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Παρασκευή, 30 Νοεμβρίου 2012

Christodoulos Halaris - Byzantine Secular Classical Music

English: A map of the Byzantine Empire, c.1180AD
English: A map of the Byzantine Empire, c.1180AD (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Xristódulos Xálaris - Byzantine Secular Classical Music
VOLUME I
CD 1
1. Work by Chryssafis, the "lampadarios": Pleasant, sweet, instrumental and pagan. Fourth mode
2. The most beautiful, "O pani oraios", Kratima by Master Emmanuel Chryssafis. Third plagal mode
3. "The Viola", composed by Ioannis Koukouzelis. Fouth plagal mode)
CD2
1. Teretism, the psalter. A composition by Master Gregory Aliatis. Fourth mode
2. Kratima, the Dance "Horos", composed by Master Ioannis Koukouzelis. First plagal mode
3. "Voulgarikon" a musical work, bulgarian style, by Master Ioannis Koukouzelis. First plagal mode
4. Persian Song "Persikon Yeleyeleli". Third plagal mode)
CD3
1. Teretism of the King "Vassileos" by Master Ioannis Koukouzelis. Fourth plagal mode
2. The Weaver "O Anyfantis". First plagal mode
3. "The Orfan" kratima, composed by Koronis. First plagal mode
4. Kratima of the Francs, "Frankikon" by Koronis. Fourth plagal mode
The extensive series of recordings of "Byzantine secular classical music" made for Orata by Christodoulos Halaris has generated not a little controversy within Greece among both musicologists and folk musicians .... His work makes an interesting comparison, being altogether smoother and quite without the vibrant folk-influenced sound of the Athens Byzantine Orchestra. ...



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