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Under Soviet domination, Armenian folk music was taught in state-sponsored conservatoires. Instruments played include qamancha (similar to violin), kanun (dulcimer), dhol (double-headed hand drum, see davul), oud (lute), duduk, zurna, blul (ney), shvi and to a lesser degree saz. Classical music - Religious music - Popular music - Armenian musicians from. 5 Dec Parerger, or dance songs, are the most prevalent type of folk music in Armenia and the variety within this genre is extensive. They can be heavy or light, serene or energetic, joking or heroic, lyrical or virile. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of Armenian Folk Music - Richard Hagopian on AllMusic -
Taroni yergerArev Armenian Folk Ensemble • Arev Armenian Folk Ensemble I got up and leftArmen Stepanyan • Ancient Lands - Traditional Duduk Music. Folk-Roots on Wednesday 27 August at CET features the concert that the Ararat Music Group gave on 22 March in the Toonzaal in 's Hertogenbosch . Results 1 - 25 of 31 Les Maitres de musique d'Arménie musiques & chants traditionnels & sacrés = The Music Master [i.e. Masters] of Armenia: traditional. The Shoghaken Folk Ensemble was founded in in Yerevan. The group uses only traditional Armenian instruments, maintaining an authentic sound with the. Find armenian folk tracks, artists, and albums. Find the latest in armenian folk music at sarimsaklimuminemlak.com