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200 years of Greek art music: Historical background

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200 years of Greek art music: Historical background

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15 October 2021

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2021

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“The Thessaloniki State Orchestra makes a historical review of the 200 years of entechno Greek music, in the context of the 56th Dimitria. Under the musical direction of Vyronas Fidetzis, works from different periods of the last two centuries are presented with important milestones in the evolution of Greek music, some of them even in their first performance in Thessaloniki.”
Program:
Georgios Axiotis (1875-1924): Lyrical intermezzo (Music editing: Vyron Fidetzis)
Nikolaos Mantzaros (1795-1872): Don Crepuscolo (Music editing: Vyron Fidetzis)
Marios Varvoglis (1885-1967): ‘Long live Messolonghi’ for English horn and strings
Manolis Kalomiris (1883-1962): At the Art Singer the Palaces (in poetry by Kostis Palamas), for recitation, solo flute and string orchestra
Manolis Kalomiris (1883-1962): The destruction of Psara, for narrator and orchestra (in poetry by Dionysios Solomos)
Dionysios Rodotheatos (1849-1892): Symphonic poem ‘Athalia’ (Music by: Byron Fidetzis)( From 56th Dimitria: https://e-dimitria.gr/ekdhlwseis/200-chronia-entechnis-ellinikis-mousikis-istoriki-anadromi/)

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