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    Khachaturian Chant-Poeme for violin & piano (Sikorski)

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    Khachaturian, Chant-Poeme for violin & piano (Sikorski)

    Aram Ilich Khachaturian was born near Tiflis on 6 June 1903 and died in Moscow on 1 May 1978. He was ducated at the Gnesin School and at the Moscow Conservatory, Khachaturian emerged as one of the most successful and popular composers of the Soviet era. His unique musical idiom was marked by his Armenian heritage; his scores are noted for their sensuous, singing melodic writing, colourful orchestration, and elemental rhythmic drive. He was known in the West mainly as the composer of instrumental concerti and the ballet scores for Gayaneh and Spartacus, his output also included symphonies and other orchestral works, film and theater music, works for band, chamber music, and many patriotic and popular songs. 


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