold the “Ham Avaz-e Toofan” night of poem and music on Thursday, April 24 in Tehran.
Attended by the Islamic Revolution poets Mortaza Amiri-Esfandagheh, Mohammad Mahdi Sayyar, Ali Davoudi, Milad Erfanpour, Amir Siahpoush and Ali Ferdosi, the day will be celebrated in this ceremony by the singers from two generations of the revolutionary artists through performing songs about the Tabas event. Mohammad Golriz, the singer of Islamic Revolution’s immortal songs, will perform the first song made about the event on 1980, and the latest single produced in the Rah Song and Music Club, entitled “Ham Avaz-e Toofan” (“Singing with the Storm”), by Hamed Zamani will be unveiled as well.
“Ham Avaz-e Toofan” (“Singing with the Storm”) is an epic song which is made on the occasion of April 24 – the 34th anniversary of the failed U.S military operation against Iran in Tabas desert.
The lyric of this song is one of the chosen poems in the Tabas Anti-Arrogance Music Festival. The song was unveiled for the first time at the “Ham Avaz-e Toofan” night of poem and music, in the Art Hossainiyeh of the Office of Islamic Revolution Cultural Front Studies in Tehran.
Music: Hamed Zamani
Lyrics: Ali Ferdowsi
Arrangement: Kamran Mirzaei
Produced: Office of Islamic Revolution Cultural Front Studies