Shoghaken - traditional Armenian instruments. My favorites are pretty much all of them. But I LOVE the kanoun and the duduk. Perfect to listen to when wanting to relax. The dohl, when in the right hands, can be an amazing beat to any song or by itself.
Armenian national dances
Fact No. 7. The duduk and the oud are two instruments that form part of the rich Armenian musical tradition. The legacy of Armenian music goes way, way back, and its richness includes genres that range from the liturgical or…
Extraits de La Croix du 16 avril 2015 pages 14 et 15. « Un million et demi de morts Le premier grand crime contre l’humanité du XXe siècle La destruction de ce peuple chrétien d’Orient, longtemps admise comme un simple effet collatéral de la Première...
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Armenian Music Through the Ages
Armenian Music Through the Ages by Richard Hagopian - Hagopian is a virtuoso on the ’ud (oud), a principal instrument of Armenian, Turkish, and Arab musical traditions. Included in his repertory are both Armenian classical and folk styles, which in the U.S. have received little exposure outside of the Armenian community.
Armenian traditional musical instruments by Mikhayil Sadoyev
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Women lined up outside of Geghard Monastery in August selling freshly-made sweet bread, known as gata, and “sour lavash”, a type of fruit roll-up made from fresh Armenian fruit.