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Avet Terteryan (1929–1994)

Avet Terteryan was born on July 29, 1929 in Baku, USSR. He is known for his work on Border (2009), Dzayn barbaro... (1991) and Return of the Poet (2005). He died on December 11, 1994 in Yekaterinburg, Russia. See full bio »

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Border Composer
Dzayn barbaro...
Dzayn barbaro... Composer
Return of the Poet
Verjin kayan
Verjin kayan Composer


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 2009 Border (Documentary)
 2005 Return of the Poet (Documentary)
 1996 Antologion
 1994 Verjin kayan
 1993 Ancient Gods
 1991 Veradardz avetyats yerkir (Documentary)
 1990 To Our Brothers and Sisters (Documentary short) (Symphony 6)
 1989 Yerazahan (Short)
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 2016 Alter Ego (music)
 2003 Documentarist (Documentary) (music)
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 1990 Wind of Oblivion (writer: "5th Symphony", "6th Symphony")

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