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Armenian Echoes
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Armenian Echoes P1   Armenian Echoes P2   Armenian Echoes P3
So much of a people's identity stems from the songs they sing,
the music they play, and the spirit of their dance.

"Haunting and exotic..."
Los Angeles Times

Armenian Minstrels
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Armenian Minstrels
With a 700 year history Armenian Minstrels still echo the soul of Armenian Culture.
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Armenian Minstrels
part of the mini-series on the Music of Armenia.
With a 700 year history Armenian Minstrels still echo the soul of Armenian Culture.


In less than twenty years this disappearing ancient musical art form (Ashugh art) has resurfaced as an integral part of Armenia’s cultural panorama. Through the efforts of Professor Tovmas Poghosyan Armenian Minstrels are seeing a revival.

Today their concert performances sell out as they sing love songs from contemporary Minstrels as well as those dating back some 700 years. In their school a new generation of minstrels are trained in the hope that some day they too might bear the title Minstrel (Ashugh).

Hagop Goudsouzian travels to Armenia in pursuit of his dream, in search of the soul of Armenian music. Through a series of chance encounters he goes to a concert at the Aram Khachaturian Concert Hall in Yerevan to see the Sayat-Nova Minstrel Song Ensemble and the performances of some of the most renowned Minstrels in Armenia. Stunned by the beauty of their music and their professionalism he embarks on an unprecedented musical journey and devotes a month filming them.

Armenian Minstrels is a one-hour documentary from the filmmaker Hagop Goudsouzian.

Armenian Minstrels filmed in Armenia featuring Professor Tovmas Poghosyan, the Sayat-Nova Minstrel Song Ensemble and impromptu interviews with well known Armenian Minstrels: Minstrel Andranik Ujanci, Minstrel Astghanush, Minstrel Kochar, Minstrel Makhmour as they sing and recount the critical role their songs and music play in keeping alive a once dying art form, and the role music and songs play as a tool for cultural survival. Their touching voices and songs are the lovers’ inspiration.


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Armenian Echoes
part of the mini-series on the Music of Armenia.
So much of a people's identity stems from the songs they sing, the music they play, and the spirit of their dance.

Music is the very essence of the cultural identity of a people.

In this film Hagop Goudsouzian continues his 7-month journey through Armenia in pursuit of his dream, the soul of Armenian Music.

In the mini-series Armenian Echoes we touch that soul from ancient spiritual songs, through rural and urban dancers to the unsung musicians from isolated villages.

In his first film on the music of Armenia, Armenian Minstrels, Hagop Goudsouzian spends a month filming renowned minstrels, featuring the Sayat-Nova Minstrel Song Ensemble.

Now, in Armenian Echoes he continues his quest to capture and feel the sounds of Armenia.

Hagop Goudsouzian weaves a beautiful series showcasing a unique glimpse of Armenian life through its music, the very essence of cultural identity.


Hagop Goudsouzian is the producer and director of over 250 mainstream Television programs, 10 Armenian films and three shorts.
Apricot Armenian Gold (with Subtitles),  Apricot Armenian Gold (with English Voices),  Armenian Minstrels,  Armenian Echoes (three part mini-series),  Armenian Exile (also narrated).

Hagop also directed and narrated the feature length documentary My Son Shall Be Armenian and Mon fils sera arménien produced by
the National Film Board of Canada.

He also produced and directed several shorts, A Taste of Armenia, on the famous Goom's Market of Yerevan, free on some DVDs and Blu-rays.

In 2016 Goudsouzian released UPROOTED (also narrated), Part three of his "Armenian Trilogy."

Goudsouzian is now developing a feature length documentary. To sponsor Hagop's new projects, use contact  or sponsor links.


Films by Hagop Goudsouzian Trailers and Descriptions


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