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Levon Katerjian - Armenian Minstrel and Folk Music album mp3

Levon Katerjian - Armenian Minstrel and Folk Music album mp3

Performer: Levon Katerjian
Title: Armenian Minstrel and Folk Music
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LP: Armenian Minstrel and Folk Music with Levon Katerjian. Armenian Jubilee Album No 1 LP Folk Songs recorded in Yerevan, Diamond rare. Armenian komitas georgian music simonishvili orera rustavi rare lp melodiya folk. Signed TOM BOZIGIAN Songs & Dances of The Armenian People LP-33 EX Stereo 1977. Customs services and international tracking provided. John vartan & his ensemble - dance armenian!

Minstrel biography The Italian progressive rock band MINSTREL was founded in 1991. However, it was not until in 1997 that the band released their 1st output in the form of a demo-tape called "New Life". The first and only album so far called "Faust" was released in 2000. It is a fantastic symphonic progressive concept album. Definitely among the best Italian albums released since the 70's. In this album the band consists of Gianpaolo Pasini (drums), Marco Fiorina (bass), Mauro Ghilardini (keyboards & voice) and Michele Savoldelli (guitar)

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Levon Katerjian Concert in Armenian 1988 For Artzakh. Armenian Song Arach Massis Sare Mern Er (Levon Katerjian). European/Armenian Gifts. As Bartok did in Hungary, Komitas established a National polyphonic style of composition based on traditional Armenian chant and folk music. In addition to his arrangement of the Divine Liturgy, he collected and organized more than 4000 folk tunes. This compilation presents rare French recordings made in 1912 by Komitas himself performing his arrangements of both.

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 centuries.


A1 Yerani Te
A2 Zov Arek
A3 Garod
A4 Naze Naz
A5 Mayriguis
B1 Hay Herosneri Yerke
B2 Zartir Lao
B3 Aratch Massis Sare
B4 Dle Yaman
B5 Herosneri Guenatze


  • Arranged By – Jacques Kodjian
  • Producer – Harry Diramarian
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