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Folk Music of GreeceFolk Music of Greece & Cyprus. Folk Music of Greece and Cyprus. 1. Taxim Huzam, 2. Neva Chifteteli, 3. Pentozli, 4. Cretan Sousta, 5. Pentozli, 6. Chomiko Dance, 7. Cretan Syltos, 8. Kalamatinao Dance, 9. Dance , 10. Taxim Suzak, 11. Chamikos Dance, 12. Marriage Dance, 13. Taxim Hezaz, 14. Caranguna, 15. Syltos Dance, 16. Marriage Dance, 17. To Maheri, 18. Mandra , 19. Zimbékikos, 20. Syrtos.

From Greece With LoveFrom Greece With Love. From Greece With Love. This disc from Agnes Baltsa, Greek opera-singer, containing the most beautiful Greek songs is a real treat. It's recorded in the 1980s when she was around 40 and in her prime. The songs are written by famous Greek composers like Theodorakis, Hadjidakis and Tsitsanis. For people unfamiliar with either Greek music or opera, this is the place to start.

Greece a Musical OdysseyGreece - a Musical Odyssey. Greece, a Musical Odyssey. 1. To Parelthon Thimithika (I Remembered the Past) - Apenanti, 2. Eleni (Helen), 3. Pino Pino (I Drink, I Drink) - Anastasia Moutsatsou, 4. Sou Axize Mia Kaliteri Agalia (You Deserved a Better Love) - George Dalaras, 5. Iparhis Kapou Esi (If You Are Somewhere), 6. Ragizi Apopse (Broken Pieces) - Children of the Revolution, 7. Arnisi (Denial) - Melina Kana, 8. M' Agapas, Tha S' Agapo (If You Love Me, I Will Love You), 9. Ela Mia Nichta (Come by One Night), 10. Ah, Feggaraki Mou (Oh, My Little Moon) - Gerasimos Andreatos, , Sofia Papazoglou, 11. Ta Ziliarika Sou Matia (Your Jealous Eyes) - Glykeria, 12. Exinta Dis Solaria (Sixty Billion Dollars) - Athanasios Makedonas.

The Science of Harmonics in Classical GreeceThe Science of Harmonics in Classical Greece. The Science of Harmonics in Classical Greece. The ancient science of harmonics investigates the arrangements of pitched sounds which form the basis of musical melody, and the principles which govern them. It was the most important branch of Greek musical theory, studied by philosophers, mathematicians and astronomers as well as by musical specialists. This book examines its development during the period when its central ideas and rival schools of thought were established, laying the foundations for the speculations of later antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It concentrates particularly on the theorists' methods and purposes and the controversies that their various approaches to the subject provoked. It also seeks to locate the discipline within the broader cultural environment of the period; and it investigates, sometimes with surprising results, the ways in which the theorists' work draws on and in some cases influences that of philosophers and other intellectuals.

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