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  • n. Russian composer (born in Armenia) whose works are romantic and reflect his interest in folk music (1903-1978)


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  • The Syphonic Dances, like the Khachaturian, is one of those later-romantic messes that cries out for someone to step in to temper the histrionics.

    On Balance

  • For example, in an editorial in Alzheimer's and Dementia, Zaven Khachaturian of the Campaign to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease by 2020 argues, "Ultimately, the only deliverable that counts is a credible plan of action that calls for significant and systematic increases in the allocation of resources and funds for Alzheimer's research... particularly in the discovery and development of interventions to prevent disability."

    Michael Friedman, L.M.S.W.: Meet the Mental Health Needs of People With Dementia

  • In a recent article in the same journal that published Khachaturian's editorial, Constantine Lyketsos and others argue that "neuropsychiatric symptoms NPS are core features of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias."

    Michael Friedman, L.M.S.W.: Meet the Mental Health Needs of People With Dementia

  • Shaham did the dirty work in the Khachaturian violin concerto with a technically admirable performance that really failed to connect.

    On Balance

  • Instead, I bought the Khachaturian at a music store and learned the piece on my own.

    The Memory Palace

  • “Today,” I say to myself, “I will receive the Khachaturian.”

    The Memory Palace

  • I thought of the firebird when I played the Khachaturian for the recital that never came, and when our mother burst into our rooms late at night.

    The Memory Palace

  • Its holiday concerts this Friday and Saturday will feature music by composers ranging from Bach, Khachaturian and Lili Boulanger to Lil' Wayne.

    Alt-Classical Surge Hits the Northwest

  • This week, the Philharmonic showed up with local favorite Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Assistant Conductor Lionel Bringuier for a grab bag Eastern European program centered around the Khachaturian piano concerto.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • She plays three Mozart concerti (K. 456, 491, 478), works by Scarlatti, Franck, Khachaturian, and the Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra by Paul Ben-Haim.

    Pnina Salzman.


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