Avyun is a Folk Art Rock Band from Armenia .
Here is their song “Fairy Tale ” Sorry found no further information ;_(
Edit – received a message from the band – see what they wrote to me :
Աւիւն – avyun Avyun was founded in 2013. Musicians are all from a small town in Armenia Vanadzor, famous for its’ rock-culture, as many bands have come out of there. Avyun members are: Davit Galstyan-bass guitars, Davit Grigoryan-guitars (and they paralelly play in another ethnic new metal band Vordan Karmir), Edgar Sargsyan-guitars and Christine Kolyan-vocals. The home-page is not ready yet. Avyun in Armenian means ” the movement of desire”. Thank you for your appreciation
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Reblogged this on yasarnorman.
ALways like music …!
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Very beautiful music. I wonder what the lyrics mean.
Brenda , probably i can ask them for a translation , why not :-) otherwise you can follow your imagination
I would love to reblog it, but I would need a translation to decide. :-)
Brenda have you seen the comment of Christine Kolyan ?
That’s perfect. Permission to reblog, Captain?
no problem Madam :-)
The song is about a long-long haired divine woman, who’s sitting on the edge of the moon and weaving a carpet and singing a song: ” I’m binding a trim, ang setting my dragons free, so that they could watch our childrens’ games, and guard our men’s dreams.” :)
Cristine , thanks a lot !!!
I’m so happy you translated it for me. It’s a beautiful song. Thanks!!
Reblogged this on friendlyfairytales and commented:
I hope my fellow fairy tale lovers like this Armenian music. The song is “Fairy Tale” by Avyun, a Folk Art Rock Band.