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Armenian melody Tears - Josephina Orfanidou - Musiques Tziganes (CD, Album)

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  3. Nov 04,  · Armenian Composers: #2 Robert Amirkhanyan. Robert Amirkhanyan is one of the most celebrated modern day Armenian composers. Throughout his career, he created enormous number of masterpieces, but the most famous and beloved composition by him is probably the song called “Eraz Im Yerkir”, which means “My Dream Land”.
  4. Music of Armenia is breathing new life into the Armenian music legacy by rediscovering, preserving and promoting Armenian music and talent, creating innovative collaborations and offering audiences exciting projects and events.
  5. As marked the th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Music of Armenia launched a year-long project entitled “ Songs of Armenia”, through which we honour the memory of those who were deprived of the right to perform and enjoy the beauty of Armenian music, and to celebrate the legacy of those who made/make and spread Armenian music around the globe.
  6. Armenian Music History. As the new system is neumatic and is not applied to the European 5-line bar system, it gives the chance to write the melody in the space between the lines of the text of the {spiritual} poems, thus facillitating the vocal performance of the texts. The Armenian folk songs are classified in the following genres.
  7. The diverse traditional music and songs of Armenia developed and collected by a priest called Komitas. He is recognized as one of pioneers of ethnomusicology. He was living during Armenian Genocide. He is widely seen as a martyr of the genocide and has been depicted as one of the main symbols of the Armenian Genocide in art.

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