Happy Friday, Revelers! We’re flashin’ back to a great post about Aram Khachaturian’s wild, whirling “Waltz” from his Masquerade Suite. For more classical revelry, follow us on Twitter @SibRev!
These days, it is almost impossible to escape the vise-like grip of endless, pointless news about a certain person of Armenian descent whose last name begins with the letter K. Just the thought of said person conjures bile in my throat and commands eye-rolling of the sort your mother warned you about.
Do you feel the same way, chèr reader? Classical music has the balm your soul needs. Yes indeed, classical music has its very own Armenian (though Soviet-born, raised and devoted) whose last name begins with the letter K, and I daresay you will not lose precious brain cells by paying him mind. I am pleased to make your acquaintance with Aram Khachaturian (1903-1978) and his catchy, whirling “Waltz“, which is the first movement from Masquerade Suite. Khachaturian composed the Suite as incidental music for the play Masquerade, written by 18th-century Russian writer Mikhail Lermontov…
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