References

Ogdoo - http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

 "I'm sorry my City" in the Second Program and the "Voice of Greece"

http://www.ogdoo.gr

Ogdoo - http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

 The Ecumenical Patriarch "blesses" Manolis Mitsias' new album

The new album of Manolis Mitsias with compositions by Manolis Karpathios and lyrics by Costas Balachoutis entitled "Sorry My City" will be released shortly after Easter by Ogdoo Music Group.

http://www.ogdoo.gr

Ogdoo - http://www.ogdoo.gr

  Mitsias is recording songs for City (Constantinople)

Manolis Mitsias is recording at Odeon Studio a series of songs featuring Constantinople and the Bosphorus.

The music is signed by the craftsman and teacher of kanun Manolis Karpathios


http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

Ogdoo - http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

 

«Manedakia» and «Sabah» from «Night Parerga»


http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

Vukentra - http://vukentra.gr

 

 

Manolis Karpathios melodies Elias Voliotis - Kapetanakis (video)

http://vukentra.gr

 

 

 

Ogdoo - http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

Seminar of Greek Music - Traditional and Byzantine


http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

 

 

Rodiaki - http://www..rodiaki.gr

 

Loukoumades and pancake festival in Archipolis


http://www.rodiaki.gr

 

 

Ogdoo - http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

Songs of Constantinople and Ionia


http://www.ogdoo.gr

 

 

Patriarchal blessing

 

Patriarchal blessing

 

 

Romfea - http://www.romfea.gr/

 

Songs from Vasilida cities in Tinos

http://www.romfea.gr/

 

Pemptousia - http://www.pemptousia.gr/

 

Romans Composers Istanbul, the new cd of Romana

http://www.pemptousia.gr/

 

Antinews - http://www.antinews.gr/

 

Tradition time zero?

http://www.antinews.gr/

Does Anybody care about the Byzantine Music and Folk Song?

- George Naoum

- Gregory Ntaravanolgou

- Konstantinos Markos

- Manolis Karpathios

- George Pappas

A discussion on www.mousapolytropos.gr.

The "cicadas" of Tradition: BLISTER OF CULTURE 

Pemptousia - http://www.pemptousia.gr/

 

http://www.pemptousia.gr/

"Every September we remember Asia Minor 'Our pain cannot be described, cannot be written our sorrow ... "

Argolic News http://www.argolikeseidhseis.gr/

 

http://www.argolikeseidhseis.gr/

Argolida: Μemories awakened of Asia Minor in New Kio with the voice of Gregory Ntaravanoglou (video)

http://neotita.gr/

 

http://bit.ly/28VZfEB

MUSIC AND DANCE EVENT

SATURDAY 25th of JUNE 2016 AT 8:00 PM

In the courtyard of the Church of Ag. ELEFTHERIOU HALANDRIOU

Pemptousia - http://www.pemptousia.gr/

 

http://www.pemptousia.gr/

The eyes Yiallourika

Pemptousia - http://www.pemptousia.gr/

 

http://www.pemptousia.gr/

Twelve Days of Christmas songs in Athens

Hellas Force - http://hellasforce.com/

 

http://hellasforce.com

Classical Music of Constantinople in New Peramos– HellasForce

Rodos Report - http://rodosreport.gr/

 

http://rodosreport.gr/to-theio-pathos-mesa-apo-tin-paradosi/

 

A unique event with Byzantine music in Rhodes - Communication Sponsor Rodosreport

Paratiritis Argolida - paratiritis-news.com

 

http://www.paratiritis-news.com/?p=104654

 Music event co-organized by the Association of Chanters Argolis "James Nafpliotis" and the Development Company of the Municipality of Argos Mycenae (KEDAM)

"THE Lent" - Sarakostiana

Reference at Ogdoo - ogdoo.gr

http://www.ogdoo.gr

Reference at Rodiaki - rodiaki.gr

http://www.rodiaki.gr

Reference at Exapsalmos - exapsalmos.gr

http://www.exapsalmos.gr/

Reference at - cityofpetaloudes.gr



http://www.cityofpetaloudes.gr

Thank You by Sports - Cultural Association Karlobasoy Samos "IONIKOS"



Reference at ert--from  www.ert.gr


 

http://www.ert.gr/trito/index.php/teleytaia-nea-apo-to-trito/item/1647...

 

Reference at skai.gr--from  www.skai.gr


 

http://www.skai.gr/news/culture/article/205590/dodekaoro-me-mousiki-sto-mouseio-akropolis-/

 

Reference at enet.gr--from  www.enet.gr


 

http://www.enet.gr/?i=issue.el.home&date=15/04/2009&s=odhgos-gia-ekdhlwseis&c=texnes--politismos 

Reference at internet radio station FAROS--from  www.farosradio.gr

Invitation: "Byzantion. An unknows Anatolia". Wednesday 28th of March 2012 at 19.15

 

http://www.farosradio.gr/el/faros-news/item/2202-filologikos-syllogos.html

 

Traditional fragrance smells-from www.kathimerini.com.cy (Kathimerini, 04.08.2011)
With great success the individual in all respects, traditional Greek music seminar, held from 18 until 24 July, in specially designated areas of the hotel-camp of Kykkos Monastery, attracting many looks from the region.

The opportunity to broaden their horizons, and gain high-level musical performances were those who attended the first, on Cyprus' territory, traditional music workshop, hosted versions Maistor and cultural group of St. Mark with the kind support and hospitality of the Holy Kykkos Monastery and the audiences and Tillyrias Kykkos Bishop Nikiforos.

Eminent and distinguished musicians from Greece and Cyprus taught traditional instruments, Byzantine music and traditional music tragoudi.Epikefalis the scientific staff was Manolis Karpathios, one of the greatest virtuosos of traditional Greek music and who taught kanun.

With him on the Greek musicians Mitsios Costas, who taught oud, lute and bouzouki, Demetris Zachariou, who taught violin kemence, theory and practice of Byzantine music. Meanwhile, Michael Hadjimichael and Christos Georgiades Cyprus taught singing and Byzantine notation, respectively.

During the seminar, there were both theoretical and practical presentations rich delivery, with particular emphasis on the musical tradition and the "voices" of our Cyprus and in this part of some 40 musicians and students from Greece and Cyprus.

The methodology developed in the traditional music sessions, the aim was real understanding of the concept and philosophy of the Greek tradition, through the many aspects and expressions.

The seminar was held in collaboration with the Centre for Research and Promotion of the National Music Simon Karas, whose members are teachers.

Ligo meraki poli logiosuni - from Enet.gr -Eleftherotypia, Wednesday 15th of April 2009 )
KARPATHIOS: CLASSICAL MUSIC COMPOSERS OF ROME ISTANBUL PRODUCTION: Kathreftis

Manolis Karpathios presents seven works by Greek composers of Constantinople, who were active during the period from the 16th to the 20th century. It is known that in the realm of classical (scholarly), distinguished Ottoman music, except the Turks and many Greeks, Armenians, Jews and other composers. This is a music with very deep roots in centuries-old tradition of the eastern Mediterranean, is heir to the Byzantine and aravopersikis musical tradition. After the conquest of Constantinople by the music of the Turks, who had center-payments but Asian and Persian influences, accepts the strong influence of the three main ethnic groups in Istanbul: Greek, Armenian and Jewish. The influence of the music of these ethnic groups is due both to the same music of the Christian Church (from a theoretical, scientific, and artistic terms) and the fact that the places where the public could listen to music (the clubs) was in the hands of Greek , Armenians and Jews, and Turks were not able to shop owners to whom consumed alcoholic beverages. Throughout the period of Ottoman Greek music teacher, in addition to devotional music composition, wrote and secular works (external) music works then integrated into the social life of the Ottomans. Many Greeks have enriched the music of the Turks and contributed to the final form of the classical Ottoman music. Manolis Karpathios presented here works seven Greek composers of Constantinople, who were active during the period from the 16th to the 20th century: Pappas (16th), Angelis (17th), George (18th), Vassilakis (19th), Nikolakis (19th) and Newer Christos Kyriazis (? - 1914) and Alekos Batzanos (1888-1950). As far as I know (to compare) from other performances of works of music (both Greeks and Turks by musicians) the band played here shows not only good, but quite good performance technique and expressiveness, but without avoiding sometimes even an "academic" I would say, an academic flavor to his playing, a kind of reluctance in overturning a kathosprepismou attitude towards the idea of reading that, I assume, perhaps due to an overstatement of "logiosynis" of this music of its creators. In other words, sometimes disappears, or is missing, nothing more commonly called, meraklidiko playing, which of course is required or when playing folk or art music. Another point is, I believe it is the responsibility of the criticism is with regard to securities, in tropical and morphological identities of projects. For example, the title «Huseyni Pesrev» translated (if it can be considered a translation) to "organic synthesis at the side of the first sound of the soft diatonic." This c. .. Train title might say something to certain singers, or teachers of Byzantine music. For other listeners (musicians and non musicians) has no meaning. Leave that makam Huseyni not be "translated" naively into sound side of the first. The systems of the Arab makam and the sounds of Byzantine music is related, yet distinct, and to an extent not possible simplifications. Every musician who plays folk or popular music, knows that the makam, as a practical terminology is more familiar with the sound. Morphologically, finally, Pesrev (the pestrefi) is a specific form. It simply means "organic synthesis". Organic synthesis is also the agreement of the classical West.
FROM THE ONLINE MAGAZINE ROMFEA

The first seminar was hosted by the traditional music Kykkos Monastery
Friday, 05 August 2011
Written by Luke Panayiotou - 13.02

With great success the individual in all respects, traditional Greek music seminar, held from 18 until 24 July, in specially designated areas of the hotel-camp of Kykkos Monastery, attracting many looks from the region.
The opportunity to broaden their horizons, and gain high-level musical performances were those who attended the first, on Cyprus' territory, traditional music workshop, hosted versions Maistor and cultural group of St. Mark with the kind support and hospitality of the Holy Kykkos Monastery and the audiences and Tillyrias Kykkos Bishop Nikiforos.
Eminent and distinguished musicians from Greece and Cyprus taught traditional instruments, Byzantine music and traditional song.
Head of scientific musical staff was Manolis Karpathios, one of the greatest virtuosos of traditional Greek music and who taught kanun.
With him on the Greek musicians Mitsios Costas, who taught oud, lute and bouzouki, Demetris Zachariou, who taught violin kemence, theory and practice of Byzantine music. Meanwhile, Michael Hadjimichael and Christos Georgiades Cyprus taught singing and Byzantine notation, respectively.
During the seminar, there were both theoretical and practical presentations rich delivery, with particular emphasis on the musical tradition and the "voices" of our Cyprus and in this part of some 40 musicians and students from Greece and Cyprus.
The methodology developed in the traditional music sessions, the aim was real understanding of the concept and philosophy of the Greek tradition, through the many aspects and expressions.
The seminar was held in collaboration with the Centre for Research and Promotion of the National Music Simon Karas, whose members are teachers.
VIΜAGAZINO  7th June 2009 - issue. 451

Manolis Karpathios with Fotini Darra and Pantelis Konstantinidis during rehearsal for the concert held in Istanbul on June 13, 2009
Article from the magazine "DODECANISOS", issue 1, 2010
Commendation to Manolis Karpathios from the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece signed by the Archbishop of Athens and Greece Christodoulos.
Honorary diploma by the Municipality of Megisti (Kastelorizo 1999)
Medal by the Municipality of Cyprus Larnaka
Medal by the Municipality of Symi 1998
Medal by the Municipality of Symi 2000
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