Teryan

for violin and piano

Artwork: Sandro Botticelli (1483 - 1485); The Birth of Venus.
Duration: 8'
Date: 26 October 2014Location: Brooklyn, New York, USA

Teryan, written for violin and piano in 2014, is titled after a street in Yerevan, Armenia, on which a significant life-event of the composer, that is the source of inspiration for this piece, occurred. In the recording, here, the composer played the violin part himself, and Kristin Samadi, to whom this work was dedicated, performed the piano part.

Saman Samadi - Teryan for violin and piano.pdf