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Keiko Shichijo - Komitas Vardapet: Six Dances album download
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Keiko Shichijo - Komitas Vardapet: Six Dances album download

Performer:
Keiko Shichijo
Album:
Komitas Vardapet: Six Dances
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Six Dances (Komitas Vardapet) by Keiko Shichijo, released 10 November 2016 1. Yerangi 2. Unabi 3. Marali 4. Shushiki 5. Het u Araj 6. Shoror In 1906 Komitas Vardapet wrote and performed a cycle of dances for piano in Paris. It is an exciting and original composition. All six pieces are based on original Armenian dances. Keiko Shichijo plays a compelling, playful and enchanting interpretation.

Komitas Vardapet, Keiko Shichijo ‎– Six Dances. Label: Makkum Records ‎– MR17, De Platenbakkerij ‎– Pb006. Format: CD, Album, EP. Country: Netherlands. The piano used is a Steinway Nachf piano, built in 1880, from the collection of Hans Kramer. In 1906 Komitas wrote and performed a cycle of dances for piano in Paris.

Complete your Komitas Vardapet, Keiko Shichijo collection. Matrix, Runout (Side A stamped runout): 15951 1A MR 17.

Komitas Vardapet: Six Dances. Komitas Vardapet: Six Dances.

Album · 2016 · 6 Songs. Komitas Vardapet: Six Dances - EP Keiko Shichijo. Listen on Apple Music.

Home nic . Makkum Holland. Komitas Vardapet/Keiko Shichijo. Format: 10" Cat: MR 17 Released: 08 Nov 16 Genre: nic. In 1906 Komitas Vardapet wrote and performed a cycle of dances for piano in Paris. Genre: World: Folklore. The first piece, "Yerangi, points out the grace, elegance and tenderness of a woman's dance. Unabi" is "delicately and majestically" according to Komitas notes. The sweet melody consists of various changes of two melodic fragments, ably interlaced. In "Marali" and "Shushiki", the timbres and characters of folk instruments are rendered vividly. In the former, Komitas imitates the sound of the "dap", a sort of Armenian tambourine, widely used by peasants as accompaniment.