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Mantovani: Hovhannisyan, Petrossian – Sept, les Anges de Sinjar (24/96 FLAC)

Mantovani: Hovhannisyan, Petrossian - Sept, les Anges de Sinjar (24/96 FLAC)

Mantovani: Hovhannisyan, Petrossian – Sept, les Anges de Sinjar (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Michel Petrossian, Aram Hovhannisyan
Orchestra: Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain
Conductor: Bruno Mantovani
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo
Release: 2022
Size: 1.02 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Petrossian: Temps qui passe 1, yézidi
02. Hovhannisyan: L’ange Nouraïl (samedi)
03. Hovhannisyan: Temps qui passe 2, hébraïque
04. Petrossian: L’ange Chemnaïl (vendredi)
05. Petrossian: Temps qui passe 3, arménien
06. Hovhannisyan: L’ange Anzazil (jeudi)
07. Hovhannisyan: Temps qui passe 4, arabe
08. Hovhannisyan: L’ange Machaël (mercredi)
09. Petrossian: Temps qui passe 5, perse
10. Petrossian: L’ange Israfil (mardi)
11. Petrossian: L’ange Dardaïl (lundi)
12. Hovhannisyan: Malek Tawus, nuit (dimanche)
13. Petrossian: Malek Tawus, jour (dimanche)

A “duo” premiere by Armenian composers Aram Hovhannisyan and Michel Petrossian, commissioned by Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo, the ballet Sept, les anges de Sinjar draws its inspiration from Yezidi legends and myths. Complete with choreography by Michel Hallet Eghayan, the work traces each day in the week during which God created angels, culminating in the main figure of the Peacock Angel, both of whose opposing aspects, light and dark, are revealed. Mirroring the duality of Yezidism through the very contrast of their compositional styles, Hovhannisyan and Petrossian borrow from the musical worlds (Hebrew, Arabic, Armenian and Persian) surrounding this ancient religion. The work, of inexhaustible richness, is immortalized by the Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain, under its musical director Bruno Mantovani.

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