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War and oppression leave not only legacies of death and suffering, but throughout the ages the sorrow they have also inspired songs.

Such music has been a driving force for Miyuki Ishibashi. Born on the Korean Peninsula in 1944 to a Japanese colonial family, she is no stranger to suffering. For many years now, she has devoted herself to singing Russian songs of the oppressed that had been banned.

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