Apricot Tree Project ‎– Traditional Music Of Armenia

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Sketis Music ‎– SKMR-022
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1 Seashore Reply
Duduk – Boris MartirosovKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant AirapetianPercussion, Sampler [Samples], Programmed By – Yuri Rubin
4:45
2 Dle Yaman
Duduk – Armen OvsepianKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant AirapetianSampler [Samples], Programmed By – Yuri Rubin
3:43
3 Can't Breath In This Life Any More
Duduk – Armen OvsepianKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant AirapetianProgrammed By, Effects [Sound Effects] – Yuri Rubin
5:39
4 Karabakh Ploughman
Duduk – Armen OvsepianKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant AirapetianVocals – Silva Verdiyan
3:41
5 Boredom
Duduk – Armen OvsepianKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant Airapetian
4:43
6 In The Fireplace
Duduk – Armen OvsepianKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant AirapetianVocals – Silva Verdiyan
5:38
7 Duduk Solo
Duduk – Armen OvsepianKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant Airapetian
4:43
8 New Mugam
Duduk – Boris MartirosovKemenche [Kemancha] – Grant AirapetianPercussion, Sampler [Samples], Programmed By – Yuri Rubin
8:18

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Абрикосовое Дерево

©℗ 2006 Sketis Music
© 2006 Desertmusic

On label site - Catalog#: 024.
Packaged in a Jewel case + 8-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SKMR 025 диск произведен в России www.DISCART.ru
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LW80
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ACH03

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luridan78

luridan78

April 14, 2010

The idea of appearing of this CD is to represent Armenian music performed in the way which is close to traditional or natural way of playing this ancient instrumental pieces and songs. The project was created in Moscow at the end of 2002, this CD is the first in it’s history.

Ancient tunes are performing here on duduk (traditional wind instrument), kemancha (4-string violin), percussion, also you can find two vocal pieces. The elements of classical and folk traditions of playing presented by well-known musicians, representatives of different schools of performing.

Apricot Tree is also the modernistic project, existing in our reality. Electronic sounds are taking here the same part as singing of birds, wind-blowing and other nature sounds, which could surround musicians of the past, for example in highlands.

The music of Apricot Tree is like a memory of a lost beauty, an attempt to catch the half-forgotten sounds through the screen of daily occurance and interference.