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Who do we send?

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  • Who do we send?

    Suppose there's an international song contest with participants of eveeery country in the world. You're the head of the armenian delegation. Who's your first choice? Who do you think would best represent armenia's music?

    (feel free to talk about other countries too, though I'd really like to know your opinion on armenian music)

  • #2
    Tatoul, is the man!!!



    • #3
      OH GOD NO!
      tatoul? the guy with the nasal constipated voice whose music is comprised of the beats already installed in his keyboard?

      alright, alright....lemme clarify the question

      The singer you decide to send represents Armenia, not Kurdistan. Also, your intention must be to allow Armenia's victory, not humiliating defeat.


      • #4
        I think who is secondary in this case.
        as long as Zoorna, Duduk and Dap are a part of the instruments and as long as it's original Armenian music, compositionwise, (the kind that, I'm sorry to say, no one listens to now) I think any talented singer would do.
        I'd say Nune would do an awesome job performing pure Armenian music.
        I mean I love Haroot and Tata and Roupen and hokees lol, but since it's an international music event, I can't give these people's music "Armenian" credit. they're all affected by different kinds of music.
        - and you're gonna forget about me?
        =Every Day...


        • #5
          Good point Jahannam. I think I'm one of the few ppl left who still go crazy over Matevosian and Badalian.

          Nune would do a good job, and would be even better if she were accompanied by Jivan Gasparyan.

          Another one I really like is Alla Levonyan. She's from Armenia, quite young, with an amazing voice. She has some crappy songs, but quite a few great ones. Ever heard of her?


          • #6
            Baron Dants y ru taking my proposal seriously!!! is that possible for me to like that rabiz and ugly existence?

            Aram Asaturyan is very good one....................
            yeah yeah the fatass could do a good job!


            • #7
              lol, I didn't know how to take your tatoul proposal.

              As for Aram Asatryan, the only good thing about him was "Hay em Yes", only because it was catchy and fun at parties.

              As for the rest of his "work", nothing particularly armenian or inspiring...


              • #8
                yeah... this is freakin Glendale
                every singer from Armenia has been here...
                I've heard Alla perform on stage a while ago, but I don't recall any musical details about her.
                - and you're gonna forget about me?
                =Every Day...


                • #9
                  Originally posted by fIReBuRntInHeLL
                  Baron Dants y ru taking my proposal seriously!!! is that possible for me to like that rabiz and ugly existence?

                  Aram Asaturyan is very good one....................
                  yeah yeah the fatass could do a good job!
                  I hope you're kidding about him too woman!
                  I'm often embarrassed of the fact that I share a nationality with that guy.
                  - and you're gonna forget about me?
                  =Every Day...


                  • #10
                    ooh Common, dont u just love his FAT face, and the whole fatiness on the stage!!! he would definitely be the winner!!!