Tag Archive: Armenia

Oct 20 2007

3,000 Year Old Instrument: The Armenian Duduk

The duduk is an 3,000 year old Armenian instrument of the woodwind family (similar to an oboe) that has been one of the biggest musical instruments in movies from the recent past. Using the knowledge and experience passed to us from the masters of Armenian duduk we are adding our own research and techniques to produce our own brand of instruments while maintaining its traditional integrity of Armenian duduk.

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Oct 19 2007

Vernissage Marketplace In Yerevan, Armenia

The Vernissage Marketplace is Yerevan is an amazing outdoor venue that holds a giant flea market every Saturday that runs from Republic Square all the way to Khanjian Street. It is open year round, though only on the weekends, except for a rump vernissage held daily at the end of the usual Vernissage venue where it meets Khanjian Street.

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Oct 15 2007

Armenia Tree Project (Blog Action Day Today)

Single Tree – $20.00, Cluster of Trees – $80.00, Grove of Trees – $160.00, Arbor of Trees – $700.00, Woodland of Trees – $2000.00, Forest of Trees – $5000.00 The following are front and back postcards that I got while I was in Yerevan at the Armenia Tree Project.

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Oct 12 2007

US House To Vote On Armenian Genocide Recognition

The US House of Representatives are going to be making a vote as to whether they should consider the “Event in 1915” as a genocide. house, armenia, congress, vote, genocide, recognition, us, turkey

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Oct 10 2007

Karekin II Boston Visit: Sayat Nova Armenian Dancing

The Sayat Nova Armenian Dance Company of Boston (horrible website by the way), performed in front of the Catholicos and Supreme Patriarch of all Armenians on Friday night which was amazing. Inspired by a love for their heritage and for dancing, members of the Company are enthusiastic, devoted individuals, investing both time and talent to make the Sayat Nova Dance Company a symbol of pride and achievement for the Armenian people.

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Oct 09 2007

What Kind Of Blogger Are You? Quiz For Blog Action Day

Blog Action Day is a day that will get bloggers around the world will unite to put a single important issue on everyone‚??s mind – the environment. blog action day, blog, action, day, armenia, tree project, environment

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Oct 06 2007

Karekin II Boston Visit: US and Armenian National Anthems

A few days ago, I blogged about the Armenian Anthem and had an attachment of the Anthem and I realized that it isn’t enough just to listen to it as audio, you need to see it and feel it.

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Oct 05 2007

His Holiness Karekin II Visting Boston October 5-7

Tonight His Holiness Karekin II, Catholicos and Supreme Patriarch of all Armenians will be in Boston October 5-7, 2007. I will be writing more about the function tonight and on Sunday at a later point and I hope to get some pictures (if they allow it) karekin, Catholicos, Armenia, Armenians, Supreme Patriarch, boston

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Sep 30 2007

Armenian National Anthem

“Mer Hayrenik” (“Our Fatherland”) is the National Anthem of Armenia which has been in place since 1991 when Armenia became independant. Here are the lyrics to the first verse of the Armenian National Anthem ARMENIAN LYRICS Mer Hayrenik, azat ankakh, Vor aprel eh dareh dar Yur vortikeh ard kanchoom eh Azat, ankakh Hayastan Yur vortikeh ard kanchoom eh Azat, ankakh Hayastan.

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Sep 21 2007

The Republic Of Armenia Could Get It’s Learner’s Permit

On this day in Armenian History 1991, the Republic of Armenia declared it’s freedom from the (former) Soviet Union to be apart of the New Independent States which later became the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States).

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