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HAYG BOYADJIAN (1938- ): "Vientos" for Guitar, Violin and Mandolin

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Published on Oct 10, 2010

Duo-46:
Matt Gould, guitar / Bethllana Schneider-Gould, violin
Avi Avital, mandolin

from Albany TROY1219

http://www.albanyrecords.com

A fascinating survey of Hayg Boyadjian's music highlighted by a work for native American flute.
The six compositions on this recording by the Armenian-American Hayg Boyadjian, cover a six-year period of his compositional output. Each was written for and is dedicated to specific musicians, although not all of them figure as performers on this recording. The musical language reflects Boyadjian's diverse background. Born in Paris of Armenian parents, he grew up in Buenos Aires and then relocated to the United States. He has drawn musical inspiration and materials from all these different cultures. Inspired by Boyadjian's interest in astronomy, the last work on the recording (Pleiades) was written for James Pellerite, who has dedicated himself to the native American flute.

Contents:
Hayg Boyadjian, composer
Cassiopeia
Suren Khorozyan, clarinet, Karen Kocharyan, cello, Armine grigoryan, piano

Hayg Boyadjian, composer
Mi Tango
Aaron Larget-Caplan, guitar

Hayg Boyadjian, composer
Perseus
Tigran Gevorgyan, flute, Karen Kocharyan, cello

Hayg Boyadjian, composer
De Profundis
Gayane Geghamyan, soprano, anna Mandalyan, piano

Hayg Boyadjian, composer
Vientos
Duo46

Hayg Boyadjian, composer
Pleiades
James Pellerite, native American flute, Kathryn Lukas, flute, Rose Armbrust, viola, Yolam Baruch, cello, Brian Blume, marimba, Charles Latshaw, conductor

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    • Hayg Boyadjian: Vientos
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    • The Orchard Music (on behalf of Albany Records)

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