||Les Maitres de Musique d'Armenie|
Recording information: Studio Marylin.
Director: Gilles Fruchaux.
Photographer: Gerard Kurdjian.
Translator: Dominique Bach.
Personnel: Anna Mayilyan (vocals).
Liner Note Author: Gerard Kurdjian.
New Generation Vol. 5 - New Generation (2008)
||Kavkazski Shanson (2008) |
Let's Party (2008)
Armenian Music Center presents Alla Levonian's CD "The Best". Talented and charming singer Alla Levonian was born in 1975, June 26, in the marz (region) of Ararat, Avshar village, Armenia. She finished the secondary school of Avshar village. Simultaneously, she ...
Enlightened Way (2008)
Track Listing: Chuzhaya; Starik; Pismo; Gorod; Chertovka; Otpuskayu Tebya; Gorko-Gorko; Kanaplya; Lyubov Silna; Za Druzei;
My Best Friend (2008)
||Rough Guide to Belly Dance: 2nd Edition (2011) |
Though it is subtitled "Second Edition," this is actually the third installment in the World Music Network's belly dance series. The first, an historic overview, the Rough Guide to Belly Dance was issued in 2002 and was followed in 2007 ...
||To What Strange Place: The Music of the Ottoman-American Diaspora, 1916-1929 (2011)
Track Listing: DISC 1: Bate Koritsia Sto Horo; Hop Pala; High Aghchg, Tchar Aghchg; Sirvani; Sadaraban; Cefti Telli Gazel; Bulbul Canto: An Su Daglar; Chinary Yares Aghchg; Tamzara; Gazabieh, Pt. 2; Tatos Bishro, Pt. 1; Tatos Bishro, Pt. 2; Ma ...
Once Upon a Time (2012)
"It's about what you inherit," declares Ara Sarkissian, the composer and classical pianist behind modern Armenian fusion experiment Musaner. The group has plunged into the caves of tradition to rescue melodies once left for dead and renew them in the ...
||Music of Armenia: Sampler (1999) |
This is part of Celestial Harmonies' Music Of Armenia series.
||Music of Armenia, Vol. 1: Sacred Choral Music (1995) |
The first installment of Celestial Harmonies' Music of Armenia series, Music of Armenia, Vol 1: Sacred Choral Music focuses on the ancient sacred choral music of the ancient home of Mount Ararat. The recordings were performed by the Haissmavourk Choir ...
||Music Of Armenia (1997)
This seven-CD collection is truly beautiful and truly eye-opening. Through Christianity, Armenia shares a common musical origin with Europe, especially in choral works. Due to geography, culture, and the pre-Medieval split of the Armenia Church from the Roman Catholic, Armenia ...
Dance Armenian (1996)
Arranger: John Vartan.
Personnel: John Vartan (kanun, oud, saz).
Unknown Contributor Role: John Vartan.
Moon Shines At Night (1993)
Moon Shines at Night is a rich but simple collection of Middle Eastern songs performed by Djivan Gasparyan on the duduk (a reed-like Egyptian clarinet) with two supporting musicians. The structure for most of these songs is similar in nature, ...
Art of the Duduk
Audio Mixer: Ed Reed .
Liner Note Author: Michel Bayan.
Recording information: Audio Acoustical Collage Ltd., Long Island City, NY.
Arranger: Michel Bayan.
Music From The Armenian Diaspora (1995)
Track Listing: Zepuri Neman :: Like A Breeze / Koosan Shahen 2/4; Armenian Medley in 10/8: Arabkir Bar / Zungalow / Gamavor Zinvor :: Volunteer Soldier / Adzetzek Tara :: Let The Hen Lay The Eggs / Sirahar Yem :: ...
Ask Me No Questions (1994)
Ask Me No Questions showcases self-taught duduk virtuoso Djivan Gasparyan performing folk songs and melodies from Armenian pagan and Christian traditions. The duduk is one of the oldest wind instruments in the world, a cylinder wooden flute dating back as ...
||Armenians on 8th Avenue (1996) |
What are Armenians doing singing in the Turkish language in recordings issued by survivors of the Armenian genocide of 1915? Making a living in New York City while reliving the part of Armenian tradition that included performing for the widest ...
Personnel: Rosy Armen (vocals).
Personnel includes: Rosy Armen (vocals).
Will Not Be Sad In This World (2003)
Armenian master of the "duduk": a wooden, oboe-like instrument.
This 1989 debut finds Gasparyan on several reworkings of traditional Armenian songs. Seconded by another duduk soloist playing a drone backing, Gasparyan produces deeply resonant and ethereal meditations on his ney-like instrument. ...
Full Circle (2000)
two talented Armenian oudists (Zeytoonian & Dick Barsamian) come together to create a combination of Middle Eastern & Latin influences, joined by kanun player Ara Topouzian
Full Circle: Joe Zeytoonian (vocals, oud, cajita, def); Dick Barsamian (oud, darbuka); Ara Topouzian ...
||Music Masters Of Armenia|
Traditional & Sacred Music & Songs (2002)
The album promises traditional music and song, and it certainly delivers in spades, with some pieces dating back to the fourth and seventh centuries. But since Armenia is one of those countries at the crossroads of the Orient and the ...