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Seven Springs

by Zulal

In Zulal's third album the trio explores the harmonic and rhythmic wealth of the Armenian folk canon, where village girls meet modern women, melodies move forward and back in time, and light and dark find equal footing.
Genre: World: Armenian
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2. Nino
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3. Vai Le
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4. Mogats Harsner
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5. Yes Aghchig Em
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6. Zepyur Barev Dar
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7. Mer Dan Idev
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8. Mer Dan: Vai Vaveler
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9. Yes Boojoor Em
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10. Tamzara
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11. Shogher Jan
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Album Notes
Zulal Armenian A Cappella Folk Trio
Zulal trio celebrates the trials and joys of old Armenian village life: girls cast fortunes by the moon’s light, morning smoke rises from the tonir (clay oven), young brides weave golden threads through their hair as others spin wool into gossip. These images of the past come to life in Zulal’s arrangements, hearkening back to a simpler time, providing tokens of comfort in our increasingly complex, modern world.

In Armenian, zulal means “clear water.” Zulal, the a cappella trio, takes Armenia’s village folk melodies and weaves intricate arrangements that pay tribute to the rural roots of the music while introducing a sophisticated lyricism and energy. Zulal’s singers, Teni Apelian, Yeraz Markarian and Anaïs Tekerian, have been singing together since 2002. The trio has performed in such esteemed venues as the Getty Museum, Berklee College of Music, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage and New York’s Symphony Space, along with performances for Cirque du Soleil and the Silk Road Project. Additionally, the trio has scored the film Stone Touch Time and has two critically acclaimed albums to its credit.

Seven Springs is Zulal's third long-awaited album.



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