Tigran Hamasyan - EP №1 FLAC album
Title: EP №1
Style: Post Bop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1716 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1377 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1227 mb
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Album · 2011 · 5 Songs. EP, No. 1 Tigran Hamasyan.
Tigran Hamasyan, new solo album 'An Ancient Observer' coming out march 2017. With pianist/composer Tigran Hamasyan, potent jazz improvisation fuses with the rich folkloric music of his native Armenia. Turning 30 in 2017, he’s one of the most remarkable and distinctive jazz-meets-rock pianists of his generation. A piano virtuoso with groove power, Tigran’s latest adventurous project is 2017’s An Ancient Observer, his second solo album, his eighth overall as a sole leader, and his sophomore recording for Nonesuch.
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
Tigran Hamasyan – EP №1. Label: Universal Music France – 278 546-9. All compositions are by Tigran except "Mother, where are you", Armennian medieval hymn. Arrangements by Tigran, all songs published by Yergatun (BMI). Recorded at Studio Sequenza and Kerseboon Studio in 2010 and 2011.
I would like to dedicate this album to my parents, grand parents, my great grandfather Hovhannes Hamasyan, Avetik Isahakyan, Armen Tigranian, Hovanes Shiraz, Jivani, Sheram, Mher Mkrtchian, Levon Madoyan and Mkrtich Malkhasyan. On Tour → ww. igranhamasyan. 18 April ·. Nonesuch Records.
Tigran Hamasyan - Listen toTigran Hamasyan on Deezer. Tetrachords have their origin in Greek music and use a format where the last note of a tetrachord forms the first note of the next creating a theoretically endless scale. This provides an interesting platform from which to explore jazz progressions and Hamasyan is a masterful exponent of this unique format.
|The Old Garden|
|A Crane Came From Van|
|Mother, Where Are You?|
|278 546-9||Tigran Hamasyan||EP №1 (10")||Universal Music France||278 546-9||Europe||2011|
|2785469, none||Tigran Hamasyan||EP N°1 (CD, EP, Promo)||Universal Music France, Verve Records||2785469, none||France||2011|