"Artostan" - Arto Tuncboyaciyan


  • artist:
    Arto Tuncboyaciyan
  • release year:
    2005
  • style(s):
    • Folk
    • Jazz
  • country:
    Armenia
  • formats:
    • CD (Compact Disc)
  • record submitted by:
  • label:
    Heaven & Earth
  • publisher:
    Heaven & Earth

“Artostan” marks a personal turning point in Arto Tunçboyaciyan’s life: after more than 20 years living in the US and working in the West, he is now looking back from his new adopted “Heimat” Armenia. The result is a radiophonic travel diary through the today’s globalized world of unlimited soundscapes, giving resonnance to his visions, emotions and his soul. The album is a trip to Arto Tunçboyaciyan’s philosophical homeland: Artostan.

The poetic power of his song lyrics is expressed with a unique voice in “Abush” - a song about truth in the today’s world. He lets the fragile-melancholy moods of difficult human trials resound on the little lute bular in “Little Protesta” - a song about his experience with liberty and freedom in America. He drums exuberant joy on the hand-drums bakdav ; mischievously innocent, he coaxes happiness and inner peace out of a simple cooking pot in the track “Sound of Silence”.

This album is complementary to “Love Is Not in Your Mind” by Arto Tunçboyaciyan & Vahagn Hayrapetyan, published on Heaven and Earth (HE15) contemporaneously. Both are introducing Artos’s philosophy and highest values "Love, Respect and Truth".

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Artostan

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sound of silence






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