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Armenian Lyre

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  1. (Knar Haykakan) was an Armenian musical periodical first published in 1861 by Gabriel Yeranian and Nikoghayos Tashjian

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  2. However, six months later its publication was halted

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  3. In 1862 the "Armenian Lyre" music society was established in Constantinople

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  4. Its purpose was to keep the musical spirit among Armenians alive

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  5. That same year the "Armenian lyre" periodical began publishing again, this time through the efforts of Tigran Tchouhadjyan

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