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Armand Zildjian

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  1. an American manufacturer of cymbals and the head of the Avedis Zildjian Company

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  2. born 1921

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  3. died on December 26, 2002

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  4. Born in Quincy, Massachusetts, Armand Zildjian was the scion of a cymbals-making tradition that dated back to his ancestor Avedis, who began the company in 1623 in Istanbul

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  5. By family tradition, the secrets of cymbal making were passed on only to the oldest son, but Armand's father, Avedis Zildjian III, gave the information to both of his sons, Armand and Robert

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