What is another word for kachaturian?

3 synonyms found


[ kat͡ʃˈat͡ʃəɹˌi͡ən], [ kat‍ʃˈat‍ʃəɹˌi‍ən], [ k_a_tʃ_ˈa_tʃ_ə_ɹ_ˌiə_n]

Kachaturian is a proper noun, the name of a famous Armenian composer of the 20th century, Aram Khachaturian. Since it's a name, there are no synonyms for Kachaturian. However, one could use synonyms for the words related to Kachaturian. For instance, the word 'composer' could be substituted with other similar words like 'musician,' 'songwriter,' or 'author.' The word 'Armenian' could be replaced with 'Eurasian' or 'Middle Eastern.' And the century '20th century' could be substituted with '1900s,' 'the age of technology,' or 'modern era.' However, when referring to the name Kachaturian, it remains specific to the notable composer.

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Legendary Armenian composer Aram Katchaturian was born in 1914 in the town of Bitlis, Ottoman Empire. After completing his secondary education in Bitlis, Katchaturian studied harmony and counterpoint at the Yerevan Music Academy before travelling to Moscow in 1941. After the Soviet Union annexed Armenia in 1920, Katchaturian and other Armenian intellectuals were persecuted by the newly installed Soviet authorities. In 1941, Katchaturian and his wife, fellow composer Elizaveta Novikova, departed from Yerevan for Moscow.

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