A to Z: S is for Vahram Sargsyan

A2Z-BADGE-0002015-LifeisGood-230_zps660c38a0 Today is day 19 of the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge in which I attempt to blog every day (excepting Sundays) throughout the month of April. For this challenge, I am curating a collection of “classical” music pieces, which are lesser known or by lesser known composers (to me at least).Today’s composer is Vahram Sargsyan (b. 1981).

Wikipedia doesn’t say much about Vahram Sargsyan except on that he’s from Yerevan, has composed choral and piano music, and now lives in Montreal, Canada where he’s studying composition. These two pieces show off his exquisite choral composition ability. The first sounds a bit like Gregorian chants and probably was influenced by his Orthodox Christian background.

Vahram Sargsyan: Stilles Licht

Here is another interesting piece, called “Tribulationes.”

The composer’s Wikipedia page Vahram Sargsyan


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Writer and Education Professional. Specialties include Ethics, Personal Memoir, Classical music, Tai Chi, Stress Reduction, Meditation, Coping, Classical Music, Aging, Love, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity (& what interests me.)

2 Responses to A to Z: S is for Vahram Sargsyan

  1. kvennarad says:

    Hang on… ‘R is for Vahram Sargsyan’… ‘R’?

    Lovely music.


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