- n. A surname.
- From Armenian Գասպարյան (Gasparyan). (Wiktionary)
“The name of Jivan Gasparyan Sr. has been synonymous with Armenian duduk for over 60 years.”
“This year saw Jivan Gasparyan the younger win the UNESCO prize there.”
“I was covering the festival, toting my trusty camcorder, and had the good fortune to arrange this spontaneous shoot with Gasparyan jr in a room just adjacent to the hotel kitchen.”
“Gasparyan senior was there too, and at the very end of this video you can see Jivan jr. slide his eyes sideways, to see if his grandfather approved of the performance.”
“As a boy, Gasparyan fell in love with the music of the apricot-wood duduk, and today he's a global ambassador for its sound.”
“The 17 pieces range widely in time, from a Handel's "Largo" on which the stately soprano sax line is cushioned by string ensemble, to modern compositions by Nyman, Glass, McGlynn and Tanaka - for whose "Night Bird" McChrystal conveys the absorbing, crepuscular mood of a duduk recital by Djivan Gasparyan.”
“Venera Gasparyan: presently, two Armenian churches are functioning in the Moldovan capital but they are rarely attended.”
“Venera Gasparyan: We have created Armenia in miniature.”
“Gasparyan, who spoke to the Turkish Daily News, gave the following statement:”
“Meanwhile, both Turkish and Armenian passengers showed great interest in Gasparyan.”
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