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Wednesday 12:02, 22:00
Saturday 10:00
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Monday 12:02, 22:00
Sunday 10:00
Spiritual Discussions On Synoptic Gospels
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Tuesday 10:00
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Tagharan

The Tagharan program is dedicated to the spiritual and folk branches of Armenian music. At the heart of the creation of the program is the idea of kinship of these two branches, which was first scientifically dealt with by Komitas. In the episodes of the program, we consider the relationship between Armenian folk and sacred music branches, present the stages of their historical development and their genre manifestations, describe the music component of folk and Church rites, reflect on the most important works of Church singing art as well as discuss actual problems of Armenian medieval studies and folklore with specialists.

 

 

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18 June Sharakan "Andzink Nvirealk" by Komitas Aghtsetsi

The episode presents the sharakan of the 7th century Armenian Catholicos Komitas Aghtsetsi. It is dedicated to the holy virgins and martyrs St. Hripsime and her companions. The 36 stanzas of this sharakan start with the letters of the Armenian alphabet.

 

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11 June Nerses of Lambron

The broadcast is dedicated to the Armenian prominent political and church figure, theologian, exegete, writer, poet and musician Nerses of Lambron who lived in the second half of the 12th century.

 

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28 May Hayrik Muradyan (Part II)

The broadcast is dedicated to one of the greatest figures of Armenian folk singing art—singer, ethnographer and folklorist Hayrik Muradyan. The guest of our program is PhD in Art-Criticism, musicologist and folklorist Zaven Tagakchyan, senior researcher at the Art Institute of the RA National Academy of Sciences, and director of the Aram Kocharyan Record Library of the same Institute.

 

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21 May Hayrik Muradyan (Part I)

The broadcast is dedicated to one of the greatest figures of Armenian folk singing art—singer, ethnographer and folklorist Hayrik Muradyan. The guest of our program is PhD in Art-Criticism, musicologist and folklorist Zaven Tagakchyan, senior researcher at the Art Institute of the RA National Academy of Sciences, and director of the Aram Kocharyan Record Library of the same Institute.

 

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14 May Music Folklore of the Region of Balu (Part II)

The two parts of this episode are dedicated to the musical folklore of the region of Balu or Balahovit,  Tigranakert province of historical Armenia. They are based on Bedros Alahaydoian's book "A Musical-Ethnographic Collection of Palou (and the Region)" (in Armenian, Glendale, 2009). During the broadcast, you'll listen to songs recorded in the two CDs attached to the book (performer Maro Nalbandian, native of Balu).

 

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07 May Music Folklore of the Region of Balu (Part I)

The two parts of this episode are dedicated to the musical folklore of the region of Balu or Balahovit,  Tigranakert province of historical Armenia. They are based on Bedros Alahaydoian's book "A Musical-Ethnographic Collection of Palou (and the Region)" (in Armenian, Glendale, 2009). During the broadcast, you'll listen to songs recorded in the two CDs attached to the book (performer Maro Nalbandian, native of Balu).

 

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30 April Armenian Genocide in Armenian Folk Song Culture (Part II)

This two-part episode is dedicated to the theme of the Armenian Genocide as reflected in Armenian folk songs. It is constructed around the 22 folk songs on this topic that are published in music notation in a separate section of folklorist Verzhine Svazlyan's study «The Armenian Genocide: Testimonies of Eyewitness Survivors» (Yerevan, 2011).

 

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23 April Armenian Genocide in Armenian Folk Song Culture (Part I)

This two-part episode is dedicated to the theme of the Armenian Genocide as reflected in Armenian folk songs. It is constructed around the 22 folk songs on this topic that are published in music notation in a separate section of folklorist Verzhine Svazlyan's study «The Armenian Genocide: Testimonies of Eyewitness Survivors» (Yerevan, 2011).

 

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16 April Sacred Chants of Holy Week

This episode is about the chants traditionally performed  in the Armenian Apostolic Church during Holy Week, the final week of Lent.

 

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09 April Lullabies in Armenian Folk Music

Lullaby is one of the oldest and richest genres of Armenian folk music. Besides the function of ensuring the peaceful sleep of the child, lullabies have an important educational value. With their help, the child gets a preliminary idea of the surrounding reality, nature, fauna, evil and good, and communicates with both domestic and national realities.

 

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02 April Sharakans Dedicated to the Holy Mother of God

The image of the Holy Mother of God takes a pivotal place in Christian dogmatics and various layers of Christian culture. The broadcast presents the Metsatsustse sharakans dedicated to the Mother of God that are among highest achievements of Armenian medieval song culture along with the taghs, odes, and other compositions devoted to the Holy Virgin.

 

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26 March Khachatur Taronatsi's Sharakan "O Mystery Deep"

The episode is dedicated to one of the highly artistic examples of Armenian sacred music, to the sharakan "Khorhurd Khorin" (O Mystery Deep) authored by Khachatur Taronatsi, 12th-13th-century famous poet and musician, abbot of the Monastery of Haghartsin. This sharakan is the only hymn from this author's legacy that has survived to this day with its melody.

 

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19 March St. John of Odzun

The episode is dedicated to the sharakans of St. John of Odzun (Hovhannes Odznetsi), Catholicos of All Armenians, theologian, philosopher, poet and musician of the 7th-8th centuries.

 

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12 March Women's Labor Songs

Labor is an essential and inseparable part of Armenian peasants' life. Since ancient times, labor has been accompanied with singing, which helped organize the rhythm of work and assisted in overcoming the difficulties of labor process, making it more productive. This episode is dedicated to women's labor songs.

 

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05 March Sahakadukht and Khosrovidukht

The episode is dedicated to the musical-poetic activities of Sahakadukht and Khosrovidukht, female Armenian sharakan writers of the 8th century.

 

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26 February St. Vardan Mamikonyan and His Companions in Armenian Traditional Music

Since the early Middle Ages, the images of the heroes of the Battle of Avarayr and the theme of their struggle entered literature and various spheres of art. This episode of our program discusses some manifestations of this theme in the Armenian spiritual and folk vocal art.

 

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19 February The Musical Culture of Ani (10th-11th Centuries)

The episode is dedicated to the Armenian sharakan writers of the 10th-11th centuries whose life and activity were closely tied with Ani, the capital city of the Bagratide Kingdom of Armenia. Our guest is RA Honored Art Worker, medievalist, Doctor of Art History, Professor Anna Arevshatyan.

 

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12 February Meeting of the Lord

The episode is dedicated to the Feast of the Meeting of the Lord (Tearnendaraj in Armenian) and presents its meaning as well as the features and music component of its ecclesiastical and folk rituals.

 

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05 February Dance Songs from the Region of Palu

The episode is dedicated to the dance songs of the book comprised by Bedros Alahaydoyan "Musical and Ethnographic Collection of Palu (and the Region)" (Glendale, 2009, performer of songs, Maro Nalbandian). The guest of our program is Arusyak Sahakyan, the editor of the book, folklorist specializing in epos, who also deciphered the texts of musical-folklore samples in this collection.

 

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29 January Mesrop Mashtots

The creator of the Armenian alphabet and the founder of Armenian literature St. Mesrop Mashtots is also the forefather of the Armenian sacred music. This episode is dedicated to Mesrop Mashtots's musical activity, which in the preservation of the national culture has played a role that is not less important than that of Armenian literature.

 

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15 January Sung episodes of the epos "Sasna Tsrer"

Epos "Sasna Tsrer" is a generalization of the age-old wisdom of the Armenian nation, the artistic quintessence of patriotism, courage, justice, honesty and generosity which form the basis of the national character. The program is devoted to the discussion of some sung episodes of the epos.
 

 

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08 January Relationship Between Armenian Spiritual and Folk Music

The fact that Armenian spiritual music was formed on the basis of the Armenian folk music culture was first substantiated by Komitas, who compared the ties between these two branches with the relationship between sister and brother. This proposition of Komitas was reaffirmed by the Armenian musicologists of later generations. However, the problem of the relationship between these two music branches still has many aspects that need to be studied. We're talking on this topic with musicologist and medievalist, researcher at the Komitas Museum-Institute Lilit Harutyunyan.

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09 April Masunk Folk Song and Dance Group

The broadcast is dedicated to the activities of Masunk Folk Song and Dance Group named after Rudik Haroyan. The guests of our program are the directors of the group, Hayarpi Ananyan and Lusine Mkrtchyan.

 

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