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Various - The Hellenic Musical Tradition In South Italy flac album

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Performer: Various
Title: The Hellenic Musical Tradition In South Italy
Country: Greece
Released: 1984
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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Gatefold illustrated cover. Includes 20 page 12" booklet with photos, history, liner notes and lyrics (Greek and English translation).

Greek musical literacy created a flowering of development; Greek music theory included the Greek musical modes, eventually became the basis for Eastern and Western religious music and classical music. Greece in the Roman Empire. Also, Thanos Mikroutsikos released an album of old Greek partisan songs of the Greek resistance, with his own orchestration. A form of éntekhno which is even closer to western classical music was introduced also during the late 1970s by Thanos Mikroutsikos. See the section 'Other popular trends' below for further information on Néo Kýma and contemporary éntekhno.

Ελληνική Μουσική Παράδοση Της Κάτω Ιταλίας The Hellenic Musical Tradition In South Italy ‎(2xLP, Comp). Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation.

Italy: Musical Tradition. Material Type: Articles in Books. Niggun of the Meggid of Mezerich From the album, "The Hasidic Niggun as Sung by the Hasidim. This dance niggun is the seventh and last in a series of niggunim sung by Bratslav Hasidim as they dance after the Shabbat evening service on Friday night. Some have attributed the niggun to R. Dov Ber, the meggid of Mezerich. Kol B'ru'ei (Padua, Italy) From the album, "Italian Jewish Musical Traditions from the Leo Levi Collection (1954-1961)

Written documents exist that describe the musical culture of the Rus'. The most popular kind of instruments in medieval Russia were thought to have been string instruments, such as the gusli or gudok. Russia was a late starter in developing a native tradition of classical music due to the proscription by the Orthodox Church against secular music. Beginning in the reign of Ivan IV, the Imperial Court invited Western composers and musicians to fill this void

Italian culture is steeped in the arts, family, architecture, music and food. Home of the Roman Empire and a major center of the Renaissance, culture on the Italian peninsula has flourished for centuries. Here is a brief overview of Italian customs and traditions. About 96 percent of the population of Italy is Italian, though there are many other ethnicities that live in this country.

Southern Italy is a vast region that contains the provinces of Abruzzo, Apulia, Basilicata, Campania, Calabria, Molise and Sicily – Sardinia is also sometimes included in this region but this island has less in common with the rest of Southern Italy and has differing culture and traditions. This region of Italy has been inhabited by many different civilisations since antiquity including the Greeks, Romans, Etruscans, Arabs, Normans and Byzantines. The city has a large harbour that is a great place to walk through and admire the various fishing and sailing boats. Furthermore, spanning part of the harbour is the impressive Ponte del Mare which is a suspension bridge that has a split cycling and walking track running its entire length.

Tracklist

A1 My Fair Little One 2:05
A2 Lullaby 2:05
A3 Dandling Song 1:25
A4 Lament Of The Emigrant 3:10
A5 Lament Of The Emigrant 2:45
A6 Tarantella "Pizzica" 2:00
A7 Tarantella "Pizzica" 4:25
A8 Goodnight 3:00
B1 Work Song 5:15
B2 Strina (Christmas Carols) 1:50
B3 Passion Song 1:45
B4 Example Of Speech (By A Man) 1:30
B5 Example Of Speech (By A Woman) 0:25
B6 "And How Much…" 2:00
B7 Lament 2:35
B8 Novena 3:00
B9 Improvisation 4:04
C1 Tarantela 3:05
C2 Mary Magdalen 1:37
C3 Lullaby 1:15
C4 Lament 1:15
C5 Tarantela 2:30
C6 Oh My Beautiful Morea…! 1:55
C7 Lament For Coron 2:30
C8 The Dead Brother 1:32
C9 Constantinos The Young Lad 2:15
C10 Lullaby 1:05
C11 Wedding Song 1:30
D1 Hymn 3:22
D2 St.Mary, Indicator Of The Way 2:07
D3 Troparion of Good Friday 2:40
D4 Enkomion of Good Friday 1:50
D5 Troparion of Resurrection 1:37
D6 Praise The Lord 3:15
D7 Carol Of Lazarus 3:25
D8 Christmas Hymn 3:30

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Λάμπρος Λιάβας

Notes

Gatefold illustrated cover.
Includes 20 page 12" booklet with photos, history, liner notes and lyrics (Greek and English translation).
All titles on labels are written in Greek language
℗ 1983 Π.Λ.Ι.

1st Edition: Dec.1983
2nd Edition: Dec.1984
Re-issued on CD (PFF-CD1) 1996

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: Ζ1/Φ2912-325/310/83

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
P.F.F. 6-7 Various Η Ελληνική Μουσική Παράδοση Της Κάτω Ιταλίας = The Hellenic Musical Tradition In South Italy ‎(2xLP, Comp) Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation P.F.F. 6-7 Greece 1983