Tigran Hamasyan - New Era mp3 downloadPerformer: Tigran Hamasyan
Title: New Era
Location: La Fonderie, Paris, France
Released: February 4, 2008
Date of recording: July, 2007
Size MP3 version: 1800 mb
Size FLAC version: 1330 mb
Size WMA version: 1185 mb
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Tigran Hamasyan - New Era mp3 download
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Markos and Markos 2. The Cave of Rebirth 3. New Baroque 1 4. Nairian Odyssey 5. New Baroque 2 6. Etude No. 1 7. Egyptian Poet 8. Fides Tua 9. Leninagone 10. Ancient Observer. An Ancient Observer is a collection of new original compositions written over the course of the last three to four years-two of which are based on Armenian melodies. In regards to An Ancient Observer, Tigran took advantage of living in Armenia to compose a beauty-looking at his surroundings and reflecting on the bigger picture. When I gaze out of my window and see the biblical mountain Ararat with the perpetual snow on its peak with foregrounds of electrical towers with wires cutting the picture, and the satellite dishes melted onto old and modern houses, ancestral smoke coming out of the chimneys and the birds hovering above the trees with occasional airplane trails in the vastness of the.
Tigran Hamasyan, new solo album 'An Ancient Observer' coming out march 2017. Tigran began his recording career with three albums on the French Plus Loin label as a leader: World Passion (2006), New Era (2008) and Red Hail (2009) and was heralded as a jazz revelation by critics who had been impressed by his artistry, with one scribe writing about New Era that with more seasoning and a calming maturity not driven by.
Tigran Hamasyan (Armenian: Տիգրան Համասյան; born July 17, 1987) is an Armenian jazz pianist. He plays mostly original compositions, which are strongly influenced by the Armenian folk tradition, often using its scales and modalities. In addition to Tigran's folk influence, he is influenced by American jazz traditions and to some extent, as on his album Red Hail, by progressive rock. His solo album A Fable is most strongly influenced by Armenian folk
Artist: Tigran Hamasyan Album: New Era Genre: Contemporary Jazz, World Fusion Origin: Armenia Released: 2008 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps. Tigran Hamasyan has been fascinated with music since the age of two. Born in Gyumri (Armenia) in 1987, he caught the jazz bug at age seven and was soon playing piano and experimenting with improvisation. Studying music formally and practicing constantly, Hamasyan also immersed himself in his native land’s rich folk music, which he incorporated into his jazz performances. He won prizes in a number of music contests, though his crowning achievement was his first-place award in the 2006 Thelonious Monk Jazz Piano Competition.
Bass – François Moutin. Composed By – Armenian Folk Dance (tracks: 4, 8), Miles Davis (tracks: 9), Thelonious Monk (tracks: 5), Tigran Hamasyan (tracks: 1 to 3, 6, 7, 10). Drums – Louis Moutin. Duduk – Vardan Grigoryan (tracks: 4, 8). Other – Vardan Grigoryan (tracks: 4). Piano – Tigran Hamasyan. Woodwind – Vardan Grigoryan (tracks: 8). Notes.
Bassist François Moutin and drummer Louis Moutin are so dynamic, in tune with each other and virtuosic, it is Hamasyan who has to keep up, and he does it well. Most of the music here is composed by the leader, ranging from the technically busy and impatient "Homesick" and spacy, modal, up and down dynamics of the title track, to the fast bopper "Memories From Hankavan & Now," to the more melodic organ and piano based wandering 5/4 riffs of "Gypsyology
Tigran Hamasyan added a new photo. 15 December 2016 at 07:00 ·. · New solo album "An Ancient Observer" will be out on March 31st worldwide! Here is for free.
|1||Part 1: Homesick Tigran Hamasyan||Tigran Hamasyan||7:49|
|2||Part 2: New Era Tigran Hamasyan||Tigran Hamasyan||5:50|
|3||Leaving Paris Tigran Hamasyan||Tigran Hamasyan||5:04|
|4||Aparani Par (The Dance of Aparan) Traditional||Tigran Hamasyan||11:53|
|5||Well, You Needn't Thelonious Monk||Tigran Hamasyan||4:20|
|6||Memories from Hankavan and Now Tigran Hamasyan||Tigran Hamasyan||7:56|
|7||Gypsyology Tigran Hamasyan||Tigran Hamasyan||9:49|
|8||Zada Es (You're an Ill-Fated Girl) Tigran Hamasyan||Tigran Hamasyan||10:05|
|9||Solar Miles Davis||Tigran Hamasyan||8:22|
|10||Forgotten World Tigran Hamasyan||Tigran Hamasyan||6:26|
CreditsMiles Davis - Composer
Vardan Grigoryan - Duduk, Shvi, Zurna
Tigran Hamasyan - Arranger, Composer, Keyboards, Piano, Primary Artist
Vincent Mahey - Engineer
Joe Marciano - Mixing
Thelonious Monk - Composer
François Moutin - Bass (Acoustic)
Louis Moutin - Drums
Traditional - Composer