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Terterian : Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Karabits

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In his homeland, Avet Terterian is regarded, alongside Aram Khachaturian, as the other giant of twentieth-century Armenian music, and as the founder of his nation’s progressive school of composers. Born in July 1929, Terterian began his musical education at the Baku Music College. Returning to his native country, he studied at the Komitas State Conservatory in Yerevan, latterly becoming a composition pupil of Edvard Mirzoian.
His early works follow in the tradition of Khachaturian. From his opera The Ring of Fire (1967) onwards, he developed an advanced musical language embracing atonality, chance elements, and electronics. Another significant influence was the music of Giya Kancheli, and important, too, was the way in which he absorbed aspects of Armenian folk and ancient liturgical music into his personal voice. The backbone of Terterian’s achievement is enshrined in his eight symphonies. In summing them up he wrote: ‘We are all living on the threshold of a terrible apocalyptic judgement. It has always seemed to me that my symphonies are a cry of the soul for salvation and for the forgiveness of sins.’ © Chandos

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Terterian : Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4

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Symphony No. 3 for duduk, zurna, and large symphony orchestra (Avet Terterian)

1
I. —
00:12:00

Tigran Aleksanyan, Duduk & Zurna - Vahe Hovanesian, Duduk & Zurna - Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Avet Terterian, Composer

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

2
II. —
00:08:45

Tigran Aleksanyan, Duduk & Zurna - Vahe Hovanesian, Duduk & Zurna - Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Avet Terterian, Composer

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

3
III. —
00:07:58

Tigran Aleksanyan, Duduk & Zurna - Vahe Hovanesian, Duduk & Zurna - Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Avet Terterian, Composer

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

Shogher djan (Soghomon Soghomonian (Komitas))

4
Shogher djan
00:01:33

Tigran Aleksanyan, Duduk - Vahe Hovanesian, Duduk - Komitas (Soghomon Soghomonian), Composer

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

Noobar-Noobar (Traditional)

5
Noobar-Noobar
00:02:30

Tigran Aleksanyan, Duduk - Vahe Hovanesian, Duduk - Traditional music

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

Symphony No. 4 for large symphony orchestra (Avet Terterian)

6
Pt. I Beginning
00:14:16

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Avet Terterian, Composer

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

7
Pt. II Figure 92
00:04:38

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Avet Terterian, Composer

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

8
Pt. III Figure 118
00:07:13

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Avet Terterian, Composer

© 2019 Chandos ℗ 2019 Chandos

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In his homeland, Avet Terterian is regarded, alongside Aram Khachaturian, as the other giant of twentieth-century Armenian music, and as the founder of his nation’s progressive school of composers. Born in July 1929, Terterian began his musical education at the Baku Music College. Returning to his native country, he studied at the Komitas State Conservatory in Yerevan, latterly becoming a composition pupil of Edvard Mirzoian.
His early works follow in the tradition of Khachaturian. From his opera The Ring of Fire (1967) onwards, he developed an advanced musical language embracing atonality, chance elements, and electronics. Another significant influence was the music of Giya Kancheli, and important, too, was the way in which he absorbed aspects of Armenian folk and ancient liturgical music into his personal voice. The backbone of Terterian’s achievement is enshrined in his eight symphonies. In summing them up he wrote: ‘We are all living on the threshold of a terrible apocalyptic judgement. It has always seemed to me that my symphonies are a cry of the soul for salvation and for the forgiveness of sins.’ © Chandos

Details of original recording : Recorded 30 and 31 March 2019, The Lighthouse, Poole, Dorset (UK)

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