His pieces are well-known both among performers and among students. I am talking about his pieces for solo instruments and vocal soloists, choral music, music for chamber, wind and symphonic orchestras. I am not exaggerating by saying that Noubar continues the traditions of such prominent Armenian composers as A. Khachaturian, A. Spendiarov, G. Yeghiazaryan, G. Akhinyan, E. Oganesian, E. Mirzoyan and others. So, Israel. Noubar, what were your first impressions of reality in the new country and how do you feel about it today?
In , the Ministry of Defense organized a contestant for the best military march. Quote by M. It was a very interesting job, but also a very challenging one. As I was working, I marked three marches which were different from the rest due to their originality and their rich, professional orchestration.
The power and the beauty of their music reminded me of marches by Alexander Chernetsky, co-founder of the genre of Russian military march. There was another thing I liked: all the marches by the author I picked resembled of traditional Armenian music. Much health and much inspiration to Noubar! Do you find some of your pieces to be of primary importance? All of these are what I call my program pieces.
However, to me, all of my pieces are like my children, I love all of them equally. I also was a MP and I helped many. Probably, the Lord sees it all and repays us. My daughter went to Yerevan to for the oral defense of her thesis. It certainly gives us more freedom. On the first floor, they were selling notes and records. I nearly worshipped this composer! I ran downstairs and bought three records at once. As I came back up to the hall, all of a sudden I saw three great composers of the time: D.
Kabalevsky, T. Khrennikov, A. Apart from being a good husband, Noubar is a great father and grandfather! A series of concerts was dedicated to this sad event. One of the most memorable ones was the one of the National Philharmonic Orchestra with their principal conductor and artistic director, Eduard Topchjan who is also a Meritorious Worker of Art of Armenia.
He has mastered multiple musical genres. Many of his greatest pieces have been performed in Armenia. The solo was performed by the wonderful Israeli trumpeter Ram Oren who was very easy to communicate and work with. I wish much of inspiration to Noubar. A Colleague about a Colleague: Boris Levenberg, Composer It so happens that Noubar Aslanyan and I have something in common apart from being colleagues: we both had some absorption problems as we repatriated to Israel in the aliyah of the 90th, and we happened to be neighbors.
I remember our Saturday walks through our part of Haifa. I felt like I met an interesting guy whose views on music and composition were very close to mine. I was also charmed by his great sense of humor. You see, I first got acquainted with Noubar as a person, and I heard his music later. In his music, I feel his deep love to Armenian folk motives which is very natural for Noubar. Many of his pieces are tragic, as is the fate of this ancient, most wonderful and hard-working nation.
I can relate to him, being a clarinetist myself. Having watched the video, I sent a short note of gratitude to Jeffrey. I usually followed his recommendations and played them the way he wanted. Noubar is a very subtle musician and a great person. The slow parts are very moving and very insightful. The music is amazing. Some more details about the clarinet concerto. It gave me a huge inspiration, and as I played, I was trying to feel the music, to picture Armenia as a county and a nation.
To feel it the way he feels, you know? And I enjoyed this transformation a lot! We went to Armenia to perform this concerto there with the National Symphonic Orchestra.
It was a grand success. I will always be proud of these memories. You should have seen how we landed in Yerevan! Noubar was bursting with joy and happiness! And he passed this love to me by his music. Still inspired by that, I am planning to visit this country once again and to bring my family with me. I hope we do perform something else with the wonderful Armenian orchestra I will be always grateful to Noubar for his wonderful music!
He is a conservatory teacher and a member of a symphonic orchestra and a jazz band. As a child, I played in a wind orchestra and my Dad was the conductor. He dedicated some of his pieces for trumpet to me. I play both classical music and jazz with a great pleasure.
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