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The Hymns of the Armenian Church (Easter) (2000)
Author: Aregak

Armenian Hymns Easter (2000)
Հայ Եկեղեցւոյ Յարութեան Մեղէդիներ ու Շարականներ

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG, Artwork (jpg) => 248.58 MB| 43:58
Classical/Choral/Sacred | Label: Armenian Church

The Armenian Apostolic Church has a wealth of spiritual chants known as sharakans. In the course of the centuries have grown in number. The collection of hymns in the Armenian Church is called Sharaknots (Hymnal). Our blessed holy fathers, founders of the literature of translation, along with translating the Old and New Testaments, introduced' Armenian Christian Hymnology and initiated Armenian national church music. The first sharakans were written as early as 5th century AD. Some of the most inspired and multiple talented sharakan writers, who were responsive for the composition of words and melodies combined, are St. Mesrop Mashtotz, St. Moses Khorenatzi, and Patriarchs Sahak and Partev...
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The Hymns of the Armenian Church (Christmas) (1998)
Author: Aregak

Armenian Christmas Hymns (1998)
Հայ Եկեղեցւոյ Ծննդեան Երգեր ու Շարականներ

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG, Artwork (jpg) => 254.31 MB | 50’72
Classical/Choral/Sacred | Label: Armenian Church

The Armenian Apostolic Church has a wealth of spiritual chants known as sharakans. In the course of the centuries have grown in number. The collection of hymns in the Armenian Church is called Sharaknots (Hymnal). Our blessed holy fathers, founders of the literature of translation, along with translating the Old and New Testaments, introduced' Armenian Christian Hymnology and initiated Armenian national church music. The first sharakans were written as early as 5th century AD. Some of the most inspired and multiple talented sharakan writers, who were responsive for the composition of words and melodies combined, are St. Mesrop Mashtotz, St. Moses Khorenatzi, and Patriarchs Sahak and Partev...
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Lusavorich Armenian Church Choir Concert [CD+DVD] - (2006)
Author: ozanemre86

Lusavorich Armenian Church Choir Concert [CD+DVD] - (2006)
Kalan Music | 2009 | MP3 - 320 kbps | 168 MB | Ethnic | DVD5 - 4.31 GB | Booklet - 200 dpi
Turkish, English, Armenian | Rapidshare
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Komitas Vardapet - Piano & Chamber Music (Mikael Ayrapetyan, Andrey Borisov) - 2017
Author: Aregak

Komitas Vardapet - Piano & Chamber Music (Mikael Ayrapetyan, Andrey Borisov) - 2017 [TR24][SM][OF]
TR24.SM.OF | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88.2 kHz | PDF | 1.05 GB
Classical | Grand Piano/GP7201

KOMITAS was one of the first Armenian musicians to undergo classical Western musical training, in Berlin, in addition to music education in his own country. He published both folksong collections and writings on Armenian church melodies, and his work laid the foundations for the development of a clearly defined national musical style. The Seven Folk Dances evoke the specific timbres of Armenian instruments, the Seven Songs for Piano are fleeting and lyrical while the Twelve Children’s Pieces based on folk-themes are beautifully crisp. Msho-Shoror is one of the most ancient of all Armenian dances.
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The Music of Armenia - Folk Music & Duduk (1996) 3 CD
Author: Designol

The Music of Armenia - Folk Music & Duduk (1996) 3 CD
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Genre: Ethnic, Armenian Folk, Ambient, Instrumental | Time: 03:40:45

The Music of Armenia is a superb, 3 CDs the amazingly diverse music of Armenia. There are chants, folk tunes, instrumental music and rich choral harmonies in a collection that underscores the stunning and far too little acknowledged creative density of Armenian culture.
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Levon Abrahamyan - Armenian Organ Mass (Komitas, Yekmalyan, Srapian) (2005)
Author: Aregak

Levon Abrahamyan - Armenian Organ Mass (Komitas, Yekmalyan, Srapian) (2005)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG, Scans (jpg) | 47:40 | 188.3 MB
Classical, Sacred | Label: Levon Abrahamyan

Levon Abrahamyan celebrated the 50th Anniversary of his organist carrier by recording this album with music from Armenian Divine Liturgy arranged for organ only.
Levon Abrahamyan was born in a family of Armenian emigrants in the city of Cairo, Egypt in 1941. He grew up in a family of musicians, where he learned about the beauty of music. He was surrounded by Sunday home concerts of classical music performed by family members and their friends. This environment influenced him to love music and start playing piano at the age of five. At the age of 15, he was hired as a principal organist, at Mother Cathedral of Holy Etchmiadzin, Armenia, and continued his dedicated work at St. Karapet Church in Hollywood, United States...
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Armenian. Komitas - Aslamazian (Chilingirian Quartet) (Transciptions) (1997)
Author: Aregak

Armenian. Komitas - Aslamazian (Chilingirian Quartet) (Transciptions) (1997)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 239 MB
Classical/Folk/Instrumental | Label: MEG Recordings. USA

The music of Komitas (1869-1935), the Armenian musicologist and composer, is voluminous and diverse. It encompases liturgical chants, art and folk songs, choral settings and piano pieces, all of which capture, as no other composer's work has done, the Armenian ethos. The human voice in song is the path which Komitas' compositional thinking takes. In his dual role of musicologist and composer, Komitas produced a body of work which is characterized by a continuing search for the compositional possibilities of the folk elements of Armenian village life....
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Armenian Spirit Sharkans. Anna Mailian - Treasures Of Light (2002)
Author: Aregak

Armenian Spirit Sharkans. Anna Mailian - Treasures Of Light (2002)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Complete Scans | CD 57:34 | 344 MB (jpg)
Classical/Sacred | Label: CCnC RECORDS | Catalog Number: CC02122

The Armenian Sacred Singing is a diamond from the world art treasury. Eventoday this singing enchants with its crystalline sounds and spiritual harmony. It comes from the depths of the centuries though it is amazingly modern and boundless.
Sharakans - the Armenian Sacred Chants - originated together with the creationof the Armenian alphabet. They have national roots rich in tradition. Sharakan (row of precious stones) means a row of songs corresponding to the Church Feasts. Details
Franz Xaver Scharwenka - Piano Music Vol.3 - Seta Tanyel (2002) {Hyperion-Helios CDH55133 rec 1992}
Author: ruskaval

Franz Xaver Scharwenka - Piano Music Vol.3 - Seta Tanyel (2002) {Hyperion-Helios CDH55133 rec 1992}
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© 1992, 2002 Collins Classics / Hyperion Records / Helios | CDH55133
Classical / Romantic / Early 20th Century / Piano


'Tanyel's clear enthusiasm for this unhackneyed programme is utterly refreshing ... The performance reminds us again just how well she understands the piano's Romantic repertoire' (Classic CD). 'the music here could hardly be more sympathetically presented than by Tanyel, whose performances are immaculate in their musicianship and virtuosity' (Gramophone). Seta Tanyel, the Armenian pianist, demonstrates a flair for the virtuosic style of German-Polish Scharwenka. She projects a well-rounded tone, a flexible sense of rhythm, a seamless technique, a fertile imagination and a daring panache. She seems to genuinly love these beautiful, light-hearted compositions. Scharwenka's music (who lived in the States for seven years) possesses energy, harmonic interest, strong rhythm, many beautiful melodies and much Polish national character. A highly enjoyable recording.
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Lusine Zakaryan, Levon Abram - Ave Maria (J. S. Bach; L. Luzzi; J. Arcadelt; D. Dente; L. Cherubini; G. Caccini; F. Schubert)
Author: Aregak

Lusine Zakaryan, Levon Abram - Ave Maria (J. S. Bach; L. Luzzi; J. Arcadelt; D. Dente; L. Cherubini; G. Caccini; F. Schubert) [1989]
EAC Rip | FLAC, TRACKS+CUE, LOG | Covers | 1cd, 131.37 MB
Classical | Label: Armenia | Catalog Number: no

Lusine Zakaryan (Armenian: Լուսինե Զաքարյան), born Svetlana Zakaryan, (June 1, 1937 in Akhaltsikhe, Georgian SSR – December 30, 1992, in Yerevan, Armenia), was an Armenian soprano. She grew up in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region of southern Georgia. In 1952, she moved with her family to Yerevan, where she attended a secondary music school. She entered the Yerevan State Musical Conservatory in 1957 and her singing talent soon became clear.
From 1970 to 1983, Zakaryan was a soloist with the symphony orchestra of Armenian TV and Radio. She also sang in the choir of the Armenian Apostolic Church's Holy See at the Echmiadzin Cathedral, and it is for her magnificent rendition of centuries-old Armenian spiritual hymns that she is now most remembered.
Zakaryan was also known for singing the international opera repertoire as well as Armenian traditional and church music.
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