Komitas Vardaped was bold enough to conduct the choir and sing his own melodies, in Stabat Mater he reached to such emotional peak which almost entailed to tears and for which the audience gave ovation. Nothing was more heart touching than watching his modest and majesty bow to the audience applause, under the black high cowl of the monk.
— Louis Laloy, French musicologist
With in-depth penetration you presented us the eminent efficacy of the high and developed civilization entirely far from us, – surprisingly erudite presentation of everything that bears authentically exceptional significance for acknowledgement of the Western Ancient civilization, your perfect art of lecturing and singing – these are phenomena that could astonish us, and they stay alive in the memory of your audience.
— Max Seiffert, German musicologist
Your erudite and profound lectures helped us look deep into music that was obscure to us hitherto; music that could enlighten us – the Western civilization. You would provide inestimable service to modern science, if you publish your compositions; and I will be extremely happy, if I may support you in it.