Aram Khachaturian – Lullaby (from Gayane)

Title of Composition: Lullaby (from Gayane) Composer: Aram Khachaturian Orchestra: St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Andre Anichanov Recorded in: 1993 The CD (or MP3) is available for purchase on either Arkivmusic: arkivmusic.com Or at Amazon: amazon.com The CD features three orchestral suites taken from the complete ballet. A full-length version of the ballet is available, though the recording has poor sound quality. It’s available here: amazon.com The image in the video is not my own. It can be found here: publicdomainpictures.net This recording is owned by HNH International Ltd.

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Aram Khachaturian – Gayane

Gayane ballte in 3 acts The Bolshoi Theatre 1980 Music by: Aram Khachaturian Choreography by: Boris Eifman Directed by: Elena Macheret Latvian Opera and Ballet Company Conductor: Alexander Viljumanis Gayne: Larisa Tuisova…

What is the name of the second piece played in this video? if you could give me the names of any of the pieces played that would be awesome but I’m really looking for the second one.youtube.com/watch?v=SpcCNZ08Dpc&list=PL83590F240A3E32D2&index=2&feature=plpp_video

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The second work is an arrangement (arranger unknown to me) of four pieces (in Suite format) from Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian’s ballet Gayane (Gayaneh / Gayne):1. [6:46 – 8:31] Dance of the Young Maidens / Dance of the Rose Maidensyoutube.com/watch?v=F9kVEIboIZg2. [8:36 – 10:10] Aishe’s Danceyoutube.com/watch?v=u1kbMkoXdRc3. [10:13 – 10:58] Gopakyoutube.com/watch?v=NRH7RcxjZbk4. [11:02 – 13:42] Sabre Danceyoutube.com/watch?v=ktl96nzOy7sBest,Raymond

What is the piano music played in the 2 & 1/2 Men episode “I Remember the Coatroom, I Just Don’t Remember You”? Its played at the very end during the magic show. Its a famous song often played along to action
What is the song playing in the 2010 Armani Underwear ad with Megan Fox? I have a feeling it may be a sound clip made specifically for the advertisement, but wanted to ask anyway in case someone knows.Seen here: youtube.com/watch?v=7OzNvIucEag
A very “catchy” rhythm but not classical. I would say that you’re correct in that it’s a soundtrack composed specifically for the advertisement. Here’s a piece of classical music that is somewhat similar(very pronounced rhythm), the “Sabre Dance” from Aram Khachaturian’s ballet “Gayane”, which you might enjoy: youtube.com/watch?v=ovWUHCXWdx8 Alberich

Anyone know any songs/symphonies that will go with the movie trailer im making? I have to make a trailer for my world religions class and its for the movie the passion of Christ, its about Jesus’ last 12 hours before he died, so itll show him getting crucified/attacked..anyone know any intense symphonies or songs that could go with it? maybe somethin scary too but still appropriate.. thaaaaanks!
what is the masterpiece of Aram Khachaturian? I think clarinet trio and violin concerto
Do you know abot great Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian? linksen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aram_Katchaturiankhachaturian.am/simply great composer
Whatever we say about him, his work and legacy is not enough to explain this great Armenian composer, who is also known, for being one of the best composer in history of world of the music.Aram Khachaturian (Armenian: ???? ?????????) (June 6, 1903 – May 1, 1978) was a composer of classical music.Khachaturian was born in Tiflis, Georgia, Russia (now Tbilisi, Georgia) to a poor Armenian family (the influence of Armenian folk music is prominent in his work). In his youth, he was fascinated by the music he heard around him, but at first he did not study music or learn to read it. In 1921, he travelled to Moscow all on his own in order to begin his musical studies, having almost no musical education and unable to speak a word of Russian. However, he showed such a great musical talent that he was admitted to the Gnesin Institute where he studied cello under Mikhail Gnesin and entered a composition class (1925). In 1929, he transferred to the Moscow Conservatory where he studied under Nikolai Myaskovsky. In the 1930’s he married the composer Nina Makarova, a fellow student from Myaskovsky’s class. In 1951, he became professor at the Gnesiny State Musical and Pedagogical Institute (Moscow) and the Moscow Conservatory.His works include concertos for violin, cello and piano (the latter originally including an early part for the flexatone), concerto-rhapsodies for the same instruments, three symphonies the third containing parts for fifteen trumpets and organ, and the ballets Spartak (Spartacus) and Gayane, the latter featuring in its final act what is probably his most famous movement, the ‘Sabre Dance’. He also composed some film music. The cinematic quality of his music for Spartacus was clearly seen when it was used as the theme for a popular BBC drama series, The Onedin Line, during the 1970s. Since then, it has become one of the most popular of all classical pieces for UK audiences.He died in Moscow, short of his 75th birthday.armeniaemb.org/DiscoverArmenia/CultureArt/AramKhachatrian.htmarmeniadiaspora.com/events/aram100/index.htmlarmeniapedia.org/index.php?title=Aram_Khachaturian

Yes, Khachaturian’s “Sabre Dance” was part of my high school music class curriculum. I’ve enjoyed it since then for its unique energy and dynamics.

Yes, he was one of the world’s greatest but it wasn’t because he was Armenian, His training and skills were developed in Moscow, having been born in Georgia which was then a part of the Russian Empire.If you thoroughly study his history, although influenced by Armenian folk music, everything he learned came from his studies in Russia.He was also a very ardent supporter of Communism, something that eventually he regretted to the point of wanting to get out of music altogether. He was treated very unfairly along with other great musicians of his time.While he’s considered a national hero of Armenia, it strikes me that his career and skill derives almost entirely from Russia even though his face appears on Armenian currency.I mean no insult to Armenia or Armenian people but thought that credit should be accorded to the country where his artistry was developed.

I absolutely love Khachaturian.His oriental colours put in Russian music make him unique.I specifically like his “concert for violin and orchestra” performed by David Oistrach. And also some quite surprising opuses like concerts for accordion and orchestra.

Yes I know him very well and admire his work, he was the greatest, his music will stay forever, it is pride of all Armenians .Thanks for the sites.

He received the highest honer from Her Royal Majesty QueenElizabeth, in Albert Hall of London.My parents where there, wow wow wowthey said it was awesome.

Yes Armenia forever, I know him very well.I play piano and his works are my favorite, thanks for the sites