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    Armenian Patriotic Songs



    One simply can not talk about Armenian music without taking into serious consideration the "revolutionary" or "patriotic" genre that we have in abundance. I grew up with such lyrics and music. I can undoubtedly say it had a profound effect upon my consciousness, for the "hayrenasirakan" music I was exposed to molded how I see myself as an Armenian and my relationship to my fatherland. I believe all Armenian households, regardless of political affiliations, need to expose their children to this genre at an early age.

    I consider this unique Armenian musical genre on par with our liturgical "Sharakans" and our national folk music. This genre also has anthropological value for our nation for it vividly recounts, albeit with poetic license, important events, places and individuals. Our people, as with most Aryan peoples worldwide, have always composed songs and poetry recounting their victories and their defeats, their love for their homeland and their hate for their enemies. This genre is in essence the modern equivalent of our ancient heroic epics. When you listen to this kind of music it effectively transplants you back in time, some times several years back, sometimes several decades back, sometimes several centuries back. Nonetheless, this music takes you into another dimension of Armenian existence.

    Listen with interest, listen with pride - but most of all listen with respect, for many of the songs are dedicated to the brave men who fought and died for the fatherland.

    The following are excellent sources for such music:

    http://jdemirdjian.com/Pages/PatrioticSongs.htm

    http://www.homenetmen.se/Download.html

    Some of my favorite pieces:

    Gini Lits (Talati mah@): http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...ini%20litz.mp3

    Tatul Grbeyan: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...%20Grbeyan.mp3

    Azad Vokin Hayastani: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...rdjian.com.mp3

    Akhbers u Yes: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...-%20aghper.mp3

    Yelir Gevorg Yelir: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...r%20Kevork.mp3

    Menq Ankeghts Zinvor Enq: http://www.homenetmen.se/downloads/M...ENK-harout.mp3

    Artsakhi Mayrer: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...i%20Mayrer.mp3

    Khrimyan Hayrik: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...n%20Hayrig.mp3

    Akulistsi Kaj Patani: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...rdjian-com.mp3

    Hayots Martikner: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...0Our%20Yes.mp3

    Leran Lanchin: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...%20Lanchin.mp3
    Last edited by Armenian; 05-20-2007, 04:56 PM.
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    Նժդեհ


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    Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

    The King of all patriotic songs is Hing Hay Srter (Lisboni Five) by Karnig Sarkissian.
    I'd upload it and put the link up, but it's a protected mp4. Wouldn't do anyone of you any good.

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    • #3
      Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

      Here you go aper.

      Lizbon Hinq: http://www.homenetmen.se/downloads/LIZBON_5_NOR.mp3

      Originally posted by karoaper View Post
      The King of all patriotic songs is Hing Hay Srter (Lisboni Five) by Karnig Sarkissian.
      I'd upload it and put the link up, but it's a protected mp4. Wouldn't do anyone of you any good.
      Մեր ժողովուրդն արանց հայրենասիրութեան այն է, ինչ որ մի մարմին' առանց հոգու:

      Նժդեհ


      Please visit me at my Heralding the Rise of Russia blog: http://theriseofrussia.blogspot.com/

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      • #4
        Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

        Originally posted by Armenian View Post
        super! thanks

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        • #5
          Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

          Thank yu for all those awsome links

          Karo
          You should never argue with idiots because they will just drag you down to their level....then beat you with experience!!!!!!!

          "I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" Voltaire

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          • #6
            Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

            Exactly what I was looking for.. Thank you!
            I used to be schizophrenic, but we're ok now...

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            • #7
              Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

              Thanks

              If anyone wants to download, just Right Click and Save Link As.

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              • #8
                Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

                quality!

                Azad Vokin Hayastani - love this song

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                • #9
                  Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

                  Ays Petakan Sev Satanan by Karnik Sarkisian: http://jdemirdjian.com/DailySongs200...%20Sadanan.mp3
                  Մեր ժողովուրդն արանց հայրենասիրութեան այն է, ինչ որ մի մարմին' առանց հոգու:

                  Նժդեհ


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                  • #10
                    Re: Armenian Patriotic Songs

                    This isn't Armenian patriotic music. This is Dashnaktsutyans music Album.

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