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

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

Soteria Bellou

Soteria Bellou

Γιάννης Παπαϊωάννου - Πριν το χάραμα 18/ 1/ 1914 - 03/ 08/ 1972

Γιάννης Παπαϊωάννου - Πριν το χάραμα 18/ 1/ 1914 - 03/ 08/ 1972

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

drapetsona 1922 - Google Search

drapetsona 1922 - Google Search

Rembetika: Significant Albums, Artists and Songs

Rembetika: Significant Albums, Artists and Songs

Roza Eskenazi Born in the late 19th c.in Constantinople, Roza began her performing career as a dancing girl. Details of her early life are somewhat obscured by the fact that she placed her date of birth in 1910 in a published interview [1982, R. Eskenazi] Her family moved to Thessaloniki when she was a small girl, and sometime later to Athens, certainly before the 1923 population exchange that resulted from the 1922 Asia Minor Disaster. Despite her family's strong disapproval she went…

Roza Eskenazi Born in the late 19th c.in Constantinople, Roza began her performing career as a dancing girl. Details of her early life are somewhat obscured by the fact that she placed her date of birth in 1910 in a published interview [1982, R. Eskenazi] Her family moved to Thessaloniki when she was a small girl, and sometime later to Athens, certainly before the 1923 population exchange that resulted from the 1922 Asia Minor Disaster. Despite her family's strong disapproval she went…

Τσιτσάνης, Νίνου, 1948-'52, τέσσερα δοξασμένα χρόνια !! Tsitsanis Ninos , '52 - 1948 , four glorious years !!

Τσιτσάνης, Νίνου, 1948-'52, τέσσερα δοξασμένα χρόνια !! Tsitsanis Ninos , '52 - 1948 , four glorious years !!

rebetiko

rebetiko

Roza Eskenazi

Roza Eskenazi


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greek manges

greek manges

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Zeibekiko dancer in a café. Piraeus. GREECE. 1953.

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Zeibekiko dancer in a café. Piraeus. GREECE. 1953.

Sofia Karivali Born in Smyrna in 1918, the young Sofia Karivali and her family landed on the shores of mainland Greece along with million-plus refugees who lost their homeland in the 1922 Asia Minor Catastrophe. They settled in Kokkinia, the refugee community that sprang up at the edge of Pireaus. In 1936 Sofia, married by now, began her singing career. Both she and her husband made a trip to Crete,

Sofia Karivali Born in Smyrna in 1918, the young Sofia Karivali and her family landed on the shores of mainland Greece along with million-plus refugees who lost their homeland in the 1922 Asia Minor Catastrophe. They settled in Kokkinia, the refugee community that sprang up at the edge of Pireaus. In 1936 Sofia, married by now, began her singing career. Both she and her husband made a trip to Crete,

Η ΘΡΥΛΙΚΗ ΤΕΤΡΑΣ ΤΟΥ ΠΕΙΡΑΙΑ. ΟΡΘΙΟΙ ΒΑΜΒΑΚΑΡΗΣ - ΔΕΛΙΑΣ ΚΑΘΙΣΤΟΙ ΠΑΓΙΟΥΜΤΖΗΣ ΚΑΙ ΜΠΑΤΗΣ

Η ΘΡΥΛΙΚΗ ΤΕΤΡΑΣ ΤΟΥ ΠΕΙΡΑΙΑ. ΟΡΘΙΟΙ ΒΑΜΒΑΚΑΡΗΣ - ΔΕΛΙΑΣ ΚΑΘΙΣΤΟΙ ΠΑΓΙΟΥΜΤΖΗΣ ΚΑΙ ΜΠΑΤΗΣ

Rebetiko

Rebetiko

Images for Various - Mortika (Recordings From A Greek Underworld)

Images for Various - Mortika (Recordings From A Greek Underworld)

Rembetiko (1983)

Rembetiko (1983)

Rembetiko (1983)

The Music Historically speaking the rhythms are Anatolian and Greek in their thrust, however one could make the case that certain hues and shades of regions as far as Egypt and The Middle East can be detected in some of the phonic components. In technical parlance there are over a dozen different keys that are used and these shift and change based upon the “makam“, a deep and ambling succession of notes whose denouement ends in the “road”.

The Music Historically speaking the rhythms are Anatolian and Greek in their thrust, however one could make the case that certain hues and shades of regions as far as Egypt and The Middle East can be detected in some of the phonic components. In technical parlance there are over a dozen different keys that are used and these shift and change based upon the “makam“, a deep and ambling succession of notes whose denouement ends in the “road”.

Rembetika: Significant Albums, Artists and Songs

Rembetika: Significant Albums, Artists and Songs

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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