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Spiritual Discussions On Synoptic Gospels
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Host - Grigor Danielyan (Daniel Erazhisht). Reading: Aida Nersisyan, Sargis Najaryan.
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World Classical Music

The show presents the masterpieces of classics in performance of distinguished musicians, as well as provides comprehensive information about the lives and works of composers and performers, their role and influence on further development of classical music.

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The first part of this issue is dedicated to the firstborn of classical romance, Mozart's song "Violet," and the second part presents Schubert's song "Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel." Both songs are based on Goethe's lyrics. If "Violet" is a dramatic scene, "Gretchen" is a tragic one. Both songs are innovative and dominated by purely musical laws and intermediate development, which is clearly expressed in the accompaniment. Both songs predetermined the further development of this genre.

 

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02 June Two Songs — Mozart's "Violet" and Schubert's "Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel"

The first part of this issue is dedicated to the firstborn of classical romance, Mozart's song "Violet," and the second part presents Schubert's song "Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel." Both songs are based on Goethe's lyrics. If "Violet" is a dramatic scene, "Gretchen" is a tragic one. Both songs are innovative and dominated by purely musical laws and intermediate development, which is clearly expressed in the accompaniment. Both songs predetermined the further development of this genre.

 

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26 May Johannes Brahms

The episode is dedicated to the life and creative path of the German composer of the XIX century Johannes Brahms. In his works, the composer summed up the achievements of Western European music during the 500 years of its development.

 

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19 May Lent Chants

This episode presents Lent chants of the Armenian Church. They are performed by Akn Choir (conductor Aram Kerovpyan, soloist Fr. Vrtanes Uluhodjian).

 

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12 May Stepan Lusikyan, Golgotha (Part II)

The second part of the episode continues presenting the analysis of the form and content of the concert, revealing its influences and symbols, and deciphering their meaning. The episode ends with a recording of the author's performance of the concert with the Orchestra of Halle Opera House (conductor Roland Kluttig).

 

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05 May Stepan Lusikyan, Golgotha (Part I)

The Piano Concerto "Golgotha" is the "swan song" of the composer Stepan Lusikyan and, according to Svetlana Navasardyan, "the golden rose that he put on the pedestal of music." The first part of this episode presents the musical field where this "golden rose" opened.

 

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28 April Mikayel Maluntsyan

This episode is dedicated to the prominent conductor and teacher Mikayel Maluntsyan. "Mikayel Maluntsyan is a musician with great erudition, and a first-class conductor," said Aram Khachaturian. While Jean Ter-Merguerian admitted that "playing with Mikayel Maluntsyan is happiness."

 

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21 April Komitas, By the Rivers of Babylon

The episode is dedicated to Komitas's cantata written on the basis of Psalm 137, which he created while studying at the Berlin Conservatory. The Psalm describes the tragedy of the Jews captured in Babylon, which was in tune with the state of Komitas’s spirit that was shaken by the 1896 Van massacre.

 

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14 April Richard Strauss, Salome

This episode is dedicated to the Opera "Salome" by Richard Strauss, which, according to Romain Rolland, is a "monstrous masterpiece." The opera reflects the beheading of John the Baptist at the request of Salome and by order of King Herod, and the subsequent events.

 

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07 April Johann Sebastian Bach, St. John Passion

This episode illustrates the idea, drama, and structure of St. John Passion by Bach, and deciphers the symbols found in it, thus contributing to a deeper understanding of this work.

 

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31 March Johann Sebastian Bach, The Organ Booklet

This episode presents "The Organ Booklet" by Bach—a collection of polyphonic arrangements of religious songs. According to A. Schweitzer, it is one of the greatest achievements of the entire music world, a dictionary of Bach's musical language, and a key to understand his art.

 

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24 March Myths оf Karol Szymanowski

This episode presents "Myths: Three Poems for Violin and Piano" by Szymanowski. The plot of this musical series is taken from Ovid's poem "Metamorphoses." The problems of the embodiment of nature and mythological images in music are also discussed.

 

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10 March Hafezian

Based on Johann Goethe's "West-Eastern Divan," this issue of the program explores the influence of Persian poetry on Western poetry. The host presents and analyzes F. Schubert’s and I. Brahms’ songs composed to Hafiz's words, and shows the importance of the mission of art and culture in the reconciliation and harmony of the East and the West.

 

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03 March Polish Mozart

The episode is dedicated to the life and work of Frederic Chopin. It also touches upon the tragic nature of his work, which is expressed by the ruffles of the musician's shattered soul and yearning heart.

 

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25 February Georg Friedrich Handel (Part II)

The second part of this episode covers the London period of Handel's life and work, when his ascent in the genres of oratorio and opera took place. The host continues to draw parallels between Handel and Bach, and notes Handel's influence on other composers.

 

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18 February Georg Friedrich Handel (Part I)

The first part of this episode is dedicated to the life and work of Handel, his activities in Germany, Italy, and England, and to the period of creation of his first operas and oratorios. Parallels are drawn between Handel and Bach.

 

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11 February In Memory of An Angel

This episode is dedicated to the Violin Concerto by Alban Berg, the lord of “wonderful, stunning and phenomenal sound combinations” (Stravinsky).

 

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04 February Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Part II)

The second part of this episode is dedicated to the life and work of Mozart. It uses excerpts from the treatises on Mozart by famous musicologists that reveal the features of this genius’s world view and character. Those features are embodied in the images of the characters created by him.

 

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28 January Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Part I)

The first part of this episode presents Mozart as a herald of the revival of national consciousness and as an innovator who "exploded" the stereotypes of opera and other genres and who moved the "epicenter" of classical music from Italy to Germany.

 

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21 January Maestro Aram Gharabekyan

This episode is dedicated to the memory of Aram Gharabekyan, the artistic director and conductor of the State Chamber Orchestra of Armenia. It highlights his active work in Armenia and the Diaspora, and his role in raising the quality level of the Orchestra and in contributing to the international reputation of Armenia.

 

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14 January Prophesy and Art (Part II)

In this part, parallels are drawn between biblical prophets and the artists, poets and philosophers of modern times, whose visions and works picture the fate and future of the entire humanity.

 

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07 January Prophecy and Art (Part I)

The first part of the episode presents the artist as a prophet, who is endowed with abilities to receive the word of the Creator and convey it to mankind, to unite the world with love as well as to predict the impending disasters and to sober people, to lift them up and to direct their eyes to heaven and eternity.

 

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31 December Giuseppe Verdi, La Traviata

The episode describes the love and tragedy of the heroine of this Opera as well as the "luxury and misery" of the Parisian elite of the 19th century, and presents the embodiment of the libretto through relevant musical forms.

 

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24 December Programmatic Nature of Jean Sibelius' Music Art

This episode of our program illustrates Sibelius's creative credo, according to which music can achieve maximum impact when guided by any poetic line or program, in other words, when music merges with poetry.

 

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17 December Benjamin Britten; Britten's Days in Yerevan

This episode touches upon the biography and works of Britten — his innovative operas, instrumental music, War Requiem. It also presents Britten's days in Yerevan, his contacts with Armenian musicians,  the series of songs based on Pushkin's poems, which he created in Dilijan, etc.

 

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