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English: Nikoghayos Tigranian (31 August 1856, Gyumri – 17 February 1951, Yerevan) was an Armenian composer, ethnomusicologist and pianist. He was granted the titles of People's Artist of Armenia (1933) and Hero of Labour (1936). In 1921, Nikoghos Tigranyan implemented the Braille System for the first time in Armenia at the Gyumri school he founded.
Date before 1914
date QS:P,+1914-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1326,+1914-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source https://www.facebook.com/104684629604598/photos/a.108437449229316.13467.104684629604598/108437529229308/?type=1&theater
Author Братья Г и Л. Парунакян (Александрополь, ныне Гюмри)

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