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 Re: Podcast Interview with Hachig Kazarian - Armenian-American Clarinet Player
Author: Ralph Katz 
Date:   2019-09-07 14:46

Cool interview. He describes common elements of village dances, common across many cultures, different music and steps. I think Hachig taught music in Allen Park, MI. I heard him playing Armenian dance standards at a local Armenian High Hop dance a couple of times. He was playing with an old barrel mike.

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