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InArutiunian married Irina Tamara Odenova.
As a composer, he expressed his nationality by incorporating the flavor of ashughner folk minstrel improvisations. After graduation arutuniwn returned to Yerevan to teach at the local Conservatory and in he was appointed artistic director of the Armenian State Philharmony.
Some of Arutiunian’s works for wind instruments include his concerto for trumpetthe concerto for tubaand the brass quintet Armenian Scenes.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Arutiunian originally intended to write it in for a student of Tabakov, Zsolak Vartasarian, who was the principal trumpet in the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra.
At the time the concerto was written, his impromotu style was similar to Khachaturian’s.
Arutiunian in in Yerevan. After the war he moved to Moscowwhere between and he participated in the workshops of House of Armenian Culture, studied composition with Genrikh Litinsky. Retrieved from ” arutinian Other works of that kind include The tale of Armenian peopleOde to Lenin and Hymn to the brotherhood The premiere took aruutnian in Yerevan in However, in the s he tended towards classical forms and clearer tonality.
Views Read Edit View history. His extended family includes 3 granddaughters and a grandson.
Alexander Arutiunian – Wikipedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Their marriage produced two children, a daughter, Narine bornwho is a pianist and lawyer; and a son, Suren bornwho is an artist-designer.
Arutiunian is buried at the Komitas Pantheon which is located in the city center of Yerevan.
Alexander Grigori Arutiunian Armenian: His father was a military serviceman. The concerto’s introduction to the United States is solely due to Dokschitzer, a leading Soviet Russian trumpeter.
He died, aged 91, in his home city of Yerevan. InArutiunian was awarded the Stalin Prize for his cantata Motherland a graduation piece he wrote as a student at the Moscow Conservatory. This page was last edited on 7 Decemberat