The lyre (Greek: λύρα) is a stringed musical instrument known for its use in Greek classical antiquity and later. The word comes from the Greek "λύρα" (lyra)[1] and the earliest reference to the word is the Mycenaean Greek ru-ra-ta-e, meaning "lyrists", written in Linear B syllabic script

Fresco -- 'A Muse Tuning Two Lyres' -- Detail from an Attic white-ground cup by the Hesiod Painter -- BCE -- From Eretria, Greece -- Belonging to Les Louvre, Paris

Irene Papas and Anthony Quinn

A Dream of Kings Anthony Quinn and Irene Papas join in a traditional joyful Greek dance

Bouzouki

Original rounded body Greek bouzouki had 6 string instrument with 3 courses…

▶ "Ανωγιανός Πηδηχτός/Πυρρίχιος" - Κουρήτες - Μαρτσάκης Σκορδαλός (Cretan - Martsakis Skordalos) - YouTube

Pentozali is a very ancient war dance and in the past it was danced only by men. Now it is danced by women too. Its origin is from the ancient war dance, the.

Lavouto (laouto, lagouto) is a stringed instrument in the lute family.

Lavouto (laouto, lagouto) is a stringed instrument in the lute family.

Folk costume. Macedonia

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Women's costume and embroidery of the Miyaks, Galičnik and other villages, Macedonia

Domna Samiou (1928-2012) was a prominent Greek researcher and performer of Greek Folk Music. For over half a century she has been collecting, recording and performing all over the world the traditional songs of Greece, appealing not only to the Greek diaspora, but also introducing non-Greek audiences to traditional Greek Folk Music..

Domna Samiou was a prominent Greek researcher and performer of Greek…

Greek Costume ~ Greek Folk Music and Dance ~ John Pappas ~ Ioannis Pappayiorgas ~ Greek Dance Greek Music Klarino Bouzouki Greek Instruments Greek Clarinet

Greek Costume ~ Greek Folk Music and Dance ~ John Pappas ~ Ioannis Pappayiorgas ~ Greek Dance Greek Music Klarino Bouzouki Greek Instruments Greek Clarinet in Metsovo, Epirus

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