RONDO | Sevag Derghougassian


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Rondo after Sevag Derghougassian’s 4th Piano sonata that is originally titled “Assassination of Hiram Abiff” and was based on the Freemasonic legend, chief architect of the temple of king Solomon, and transformed to an individual single piano piece by friend of Sevag, Waleed Howrani.
Howrani was born in New York in 1948 and reared in Beirut and studied at Moscow’s Central Music School at Tchaikovsky Conservatory.

After settling in the United States in 1973, Waleed pursued his lifelong interest in creating music by studying with the late composer William Albright of University of Michigan, and attending seminars by Leslie Bassett and William Bolcom.