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Georgian MUSIC:


Georgian national music is characterized by Polyphony , which distinguishes
it from its neighbors like Armenia. Georgian folk remains vibrant across
the country, while modern rock and pop also exists.



Georgian folk songs are often centered around feasts, where songs and toasts
to God, long life and other topics. Traditional feast songs include "Zamtari",
which is about winter and is sung to commemorate ancestors, and "Mravalzhamier",
a joyous hymn. Work songs are also widespread. The "Orovela", for example, is
a type of work song found in eastern Georgia with Armenian characteristics such
as a lack of polyphony.



Complex polyphony is distinctively Georgian, usually featuring a primarily
melody sung by the middle voice with supporting vocals often producing countermelodies.
Choirs are generally entirely male, though some female groups also exist; mixed-gender
choirs are rare. Kakheti in eastern Georgia has the most famous polyphonic vocal
traditions.


The drinking song "Chakrulo", featuring typically Kakhetian
voices, two intertwined soloists with dissonance, tensions and releases, was
chosen to accompany the Voyager spacecraft in 1977.
Dissonance is prominent
in the west, in Mingrelia and Guria, which also features, high pitches and outrageous,
yodelling-like vocals called krimanchuli. Svaneti's traditions
are perhaps the oldest and most traditional due to the region's isolation. Svan
harmonies are irregular and angular, and the middle voice leads two supporting
vocals, all with a narrow range. The 20th century has seen professional choirs
achieve renown in Georgia, especially Anzor Erkomaishvili's Rustavi Choir.



Georgia is home to a form of urban music with sentimental, lovelorn lyrics,
as well as a more rough and crude urban music featuring clarinets, doli and
duduks.





"Georgian Legend"

Georgian Folk Dancing company were the only ones ever of its kind to perform at the great La Scala Milan. It beat all records having 3 encours and 14 curtian lifts:


http://georgianlegend.com

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TRADITIONAL POLYPHONY CENTER

...Polyphony is one of the less comprehended phenomenon of the musical thinking. The interest in making research on it has been significantly increased over the last period. The map presented on this page indicates the areas all over the world where the polyphonic music has been spread:

http://www.polyphony.ge/?lng=eng

Over its three thousand years of history , Georgia allocated on the border line of Asia and Europe has developed its unique polyphonic musical culture. Georgians have enriched the treasury of the world by its special polyphonic musical folklore and church music. Since the ancient times three-part singing has been the norm of Georgian musical thinking. Everybody who has ever had a touch with Georgian polyphonic forms recognizes their diversity and excellence.

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