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Sayat Nova - Djivan Gasparyan - Armenian Duduk (CD)

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  1. Apr 08,  · When Sayat Nova was a child his family moved to the Georgian capital, Tiflis. He spent there his childhood and teenage years, where he learned to read and write in Georgian and Armenian. Syat Nova also knew Arabic. The real name of Sayat Nova is Harutyun Sayatyan, but after gaining a wide popularity, people started calling him Sayat Nova, which literally translated from Persian means .
  2. Djivan Gasparyan - Armenian Duduk - embeamalehnapim.ehpaustucvifegacouncentroudmibackfork.infoinfo Music Armenian Duduk Audio CD, Import, Original recording reissued, January 1,
  3. Djivan Gasparyan ReleaseProduct I Will Not Be Sad In This World + Moon Shines At Nights Label All Saints Records WASTCD Release Date July 9, CD, 2×CD. $ Create Gift Voucher Add to Cart 2 x CD Read More. WASTCD In stock, shipping now. Play Gift This Product. Share.
  4. Djivan Gasparyan ‎– Moon Shines At Night Label: Duduk [Lead] – Djivan Gasparyan; Producer [Produced By], Assemblage [Assembled By] Transliterations of track titles: 1. Anush Garun 2. Sayat Nova 3. Khandvat Tuner 4. Me Lotzazrue Intz 5. Do Noritz Ekeles 6. Es Gisher 7. Ciretzie Yaris Taran 8. Lusniak Gisher 9. Tzirane Tzar.
  5. Gasparyan is a great Armenian virtuoso of the duduk, a traditional wooden reed instrument that sounds fruity delicious with good reason, since it is made out of apricot wood. This Russian CD is a musical bowl of fresh apricots, a beautiful meditation recorded with an atmosphere that suggests everyone in the recording studio holding their breath during the entire session.8/
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  7. Djivan Gasparyan (var. Jivan Gasparyan; Armenian: Ջիվան Գասպարյան, Armenian pronunciation: [dʒiˈvɑn ɡɑspɑɾˈjɑn]; born October 12, ) is an Armenian musician and composer. He plays the duduk, a double reed woodwind instrument related to the orchestral embeamalehnapim.ehpaustucvifegacouncentroudmibackfork.infoinfoyan is known as the "Master of the duduk".
  8. Djivan Gasparyan (Armenian: Ջիվան Գասպարյան, Armenian pronunciation: /ʤiˈvɑn gɑspɑɾˈjɑn/; born ) is an Armenian musician and embeamalehnapim.ehpaustucvifegacouncentroudmibackfork.infoinfo plays the duduk, a double reed woodwind instrument related to the orchestral oboe. Gasparyan is known as the Master of the duduk.

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