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Malta: Theme Song for 'L-Istrina' Revealed 

added: 8 Dec 2011 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Despite the ever growing amount of competitions in the local music scene, artists are known to come together in a number of events with the aim of promoting good causes and one of such events is surely the one organized on behalf of the Malta Community Chest Fund known as 'L-Istrina' in which a lot of organizations benefit. This year, a theme entitled 'Mill-Qalb' which can easily be translated into 'From the bottom of my Heart' has also been adopted for the fundraiser. With such a strong basis on the Eurovision Song Contest, one would surely remember when in 2009 all of the singers that represented Malta in the prestigious event joined forces on the song 'Dinja Ġdida' composed by Dominic Galea and penned by Joe Friggieri. This time round, another bunch of artists have taken up the role to record the theme song which bears the same title as the theme adopted for this years' edition which will be aired through the local television stations on the 26th December 2011 from the Verdala Palace.


The brand new track entitled 'Mill-Qalb' has just been released officially online through this link here. It is composed by the aforementioned Dominic Cini and penned by Anthony Grech. It predominantly features ten (10) vocals including those of former Malta Eurosong participants; Dominic Cini, Neville Refalo, Josef Tabone, Dario Mifsud Bonnici, Vittorio Gauci as well as current Malta Eurovision Song Contest participants; Amber Bondin and Kaya but there are also brand new talents in the form of Letizia Seychell and Ylenia Vella and last but not least, former Għanja tal-Poplu winner; Ina Robinich. The production of the track was made by Dominic Cini at Freetime Productions whilst the actual video as show below was recorded by the well known television and radio host Frank Zammit. The song will surely make the airplay on all of the local radio stations and will be played to the maximum possible over the next couple of weeks promoting the event.

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