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Khatchatour Avetissian - Oratorio In Memory Of The Victims Of The Armenian Genocide Of 1915 = Oratorio En Mémoire Des Victimes Du Génocide Arménien De 1915 flac album

Khatchatour Avetissian - Oratorio In Memory Of The Victims Of The Armenian Genocide Of 1915 = Oratorio En Mémoire Des Victimes Du Génocide Arménien De 1915 flac album Performer: Khatchatour Avetissian
Title: Oratorio In Memory Of The Victims Of The Armenian Genocide Of 1915 = Oratorio En Mémoire Des Victimes Du Génocide Arménien De 1915
Style: Contemporary
Released: 1995
Country: Netherlands
MP3 album: 1864 mb
FLAC album: 1827 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: VOX AUD WAV AIFF DMF AC3 VQF
Genre: Classical / Folk / World music

The funds raised by selling this record will be used for the benefit of the victims of the earthquake. Last sentence of the liner notes}. Rights Society: STEMRA. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.

Armenian Genocide in culture represents the ways in which people have represented the Armenian Genocide of 1915 in culture, including in art, literature, music and films. Furthermore, there are dozens of Armenian Genocide memorials around the world. The earliest example of the Armenian genocide in art was a medal issued in St. Petersburg, signifying Russian sympathy for Armenian suffering. It was struck in 1915, as the massacres and deportations were still raging

Album · 1989 · 6 Songs. Khachatoor Avedissian & Ludwig Doorian.

The roots of the genocide lie in the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. The empire’s ruler was also the caliph, or leader of the Islamic community. Minority religious communities, like the Christian Armenians, were allowed to maintain their religious, social and legal structures, but were often subject to extra taxes or other measures. The Young Turk movement of ambitious, discontented junior army officers seized power in 1908, determined to modernize, strengthen and Turkify the empire. They were led by what became an all-powerful triumvirate sometimes referred to as the Three Pashas. In March of 1914, the Young Turks entered World War I on the side of Germany. They attacked to the east, hoping to capture the city of Baku in what would be a disastrous campaign against Russian forces in the Caucuses. They were soundly defeated at the battle of Sarikemish.

Apart from the orphanages, tens of thousands of young girls and boys became slaves after 1915, bought and sold in bazaars and markets. Kidnapping Armenian children from the deportation convoys not only supplied the Turks and Kurds with servants, free labor or sex objects in their own homes, but also a marketable commodity that could be sold for profit in these markets.

Together, let’s create the Armenian map of the world. Eglise apostolique arménienne k, 31-33, rue Saint-Just, Arnouville-lès-Gonesse, 95400, France. It is dedicated to the memory of victims of the Armenian Genocide 1915-1921 period.

Remembrance of the victims of the Armenian Genocide of 1915 - over 100 Years and Not Forgotten. CommunitySee all. 168 people like this. 165 people follow this. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 30 August 2014. Advanced Hardwood Floors.

Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day or Armenian Genocide Memorial Day is a public holiday in Armenia and the Republic of Artsakh and is observed by the Armenian diaspora on 24 April. It is held annually to commemorate the victims of the Armenian Genocide of 1915. It was a series massacres and starvations of . million Armenians by the Turks.

In the context of "total war" where the boundaries between civilian and military targets disintegrated, the existing mission hierarchy seems to have broken down. 72 We have an extreme example of the fl exibility within the missionary gender hierarchy-what Line Nyhagen Predelli calls "contested patriarchal gender regimes": "Th is concept signals that women were in subordinate positions, and also that they were actively seeking to widen the scope and negotiate the terms of their own activities

Tracklist

1 Elégie = Ode 10:48
2 Ode A L'amour = Ode to Love 2:54
3 Berceuse = Lullaby 5:15
4 Ode A L'Exode = Ode to Exodus 10:40
5 Attente = Expectation 1:55
6 Arménie A Mille Ailes = Armenia With Thousand Wings 2:55

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Garni
  • Distributed By – Japel
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Garni
  • Copyright (c) – Garni
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Japel
  • Copyright (c) – Japel

Credits

  • Choir – Choeur De Musique De Chambre De La RTV D'Arménie*
  • Chorus Master – TiKran Hekekian*
  • Composed By – Khatchatour Avetissian*
  • Conductor [Folk Instruments Ensemble] – Manuel Beglarian
  • Ensemble – Orchestre D'Instruments Anciens D'Arménie*
  • Producer [Réalisation] – Patrick Papazian, Stépan Partamian*

Notes

Liner notes in French and English.

French & US pressing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 785727317524
  • Matrix / Runout: 00345BB4 42462

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5749.22 K. Avedissian* Oratorio In Memory Of The Victims Of The Armenian Genocide Of 1915 ‎(LP, Album) Syncoop Records 5749.22 Netherlands 1989
5749 CD 106 K. Avedissian* Oratorio In Memory Of The Victims Of The Armenian Genocide Of 1915 ‎(CD, Album) Syncoop Records 5749 CD 106 Netherlands 1989