V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian - Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo) album downloadPerformer: V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian
Title: Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo)
Style: Medieval, Early
Size MP3 version: 1260 mb
Size FLAC version: 1418 mb
Size WMA version: 1511 mb
Format: WAV VOX VOC MOD AU MP4 AUD
Genre: Classical / World - Country
V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian - Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo) album download
Forty Martyrs: Armenian Chanting from Aleppo, is a beautiful album recorded by Jason Hamacher in 2010 inside the 600-year-old Forty Martyrs Church in Aleppo.
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Album · 2015 · 8 Songs. Armenian Chanting from Aleppo Forty Martyrs.
Now, Aleppo’s Armenian community is threatened or scattered. Hamacher, for example, has yet to track down Zegchanian. Yet he was able to track down a great deal about the chants themselves. He discovered that the Library of Congress has its own Armenian-speaking archivist, Dr. Levon Avdoyan, thanks in part to the library’s extensive holding of Armenian materials from Thomas Jefferson’s personal collection. Running into Elyse, walking into Forty Martyrs, it all seems random, but it all came together to document these threatened spiritual traditions and their music. This serendipity in the context of what is unfolding in Syria today seems miraculous indeed. The post ‘Forty Martyrs: Armenian Chants from Aleppo’ Released appeared first on Armenian Weekly.
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Armenian Chanting from Aleppo. CD - Cross Talk International. Today He Rose From the Dead. 3. Great and Wondrous Mystery. 4. We Who Are Gathered At the Renunciation. 5. In Heavenly Jerusalem. 7. Praise the Lord O' Jerusalem.
Forty Martyrs is being released in connection with the 100-year anniversary of the Armenian Holocaust. It’s a beautiful album of sacred chanting and haunting melodies recorded in 2010 by Jason Hamacher in the sanctuary of the 600-year-old Forty Martyrs Church in Aleppo, Syria, one of the world's oldest cities. 12 Vinyl Record + download card & bonus material (180 gram one-sided black vinyl w/ silkscreened B-side, & metallic triple-gatefold jacket.
An Unlikely Archivist For Armenian Aleppo: A Punk Drummer From . He's not a musicologist, but he's documented several of Syria's religious minorities, including the Armenians of Aleppo. And his work has become all the more timely - and pressing. An Unlikely Archivist For Armenian Aleppo: A Punk Drummer From . His most recent release is an album that Hamacher made at a 15th-century Armenian church in Aleppo. It's just one priest, Yeznig Zegchanian, chanting. It's the famed Forty Martyrs church, and it's the actual voice inside the church, which is what really makes the album so special," Hamacher explains. The songs are common songs. They can be heard throughout the liturgical year.
Armenian Chanting from Aleppo - When, Today He Has Risen from the Dead, Great and Wondrous Mystery and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Armenian Chanting from Aleppo. Count: 8. Views: 0. Armenian Chanting from Aleppo tracks. Today He Has Risen from the Dead.
|A2||Today He Rose From The Dead|
|A3||Great And Wondrous Mystery|
|A4||We Who Are Gathered At The Renunciation|
|A5||In Heavenly Jerusalem|
|A6||Lord Have Mercy|
|A7||Praise The Lord O Jerusalem|
- Recorded At – Forty Martyrs Church
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lost Origin Productions
- Copyright (c) – Lost Origin Productions
- Art Direction – Jason Hamacher, Ryan Frederiksen
- Audio Restoration – Jessica Thompson
- Calligraphy – Yervant Kutchukian
- Layout – Jason Hamacher, Ryan Frederiksen
- Liner Notes – Elyse Semerdijan, Jason Hamacher
- Mastered By – Josh Bonati
- Mixed By – Mike Schleibaum
- Photography – Jason Hamacher
- Producer – Jason Hamacher
- Recorded By – Jason Hamacher
Notes180-Gram Vinyl with Metallic Silkscreen B-side // Triple Gatefold + Lyric Sheet // Includes Digital Download of Album
"All chants recorded on location by V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian on location in Forty Martyrs Church, Aleppo, Syria 2006 & 2010."
|10610||V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian||Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo) (CD)||Lost Origin Sound Series||10610||US||2015|