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Hussein Al A'dhami was born in Baghdad in 1952 into a family of musicians. After a stint as a policeman, he began his career as a singer and hymnist in 1973 integrating the Music Patrimony Group founded by the much missed Iraqi Lute master Mounir Bachir. In 1974 he became a soloist member of the Iraqi Radio-Television.
Like many singers of Maqam, he has a dual musical background - profane and sacred. Having been trained in Koranic incantation (tajwid) and various types of calls to prayer (al azan) he directs an ensemble of sacred music that officiated at the Great Al Azhamiya Mosque in Baghdad.
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