VASILIS SKOULAS - DISCOGRAPHY (MP3)

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VASILIS SKOULAS - DISCOGRAPHY (MP3)

Vasilis Skoulas was born in Anogia, Rethymno in 1946 in a place and a large family with a tradition in music and the arts in general. Grandson of Michalis Skoulas, great lyricist of his time and son of the famous folk painter Alkiviadis Skoulas or Gryliou. He began to learn the lyre at the age of seven and at the age of just 16 managed to establish himself as one of the first lyricists and singers of the island, already charting his own course in the Cretan musical tradition. Vassilis Skoulas was born in Anogia, Rethymno in 1946 in a place and a large family with a tradition in music and the arts in general. Grandson of Michalis Skoulas, great lyricist of his time and son of the famous folk painter Alkiviadis Skoulas or Gryliou. He began to learn the lyre at the age of seven and at the age of just 16 managed to establish himself as one of the first lyricists and singers of the island, already charting his own course in the Cretan musical tradition. It was recorded for the first time in 1969, but his substantial discographic presence and collaboration with artful Greek composers began for Vassilis Skoulas in 1980 with "Sergianisma in Crete" and was followed by "Cretan anthology", the songs "Iron and water" "with music by Giannis Markopoulos," A Thousand Golden Gossips "," Love and the Poor "or" Reference to Crete "the Bitter Departure" in poetry by N. Vrettakou, "Drosostalides" etc. At the same time in the period 1981-85 made a series of appearances at the "Café I Hellas" theater and am as after the troupe of John Voglis the performance of the work of Nikos Kazantzakis Kapetan Michalis in Greece and abroad. Vasilis Skoulas continues even today, with the same passion and passion of youth, to create and appear in his own hangout, the famous "Delina", in Anogia, Rethymno

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Record Label Aerakis - Cretan Musical Workshop & Seistron
Availability In stock
Categories Music
Subcategories Cretan music, Personal albums
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