Matia Vourkomena - Unknown Artist - The Music Of Greece (CD, Album)

31.10.2019
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  • Various Artists - Greek Love Songs music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. Matia Vourkomena (with Stafros Ksarhakos) 6: Kokkino Garifalo (with Nikos Ignatiadis) 7: Greek Love Songs CD music Other Ideas. Other Ideas. Marcos Miranda Duja () Other Ideas. Kites Sail High.
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  • Various Artists - Greatest Songs Ever: Greece - akikuscofymdagdathis.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Matia Vourkomena by Grigoris Bithikotsis, Viki Mosholiou 4. Jamaica by Giannis Kalatzis I was anticipating an albu of high quality traditional Greek music, This album was very uninspird and actually rather boring. Terribly disappointing/5(6).
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  • While there is no artist or background information included, this single disc is a pleasant collection showcasing that most distinctive of Greek instruments. While the recordings vary in quality, some crisper, some overproduced, the overall package is a nice representation of Greek folk music.
  • May 19,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Greek - Greece Holiday by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  • Nov 27,  · Performed on November 23, at the Musical Tribute to Nikos Gatsos, at the Stathakion Center in Astoria NY, with Elena Toumaras, Grigoris Maninakis and the Mikrokosmos Ensemble. See more of.
  • Complete with an eggplant on the cover, Greatest Songs Ever: Greece is a compilation of both folk and pop music that reflects Greece's place in the world. Stamatis Kokotas' "Stou Profiti Ilia" sounds like any Western European pop song from the '60s, while Giannis Kalatzis' "Jamaica" has clear Eastern European influences. Kalatzis also has another track included, "Delfini Delfinaki," as does.

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