Tigran Hamasyan, new solo album 'An Ancient Observer' coming out march 2017. The year 2015 marked Tigran’s signing with Nonesuch for the critics’ breakthrough album Mockroot, which he describes as: It’s more like an electro-acoustic Armenian rock trio than a regular jazz trio. Sometimes we sound like a heavy metal band or a dubstep DJ, or like some late 19th century Armenian composers such as Nikoghayos Tigranyan and Komitas, with newer harmonic and rhythmic approaches.
Listen to For Gyumri by Tigran Hamasyan on Deezer.
For Gyumri is Armenian pianist and composer Tigran Hamasyan's third release for Nonesuch. That said, it is also a five-track extension of 2017's excellent An Ancient Observer. Clocking in at just under half-an-hour, it is, depending on your point of view, either a long EP or a short album. Like its predecessor, Hamasyan utilizes the solo piano approach, but augments it in places by wordless falsetto singing, whistling, and minimal electronics
Tigran Hamasyan (Armenian: Տիգրան Համասյան; born July 17, 1987) is an Armenian jazz pianist. He plays mostly original compositions, which are strongly influenced by the Armenian folk tradition, often using its scales and modalities. In addition to Tigran's folk influence, he is influenced by American jazz traditions and to some extent, as on his album Red Hail, by progressive rock. His solo album A Fable is most strongly influenced by Armenian folk
Listen free to Tigran Hamasyan – For Gyumri (Aragatz, Rays of Light and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Tigran Hamasyan was born in Gyumri, Armenia, in 1987. From the age of 2 he showed an extraordinary interest towards music. The tape player and piano became preferable than many other toys he had.
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Dear friends, I have been eagerly waiting to let you know that I have had really inspiring and memorable few months composing and recording the music for Joe Odagiri’s new feature film called "They Say Nothing Stays the Same". It was such an honor and pleasure to be able to work with Joe on this incredible film that he made.
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