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      "There is surely no more impressive site in the world than the Temple of Apollo at Delphi on Mount Parnassus; of all the glorious holy places, this site of the Oracle of Delphi established the link between music and mystery.... The word music itself comes for the Greek word musiki, meaning all the arts of the nine Muses. Apollo, son of Zeus, was the leader of the Muses, as master athlete and warrior as well as master musician. Mount Parnassus came to be thought of as the home of music." Yehudi Menuhin, The Music of Man

      Some intellectual purists classify music in two categories: a) “Classical Music” and b) “Noise”.

      Classical Music

      Composer

      Francesco Londarit (Φραγκ?σκο? Λεονταρ?τη?) (c 1518 - c. 1572) Cretan composer , contralto˙

      Konstantinos Agathaphron Nikopoulos (1786-1841)

      Solomos and Mantzaros

      Nikolaos Chalikiopoulos Mantzaros (Νικ?λαο? Χαλικι?πουλο? Μ?ντζαρο?) (26.10.1795 Corfu -12.4.1872 ), Greek National Anthem (music written first version in 1828 completed 1830, second improved version presented 5.2.1844 to Dionysios Solomos (who has written the text) (1823), official Greek anthem since 4.8.1865, decision by King George I who listened the work performed by the Philharmony of Corfu ) (before as National Anthem the Anthem of Bavaria/Germany was used) (AU Format, 377K) , President of the Philharmonic Company of Corfu from 1840 “ο συνθ?τη? τη? πρ?τη? σωζ?μενη? ?περα? ?λληνα δημιουργο? (Don Crepuscolo, 1815), του πρ?του γνωστο? ?ργου σε ελληνικ? γλ?σσα για φων? και ορχ?στρα (Aria Greca, 1827), των πρ?των γνωστ?ν ελληνικ?ν ?ργων για κουαρτ?το εγχ?ρδων (Partimenti, περ?που 1850), του πρ?του ελληνικο? πιανιστικο? ρεπερτορ?ου, του πρ?του ελληνικο? ?ργου σε μορφ? φο?γκα?, τη? πρ?τη? μνημονευ?μενη? ελληνικ?? συμφων?α? (χαμ?νη), καθ?? και ο συγγραφ?α? του πρ?του δοκιμ?ου μουσικ?? αν?λυση? (Rapporto, 1851) και των πρ?των μουσικοπαιδαγωγικ?ν συγγραμμ?των στην Ελλ?δα.” Info in Greek

      Frankiskos Domeneginis (1809-1874) , Zakynthos

      Spyridon Xyndas (Σπυρ?δων Ξ?νδα? ) (1812 -1896), Composer and Guitar Player O Hypopsiphios Bouleutis (Ο Υποψ?φιο? Βουλευτ??), a student of Mantzaros

      Iosif (or Iossif) Liveralis (or Limberalis) (Ιωσ?φ Λιβερ?λη?)(1820-1890/9?) ?

      Leonidas Alvanas (Λεων?δα? Αλβ?να?) (1823-1881)

      Alexandros Katakouzinos (Αλ?ξανδρο? Κατακουζην?? )(1824-1892) Aretousa ton Athinon, Antonio Foscari

      Pavlos Karrer or Karreris (or Paolo Carrer) (Πα?λο? Καρρ?ρ) (12.5.1829 – 7.6.1896) Zakynthos, Composer, a student of Mantzaros, Info in Greek (some MP3 examples), Dante e Beatrice , Marathon Salamis, Fior di Maria ossìa I Misteri di Parigi , Marcos Botsaris , Maria Antonietta

      Eduardos Labelet

      Georgios Lambiris (Γε?ργιο? Λαμπ?ρη?)(1833 Argostoli - 1889?)

      Achilles Nikolayevich Alferaki (1846 Kharkov / Ukraine - 1919) (Image ? TaganrogCity.Com)

      Dionysios Lavrangas (Διον?σιο? Λαυρ?γκα? ) (17.10.1860 – 1941) Pentathlon (See some Info about Lavrangas and the first Olympic Games)

      Dionysios Rodotheatos (Διον?σιο? Ροδοθε?το? ) (1849 Ithaca-1892 Italy) A student of Mantzaros. He continued his studies in Italy, Conservatory San Pietro a Maiella Naples /Italy (1864-1871). He was the first to write a modern manual of Harmonics in Greek "Πραγματε?α θεωρητικ? και πρακτικ? περ? Αρμον?α?" , published in Corfu 1886.

      Spyridon Filiskos Samaras (Σπυρ?δων Φιλ?σκο? Σαμ?ρα?) (17.11.1861 - 25.3.1917) Greek-English composer , his mother was Fanny-Louise Courtenay , student of Alexandros Katakouzinos and Xyndas (Olympic Games Hymn text by Kostis Palamas) , Music and Musicians at the Olympic Games in Athens, 1896 , Ο Σαμ?ρα? και ο Ολυμπιακ?? ?μνο?: τα πριν και τα μετ? του 1896 (PDF in Greek)

      Dimitris Lialios (Δημ?τριο? Λι?λιο?) ( Nov. 1869 Patras -1940) son of Loukas and Ekaterini Lialios, student of Ludwig Thuille "Munich School' , Image from the CD "Ονειρο του Μεσονυκτ?ου" .

      The Labelet brothers

      • Napoleon Labelet (Ναπολ?ων Λαμπελ?τ ) ( 1864 - 1932)
      • George Labelet (or Georgios Labelet) (Γε?ργιο? Λαμπελ?τ ) (1875 Corfu - 1945 Athens), student of Mantzaros


      Manolis Kalomiris (Μαν?λη? Καλομο?ρη?)((14 .12.1883 Smyrna–3 .4.1962 Athens) Greek National Music School, Konstantinos Palaiologos (.. Πιστε?ω ?μω? πω? με την μουσικ? μου στον Παλαιολ?γο, εχ?ραξα μι? σελ?δα στην ιστορ?α τη? Eλληνικ?? τ?χνη?) his last and his favorite work inspired by Nikos Kazantzakis work), (Ta NEA in Greek)

      Marios Varvoglis (Μ?ριο? Β?ρβογλη?) (1885 Brussels/Belgium – 1967 Athens/Greece)

      Georgios Poniridis (Γι?ργο? Πονηρ?δη? ) (1887 ? - 1982) Info in Greek

      Dimitrios Levidis (? 8.4.1886 Athens – 29.5.1951 Athens) Composer

      Emilios (or Emile) Riadis (Αιμ?λιο? Ρι?δη?) (1886 – 1935)

      Petros Petridis (Π?τρο? Πετρ?δη?) (23.7.1892 Nigdi/Asia Minor -1977)


      Nikos Skalkottas and Dimitris Mitropoulos

      Dimitris Mitropoulos (Δημ?τρη? Mητρ?πουλο? ) ((18.2. or 1.3).1896 Athens – 2.11.1969 Milan/Italy died during a probe with the orchestra of Milan), Composer, Pianist and conductor (1949–57 New York Philharmonic and also 1954–-60 New York Metropolitan Opera)

      Andreas Nezeritis (1897 Patra-1980)

      Yannis Konstantinidis (Γι?ννη? Kωνσταντιν?δη?) (1903-1984)

      Peloponnesian Dance

      Nikos Skalkottas (Ν?κο? Σκαλκ?τα?) (8/21.3.1904 Chalkis – 19.9.1949 Athens ) student of Arnold Sch?nberg (Website) (Greek Site), Five Greek Dances Kleftikos , Ipirotikos , Kritikos (a Japanese version ?) Web site of the International Feinberg – Skalkottas Society

      Leonidas Zoras (Λεων?δα? Ζ?ρα?) (8.3.1905 Sparta -22.12.1987 Athens)

      Antiochos Evangelatos (Αντ?οχο? Ευαγγελ?το?) (1903 Lixouri/Greece – 1981)


      Solon Michaelides (1905 – 1979) Composer and Conductor (The Music of Ancient Greece – An Encyclopedia), 1959 foundation of National Orchestra Thessaloniki

      Georgios Kasassoglou (December 1, 1908-June 2, 1984)

      Yiannis A. Papaioannou (Γι?ννη? Α. Παπα?ω?ννου) (6.1.1910 Kavala -19.5.1989 Athens)

      Alekos Xenos (Αλ?κο? Ξ?νο?) (1912 Zakynthos– 1.9.1995) Composer and communist, ο συνθ?τη? τη? Αντ?σταση? ,“Κατηγορ?τορεμπ?τικο”

      Menelaos Pallandios (Μεν?λαο? Παλλ?ντιο? )(1914 Piraeus -1970) a teacher of Manos Hadjidakis, a student of F. Oikonomidis and D. Mitropoulos

      Dimitris Dragatakis (Δημ?τρη? Δραγατ?κη?) (1914 Platanousa Epirus/Greece – 18.12.2001 Athens) Composer Info

      Anestis Logothetis (27.10.1921 Pyrgos/Burgas(Bulgaria) – 6.1.1994 Wien/Austria) Composer German. A graphical Music notation pioneer.

      Nikolaos Astrinidis (1921) Works: Agios Dimitrios, Kypriaki Rapsodia, Kyrillos kai Methodios, Neanika chronia tou Mega Alexandrou, Symfonia 1821, etc.

      Jani Christou (Γι?ννη? Χρ?στου)(8.1.1926–-8.1.1970 died after a car accident) Six Eliot Songs (1955), Anaparastasis III

      Dinos Constantinides (Ντ?νο? Κωνσταντιν?δη?) (1929 Ioannina ) Greek-American Composer

      Giorgos Tsougiopoulos (1930)

      Maria Kerestetzi

      Nicolas Roussakis (1934 – 1994) Composer

      Theodore (Theodoros) Antoniou (Θε?δωρο? Αντων?ου) (10.2.1935 Athens) Composer

      Dimitris Terzakis (Δημ?τρη? Τερζ?κη?) (12.3.1938 Athens)

      George Couroupos (1942 Athens)

      Kyriakos Sfetsas (Κυρι?κο? Σφ?τσα?) (29.9.1945 Amphilochia/Greece) Composer

      George Aperghis (23.12.1945 Athens)

      George (Georgios) Zervos (Γι?ργο? Ζερβ??) (1947 Cairo/Egypt) Composer

      Kiriakos Giorginakis (1950-1989 ) composer, guitarist,

      Demis Visvikis (Ντ?μη? Βισβ?κη? ) (1951 Cairo)

      Christos Hatzis (21.3.1953 Volos/Greece) Greek–Canadian Composer

      Christodoulos Halaris (Χριστ?δουλο? Χ?λαρη?)(?), Music of Ancient Greece

      Minas Bourboudakis Composer

      F. DiArta–Angeli (Gerasimos Nicholas Tsandoulas) (b. Arta Epirus/Greece) Composer

      Nickos Harizanos (21.1.1969 Athens) Composer

      Aris Carastathis (25.5.1957 Athens) Greek Canadian Composer

      Steven Karidoyanes (11.5.1957) Greek-American composer, conductor

      Kalogeras Alexandros (Αλ?ξανδρο? Καλογερ??) (1961 Athens)

      Leonidas Kourmadas (1958 Greece) Greek–Australian Composer

      Alexander Mouzas (1962 Constantinople/Instanbul) Composer

      Dimitri Nicolau (Δημ?τρη? Νικολ?ου)(1946 Keratea) Greece–Italy, Composer and also an artist: Paintings

      Sfetsas Kyriakos (29.9.1945 Amfilochia/Greece)

      Manos Tsangaris (1956 Düsseldorf /Germany)

      Louis Demetrius Alvanis ( 21 .12 1960)

      Dimitris Sykias (1962 Athens/Greece)

      Orestis Toufektsis (1966, Tashkent/Uzbekistan) Greek Composer resident in Austria

      Ekaterini Karamessini (1967)(Κατερ?να Καραμεσ?νη)

      Yannis Kyriakides (1969 Limassol/Cyprus ) Cyprus–The Netherlands Composer

      Antonis Anissegos (Αντ?νη? Ανισ?γκο? )(1970 Thessaloniki Greece)

      Athanasia Tzanou ( June 25.6.1971 Athens) Greek–born French Composer

      Dimitris Andrikopoulos (Δημ?τρη? Ανδρικ?πουλο?) (1971 Larissa)

      Minas Borboudakis (19.4.1974 Herakleion/Crete) Archegonon, Chorochronos

      Marios Joannou Elia (b. 1978, Paphos). Cypriot Composer ( chamber, choral, electroacoustic, piano, vocal ) various prizes and awards.

      Vangelis Petsalis (1965 Corfu) Composer

      Michael Travlos (1950)

      Alexis Agrafiotis (Αλ?ξη? Αγραφι?τη?) (1970 Salzburg Austria)

      Maria Karaferi (1972 Athens) Composer, Pianist

      Aspasia Nasopoulou ( 11.10.1972 Athens)

      Joseph Papadatos (?) Composer and Pianist

      Eugenia Manolidou (1975 Athens) Composer , Conductor, "Greek Goddess in the Viennese concerthall"

      Panayoti Karousos ( Παναγι?τη? Καρο?σο?), Alexander the Great Opera

      Conductor


      Filoktitis Oikonomidis (Φιλοκτ?τη? Οικονομ?δη?)(1889–-1957) a teacher of Theodorakis

      Herbert von Karajan (5.4.1908 Salzburg – 16.7.1989 Salzburg) (Greek Origin) Beethoven: Symphony No. 9, His origin is Greek, Georgios Karajannis from Kozani migrated 1767 to Austria, his son was Theodor von Karajan (historian and politician), the grandfather of Herbert von Karajan

      Marios Papadopoulos, (?) Pianist, Conductor Oxford Philomusica

      Panagiotis Diamantis (?) Conductor,

      Miltiades Caridis (1923-1997) German-Greek Conductor, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra.

      Constantine Kitsopoulos (?) Conductor

      Alexandros (Alexandre) Myrat (1950 Volos)

      Vassilis (or Vasilis) Christopoulos (1975 Munich Germany) a new young conductor in Germany “Ο μα?στρο? ε?ναι κ?τι σαν τον Χ?ρυ Π?ττερ”

      Odysseas Dimitriadis, ( Oδυσσ?α? Δημητρι?δη?) (1908-2005) Greek-Russian conductor, I Kathimerini

      Byron (or Vyron) Fidetzis (Thessaloniki) musical director of the Greek National Opera, since 1987 conductor of the Philatmonic Orchestra of Ekaterinbourg at Urals, Russia

      Theodoros Kourentzis (Θε?δωρο? Κουρεντζ??) (b. 1972 Athens) one of Russia’s most popular young conductors

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