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  • Yerevan Erebuni

    Can anyone tell me where I can find the words to the song "Yerevan Erebuni"? English would be preferable but I will start with Armenian if you can direct me.

    Thanks,
    Robin

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    Երեւան դարձած իմ Էրեբունի:
    My ancient Erebuni that has become Yerevan.

    Դու մեր նոր Դվին, մեր նոր Անի:
    You are our new Dvin, our new Ani.

    Մեր փոքրիկ հողի դու մեծ երազանք,
    ...A dream gracing our small corner of the earth,

    Մեր դարե կարոտ, մեր քարե նազանք:
    After centuries of longing, with rocks carved into facades of lace.

    Երեւան դարձած իմ Էրեբունի,
    Yerevan, my ancient Erebuni,

    Դարեր են անցել, բայց մնացել ես պատանի:
    Centuries have come and gone, but you remain youthful.

    Քո Մասիս հորով, քո Արաքս մորով
    With your father Masis and your mother Arax at your side

    Մեծանաս դարով Երեւան:
    May you prosper, Yerevan.

    Կյանքում ամեն սեր լինում է տարբեր,
    In life, each love is unique,

    Իսկ մենք բոլորս ենք քեզնով հարբել:
    But we are all taken with love for you.

    Տաք է սերը մեր, շեկ քարերիդ պես,
    The warmth of our feelings is reflected in your stone

    Հին է սերը մեր ձիգ դարերիպես:
    Compressed and solid.

    Երեւան դարձած իմ Էրեբունի,
    Yerevan, my ancient Erebuni,

    Դարեր են անցել, բայց մնացել ես պատանի:
    Centuries come and go, but you remain youthful.

    Քո Մասիս հրով, քո Արաքս մորով
    With your father Masis and your mother Arax at your side,

    Մեծանաս դարով Երեւան:
    May you prosper, Yerevan.
    Last edited by KanadaHye; 03-09-2011, 11:09 AM.
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    • #3
      Re: Yerevan Erebuni

      Originally posted by Regalhank View Post
      Can anyone tell me where I can find the words to the song "Yerevan Erebuni"? English would be preferable but I will start with Armenian if you can direct me.

      Thanks,
      Robin
      It's correct name is "Erebuni Yerevan", the words are by Paruyr Sevak.
      Plenipotentiary meow!

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      • #4
        Re: Yerevan Erebuni

        yah and music stolen from Michel Legran or Garvarents... well I do not remember for sure but the music is plagiat
        Death or Freedom!

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        • #5
          Re: Yerevan Erebuni

          Եւ մի տանիր զմեզ ի բորձութիւն
          Այլ փրկեա ի չարէ:

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          • #6
            Re: Yerevan Erebuni

            Originally posted by KanadaHye View Post
            Երեւան դարձած իմ Էրեբունի:
            My ancient Erebuni that has become Yerevan.

            Դու մեր նոր Դվին, մեր նոր Անի:
            You are our new Dvin, our new Ani.

            Մեր փոքրիկ հողի դու մեծ երազանք,
            ...A dream gracing our small corner of the earth,

            Մեր դարե կարոտ, մեր քարե նազանք:
            After centuries of longing, with rocks carved into facades of lace.

            Երեւան դարձած իմ Էրեբունի,
            Yerevan, my ancient Erebuni,

            Դարեր են անցել, բայց մնացել ես պատանի:
            Centuries have come and gone, but you remain youthful.

            Քո Մասիս հորով, քո Արաքս մորով
            With your father Masis and your mother Arax at your side

            Մեծանաս դարով Երեւան:
            May you prosper, Yerevan.

            Կյանքում ամեն սեր լինում է տարբեր,
            In life, each love is unique,

            Իսկ մենք բոլորս ենք քեզնով հարբել:
            But we are all taken with love for you.

            Տաք է սերը մեր, շեկ քարերիդ պես,
            The warmth of our feelings is reflected in your stone

            Հին է սերը մեր ձիգ դարերիպես:
            Compressed and solid.

            Երեւան դարձած իմ Էրեբունի,
            Yerevan, my ancient Erebuni,

            Դարեր են անցել, բայց մնացել ես պատանի:
            Centuries come and go, but you remain youthful.

            Քո Մասիս հրով, քո Արաքս մորով
            With your father Masis and your mother Arax at your side,

            Մեծանաս դարով Երեւան:
            May you prosper, Yerevan.
            Thank you so much for this and to all the rest of you. Now, is it possible for me to get the Armenian in Latin letters and then I'll stop asking for favors.

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              Re: Yerevan Erebuni

              Originally posted by Regalhank View Post
              Thank you so much for this and to all the rest of you. Now, is it possible for me to get the Armenian in Latin letters and then I'll stop asking for favors.
              Which dialect?
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              • #8
                Re: Yerevan Erebuni

                Originally posted by Federate View Post
                Which dialect?
                The better one of course.
                [COLOR=#4b0082][B][SIZE=4][FONT=trebuchet ms]If you think you can, or you cant, youre right.
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                  Re: Yerevan Erebuni

                  Originally posted by Siggie View Post
                  The better one of course.
                  I thought Armenians in Iran couldn't decide which was better.... since they decided to speak Eastern but use Western writing.
                  "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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                  • #10
                    Re: Yerevan Erebuni

                    Originally posted by KanadaHye View Post
                    I thought Armenians in Iran couldn't decide which was better.... since they decided to speak Eastern but use Western writing.
                    Iranian-Armenians use the correct spelling and pronounciation :P It is the Soviet reform of Armenian orthography in the Armenian SSR which resulted in some people thinking eastern Armenian spelling is incorrect. The Armenians of Iran kept the traditional Mashdots orthography as well as the eastern dialect.
                    For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
                    to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



                    http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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