TIS KALYMNOS PAIHNITZA - DODEKANISA

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  • Code: CRPNGM 002
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Violins and bagpipes in Kalymnos . In this new CD of KEPEM with tunes and songs from Kalymnos , second in a series of publications offered in music loving public, presents 20 musical samples from Kalymnians musicians who recorded the Simon Karas in 1957 and 1971 . Aims and runners and wedding songs , lounge and dance , by leading instrumentalists of Kalymnos . Violinist MICKES Tsouna , lute player Emmanuel Tsouna , tsampounistes John Vouis , Yiannis Greek and Nick Tully . A variety of sounds and rhythms of the two traditions of the island ; violin and bagpipe . In multi-page tribute includes historical data for the Dodecanese Kalymnos , and information about the dialect , music and purposes, dance and costume Kalymnos . Essays on the manners and customs, and the life of the sponge , give audible and vividly feel the particular society of the island . Knowledge and valuable experiences submitted by George Chatzetheodoros Kyriakos Hadjidakis , Calliope Black , Konstantinos Kontos , Evdokia Vouvalis , Nikos Papadopoulos and Angelo Theodosiou , researchers tradition of Kalymnos . The issue surrounding rich photographic material , chronicling the recording of the songs, as well as quotes and anecdotes from the personal diary of Angela Kara during the recordings .

1. Speech recording - Country

2 . Day

3 merose . Issus ( Violin - Lute )

4. The chorzano

5. Niffikatos ( violin - lute )

6. Voskarourtza

7. Sushi ( bagpipe )

8. Purpose of Xexeni

9. Aman aman

10. Sushi ( violin - lute )

11. River, waves you

12. Show tsampounisti ( P. Tully )

13. Issus ( Tsampouna )

14. Kassotikos

15. My boat painted,

16. Mars wedding

17. Old responsibility

18. Speech recording (Tenedos )

19 . Issus ( Tsampouna )

20. Parianos

21. Kanaris

22. Nyffikatos ( bagpipe )

23 . Sushi ( Tsampouna )

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Categories Music
Availability In stock
Type Cd's
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