The show presents the masterpieces of classics in performance of distinguished musicians, as well as provides comprehensive information about the lives and works of composers and performers, their role and influence on further development of classical music.
The episode presents the comic Coffee Cantata of Johann Sebastian Bach. In an example of one family, this cantata reflects the different opinions raised around this drink imported to Europe.
The episode presents the biography and work of Aram Khachaturian in the period between the two world wars of the 20th century.
The episode is dedicated to the life and work of Makar Ekmalyan, and to his contribution to sacred music.
This episode is dedicated to the life and works of Heinrich Schütz who is regarded as the founder of the German school of composition.
The episode presents the creative portrait of Georg Philipp Telemann, his innovations and contribution to the art of music.
The episode is dedicated to the mission of the God-inspired art of Johann Sebastian Bach as the highest manifestation of the human spirit.
In this episode, works of different composers on the theme of these words of Jesus are juxtaposed.
In the choppy sea of mature Beethoven’s art, the first two concerts are lucid, quiet, elegant creations. The Second Concert was composed before the First Concert and is fettered by traditions.
Piano playing was not in the scope of interest of Beethoven. But his teacher Neefe managed to evoke the performance talent of the great musician. Soon Beethoven was known as an inimitable improviser. He was a composer and an interpreter at the same time. Later, this road led him to the First Piano Concert where the new powerful talent of the 25-year-old composer was reflected.
This episode outlines the creative portrait of Alexander Spendiaryan and presents his contribution to Armenian music culture.
The episode is devoted to the historical mission of Aram Khachaturian, namely to the harmonization of the musical culture of the East and West.
This episode of the program presents the centuries-old friendship of the Armenians and the French.
This episode outlines the path of Komitas's life and creativity, and his mission in the crystallization and establishment of Armenian national music.
This episode examines Cyril Scott's piano piece of the same name and presents both its original version and the arrangement for violin and piano.
This episode sketches the image of violinist Ruben Aharonyan as a person and an art worker.
The author of the program analyses, substantiates and proposes to restore, of course with renewed lyrics, the Anthem of the Armenian SSR composed by Aram Khachaturian.
This episode of the program draws parallels between the interpretations and songs written by different composers on the basis of Goethe's poem "Rose."
The second part of this episode presents the approaches of A. Spendiaryan, A. Babajanian, A. Arutiunian and others to the issue of interpretation and adaptation of ashugh songs.
The first part of this episode presents the first steps of making ashug songs polyphonic and their introduction to the art of Armenian composers.
During this episode, Daniel Yerazhisht covers Doctor of Art Mher Navoyan's lecture dedicated to Armenian spiritual vocal art. The lecture was held at the concert of Geghard Choir.
This issue of the program is dedicated to Jean Ter-Merguerian, the first Armenian violinist that has become a laureate in international competitions.
This issue of the program is dedicated to Medea Abrahamyan, the first Armenian cellist that has become a laureate in international competitions.
This issue of the program is dedicated to Ashot Abajyan, the first Armenian bassoonist that has taken part in international competitions.
This episode is dedicated to Ludwig van Beethoven's String Quartet No. 4, which expresses one of the main ideas of Beethoven's art, "from darkness to light."