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Kalantzopoulos - Uranya feat. Elli Paspala & Giota Nega
 
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music: Panagiotis Kalantzopoulos lyrics: Lina Nikolakopoulou vocals: Elli Paspala/Giota Negka
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Reboutsika - Krina tou gialou feat. Elli Paspala & Giota Nega
 
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music: Evanthia Remboutsika lyris: Michalis Gkanas voice: Elli Paspala/Giwta Negka
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Giota Negka - Me Ta Matia Kleista (V-Sag Remix)
 
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Γιώτα Νέγκα - Με Τα Μάτια Κλειστά (V-Sag Remix) Στιχοι & Μουσική: Παναγιώτης Καλαντζόπουλος Ερμηνεία: Γιώτα Νέγκα Διασκευή: Βασίλης Σαγώνας (V-Sag) Video: Drumshade Creative Giota Negka on Social Media https://facebook.com/GiotaNegkaDatabase https://instagram.com/GiotaNegkaDatabase V-Sag on Social Media http://facebook.com/vsagmusic http://instagram.com/vsagmusic http://twitter.com/vsagmusic http://soundcloud.com/vsagmusic
Views: 12264 V-Sag
Αθανασία - Γιώτα Νέγκα
 
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SUBTITLES (Lyrics): Ελληνικά, Српски (ћирилица и латиница), Русский, Еspañol, Français, Italiano, Polski, Nederlands, English. Αθανασία - Besmrtnost - Бессмертие - Immortalidad - Immortalité - Immortalità - Nieśmiertelność - Athanasia - Eternity Σολίστ: Γιώτα Νέγκα Soloist: Giota Nega Στίχοι: Νίκος Γκάτσος Μουσική: Μάνος Χατζιδάκις Lyrics: Nikos Ykatsos Music: Manos Hatzidakis
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Amor, Nega e Eu...
 
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The Best of Love....
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Kalantzopoulos ~ Floating to the moon (end titles)
 
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Uranya OST ~ a film by Kostas Kapakas (2006) Available on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/ntm9myn CD Available from Cantini: http://tinyurl.com/cc4f2
Views: 2222 Cantini
Ελένη Τσαλιγοπούλου - Λονδίνο 2017
 
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Three of Greece’s greatest singers take you on a journey through the country’s rich musical heritage, from traditional folk and ethnic songs through to their modern descendants, Rebetiko and Laika. Sitting at a crossroads between Asia and Europe, Greek music manages to combine influences from both into something wholly unique. With three of the country’s most distinctive voices backed by a 9-piece orchestra featuring traditional instruments, this concert is a chance to immerse yourself in the full breadth of Greek song, from early Folk music through to Rebetiko and Laika, the passionate yet melancholic sound of Greece’s musical underground. Supported by three perfect voices, this performance echoes contemporary Greece paying tribute to its true musical tradition/heritage. Dimitra Galani’s career spans four decades and includes collaborations with Greece’s most important composers and lyricists (such as Hadjidakis and Tsitsanis) as well as international artists like Cesaria Evora. Eleni Tsaligopoulou has also had a long and distinctive presence in the Greek music scene, moving comfortably across genres and styles and experimenting with traditional forms. Giota Nega is one of the most authentic voices of urban Greek music (Laika) and her recent work with new composers has been warmly welcomed by audiences. Meeting on stage for the first time, the three together are the perfect artists to give a performance that sounds contemporary while staying true to tradition. On sale to Barbican Members Thursday 20 October On general sale Friday 21 October A printed program will be provided free of charge with complete details and information about the performance. Performers: Singers: Dimitra Galani Eleni Tsaligopoulou Giota Nega Orchestra: Serapheim Giannakopoulos drums Argyris Diamantis percussion Nikos Katsikis bouzouki, tzouras Thomas Konstantinou oud, lute, bouzouki Spyros Manesis piano Stelios Provis bass Apostolos Tsardakas canun, baglama Spyros Hadjikonstantinou electrical and acoustic guitar Aristeidis Hadjistavrou classical and acoustic guitar Technical staff: Giorgos Voudantas sound engineer Panagiotis Eliopoulos sound engineer Maria Athanasopoulou lighting design This event is part of: Contemporary Music concerts Produced by Ark4Art Ltd and Prospero Artistic curation: Margarita Mytilinaiou, Dimitra Galani, Eleni Tsaligopoulou, Giota Nega Barbican Contemporary Music London’s home to the boldest new jazz, world, folk, contemporary classical, rock, pop & electronic music from across the globe.
Smyrneko Minore - Mehtap DEMİR
 
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Dr. Mehtap Demir Live Performance SMYRNEKO MINORE contact: [email protected] Sountrack Of My Sweet Canary Documentary www.mysweetcanary.com Sweet Canary // Synopsis 'My Sweet Canary'// The story of Roza Eskenazi .............................................. Roza Eskenazi sang songs and lived life with passion, fire and love.This is the story of three young musicians from Greece, Turkey and Israel that embark on an exciting musical journey, to reveal for the first time, the story of the first and most famous Greek Rebetiko singer.From Istanbul to Thessaloniki and Athens, through her life and music, we will introduce a world that has once existed and its traces today. She was the most famous singer of the 30s' in Greece and Turkey, the Diva of Rebetiko. With her posters displayed in every Gramophone store, her bohemian looks would drive even the toughest men crazy. (From the short story 'Roza', by Dinos Christianopoulos) In a colorful and full of life cinematic and musical journey, the film 'My Sweet Canary', will follow three young musicians from Israel, Turkey and Greece, on a journey motivated by the influence of Roza Eskenazi's life, as an artist and as a woman, an influence that drew each one of them, for his own reasons, to play her music in his native country today. Tomer Katz, an Israeli Oud and bouzouki player; Martha D Lewis, a British born Greek-Cypriot singer/composer and Mehtap Demir, a Turkish singer and musician, will lead us throughout Roza's life story over the 20th century, a story that intertwines with their musical journey throughout today's exotic Rebetiko scenes of Turkey and Greece, playing and meeting with local musicians and giving new interpretations to Roza's borderless songs revived today in bars and dance floors in Athens, Istanbul, Thessaloniki and around the world Roza's personal story, spread from her Jewish Sephardic origin in Istanbul and Thessaloniki, and on to Athens- where she rose to fame at the end of the 20's, becoming the first and most recorded Rebetiko singer with more than 500 recorded songs in Greek, Turkish, Armenian and Ladino- and up to the tragic end of her life, will be told by her friends, family members, the musicians who followed her and, for the first time, her biographer. The Rebetiko music lies in the meeting point of the east and the west. The "Greek Blues" as it is often referred to, emerged from the hash dens and prison cells of Greece at the beginning of the 20th century. Documenting the 3 musicians through their cultural, geographical and musical journey, the film will reveal the social and political aspects of the Rebetiko phenomena as well. Through the life story of Roza Eskenazi, we will introduce a world that once existed and follow its traces today, as well as the mutual and personal search of the three musicians that joined together in a bond made possible by Roza Eskenazi, and the Rebetiko music. http://www.mysweetcanary.com/
Views: 9252 Hivda Demirtaş
Elly Paspala - Temptation - Tom Waits Cover
 
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( Tom Waits ) Elly Paspala with her band ( David Lynch, Stavros Lantsias, Giotis Kiourtsoglou, Giorgos Zaxariou, Nikos Kapilidis) TV Show Avlea 1995 ET-2
Views: 53463 Christos Kokordatos
I Can't Fall In Love Anymore ~ Panayotis Kalantzopoulos feat. Elli Paspala
 
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Lyrics|Music by Panayotis Kalantzopoulos Lyrics I can't fall in love anymore Living under your spell Like a bird in a cell all day - crying I 've nothing to lose anymore Yet I'm feeling so lost Wandering round like a ghost -- all day flying I saw , all my life, through your eyes Now the colours are gone with your smiles And black turned to white with your lies But one day like dust With the fresh wind of love, I will rise I can't feel a thing anymore Yet the pain is so deep It's still there when I sleep -- where I'm lying I saw , all my life, through your eyes Now the colours are gone with your smiles And black turned to white with your lies But one day like dust With the fresh wind of love, I will rise There's nothing to say anymore We 're apart just the same And our dream seems in vain -- when love 's dying I can't fall in love anymore
Με τα μάτια κλειστά - Γιώτα Νέγκα (Me ta matia kleista-Giota Negka)
 
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Μουσική & Στίχοι: Παναγιώτης Καλαντζόπουλος Ερμηνεύτρια: Γιώτα Νέγκα Κανείς δε θα μπορέσει μου 'χες πει να με πονέσει πάλι όπως εσύ κι αφού είπαμε γεια με τα δάκρυα στεγνά τα παράθυρα αφήνω όλη μέρα κλειστά Ποτέ δε θα σ' αφήσω μου 'χες πει να ζήσεις στα όνειρά μου όπως πριν Κι όμως να! περπατώ μεσ' τον ύπνο σου εγώ και μου δίνεις φιλιά στα όνειρά σου ξανά Και σε παίρνω αγκαλιά με τα μάτια κλειστά πώς γεννάει στο σκοτάδι η λύπη χαρά Xαρά σ' αυτόν που τώρα σ' αγαπά χαράζει και σ' αγγίζει στα μαλλιά Κι όμως να! περπατώ μεσ' τον ύπνο σου εγώ και μου δίνεις φιλιά στα όνειρά σου ξανά Και σε παίρνω αγκαλιά με τα μάτια κλειστά πώς γεννάει στο σκοτάδι η λύπη χαρά Κανείς δε θα μπορέσει μου 'χες πει ποτέ να μ' αγαπήσει όπως εσύ...
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Kalantzopoulos - S'agapw feat. Elli Paspala & Dilek Koc
 
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music: Panagiotis Kalantzopoulos lyrics: Michalis Gkanas vocals: Elli Paspala/Dilek Koc
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Με τα μάτια κλειστά (Γιώτα Νέγκα)
 
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"Me ta matia klista" (With the eyes shut) Music & Lyrics: Panayiotis Kalantzopoulos Voice: Yiota Negka Στην υγειά μας (24/12/2006) ΜΕ ΤΑ ΜΑΤΙΑ ΚΛΕΙΣΤΑ Μουσική - Στίχοι: Παναγιώτης Καλαντζόπουλος Ερμηνεία: Γιώτα Νέγκα Κανείς δεν θα μπορέσει μου 'χες πει Να με πονέσει πάλι όπως εσύ Κι αφού είπαμε γεια με τα δάκρυα στεγνά Τα παράθυρα αφήνω όλη μέρα κλειστά Ποτέ δε θα σ' αφήσω μου 'χες πει Να ζήσεις στα όνειρά μου όπως πριν Κι όμως να περπατώ μες τον ύπνο σου εγώ Και μου δίνεις φιλιά στα όνειρά σου ξανά Και σε παίρνω αγκαλιά με τα μάτια κλειστά Πώς γεννάει στο σκοτάδι η λύπη χαρά Χαρά σ' αυτόν που τώρα σ' αγαπά Χαράζει και σ' αγγίζει στα μαλλιά Κι όμως να περπατώ μες τον ύπνο σου εγώ Και μου δίνεις φιλιά στα όνειρά σου ξανά Και σε παίρνω αγκαλιά με τα μάτια κλειστά Πώς γεννάει στο σκοτάδι η λύπη χαρά Κανείς δεν θα μπορέσει μου 'χες πει Ποτέ να μ' αγαπήσει όπως εσύ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ No one would be able, you told me, to care for me like you did And after saying goodbye with dry tears I keep the windows shut all day I'll never let you, you told me, live in my dreams like before Yet, here I am walking in your sleep and you're kissing me in your dreams again and I'm holding you in my arms with the eyes shut how can sadness bring joy in the dark! What a joy for the one who loves you now it dawns and he's touching your hair Yet, here I am walking in your sleep and you're kissing me in your dreams again and I'm holding you in my arms with the eyes shut how can sadness bring joy in the dark! No one would be able, you told me, to ever love me like you did
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Elli Paspala - Amara me (live)
 
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Traditional song of Abruzzo, a region in middle Italy.
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Last Drive - Misirlou
 
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synavlia sto gagarin 12/5/2007
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DO YOU LOVE ME
 
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The Sound Explosion - Misirlou the Greek (Official Audio)
 
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The Sound Explosion - Misirlou the Greek http://bit.ly/1jkstL7 ℗ 1995 Studio II Records Εγγραφή || Subscribe Γίνε συνδρομητής στο επίσημο κανάλι της MLK στο YouTube http://bit.ly/MLKYouTube Subscribe on MLK’s official YouTube channel here: http://bit.ly/MLKYouTube Get involved with MLK: ▶ Facebook: http://bit.ly/MLK_Facebook ▶ Google+: http://bit.ly/MLK_GooglePlus
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Greek Folk Dance ⁓ Aliki Vougiouklaki ⁓ Siko Xorepse Sirtaki
 
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Scenes in black and white from the movie Zorba the Greek (1964) with Anthony Quinn. Stand up and Dance Syrtaki Opa! Thanks for watching.. Please click on the link below: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheGloriafra ✿ڿڰۣᎶℓσriα
Views: 30272 Gloria Franchi
misirlou - The best greek musicians and singers
 
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Jovan Tsaous with his rebelians friends,The famous quarteto of Peiraia,Markos Vamvakaris,Sofia Vembo,Iordanis Tsomidis,Nikos Ksilouris,Xaris Aleksiou,Giota Lydia,Akis Panou,Stavros Ksarxakos,Grigoris Mpithikotsis,Xronis Aidonidis,Vasilis Papakonstantinou,Stratos Dionisiou,Giorgos Zampetas,Nikos Gounaris,Stavros Kougioumtzis,Kostas Papadopoulos,Nikolas Asimos,Kaiti Grei,Manolis Agelopoulos,Manos Hatzidakis,Katsimiha brothers,Marinella,Mikis Theodorakis,Dimitris Mitropanos,Giorgos Mitsakis,Viki Mosxoliou,Manolis Pappos,Giannis Parios,Poly Panou,Dionisis Savopoulos,Sotiria Mpelou,Stelios Kazantzidis,Vasilis Tsitsanis,The famous quarteto of Peiraia,Eleni Vitali,Manolis Hiotis,Manos Loizos,Giorgos Dalaras,Pavlos Sidiropoulos. In this version ''Kronos_Quartet_With_Martyn_Jones_-_Misirlou_Twist_(collection_Kosmos_Vol._1)''
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Drums & Voices
 
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Drums & Voices @ Gazarte, 5th Feb 2018 (English and French Subs Available) www.supersaltpeanutsmovie.com Drums: Nikos Papavranoussis Pavlina Voulgaraki 02:09 - Fer'ta mou ola piso (P. Voulgaraki) 05:16 - Rid of me (PJ Harvey) Petros Malamas 09:06 - Moni (P. Malamas) 12:03 - Astrozali (P. Malamas) Maria Papageorgiou 16:19 - San kravgi (A. Emmanouilidis) 19:51 - Patrida (A. Ioannidis) Labrini Karakosta 24:08 - Alli mia mera (L. Karakosta) 26:24 - Ain't no sunshine (B. Withers) 28:52 - Kakourga Elly (Traditional) Giota Nega 34:12 - Me ta matia klista (P. Kalantzopoulos) 38:31 - To dikio mou (Th. Karamouratidis/O. Ioannou) Giannis Kotsiras - Giota Nega 42:13 - Lei lei lei (P. Kalantzopoulos) Giannis Kotsiras 45:45 - Pos boro (A. Mitzelos/E. Zioga) 49:20 - Kathe fora (S. Siolas/S. Stavrou) Christini Maxouri - Maria Papageorgiou 52:53 - Mia fora thimame (G. Spanos/G. Papastefanou) Christina Maxouri 55:30 - Ausencia (G. Bregovic) 58:11 - Cucurrucucú paloma (T. Méndez) 01:01:29 - Je crois entendre encore (G. Bizet) Eleni & Souzana Vougioukli 01:05:01 - To Margoudi (Traditional) 01:07:00 - San iktos (E. & S. Vougioukli) 01:11:14 - In the pines (Traditional) 01:14:15 - Thriallida (E. & S. Vougioukli) Recording Engineer: Charis Kremmydas Mixing Engineer: Filippos Marinellis Lighting: Dimitris Laios Filmed by: Christos Tolis, Eleftheria Anthi, Vasia Anagnostopoulou Edited by: Rachel Kalantzopoulou www.supersaltpeanutsmovie.com A very big THANK YOU to Giannis Petropoulos!
Εντεχνα Mega Mix 2016 ~ 135 Λεπτα...Non Stop | Entexna Mix 2016
 
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Επικοινωνία-Ενημέρωση με τον Perdikaris Kozi ▶ Facebook Page 1 : https://www.facebook.com/perdikaris.kozi.3 ▶ Facebook Page 2 : https://www.facebook.com/Perdikaris.Kozi.Deutero ▶ Facebook Like : https://www.facebook.com/perdikariskozi/timeline ▶ Facebook Group : .https://www.facebook.com/groups/519606651459206/ ▶ Εγγραφή στο κανάλι μας Perdikaris Kozi : https://www.youtube.com/user/PERDIKARISKOZI?sub_confirmation=1 ▶ Εγγραφή στο κανάλι μας Perdikaris Kozi (2) : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeFTlKxy4EIb_o-fXCJ5Hkg?sub_confirmation=1 ▶ Google : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+PERDIKARISKOZI Εντεχνα Mega Mix 2016 ~ 135 Λεπτα...Non Stop | Entexna Mix 2016 1) Γιαννης Χαρουλης - Ακροβατης 00:00 2) Αποστολος Ριζος - Τι να θυμηθω 04:26 3) Νικος Παπαζογλου - Αυγουστος 08:13 4) Βασιλης Παπακωνσταντινου - Να κοιμηθουμε αγκαλια 12:01 5) Ελεωνορα Ζουγανελη - Για να σε συναντησω 16:01 6) Γιωργος Νταλαρας - Θοδωρης Κοτονιας - Τα κλειδια 21:06 7) Γιωργος Νταλαρας - Καπου νυχτωνει 25:23 8) Γιωργος Νταλαρας - Τωρα που θα φυγεις 28:50 9) Γιωργος Νταλαρας - Χρηστος Θηβαιος - Μικρη πατριδα - Δεν εκανα ταξιδια μακρινα 31:12 10) Ελενη Τσαλιγοπουλου - Δε μας συγχωρω 35:33 11) Φωτεινη Βελεσιωτου - Ελεωνορα Ζουγανελη 40:30 12) Νικος Παπαζογλου - Εγω δεν ειμαι ποιητης 44:33 13) Ελενη Τσαλιγοπουλου - Εγω σ'αγαπησα εδω 47:56 14) Μπαμπης Στοκας - Ενας κομπος η χαρα μου 51:46 15) Νατασσα Μποφιλιου - Η καρδια ποναει οταν ψηλωνει 54:57 16) Μπαμπης Στοκας - Καιγομαι και σιγολιωνω 59:03 17) Μανωλης Λιδακης - Νιωσε με 01:03:39 18) Γιωτα Νεγκα - Με τα ματια κλειστα 01:07:19 19) Μπαμπης Στοκας - Εμεινα εδω 01:11:59 20) Νατασσα Μποφιλιου - Εν λευκω 01:16:14 21) Νατασσα Μποφιλιου - Μεχρι το τελος 01:20:06 22) Νατασσα Μποφιλιου - Σ'εχω βρει και σε χανω 01:23:12 23) Νατασσα Μποφιλιου - Το ονομα μου 01:28:55 24) Νατασσα Μποφιλιου - Κοιτα εγω 01:33:43 25) Ορφεας Περιδης - Για που το βαλες καρδια μου 01:35:57 26) Ορφεας Περιδης - Φευγω 01:39:38 27) Παντελης Θαλασσινος - Αναθεμα σε 01:44:47 28) Παντελης Θαλασσινος - Εισιτηριο στη τσεπη σου 01:47:29 29) Παντελης Θαλασσινος - Μελινα Κανα - Τυφλες ελπιδες 01:51:32 30) Ορφεας Περιδης - Μανωλης Λιδακης - Γιατι πολυ σ'αγαπησα 01:55:42 31) Μιλτος Πασχαλιδης - Χρηστος Θηβαιος - Στα ειπα ολα 02:01:51 32) Γιωτα Νεγκα - Τα τραγουδια που λες 02:05:13 33) Γιωτα Νεγκα - Το δικιο μου 02:08:28 34) Χρηστος Θηβαιος - Ποσο πολυ σ'αγαπησα 02:12:14 ΕΝΤΕΧΝΑ ΜΙΞ 2016-ΝΟΝ ΣΤΟΠ ΕΝΤΕΧΝΑ ENTEXNA MIX 2016-NON STOP ENTEXNA Τα πνευματικά δικαιώματα ανήκουν εξ ολοκλήρου στους δημιουργούς. Αποποίηση: Το βιντεο δεν προοριζεται για παραβίαση πνευματικών δικαιωμάτων . Το ακουστικό περιεχόμενο δεν ανήκει σε εμένα δεν κανω κέρδος από αυτό το βίντεο, δεν είμαι κύριος πνευματικων δικαιώματων των φωτογραφιών, είναι από το διαδίκτυο. Αυτό είναι καθαρά για Διασκέδαση.Τα πνευματικά δικαιώματα των videos ανήκουν στις εκάστοτε δισκογραφικές εταιρείες των καλλιτεχνών και στους δημιουργούς τους.
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Anita Darian - Misirlou
 
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The song was first performed by the Michalis Patrinos rebetiko band in Athens, Greece in 1927. As with almost all early rebetika songs (a style that originated with the Greek refugees from Turkey), the song's actual composer has never been identified, and its ownership rested with the band leader. The melody was most likely composed collaboratively by the group, as was often the case at the time; the initial lyrics were almost certainly written by Patrinos himself. Patrinos, being originally a Smyrniot (today İzmir, Turkey), pronounced the song's title [musurlu], similar to the Turkish pronunciation, [mɯsɯrlɯ]. The Greek word Misirlou refers specifically to a Muslim Egyptian woman (as opposed to a Christian Egyptiotissa); thus this song refers to a cross-faith, cross-race, relationship, a risqué subject at its time. Initially, the song was composed as a Greek zeibekiko dance, in the rebetiko style of music, at a slower tempo and a different key than the orientalized performances that most are familiar with today. This was the style of the first known recording by Michalis Patrinos in Greece, circa 1930 (which was circulated in the United States by Titos Dimitriadis' Orthophonic label); a second recording was made by Patrinos in New York, in 1931. In 1941, Nick Roubanis, a Greek-American music instructor, released a jazz instrumental arrangement of the song, crediting himself as the composer. Since his claim was never legally challenged, he is still officially credited as the composer today worldwide, except in Greece where credit is variably given to either Roubanis or Patrinos. Subsequently S. Russell, N. Wise, and M. Leeds wrote English lyrics to the song. Roubanis is also credited with fine-tuning the key and the melody, giving it the oriental sound that it is associated with today. The song soon became an "exotica" standard among the light swing (lounge) bands of the day.
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Greek Music - Greek Goddess dancing Oriental - ''Misirlou'' song
 
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Greek Music TV Show in Cyprus: ''Σάββατο κι απόβραδο'' --- ''Savato ke apovrado'' The History of the Song: ''Misirlou'' is an old Greek rebetiko song... Misirlou (Μισιρλού) is the feminine form of Misirlis (Μισιρλής) which comes from the Turkish word Mısırlı, which is formed by combining Mısır ("Egypt" in Turkish, borrowed from Arabic) with the Turkish -lı suffix, literally meaning "Egyptian". The song was selected by the Athens 2004 Organizing Committee as one of the most influential Greek songs of all time, and was heard in venues and at the closing ceremony -- it was performed by Anna Vissi. Initially, the song was first played by Michalis Patrinos and his rebetiko band in Athens in 1927. The Lyrics were written by Michalis Patrinos. The earliest known recording of this song was by the rebetiko musician, Tetos Demetriades, in 1927, in New York. The earliest known recording of this song by Michalis Patrinos and his rebetiko band was in 1930 in Athens, Greece, which was circulated in the United States by the Orthophonic label. Another recording was made by Patrinos in New York in 1931. In 1941, Nick Roubanis, a Greek-American music instructor, released a jazz instrumental arrangement of the song, crediting himself as the composer. Since his claim was never legally challenged, he is still officially credited as the composer today worldwide, except in Greece where credit is variably given to either Roubanis or Patrinos. Subsequently Bob Russell, Fred Wise and Milton Leeds wrote English lyrics to the song. Roubanis is also credited with fine-tuning the key and the melody, giving it the Oriental sound that it is associated with today. The song soon became an "exotica" standard among the light swing (lounge) bands of the day. The song then gained popularity among Middle Eastern audiences through Arabic (belly dancing), Jewish (klezmer), Armenian and Turkish versions The song's oriental melody has been so popular for so long that many people, from Morocco to Iraq, claim it to be a folk song from their own country. In fact, in the realm of Middle Eastern music, the song is a very simplistic one, since it is little more than going up and down the Hijaz Kar or double harmonic scale. SOME OTHER VERSIONS OF THE GREEK SONG ''MISIRLOU'' . . 1) In 1943, Miriam Kressyn wrote Yiddish lyrics to the song. 2) In 1944, Lebanese musician Clovis el-Hajj performed this song and called it "Amal". This is the only known Arabic language version of the song to date. 3) The song eventually gained worldwide popularity through Dick Dale's 1962 American surf rock version, which was responsible for popularizing the song in Western popular culture. During a performance, Dale was bet by a young fan that he could not play a song on only one string of his guitar. Dale's father and uncles were Lebanese-American musicians, and Dale remembered seeing his uncle play "Misirlou" on one string of the oud. He vastly increased the song's tempo to make it into rock and roll. It was Dale's surf rock version that introduced "Misirlou" to a wider audience in the United States 4) The Beach Boys recorded a Dale-inspired "Miserlou" for the 1963 album Surfin' U.S.A., solidifying "Miserlou" as a staple of American pop culture. A wealth of surf and rock bands soon recorded versions of the song, including the Ventures, Astronauts, Surfaris, and Bobby Fuller Four. Hundreds of recordings have been made to date, by artists as diverse as Agent Orange and Connie Francis (1965). 5) "Missirlù" was a 1967 Italian single, sung by Gino (Cudsi) and Dorine. 6) The song was sung by the Turkish singer Zeki Müren in 1971 as "Yaralı Gönül" with lyrics by Suat Sayın, a Turkish singer and composer. . 7) In 1972 Serbian singer Staniša Stošić recorded song Lela Vranjanka with different lyrics, it is most famous version of Misirlou in Serbia. 8) Phil Woods plays a clarinet on Misirlou on the album Into The Woods 9) In 1994, Dale's version of "Miserlou" was used on the soundtrack of the motion picture Pulp Fiction thanks to a suggestion to Quentin Tarantino from his friend Boyd Rice. 10) In March 2005, Q magazine placed Dale's version at number 89 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks. 11) The Russian dobro player Eugene Nemov recorded an instrumental version in Moscow 2006 12) Another version recorded in 2006 by The Black Eyed Peas - ''Pump It''
Views: 48390 Λεωνίδας Σ.
Happy Birthday my nega!!
 
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Una Pastora/ Live Performance by Yasmin Levy and the 'My Sweet Canary' Ensemble
 
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Una Pastora (The Shepherdess)/ English translation: A shepherdess I loved A beautiful child. Still so young I adored her, More than her I loved no other One day when we were Sitting in the garden I said to her: "For you, my flower I will die of love" In her arms she hugged me Lovingly she kissed me She answered me sweetly: "You are too young for love" I grew up and looked for her She took another and I lost her She has forgotten me, But I shall always love The Ladino version of the Greek song 'Mia Vaskopoula', performed by Yasmin Levy and the 'My Sweet Canary' Ensemble in 'The Stage,' Thessaloniki, on March 16th 2010 during the Roza Eskenazi Tribute Concert that was filmed as a part of the Musical Documentary 'My Sweet Canary'- A journey through the life and music of Roza Eskenazi. This track appears on the Live Recordings Soundtrack Album of the film. For more details visit: www.mysweetcanary.com Playing in this song: Vocals// Yasmin Levy Guitar// Dimitris Mistakidis Oud// Tomer Katz Violin// Ektoras Kosmas Clarinet// Ramazan Sesler Percussion// Hasan Sesler, Omer Raslan Kanun and Musical arrangement// Mumin Sesler Percussion// Sener Yolal Contrabass// Ugurcan Sesler Produced by Sher Film and Music Productions
Views: 41496 MySweetCanaryFilm
Roots of Greek Music: Music of Macedonia
 
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01 Syrtos 02 Skoptikos horos 03 Kori Eleni 04 Apano stin triantafilia I 05 Agiovasliatikos antikristos 06 Tou nafti i mana 07 Mia pashalia Alexandre 08 Galaziani 09 Biserisa varethika 10 Aspra mou peristeria 11 I trelli tou horiou 12 Milo mou kokkino 13 Ena savato vradi 14 Mia paraskevi 15 Piga se gamo 16 Apano stin triantafilia II 17 12 chronon korasi 18 O Gianos
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Peter James: Misirlou
 
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One year ago I uploaded this song using a record with very disturbing surfacenoise. Here is the sound much better! I am happy to have found a promotionrecord -flipside is Opportunity, arranged by the wellknown Jimmy Bowen. Here´s my original text written a year ago (starting with a short newsflash from november): Newsflash November 20th: Peter James is a singer and producer and it is not a fakename and he is not PJ Proby, says Wes Bryan. Visit Bryans blogspot: http://www.wesbryan.blogspot.com (End Newsflash) OK, the first ten seconds have a lousy surfacenoice. But I have ripped this song from the only record I could find on internet - if someone uploads a better copy I´d be more than pleased. Reprise 0460 from 1966, flipside is Opportunity. My copy is manufactured in Australia. Misirlou is an old greek song, recorded many times, by names like Dick Dale and The Beach Boys. This version is from April 1966. Translation My Misirlou (Egyptian girl), your sweet glance Has lit a flame in my heart. Ah, ya habibi, Ah, ya leh-leli, ah (Arabic: Oh, my love, Oh, my night‎) Your two lips are dripping honey, ah. Ah, Misirlou, magical, exotic beauty. Madness will overcome me, I can't endure [this] any more. Ah, I'll steal you away from the Arab land. My black-eyed, my wild Misirlou, My life changes with one kiss Ah, ya habibi, one little kiss, ah From your sweet little lips, ah.
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"Misirlou" by The Train Wreckers
 
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Dick Dale & The Deltones song resurrected in the Pulp Fiction movie and more recently heavily sampled by The Black Eyed Peas. This is The Train Wreckers usual intro. song in live gigs - recorded in Glasgow, February 2010 (video taken from live studio session). http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Train-Wreckers/120132814709451 https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/almeria-ep/id584508354
Views: 9518 CounselledOut
Folk dance and folk song - Greece
 
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This presentation is a part of the final product DVD “Presentation of folk costumes, folk dance and folk song” made by students from 7th Primary School of Tripoli, Greece . Responsible of final product: 7th Primary School of Tripoli, Greece.
Anna Vissi and Mario - "I Garsona" (Athinon Arena 2009 - 2010)
 
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Anna and Mario singing "I Garsona",written by Panos Toundas.Guest starring the uploader,at the finale.
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Athens life.International  Dance and Song Festival.Armenian folk song .
 
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"Kilikia" armenian folk song .International dance and song festival.
Views: 218 Amalia Bellu
Tommy Seebach - Misirlou (Pulp Fiction Theme)
 
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Tommy Seebach singing Misirlou
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George Abdo & His Flames Of Araby Orchestra - Misirlou (LP rip) HQ
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misirlou
Views: 19929 DJ Aksyonoff
Sakis Rouvas-Askisi Ipotagis
 
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Music: Stratos Diamantis Lyrics: Aris Davarakis
Views: 3364 Stratos Diamantis
AcroYoga Thessaloniki.wmv
 
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With Love To All My Friends. Konstantinos Karafoulidis Virginia Anagnostou
Panayotis Kalantzopoulos - Uranya (DJ Pantelis Official Remix) [Sugar Factory Records]
 
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Original Music by Panayotis Kalantzopoulos Remixed and Produced by DJ Pantelis Guitars and accordion performed by Panayotis Kalantzopoulos Trombone,trumpet,double bass,piano and violins performed by Pantelis Kotakis Cat #: SFR0026 Release Date: 16/1/2017 Published by Sugar Factory Records Distributed by DigDis Germany Follow Panayotis Kalantzopoulos: https://www.facebook.com/PanagiotisKalantzopoulosOfficialPage Follow DJ Pantelis: https://www.facebook.com/djpantelisofficial/ Follow Sugar Factory Records: https://www.facebook.com/sugarfactoryrecords/
Views: 50759 DJ Pantelis Official
13th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival opening ceremony
 
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A troupe of phonetic singers with traditional Smyrneiko percussion instruments performed songs sung by Roza Eskenazi, whose life the biopic "My Sweet Canary", premiering at the opening ceremony of the 13th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, details
Views: 876 Asteris Masouras
Summertime in Prague ~ Kalantzopoulos~ Paspala
 
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"Ftina Tsigara" by Renos Haralambidis words and music by Panayotis Kalantzopoulos (P) & (C) Cantini Summertime in Prague when blood was warm, when blood was young after all those tears after all those years, I long for Summertime in Prague we were so rich without a dime when I was your Queen and you were my King - without a palace We would sleep in cheap hotels and wake up from the sound, of bells on Sundays we would only drink cheap wine but I was yours and you were mine Summertime in Prague I was a fool I could not see that you were meant to be the only one for me - now I long for Summertime in Prague when blood was warm, when blood was young after all those tears after all those years, I long for Summertime in Prague
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Anita Darian: Misirlou
 
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Here is an extract of another ultra-rare record, "East of the Sun", by the "Armenian Yma Sumac", Anita Darian. Anita Darian has been a serious working singer for nearly 50 years. She's worked in everything from opera and classical recitals to television jingles and cartoon voice-overs. She has a classically-trained voice with a four-octave range, which has enabled her to take on some remarkable jobs over the years. She sang on a number of albums of Broadway musicals, including "The King and I" and "Show Boat" for Columbia Records. She sang and played the kazoo at a performance of Mark Bucci's "Kazoo Concerto" at one of Leonard Bernstein's famous Young Peoples' concerts with the New York Philharmonic, which later earned her a part in the recording of John Corigliano's eccentric take-off, titled "The Naked Carmen", on the original Bizet opera. And hundreds of millions of listeners have heard her demonstrate her vocal range without knowing it, because she provided the swooping counter-melody behind the tenor lead on the Tokens' #1 hit, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight", a cover of a South African song written by Solomon Linda. "East of the Sun", recorded in 1960 with Frank Hunter handling the arrangements, is a collection of genuine and ersatz Near/Middle Eastern songs such as "Misirlou" and "Gomen Nasir". It's a treat to hear the rare vocal version of "Misirlou", but Darian's style is operatic rather than exotic. She obviously had the capacity to go the Yma Sumac route, but she sticks to an approach more heard in recital halls than cocktail lounges. Darian is still performing today and was featured in a 2003 Cabaret Festival in New York City. Enjoy!
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Me Ta Matia kleista (Με τα μάτια κλειστά)Yiota Nenga -  Greek Cover by Drou
 
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I love the passion of this song and vocal range and thought this would be a great start in re-launching my singing career as both a Greek and English artist. Hope you enjoy it. https://www.facebook.com/drou11/ https://www.instagram.com/jazzbydrou/ https://www.instagram.com/jazzbydrou/ FOR BOOKINGS/CORPORATE EVENTS/FESTIVALS/EXCLUSIVE PERFORMANCES PLEASE CONTACT: [email protected] www.lateralize.co.uk
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Greek traditions and values, as expressed through folk dance and music
 
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Sail with Us through Thousands of Years of Custom and Tradition The Lyceum Club of Greek Women is dedicated to the promotion of Greek culture and the preservation of Greek heritage. Established in 1911, the Lyceum Club brings storied Greek traditions to life: their 2014 themed cruises have been created for "students" of all ages. They pay tribute to Greek traditions and values, as expressed through folk dance and music, singing and authentic folk costumes. For 2014, they have prepared a series of interactive programs and performances for our Aegean cruises designed to bring you up-close to the fascinating people who live on these exquisite islands and their time-honored traditions. The extremely popular 2013 themed programs, "Wedding in the Aegean" and "Aegean, its Islands and Traditions" will be repeated as part of the Lyceum Club of Greek Women themed cruise program for 2014. The "Aegean, its Islands and Traditions" enriches the cruise experience with an imaginative journey to the Greek islands to "meet" their people and discover their folk costumes and local customs. These are people who live off the land and the sea, who cultivate their fields, who fish and sponge dive, who make sweet wine and collect aromatic mastic. "Aegean Weddings" recreates the unique customs and ceremonies that accompany this celebration on various islands. Members of the Lyceum Club of Greek Women will sing "dowry songs," shave the groom, dress the bride and dance the wedding night away. "The Circle of Life" takes participants on a grand tour of our various destinations; thanks to the loving attention to detail the Lyceum Club of Greek Women brings to this fascinating program. The Lyceum Club of Greek Women invites you to meet the people of the Aegean and celebrate their lives: to join them for feasts, to sing and dance with them. Like a true Greek.
Views: 1486 Celestyal Cruises
Despo - Greek folklore dance
 
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Dance school Balkanci, Sofia, Bulgaria
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Tsaligopoulou, Stereo Mike & Shaya @ MAD Video Awards 2006
 
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Eleni Tsaligopoulou, Stereo Mike & Shaya on a "Pump it / Misirlou" medley
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Four One and Only's  Misirlou 1993 Vocal version
 
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Real odd vocal take by Dutch indie band from Breda the Four One and Only's that for some reason works very well. Years pre Pulp Fiction the band already was crazy bout Dick dale and this fine North Asian folk tune. On the surf guitar Rob 'Dale' Musters. It was recorded in legendary café Zanetti by Joseph James Foster. Also produced by him. The choir is the actual crowd sitting at the bar. No idea who all were there. We had a lot of fun doing this. This track was released on a rare 200 copies promo 45/ EP and also was included on the band's final CD 'Holy' in 1996.
Views: 1011 Marthy Coumans
raining pleasure & elli paspala - noble dame (live)
 
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Raining Pleasure performing "noble dame" with Elli Paspala from the cd "Reflections", in which they have tampered with Manos Hadjidakis' music. Taken from their live in Theatro Rematias in Vyronas, athens, Summer 2006.
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Martha D Lewis and Eve Polycarpou perform Dimitroulla
 
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Introducing a "Rembetika Set" (Greek Blues) session during the Cafe Aman evening at the Jazz @ Pizza Express, Dean Street on 7th October 2008, Martha introduces her long-time musical partner and friend Eve Polycarpou and they perform the famous song - Dimitroulla. In this performance of the classic Rembetika song from 1918 they are accompanied by Pavlos Koutanaris and Chaz Koshi. For Martha and Eve's latest news, see: http://www.marthaandeve.co.uk Please also show some love to Martha's profile at: http://www.myspace.com/marthadlewis And last but by no means least, there is a facebook "Martha and Eve fanpage" at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Martha-and-Eve-formerly-known-as-Donna-and-Kebab/45845411472?ref=mf
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Kalantzopoulos ~ Summertime in Prague feat. Elly Paspala
 
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Ftina Tsigara OST ~ a film by Renos Charalabidis (2000)
Views: 28634 Cantini

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