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Mikis Theodorakis talks about Vasilis Tsitsanis

Mikis Theodorakis talks about Vasilis Tsitsanis

Mikis Theodorakis talks about Vasilis Tsitsanis in this video from a historic moment in 1983. In August 1983, a tribute to Vasilis Tsitsanis was organized in Athens. In this video we watch a part of Theodorakis' speech about Tsitsanis. It is a very touching speech and a very significant one. Theodorakis starts by saying how […]

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Vasilis Tsitsanis

Vasilis Tsitsanis was the greatest Greek composer of laika songs in Greek music. The songs of Tsitsanis have remained as his legacy to the world of music, and are still considered masterpieces of the Greek music, sung by the most known Greek singers. Vasilis Tsitsanis Biography of Vasilis Tsitsanis On January 18, 1915, Vassilis Tsitsanis […]

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Ti simera ti avrio ti tora – Marika Ninou

Marika Ninou sings Ti simera ti avrio ti tora, a legendary Greek song which translates to "It could be today, tomorrow or even now" in English. Ti simera ti avrio ti tora is actually a Greek phrase of the everyday language that means "it's going to happen anyway", so time actually doesn't matter, it could be […]

Sinnefiasmeni Kiriaki - Vassilis Tsitsanis

Sinnefiasmeni Kiriaki - Vassilis Tsitsanis

Vassilis Tsitsanis sings Sinnefiasmeni Kiriaki, a famous Greek song which translates to Cloudy Sunday. It is probably one of the songs - trademarks of the Greek composer. Sinnefiasmeni Kiriaki was written during the German occupation in Thessaloniki and was recorded for the first time in 1948 by Tsaousakis and Sotiria Bellou. Tsitsanis once said that […]

Kane ligaki ipomoni - Sotiria Bellou

Kane ligaki ipomoni - Sotiria Bellou

Sotiria Bellou sings the song Kane ligaki ipomoni, a Greek song which translates to Have a little patience in English. Kane ligaki ipomoni was recorded on November 11th 1948, sung by Bellou and Tsitsanis. It is a song symbol of Greece during the civil war in 1946, with allegoric references to the current issue - […]

Me paresire to rema - Vassilis Tsitsanis, Haroula Lambraki

Me paresire to rema - Vassilis Tsitsanis, Haroula Lambraki

The unique Greek composer Vassilis Tsitsanis and Haroula Lambraki, a well known Greek singer, sing Me paresire to rema, a Greek song that means "The stream carried me away". The song is written by Vassilis Tsitsanis himself and is considered one of the most known and popular Rebetika songs, one of the best ever. The […]

Akrogialies Dilina - Dimitra Galani

Akrogialies Dilina - Dimitra Galani

Dimitra Galani sings Akrogiales Dilina, a very popular Greek song that means "Seashores and Sunsets", one of the most beloved laika song, composed by Vasilis Tsitsanis, an immensely important Greek Composer. The song reflects the pain and quest of a woman, trying to find her love, "wandering as a shadow alone on earth“. As all […]