Ansahman means limitless in Armenian. Without boundaries. Infinite.


For the musician, a simple melodic line found in an old book can inspire deep humility and boundless creativity.

Worlds are conjured out of a few measures.


Anna Garano, the Trieste-base classical and Flamenco guitarist, has arranged a gorgeous repertoire of Armenian

and Sephardic songs for voice and Flamenco guitar.  She is joined by New York-based Anaïs Alexandra Tekerian of Zulal

in this lyrical, poignant fusion of Flamenco and vocals of the Old World.


The duo has released its first album, self-titled, through the Fonè label, with the celebrated clarinetist and composer

Kinan Azmeh featured on three tracks.



To purchase the CD, go to the following links:


http://fone.it/shop/en/

http://store.acousticsounds.com/d/114641/Anna_Garano__Anals_Tekerian-Ansahman-Any

https://www.highresaudio.com/artist.php?abid=546848

http://www.amazon.com/Ansahman-Anna-Garano/dp/B01DAZ874C/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1463342673&sr=1-1&keywords=ansahman

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/store/music/album/anna-garano-anais-tekerian/ansahman/8d6kgx0m17jk

https://fonerecords.nativedsd.com/albums/SACD159-ansahman

 

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