Abaji est un musicien d’origine arménienne né au Liban et exilé en France en 1976. S'accompagnant d'instruments insolites qu'il manie en virtuose, tels une guitare sitar spécialement créée pour lui et qui, à l'aide d'un archet, se transforme en violon oriental, il chante en arabe et en français.


  • 1996 : Paris-Beyrouth
  • 2000 : Bedouin Blues
  • 2003 : Oriental Voyage
  • 2005 : Nomad spirit
  • 2005 : Les mille et une nuits (accompagnement musical des contes dits par Jihad Darwiche)
  • 2009 : Origine Orients

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