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In 2006, the album ''Endless Vision'', on which he collaborated with Iranian composer Hossein Alizadeh, was shortlisted for a Grammy Award in the Best International Album category.
 
In 2006, the album ''Endless Vision'', on which he collaborated with Iranian composer Hossein Alizadeh, was shortlisted for a Grammy Award in the Best International Album category.
 
== Discography (selected) ==
 
== Discography (selected) ==
*[http://www.libramusic.gr/LM014_2_en.html Djivan Gasparyan Quartet (with Haig Yazdjian): NAZELI], Libra Music, 1998
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*[http://www.libramusic.gr/LM014_2_en.html Djivan Gasparyan Quartet: Nazeli] with [[Haig Yazdjian]], Libra Music, 1998
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
*[http://www.libramusic.gr/gasparyan_en.html Djivan Gasparyan] at Libra Music  
 
*[http://www.libramusic.gr/gasparyan_en.html Djivan Gasparyan] at Libra Music  

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Djivan Gasparyan (Ջիվան Գասպարյան) is an Armenian musician and virtuoso of the duduk, a traditional Armenian woodwind instrument.

He has collaborated with many artists, such as Hossein Alizadeh, Michael Brook, Peter Gabriel, Brian May, Lionel Richie, Derek Sherinian and Hans Zimmer.

In 2006, the album Endless Vision, on which he collaborated with Iranian composer Hossein Alizadeh, was shortlisted for a Grammy Award in the Best International Album category.

Discography (selected)

External Links

  • Djivan Gasparyan at Libra Music
  • home.arcor.de/gasparyan/ Djivan Gasparyan Kafkasya'nın Sesi (in Turkish)