“My Hadrut” is more than a dedication. It is a scream and an explosion of emotions felt by the artist, his step on the way to de-occupy his homeland. Ultimately, it is a cry for help to the entire world so no one dares to take away someone else’s HOME, uproot them and impose a different FATE.
The premiere of the song is timed to coincide with August 15, the Hadrut Day. The song is dedicated to the memory of all the Heroes who died for Hadrut and Artsakh. Dedicated to all the people of Hadrut, all living, who must one day free, restore and revive Hadrut ․․․ Let's hope that sometime on the day of the city in Hadrut the song "My Hadrut" will sound.
The piece has an underlying minor tonality, with the final phrase when the artist calls upon his city, changing to a major one, expressing hope.