Lena Live, March 22, 2016

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Special with Lena Miremonde with a Song for Brussels, dedicated to victims of "Belgium Terror"

Lena Live with Special with Lena Miremonde and the music of Julian Lampert giving a special message and music to the people of the world, dedicated to victims of the recent Belgium Terror Attack that left over 30 dead and 100 wounded.

Cher Famille, Amis, et Collégues,

L'histoire a démontré que c'est directement aux heures les plus douloureux que les gens se réunissent et planter les graines pour faire pousser les roses qui emergent de les cendres. C'est exactement que nous avons été témoins avec les Bruxellois qui ont été profondément bienveillants et nobles dans cette période tragique.

Voici un morceau—un improvisation qui est devenu rapidement un chanson—que j'ai enregistré aujourd'hui, "In Memoriam" aux victimes et pour ses familles; "Une Bougie pour Bruxelles", une prière musicale:
Chaleuresement,
Julian Lampert

Dear Family, Friends, and Colleagues,

History has shown, that it is in the toughest periods when people come together and plant the roses which grow out of the ashes; this is what we witnessed among the Bruxellois who have been so remarkably gracious and noble amidst such tragedy.

This is a piece—an improvisation which quickly turned into a song—I recorded today, In Memoriam to the victims and to their surviving families—"A Candle for Brussels"; a musical prayer.

With warm wishes,
Julian Lampert

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With the Lena Live Radio Hour—hosted by Prof. Lena Miremonde and produced by Julian Lampert—the world's most progressive voices come each week to our program to share the latest from the frontiers of science, medicine, the arts, politics, psychology, and economics.

Our guests have included Nobel Laureate Wolfgang Ketterle, Professor of Physics at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), New York State Senators Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Suzi Oppenheimer, the late UN Ambassador Jerome Shestack, and Carol Roth—CNBC contributor and New York Times Best-Selling Author.