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Nana Mouskouri in 1963. She sings the most beautiful rendition of Schubert's Seranade!

Nana Mouskouri in 1963. She sings the most beautiful rendition of Schubert's Seranade!

Sofia Vembo - singing satirical songs against the Italians during the Greek-Italian War (28 October 1940-23 April 1941), she became the voice of the people. Her songs of that time are taught at schools allover Greece.

Sofia Vembo - singing satirical songs against the Italians during the Greek-Italian War (28 October 1940-23 April 1941), she became the voice of the people. Her songs of that time are taught at schools allover Greece.

This is Roza Eskenazi she was a Jewish-Greek...

This is Roza Eskenazi she was a Jewish-Greek...

Soteria Bellou - rembetika singer - Greece

Soteria Bellou - rembetika singer - Greece

Maria Farantouri  ( 1947).  She is a Greek singer and also a political and cultural activist. She has collaborated with prominent Greek composers such as Mikis Theodorakis, who wrote the score for Pablo Neruda's Canto General, which Farantouri performed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJDhgTREtqw

Maria Farantouri ( 1947). She is a Greek singer and also a political and cultural activist. She has collaborated with prominent Greek composers such as Mikis Theodorakis, who wrote the score for Pablo Neruda's Canto General, which Farantouri performed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJDhgTREtqw

Rebetiko singer Rosa Eskenazi (1890s-1980) #Greece

Rebetiko singer Rosa Eskenazi (1890s-1980) #Greece

bellou_2 The most notorious rebetisa of all time is Sotiria Bellou, a wild woman by anyone’s estimation; she was openly bi-sexual in Greece in the 1920′s ( unheard of at the time), loved to gamble, fought in the streets for civil rights and ended her first marriage by throwing acid into her husband’s face.

bellou_2 The most notorious rebetisa of all time is Sotiria Bellou, a wild woman by anyone’s estimation; she was openly bi-sexual in Greece in the 1920′s ( unheard of at the time), loved to gamble, fought in the streets for civil rights and ended her first marriage by throwing acid into her husband’s face.

Dora Stratou (1903–1988): a significant contributor to Greek Folk Dancing & Music. She issued one of the largest series of folk music in the world. She founded the Greek Dances-Dora Stratou Society. She maintained a record of traditions, recorded music, filmed dancers, interviewed villagers on dance, costumes, etc. She established a living museum, The Greek Dances Theatre in Athens. whose group performs the Greek dances as they were done centuries ago with the authentic traditional costumes.

Dora Stratou (1903–1988): a significant contributor to Greek Folk Dancing & Music. She issued one of the largest series of folk music in the world. She founded the Greek Dances-Dora Stratou Society. She maintained a record of traditions, recorded music, filmed dancers, interviewed villagers on dance, costumes, etc. She established a living museum, The Greek Dances Theatre in Athens. whose group performs the Greek dances as they were done centuries ago with the authentic traditional costumes.

Rita Abatzi Born  Smyrna 1914 - Died Athens 1969  began her singing career during the early 1930's. Rita sang Smyrneika, dimotika, and rebetika.Along with Roza Eskenazi, she was the number one female star on Greek 78 r.p.m. recordings during the decade until 1940. She worked with all the leading composers of the era -   Her sister, Sofia Karivali, enjoyed a brief career as a singer

Rita Abatzi Born Smyrna 1914 - Died Athens 1969 began her singing career during the early 1930's. Rita sang Smyrneika, dimotika, and rebetika.Along with Roza Eskenazi, she was the number one female star on Greek 78 r.p.m. recordings during the decade until 1940. She worked with all the leading composers of the era - Her sister, Sofia Karivali, enjoyed a brief career as a singer

Marika Ninou Born Causasus 1918 - 1956 Marika came to Athens around the end of 1947, where she appeared as part of a nightspot act, doing acrobatic turns with her husband and small son. In October 1948 Stellakis Perpiniadis engaged her to sing with him at the 'Florida' on Leoforos Alexandras.She next appeared with Vasilis Tsitsanis at 'Fat Jimmy's. Her singing career continued as she made 78 r.p.m. recordings with composers including Tsitsanis, Manolis Hiotis ...

Marika Ninou Born Causasus 1918 - 1956 Marika came to Athens around the end of 1947, where she appeared as part of a nightspot act, doing acrobatic turns with her husband and small son. In October 1948 Stellakis Perpiniadis engaged her to sing with him at the 'Florida' on Leoforos Alexandras.She next appeared with Vasilis Tsitsanis at 'Fat Jimmy's. Her singing career continued as she made 78 r.p.m. recordings with composers including Tsitsanis, Manolis Hiotis ...

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