Hanna Petros حنا بطرس

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Hanna Petros (1896-1958) The first recording known in Iraq dates back to 1931. The two Gramophones records (78rpm), one called "Karuzuta d-Hasha", were recorded by Hanna Petros (1896-1958). Composer, music educator and the founder of music education in IRAQ, which included (but not limited to) the Iraqi Army Music Department (1923), the Baghdad Music Conservatory (1936) and the Iraqi Police Music Band (1941). His "Rondo Oriental" was composed in 1937 for piano soloand was presented by the Romanian pianist and piano instructor, Julian Hertz, at the conservatory in Baghdad, as well as in Paris, Geneva and London during the 1940s.In the year 1976, the Orchestra's Russian conductor Youri Alieve converted the piece (Rondo Oriental) for string orchestra. It was performed by the INSO in Baghdad, Beirut, Moscow and Amman. Hanna's works included national Assyrian songs, marshes for Wind Band and works for solo violin and piano.
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0 - Introduction by Peter H Petros
0 - Announcement by H Petros
01 - Caruzutha d Hasha (Qdom Shapir - Hymn)
02 - Geyassa (Hymn)
03 - Baydagh d-Ature (National Song)
04 - Bmani Mnawnakh (National Song)
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Musicians:
Sami Alshawa: on Qanun
Nobar Melkhsyan: on Kamanga
Dawod AlKwaite: on Oud
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