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V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian - Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo) Musikalbum

V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian - Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo) Musikalbum Darsteller: V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian
Titel: Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo)
Stil: Medieval, Early
Category: Klassische Musik / Folk, Weltmusic, Countrymusik
Datum der Freigabe: 2015
Land: US
Etikett: Electric Cowbell Records
Katalognummer: ECR-714
Size MP3: 1592 mb
Size FLAC: 2178 mb
Rating: 4.7

Trackliste

1When
2Today He Rose From The Dead
3Great And Wondrous Mystery
4Our Father
5We Who Are Gathered At The Renunciation
6Praise The Lord O Jerusalem
7In Heavenly Jerusalem
8Lord Have Mercy

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
10610V. Rev. Yeznig Zegchanian Forty Martyrs (Armenian Chanting From Aleppo) ‎(CD)Lost Origin Sound Series10610US2015

Credits

  • Art DirectionJason Hamacher, Ryan Frederiksen
  • Audio RestorationJessica Thompson
  • CalligraphyYervant Kutchukian
  • LayoutJason Hamacher, Ryan Frederiksen
  • Liner NotesElyse Semerdijan, Jason Hamacher
  • Mastered ByJosh Bonati
  • Mixed ByMike Schleibaum
  • Photography – Jason Hamacher
  • ProducerJason Hamacher
  • Recorded ByJason Hamacher

Hinweise

180-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."

Unternehmen

  • Recorded At – Forty Martyrs Church
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lost Origin Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Lost Origin Productions

Musikalbum

Armenian Chanting from Aleppo - Forty Martyrs. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 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 . Yeznig Zegchanian. Forty Martyrs. LP - Electric Cowbell 596060. Primary Artist. Aleppo, Syria, Armenia, Armenian Genocide, Lost Origin Productions, Electric Cowbell, sacred, chant, christian. Forty Martyrs is in a dense quarter that was right outside the ancient walled city, explains Hamacher, recalling his 2006 trip to Aleppo. I had a few hours, so I walked into every building I could walk into. In the Armenian church, a priest was there. I asked if he spoke English. I told him I was recording a Syrian album. That was my first time I heard this liturgical music. That moment is also the last track on the album, the Lords Prayer Our Father . A veteran of the D. punkhardcore scene and a fan of exploratory music from far-flung places, Hamacher had wound up in Syria thanks t. Armenian Chanting from Aleppo. FORTY MARYRS Artist Format: Audio CD. Please retry. This time, the chants are sung without instrumentation by one priest, Yeznig Zegchanian, in the Forty Martyrs Church, whose origins go back to the Crusades with renovation in 1616. The recordings were made just before the current civil war in Syria in 2006 and 2010. The sound quality distinguishes the different dates. Forty Martyrs: Armenian Chanting from Aleppo, is the 2nd release in the critically acclaimed quotSacred Voices of Syriaquot series. 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. V Rev Yeznig Zegchanian. Record Label. Physical Media Format. Buy Forty Martyrs: Armenian Chanting From Aleppo Record Store Day 2015 at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Forty Martyrs: Armenian Chanting From Aleppo Record Store Day 2015. Electric Cowbell US. V Rev Yeznig ZEGCHANIAN. Format: limited trifold 180 gram vinyl 1-sided LP insert MP3 download code Cat: ELCW 596060 Released: 08 May 15 Genre: International. 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. Semerdjian comes from an Armenian family from Aleppo, and she wrote the liner notes for Zegchanian and Hamacher's Forty Martyrs: Armenian Chanting from Aleppo. She says the city became important to Armenians many centuries ago, because of Armenia's religious heritage. Armenian History Armenian Culture Aleppo My Heritage Dance Music Syria Priest The Voice Neon Signs. V Rev Yeznig Zegchanian - Forty Martyrs - Vinyl - . Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over 35. Buy V Rev Yeznig Zegchanian - Forty Martyrs - Vinyl at . Walmart Products