With: Petros Tabouris, Mohamed Arafa, Harris Lambrakis
A musical journey through the Armenian landscape is offered to us here. Like the sound of water flowing over the stones and the sand. Kanun, taboura, flute, duduk, ney, shevi, riko, saz and daul, unite their sounds with the oud to project the vividness of the colors and scents of this land. The warmth melodic voice of Haig Yazdjian reflects upon the soul of a nation that has experienced joy, but also deep sorrow.
- Garin 6'37
- Ov Sirun (Traditional Armenian) 3'21
- Lost Train 5'31
- Talar 5'55
- Habrban (Traditional Armenian) 3'26
- Weaving Silk 3'53
- Garod 4'05
- Journey 6'01
- Badouin Dance 4'24
- Kouyr Grounk (Traditional Armenian) 4'34
- Friday Morning 9'11
Part I : Friday morning
Part II : Erig Ounim (Traditional Armenian)
Haig Yazdjian was born by Armenian parents in Syria, but he has been living in Greece for over 15 years now. Discovering the enchanting world of Eastern music, he found the oud as a means to express his musical pursuits. Being one of the most popular musicians for many years, "TALAR", is his first personal album.