Various - Folk Music Of Greece / Crete / Epirus / Macedonia / Cyprus / Peloponnesus / Naxos / Rhodes / Pontus download album
- Album: Folk Music Of Greece / Crete / Epirus / Macedonia / Cyprus / Peloponnesus / Naxos / Rhodes / Pontus
- FLAC: 1455 mb | MP3: 1541 mb
- Country: US
- Style: Field Recording, Folk
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This is folk music of Greece, Pontos, Macedonia, Cyprus and Northern Epirus. Complete Guide to the Music of Cyprus. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "FM Records"); UMPG Publishing, Sony ATV Publishing, EMI Music Publishing.
Recorded by James Notopoulous in the 1950s, Folk Music of Greece is a compilation of field recordings from Epirus, Macedonia, Central Greece, Cyprus, and other surrounding areas. Includes authentic Greek folk songs and dances that feature instruments such as the lyre of Pontus and the lyre of Crete. Liner notes include an introduction written by James A. Notopoulous. Historical background written by G. A. Megas. Detailed notes on Greek music, dance, and instruments written by Spyros Peristeres. And track descriptions with pictures of instruments and musicians.
The music of Epirus (Greek: Μουσική της Ηπείρου), in Epirus, northwestern Greece, present to varying degree in the rest of Greece and the islands, contains folk songs that are mostly pentatonic and polyphonic, characterized as relaxed, gentle and exceptionally beautiful, and sung by both male and female singers. Distinctive songs include lament songs (mirolóyia), shepherd's songs (skáros) and drinking songs (tis távlas).
Album's name: Folk Music Of Greece, Crete, Epirus, Macedonia, Cyprus, Peloponnesus, Naxos, Rhodes, Pontus. Various - Folk Music Of Greece Crete Epirus Macedonia Cyprus Peloponnesus Naxos Rhodes Pontus. Various - Folk Music Of Greece, Crete, Epirus, Macedonia, Cyprus, Peloponnesus, Naxos, Rhodes, Pontus MP3 album ZIP archive. 11679 downloads at 25 mb/s. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s. A2. Dance Kalamatianos. A3. Go, Maro, To The Well. Pentalophos Macedonia (Siatista). A7. Three Little Girls Were Washing. B1. Syrtos Rethymiotikos.
Greek folk music (Greek: παραδοσιακή μουσική) includes a variety of Greek styles played by ethnic Greeks in Greece, Cyprus, Australia, the United States and elsewhere. Apart from the common music found all-around Greece, there are distinct types of folk music, sometimes related to the history or simply the taste of the specific places.
Main article: Music of Epirus. In Epirus, folk songs are pentatonic and polyphonic, sung by both male and female singers. Cyprus is an independent country, currently contested between the Republic of Cyprus and the internationally unrecognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Cyprus includes a variety of classical, folk and popular genres. Cypriot folk music is similar to the folk music of Greece and includes dances like sirtaki, syrtos, tatsia, antikristos and zeimbekiko. Swallow song of Rhodes – Greek folk song composed by Athenaeus.
A3. A5. Single Gainda (Dance Of The Bride). A6. Marko Botzaris (A Kleptic Song). B4. The Chramaki (The Bed-Spread). B5. Egkin Chavasi (A Lament From Pontus). Design – Ronald Clyne.
1. Chorephtikos Beratis Epirou - Zisis Tsiotikas, Nikolaos Gjoulikas, Lambros Tsiotikas & Vasilios Kasiaras. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
By Various Artist, Lyrichord Presents. PLAY ALL. The Folk Music Of Greece and Cyprus. Released by Lyrichord May 1999 26 Tracks. By Various Artist, Lyrichord Presents. The Folk Music Of Greece and Cyprus is a English album released on May 1999. The Folk Music Of Greece and Cyprus Album has 26 songs sung by Various Artist, Lyrichord Presents. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Folk Music Of Greece and Cyprus songs on Gaana.
Greek folk music Dhemotikó includes a variety of Greek styles played by ethnic Greeks in Greece, Cyprus, Australia, the United States and elsewhere Apart . Main article: Music of Crete Cretan dancers Different types of laouto.
|A1||Kyra Yioryena. Peloponnesus.|
|A2||Dance Kalamatianos. Peloponnesus.|
|A3||Go, Maro, To The Well. Pentalophos Macedonia (Siatista).|
|A4||Wedding Song. Siatista, Macedonia.|
|A5||Single Gainda (Dance Of The Bride). Epirus.|
|A6||Marko Botzaris (A Kleptic Song). Epirus.|
|A7||Three Little Girls Were Washing. Ano Meros, Crete.|
|B1||Syrtos Rethymiotikos. Rethymno, Crete.|
|B2||Paphitike Melody. Paphos, Cyprus.|
|B3||Karsilamades For Women. Nicosia, Cyprus.|
|B4||The Chramaki (The Bed-Spread). Apeiranthos, Naxos.|
|B5||Egkin Chavasi (A Lament From Pontus). Salonika.|
|B6||Serra Dance. Pontus, Salonika.|
|B7||Sousta Dance. Rhodes|
- Design – Ronald Clyne
- Recorded By – James A. Notopoulos*
NotesThis version has a yellow and gray cover and its labels are white with blue print.
Backcover is black and yellow with tracks printed on it
Issued with 16-page booklet with notations and explanations of the songs.
|FE 4454||Various||Folk Music Of Greece / Crete / Epirus / Macedonia / Cyprus / Peloponnesus / Naxos / Rhodes / Pontus (LP, Comp)||Folkways Records||FE 4454||US||1955|
|FE 4454||Various||Folk Music Of Greece / Crete / Epirus / Macedonia / Cyprus / Peloponnesus / Naxos / Rhodes / Pontus (LP, Comp, RE, Yel)||Folkways Records||FE 4454||US||1962|
|FE 4454||Various||Musica Folklorica De Grecia (Folk Music Of Greece) (LP, Comp)||Folkways Records||FE 4454||Argentina||Unknown|