7 thoughts on “ Sasno Tgha - Sassoun - Armenian Patriotic & Folk Songs (Sasno Tgha) ”

  1. Issued in , this album is a collection of vocal and instrumental music associated with Armenia and the Middle East. Performed by Hachig Kazarian on clarinet and his ensemble, featuring John Berberian on oud, the music ranges from songs about love (“Parov Yegar Siroon Yar”) and marriage (“Aghcheegon Yeridasart”) to energetic folk dances (“Tomzara” and “Misirlou”).
  2. Armenia Music Guide Dick Barsamian, Ara Topouzian, Richard Hagopian Images courtesy of Amercian Recording Productions, Hagopian photo courtesy of Smithsonian/Folkways by Tom "Tearaway" Schulte (February ) In examining the rich music panoply of Armenian music, I see five divisions. First, there is the pure Armenian folk music string duo.
  3. The music of Armenia has its origins in the Armenian Highlands, where people traditionally sang popular folk songs. Armenia has a long musical tradition that was primarily collected and developed by Komitas, a prominent priest and musicologist, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth country.stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfoan ethnomusicologist, Jonathan McCollum is a notable scholar of Armenian music.
  4. Armenian Songbook Online [LAST UPDATE: October 10, ] Anthems (2) Patriotic Songs (6) Folk Songs (7) Children's Songs (2) Religious Songs (1) Dance Songs (2) Pop Music(1) Armenian Musical Instruments Armenian Composers.
  5. Daredevils of Sassoun (Armenian: Սասնա ծռեր Sasna tsřer) is an Armenian heroic epic poem in four cycles (parts).. In the initial decades following the discovery of the epic in the late nineteenth century a general consensus emerged attributing its theme to the struggle of four generations of Sassoun's warriors against Arab rule in the 8th to 10th country.stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfoy: Armenia.
  6. The Naghash Ensemble combines the earthy spirituality of Armenian folk song, new classical music, contemporary post-minimalism and the energy of rock and country.stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfo brilliant female vocalists and some of Armenia’s finest instrumentalists on duduk, oud, dhol and piano play new music based on sacred texts by the medieval Armenian mystic poet and priest, M’krtich Naghash.
  7. The Cosmopolitan Chorale, under the direction of founder and conductor Florence Mardirosian, presents choral arrangements of traditional Armenian songs. The 27 member Chorale specializes in Armenian music, which they sing in the traditional choral style without losing the distinctive Armenian flavor of the music.

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