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David Drambyan – The Worship of Light’s Spirit


String Quartet (1992; 1997 – second edition)

1. Part I (Andante sostenuto. Allegro con moto) – 4:24

2. Part II (Tranquillo. Agitato. Tranquillo) – 3:21

3. Part III (Allegro molto. Andante esspressivo) – 4:58

    Recorded at “Brevis” studio, Yerevan, 24-25 November 1997

Nonna Alakhverdova – 1st violin

David Terzyan – 2nd violin

Ara Ghukasyan – viola

Vaghenak Galoyan – cello


4. Khorhourd Khorin [Deep Sacrament] (for clarinet and piano, 1995) – 3:16

    The original theme by Khachatur Taronetsy, XII c.

    Recorded at “Brevis” studio, Yerevan, 17 December 1997

Narek Manukyan – clarinet

Arthur Avanesov - piano


5. The Worship of Light’s Spirit (for flute quartet, 1997) – 8:56

    Recorded at “Brevis” studio, Yerevan, 12 and 17 December 1997

The flute players did not wish to be named


6. O My Love (for voice, violin, cello and piano, 1997) – 4:24

    Lyric by Robert Burns

    Recorded at “Brevis” studio, Yerevan, 24 and 28 December 1997

David Drambyan – voice

Lilit Davtyan – violin

Hrant Yeranosyan – cello

Lia Hakhnazaryan – piano


7. Sonata-Fantasia for guitar (1993) – 12:56

    Recorded at Yerevan State Philharmony, 30 July 1998

David Drambyan – guitar


      Total Playing Time – 42:20


All tracks by David Drambyan


Recording engineers – Areg Nazaryan (tracks 1-6), Ruben Osipov (track 7)

Sound mastering by Ruben Osipov

Cover design by Artashes Stamboltsyan & Ripsy Hovhannisyan

Hardware & software support by Vlad Grigoryantz & Ruben Osipov

Produced by David Drambyan 1998





«O My Love» [songtext] (Robert Burns, adapted by D. Drambyan)


O my Love’s like a red, red rose

That's newly sprung in June;

O my Love’s like the melody

That's sweetly played in tune.


As fair art thou, my bonny lass,

So deep in love am I;

In love!

And I will love thee still, my dear,

Till all the seas gang dry.


Till all the seas gang dry, my dear,

And the rocks melt with the sun;

I will love thee still, my dear,

While the sands of life shall run.


And fare thee well, my only Love!

And fare thee well a while!

My Love!

And I will come again, my Love

Though it were ten thousand mile.