Bringing vocal repertoire of Genocide Survivors to new generations
"I was delighted to receive the first volume of Vocal Art of Armenian Composers of the Genocide for the University of Toronto Music Library's collection. Aside from its evident performance merits, the volume at hand is a valuable reference guide allowing non-Armenian speakers to "decode" the text and have the possibility to study this repertoire... with the help of the proper IPA transliteration. I'd be very interested in purchasing the subsequent volumes for the Library and would appreciate if you included me in your mailing list."
Houman BehzadiMusic Collection Development Librarian, Robarts Library, Toronto
"Dear Hasmig Injejikian,
Many thanks, your handsome volume of songs arrived today - we are pleased to be able to add it to our library's collection. The layout is beautiful and very practical; having the IPA and the text immediately preceding the songs is wonderfully helpful for singers. "
Lisa Philpott Librarian Western University, ONT
"Dear Hasmig, Thank you for the publication and CD. It is a very impressive volume of vocal work dedicated to the 5 composers who survived the Genocide. It was very well organized, written, and full of detail. It was a noble undertaking on your part, giving so much of your time and energy to uplift those composer's vocal music. I enthusiastically applaud and congratulate you on this endeavor."
Professor Hratch BerberianConcert violinist, pedagogue, musicologist