Dia Succari studied composition at the Conservatoire National Superieur in Paris in Olivier Messiaen's class. He taught there himself until 2003. His works are written in a universal musical language, inspired by the themes and rhythmic elements belonging to the oriental traditional music. Boghos Gelalian is an Armenian composer, inspired by the rhythmic patterns of the Middle East and Armenia. By experimenting their harmonization, Gelalian comes closer to atonal music. His music strives to transcend all national and cultural barriers to reach a universal audience. The sonata for cello and piano is approaching a maturity of style described by the French cellist Adrien Frasse-Sombet as an "Oriental Chopin".
Dia Succari studied composition at the Conservatoire National Superieur in Paris in Olivier Messiaen's class. He taught there himself until 2003. His works are written in a universal musical language, inspired by the themes and rhythmic elements belonging to the oriental traditional music. Boghos Gelalian is an Armenian composer, inspired by the rhythmic patterns of the Middle East and Armenia. By experimenting their harmonization, Gelalian comes closer to atonal music. His music strives to transcend all national and cultural barriers to reach a universal audience. The sonata for cello and piano is approaching a maturity of style described by the French cellist Adrien Frasse-Sombet as an "Oriental Chopin".
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Label: MAGUELONE
Rel. Date: 11/01/2019
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Folklore Orient Classic
Artist: Adrien Frasse-Sombet
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Dia Succari studied composition at the Conservatoire National Superieur in Paris in Olivier Messiaen's class. He taught there himself until 2003. His works are written in a universal musical language, inspired by the themes and rhythmic elements belonging to the oriental traditional music. Boghos Gelalian is an Armenian composer, inspired by the rhythmic patterns of the Middle East and Armenia. By experimenting their harmonization, Gelalian comes closer to atonal music. His music strives to transcend all national and cultural barriers to reach a universal audience. The sonata for cello and piano is approaching a maturity of style described by the French cellist Adrien Frasse-Sombet as an "Oriental Chopin".

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