Everybody may know the sound of a harp, played virtuously by a musician creating sounds, that seem a little bit outer space, extraterrestrial and strange, but in the same way harmonically satisfying and peaceful. Could you imagine those sounds created by nothing else but the wind? The ancient Greeks could or at least discovered that this is possible if you create an instrument that catches the vibes of the wind and transforms them into music.
This week, you will be introduced to a very talented Scottish musician : Finn Anderson. He is 24 years old, and composes an alternative pop/folk music. He was raised in Fife on the East Coast of Scotland.
Hello and welcome to ChiosRadio.gr! For this weeks new episode of our quiz category Speak If I will present you a new story about something that could may be invent by the Greeks. Do you think the newspaper is originally Greek? Let’s hear!
Today I would like to introduce to you a magnificent Greek composer and poet, which was along with Mikis Theodorakis one of the main movers of the “Έntechni” music. He lived from the 23rd October 1925 until the 15th June 1994 and had a life full of self created music, of which the most pieces count today as classical ones.
The movie was firstly presented in the United States in 1982 and won the Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival and the Pasinetti Award for the best actress Susan Sarandon at the Venice film Festival.
Artemios "Demis" Ventouris-Roussos (Αρτέμιος "Ντέμης" Βεντούρης-Ρούσσος) is a Greek singer with an international career, especially in France. Actually, I know him since my childhood, from my mother. His genre of music is the variety. He is recognizable by his warm tenor timbre and his power (which earned him the nickname "Pavarotti pop") and by the tremolos at the end of the notes.