Ara Dinkjian | Peace On Earth

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Peace On Earth

by Ara Dinkjian

Ara Dinkjian, founder of the influential group Night Ark, presents a program of masterpieces by Armenian, Greek, Turkish, Arab, and Jewish composers with this, his third release of annual concerts recorded at the Jerusalem Oud Festival.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Urfa Divan
3:57 album only
2. Bir Gun Olacak
6:16 album only
3. Mandilatos
3:25 album only
4. Erangi
3:29 album only
5. Kamancha - Yis Kou Ghimetn Chim Giti
3:10 album only
6. Ferafeza Longa
3:40 album only
7. Mahur Saz Semai
7:06 album only
8. Bint El Balad
10:34 album only
9. Vart Kaghelen Goukas Yar - Al Ayloughus Gorav
3:36 album only
10. Beyati Saz Semai
12:01 album only
11. Bu Aksam Gun Batarken Gel - Kara Bulutlari Kaldir Aradan - Benli
4:34 album only
12. Adanayi Vokhpuh
2:13 album only


Album Notes
Ara Dinkjian was born in New Jersey, USA in 1958. He graduated Hartt College of Music, earning the country’s first and only special degree in the oud (ancient Middle Eastern fretless lute). His groundbreaking and highly influential group NIGHT ARK has recorded four CDs for RCA/BMG and PolyGram/Universal and has given concerts throughout the States, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. His compositions have been recorded throughout the world by renown musicians and singers in 13 different languages. In 2002, Dinkjian was chosen to represent Armenia in the First International Meeting Of The Oud at which twelve of the world’s top oud players gathered in Thessaloniki, Greece for three days of solo concerts and master classes. His composition “Homecoming” (“Dinata, Dinata”) was performed at the closing ceremonies of the 2004 Athens Olympics. His latest CDs, An Armenian In America, Voice Of Armenians, and Peace On Earth were recorded live at the 2005, 2006, and 2007 Jerusalem International Oud Festivals. Ara Dinkjian continues to perform, record, compose, and teach.



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