Aram Khachaturian

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Noun1.Aram Khachaturian - Russian composer (born in Armenia) whose works are romantic and reflect his interest in folk music (1903-1978)
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While Aram Khachaturian is most famous for his "Sabre Dance", the march "To the Heroes of the Patriotic War" was written in 1946 to honor soldiers who served in World War II.
A mentor of Salameh's at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, Soviet Armenia composer Aram Khachaturian, allegedly called him a "genius." Like many of the Russia aficionados in literature and film, Salameh bred his skill under the influence of Russian, Egyptian, and global art, taken from both his education and his upbringing in "an everyday Egyptian family...yet one of many artists and musicians; he is Egyptian to his core," Yehia recounts.
Lawrance took liberties of Aram Khachaturian's dramatic score and interspersed it with patriotic songs such as Bayan Ko and Handog ng Pilipino sa Mundo, sung by Joanna Ampil.
In 1942, the Aram Khachaturian ballet ''Gayane,'' featuring the surging ''Sabre Dance,'' was first performed by Russia's Kirov Ballet.
Firstly, hearing the music of Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian (1903-78) is one of my biggest pleasures, as I am not only a fan of his music, but I also met the composer when he came to my conservatory in my student days.
John Cage, Henry Cowell, Alan Hovhaness, Aram Khachaturian, and Lou Harrison are all represented here.
Mozart, Max Bruch, Aram Khachaturian, Astor Piazzolla and Srul Irving Glick.
Orchestra will be the last concert of Aram Khachaturian International Festival abroad and will also be the finale chord of Parade of
The music of the Spartacus Ballet is composed by the globally-acclaimed Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian.
Dozens of dancers participated in the ballet, which was composed by Armenian musician Aram Khachaturian in 1954.
Aram Khachaturian's energetic, moto-perpetuo Etude (Ivan is Busy), indicated 'marcato', requires rhythmic and tonal control, especially in the left-hand eighth notes.