Armenian musicians died at 32

Here are 2 famous musicians from Armenia died at 32:

Artin Penik

Artin Penik (April 5, 2015-August 15, 1982 Istanbul) was an Armenian personality.

He was a celebrated author, journalist, playwright, and a great advocate for Armenian rights. Penik founded several newspapers, which were circulated in Armenia and other parts of the world. He was a prolific writer of short stories, plays, and novels, many of which focused on the Armenian Genocide and the struggles of the Armenian people. Penik was also an active member of the Armenian National Assembly and participated in various political and cultural movements that aimed to preserve and promote Armenian culture. Despite various challenges, Penik remained committed to his work and had a significant impact on Armenian literature and journalism. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest Armenian writers of the 20th century.

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Mkrtich Avetisian

Mkrtich Avetisian (April 5, 1864-April 5, 1896) was an Armenian personality.

Born in Tiflis, Georgia, Avetisian was a writer, poet, and translator who had a significant influence on Armenian literature and culture during his short lifetime. He was the author of several collections of poetry, including "Songs of the Armenian People", which garnered critical acclaim for its vivid portrayals of Armenian life and traditions. Additionally, Avetisian was a talented translator who brought the works of prominent Western authors, such as William Shakespeare and Lord Byron, to Armenian audiences. His untimely death at the age of 32 cut short a promising career, but his contributions to Armenian literature and cultural identity continue to be celebrated to this day.

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