Gayane: Syuzanna Pirumyan Armen: Sevak Avetisyan Giko: Armen Gevorgyan Nuneh: Zhakelina Sarkhoshyan Karen: Garik Babelyan

CREDITS: Music by Aram Khachaturian Libretto by Vilen Galstyan Musical Director and Principal Conductor: Karen Durgaryan Choreographer: Vilen Galstyan Set Designer: Minas Avetisyan Costume Designer: Roubina Hovhannisyan

Performance running time: 2 hours 20 minutes There will be two intervals

SYNOPSIS: Act I In an Armenian village people are resting after a hard day’s work. Compared with the other girls, Gayaneh stands out with her beauty and charm. In her spare time she loves to dance. Gayaneh is the embodiment of Armenia, its vivid colours and unique national hues. Armen, who is in love with Gayaneh, cannot draw his eyes away from the young woman.

Act II Giko, who is aware of Gayaneh and Armen’s love, nevertheless tries to win the girl’s heart. His unrequited love encourages him to play dirty and cruel tricks. Giko is a courageous and decisive fellow who will see no obstacles in his path. But here he faces defeat. This annoys Giko. His heart is filled with malice and despair. He resolves to avenge himself.

Act III With the help of his friends, Giko abducts Gayaneh. The entire village hears of what has happened with lightning speed. The villagers are shocked and angry. Led by Armen, they discover the kidnappers. Giko is unable to bear the villagers’ wroth. He resolves to flee. Gayaneh and Armen are happy. Love has triumphed and they are free to marry. All their fellow villagers sing and dance at the wedding. This part of the ballet includes several folk dances, among them the famous Sabre Dance.

The opera house was founded in 1932 and opened in January 1933. In 1938 the theatre was named after the outstanding Armenian musician and teacher Alexander Spendiarian, while in 1956 it was awarded the honorary epithet of “Academic”. The very greatest figures in Armenian culture were involved in the establishment of the theatre, among them the singers Aikanush Danielian, Shara Talian, Leon Isetsky-Ioanisian and Alexander Karatov, the conductors Konstantin Sarajev, Georgy Budagian, Suren Charekian, Vladimir Piradov, Sergei Shatirian and Mikael Tavrizian, the designers Martiros Sarian and Ara Arutyunian, the stage directors Arshak Burjalian, Armen Gulakian, Levan Kalantar and Vardan Ajemian and the ballet master Ilya Arbatov. The gala opening of the theatre saw a performance of Alexander Spendiarian’s opera Almast, the libretto of which was based on the poem The Capture of Tmkabert by Hovhannes Tumanian, itself based on folk tales and legends. The opera was given a rapturous reception by audiences and critics alike, and ever since then the theatre has opened each new season with this opera in line with tradition. The first ballet production was Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake in 1935. Thanks to the opening of the new theatre, Armenia began to witness the emergence of operas and ballets based on folk themes. In 1939 Aram Khachaturian composed music for Happiness, the first Armenian ballet. The ballet was subsequently renamed Gayaneh, and this new music version was created in 1942 to a libretto by Konstantin Derzhavin with choreography by Nina Anisimova, though in 1957 the score was drastically revised. Khachaturian later composed three suites for concert performance based on music from the stage version of the ballet. Arguably, the most famous musical highlight is the Sabre Dance from the last act of the ballet. To this day, Gayaneh is a vivid example of the combination of folk and classical dance and it has become a symbol of Armenia. The production created by people’s artist of Armenia Vilen Galstyan occupies a special position in the repertoire of Armenia’s national opera house – its dancers have performed it in countries all over the world, and wherever it is performed it is an unfailing “hit” with audiences. Over the years, the theatre has formed a rich and varied repertoire, staging the finest operas and ballets from international and Armenian music reserves. These include the operas Davit-Bek and Anush by Armen Tigranyan, Arshak II and Karine by Tigran Chukhajian, The Queen of Spades by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, I pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo, Otello and La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi, Poliuto by Gaetano Donizetti, Carmen by Georges Bizet and Aleko by Sergei Rachmaninoff and the ballets Sevan by Grigory Yegiazarian, Gayaneh and Spartacus by Aram Khachaturian, Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev, Don Quixote by Ludwig Minkus, Vardanank by Edgar Oganesian, the Gotan Project’s Tango, Sayat-Nova by Alexander Arutiunian, Spring to music by Antonio Vivaldi and Boléro to music by Maurice Ravel to name but a few. Over the years the theatre has been directed by acclaimed figures of the arts world – such as singer and stage director Tigran Levonyan and singer Gegam Grigorian – while the theatre’s current Principal Conductor and Music Director is Karen Durgaryan, Honoured Artist of the Republic of Armenia.

Gayaneh (original version)


*doli = double-headed cylindrical drum of Georgian origin**daira = single-headed round drum of Caucasian origin

in 1957, this is a powerful musical portrayal of the cotton farm in flames due to the evil machinations of by Daniel Jaffé

Gayaneh (original version)


July 2014Mariinsky TheatreState Academic Opera and Ballet Theater of ArmeniaGayanehballet in three actsMusic by Aram Khachaturian Libretto by Vilen Galstyan Musical Director and Principal Conductor: Karen Durgaryan Choreographer: Vilen Galstyan Set Designer: Minas Avetisyan Costume Designer: Roubina Hovhannisyan


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Im ersten Akt sieht man, wie die junge einem Offizier der Grenztruppen nachschaut (andere Version: .. Vorsitzenden der Kolchose nachschaut und von ihm eine Rose geschenkt bekommt). Er gerät immer mehr in die Rolle des Außenseiters und hegt Rachegedanken.

Vielfältige Tätigkeiten sind auf der Bühne zu betrachten, die Herstellung eines Teppichs, das Backen von Fladenbrot und sonstiges buntes Volkstreiben. Es herrscht eine gute Stimmung, bis hat die Männer belauscht und versucht verzweifelt ihren Mann zur Vernunft zu bringen, aber er sperrt sie ein.

Eines Morgens erwacht hat nun eine Tochter ohne Vater, aber „das Vaterland steht über allem.“

Die Wiederaufbauarbeiten der abgebrannten Speicher gehen bei Tanz und Musik schnell voran, die nächste Ernte steht schon vor der Tür, dank einer klugen Bodenbewirtschaftung. Zum Richtfest erklingt der heute noch berühmte SäbeltanzGayanehKasakow gestehen sich ihre Liebe und wollen auch gleich heiraten. [1]

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Description by James Manheim

Aram Khachaturian’s ballet Gayane, variously spelled „Gayne,“ „Gayaneh,“ and „Gayané,“ had its premiere at the Kirov Ballet on December 9, 1942, in wartime. The ballet’s story concerned a young woman named Gayane living on a collective farm of which her father is the chairman. Gayane helps entrap a spy bent on stealing Soviet geological secrets. That clunker of a Communist plot may explain why recordings of the entire ballet have been hard to find in recent decades, even though Gayane spawned one of the last of the great orchestral warhorses, the Sabre Dance. Originally part of a suite of ethnic dances in the ballet’s second act, the Sabre Dance is an irresistible piece of fun that’s known and loved far beyond the confines of classical music fandom. Its appeal partly derives from its combination of a highly dissonant element, an alternation between major and minor sevenths with full-blown, hell-for-leather, stomp-your-feet forward motion.

The neglect of the rest of Khachaturian’s music is a shame, for the ballet has many noteworthy moments of folkloric flavor beyond the Sabre Dance. The story resolves itself in praise for the friendship among the various peoples of the Soviet Union, a development that gave the Georgian-born and Armenian-begotten Khachaturian plenty of room to explore the rhythms and textures of Central Asian folk music. Two of the other dances in the Act II set evokes a group much in the news, the Kurds, and in general Gayane did much to inspire a folkloristic strain in postwar Soviet music even as its composer suffered condemnation at the hands of Stalinist cultural thugs. Gayane, whose music Khachaturian created for Russian ballerina Nina Anisimova, enjoyed several revivals in the years after its composition, and each time Khachaturian tinkered with the score. One indication of the music’s riches and its popularity in its own day is that the composer extracted three orchestral suites from the music during and after the ballet’s composition.

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Khachaturian: Spartacus, Gayaneh (Suites) / Glazounov : Les Saisons Wiener Philharmoniker, Aram Khachaturian / L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Ernest Ansermet. Released on 01/01/2000 by Decca Music Group Ltd. Main artist: Wiener Philharmonic Orchestr Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Khachaturian*, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*, Yuri Temirkanov – Suites From The Ballets: Spartacus • Gayaneh at Discogs. Complete your Khachaturian*, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*, Yuri Temirkanov collection KHACHATURIAN, A.I.: Gayane Suites Nos. 1-3 by Aram Il’yich Khachaturian. Listen to classical music CDs online

. Khachaturian later composed three suites for concert performance based on music from the stage version of the ballet. Arguably, the most famous musical highlight is the Sabre. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1999 CD release of Suite From The Ballets Spartacus And Gayaneh on Discogs

Gayaneh entlarvt ihren Mann als Urheber der Schandtat, so dass auch er, von Kasakow verhaftet, den Weg ins Straflager antreten muss. Man kann ihr die rückhaltlose Aufdeckung der Straftat nicht verübeln, auch wenn es dem Vater ihres Kindes die Freiheit kostet, denn das Vaterland steht über allem. 4. Akt: Probleme hat man nicht! Die niedergebrannten Speicher wurden schnell wieder aufgebaut. . 2 PREVIEW Gayaneh – Suite: Mountaineers‘ Dance. 3 PREVIEW Gayaneh – Suite: Lullaby. 4 PREVIEW Gayaneh – Suite: Lezghinka. 5 PREVIEW Masquerade. Masquerade – Suite: Waltz. 6 PREVIEW Masquerade – Suite: Nocturne. Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Loris Tjeknavorian & Yuri Boghosian. 7 PREVIEW Masquerade – Suite: Mazurka. 8 PREVIEW Masquerade – Suite.

Spartacus, Ballett-Suite (Auszüge) / Szene Und Tanz Mit Zymbeln: I: A 4. Spartacus, Ballett-Suite (Auszüge) / Tanz Der Gaditanischen Mädchen Und Sieg Des Spartacus: 22:50: I: B 5. Gayaneh, Ballett-Suite (Auszüge) / Säbel Tanz: I: B 6 Komponist: Khachaturian, Aram: Dance Of The Pirates, The – Adagio of Spartacus And Phrygia – To the Heroes of the Patriotic War – Masquerade – Sabre Dance – Gayaneh Dance Suite No. 1 – Lezghinka from Gayaneh – Sabre Dance from Gayaneh – Sabre Dance (from Gayane Ballet) – Sabre Dance – Gopak – Gayenah Dance Suite On this recording the ‚Sabre Dance‘ from Gayaneh bursts into the room with explosive impetus and bite. The Sabre dancers are closely followed by the young maidens who come in as if the sabres were being flourished directly behind them, and hard on their heels come the Mountaineers who obviously have the Abominable Snowman in hot pursuit. With the brilliant recording projecting everything in. Gayaneh. Suite from the Ballet * = required. Send to email(s): To send to more than one person, separate addresses with a comma. Your name: Your email: Personal message: Tell a friend (or remind yourself) about this product. We’ll instantly send an email containing product info and a link to it. You may also enter a personal message. We do not use or store email addresses from this form for. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Khachaturian: Valencian Window Suite; Gayaneh Suite No. 2; Tjeknavorian: Danses Fantastiques – Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Loris Tjeknavorian on AllMusic – 199

Finden Sie Top-Angebote für Sinfonie 2/Gayaneh-Suite/+ von WP,Aram Khatchaturian (2002) bei eBay. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel Preparing suites from the ballet in 1943, Khachaturian was careful not to give everything away at once, the best pieces being distributed over three collections. In the upshot, the suites are seldom heard as the entities Khachaturian programmed, conductors more often than not making their own selection. In the composer’s recension, Suite No. 1. Sinfonie 2/.

Khachaturian: Spartacus, Gayaneh & Masquerade Suites. John Georgiadis (violin) London Symphony Orchestra, Stanley Black. Release Date: 7th Dec 1989; Catalogue No: 4170622; Label: Decca; Length: 57 minutes; Presto CD $15.50. Usually despatched in 2 – 3 working days. Add Presto CD to basket . Downloads What are FLAC and MP3? MP3 $6.75. FLAC (CD quality, 44.1 kHz, 16 bit) $8.50. This release. Khachaturian: Music from Gayaneh, etc.. Apex: 8573892372. Buy CD or download online. Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Lazare

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Gayaneh Suite No. 2. 24.99 GBP – Sold by Musicroom UK. Similar items. Details. Details. Aram Il’yich Khachaturian: Gayaneh Suite No. 1: Orchestra: Instrumental Work Orchestra [Sheet music] Chant du Monde. Partition d’orchestre de la suite No. 1 de Gayaneh au format A4 140 pages sous couverture. Nouvelle gravure. 27.99 GBP – Sold by Musicroom UK. Similar items. 2 sellers. Details. Details. Aram. Inhalt: 1. Introduction 2. Love Duet 3. Intermezzo 4. Harvest Holiday In 1941, Khatchaturian composed a ballet soon to be known throughout the world -.

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Date Title Attributes Artist Length; performance; 1954-11-24 – 1954-11-27: : Sabre Danc Spartacus/ Gayaneh – Ballet Suites. Play album. Save to collection. Share album ©℗ 1986 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. Play All. Khachaturian • Spartacus Suite No. 1 op. 82a (1955) • 3. Variations of Aegina and Bacchanalia . Aram Khachaturian. Spartacus Suite No. 1 op. 82a (1955) 3. Variations of Aegina and Bacchanalia. Yuri Temirkanov, Royal.

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Gayaneh Suite No. 2: III. Russian Dance Songtext von Aram Khachaturian mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf CD Online Shop: Khachaturian: Spartacus, Gayaneh, The Seasons CD von Aram Khatchaturian bei bequem online bestellen Gayaneh-Suite Nr. 1: No. 8 Lezginka · Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 3 F-Dur · Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1 G-moll – Allegro Molto (14 Min.) Programm; Werkeinführung; Johann Strauss und den Wiener Walzer überlassen die Berliner Philharmoniker zum Jahresabschluss traditionell den philharmonischen Kollegen der österreichischen Hauptstadt. Das heißt aber nicht, dass nicht auch im Berliner Silvesterkonzert. Das Adagio für Violoncello solo und Streicher aus der ersten Gayaneh-Suite wurde in Stanley Kubricks 2001: Odyssee im Weltraum verwendet. Der amerikanische Filmkomponist James Horner zitiert es in mehreren seiner Soundtracks, vor allem – ohne Erwähnung – im Abspann (Resolution and Hyperspace) des Films Aliens – Die Rückkehr von James Cameron

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Gayaneh Suite (1942): No. 29 – Dance Of Old Men And Women 8. Gayaneh Suite (1942): No. 35 – Sabre Dance 9. Masquerade Suite (1944): Waltz 10. Masquerade Suite (1944): Nocturne 11. Masquerade Suite (1944): Mazurka Adaptive_ocr true Addeddate 2019-12-04 03:42:22 Betterpdf true Bookreader-defaults mode/1up Boxid IA1602112 Catalog_time 488 Country US Disccount 1 External-identifier urn:discogs. Partitur Gayaneh suite von Aram KHACHATURIAN für Blasorchester, Orchester, Originelle Musik. Publisher und Wiederverkäufer, Robert Martin bietet Online-Verkauf von mehr als 50.000 Partituren, Bücher und CDs für Orchester und Musiker seit 193 Khachaturian: Symphony No. 2 & Gayaneh Suite. Decca: 4256192. Buy download online. Wiener Philharmoniker, Aram Il’yich Khachaturia

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First Suite from the ballet Gayaneh for orchestra, op. 53: VIII. Lezghinka (catch-all for arrangements) (track B2) Gayane: Sabre Dance (for organ, Kiviniemi) (track B2) Gaîté Parisienne (for three pianos, Griguoli) (tracks A1-B1) Lezghinka.