Odeon of Herodes Atticus 2001: A concert for children where 12 groups sang, danced and played traditional games
The May Μonth
Songs for Spring, from our Music Archive
O April, April, Cool and Fresh (Central Greece), The May Μonth (Propontis), It's in May the Partridge Sings (Sporades), May is Come (Cyclades), Kalafatiko (Central Greece), You, My Little Roses (Epirus).
The masterpiece of the Byzantine music tradition, the Troparion of Kassiani and the Akolouthia (Service) of Matins on Holy Wednesday, sung by Yiorgos Remoundos and his choir, ‘The Kalophonarides’ ('The Fine Vocalists').
The retelling of fine, magnificent, heroic deeds from the past has always been, for all the nations of the world, the thread they follow to their future and the weft of which this future is woven. Austere and Doric, as stern as the heroes they describe, the songs called Historic could function as chronicles, bu...
The Great North Wind and other traditional songs for children
Double CD and DVD includes booklet in Greek and English
Dedicated to the kids, for their initiation in traditional music since as time goes by these nice songs gradually disappear. This collection is a good companion to those who want to offer their children a hint of another yet magical world, which is touching us like a cool refreshing breeze.
Musicologist and researcher of the Greek music tradition and heritage
Simon Karas (1903-1999) was a musicologist and researcher of the Greek music tradition and heritage. His lifelong research is considered by many as a key factor in the preservation of traditional music, which he recorded throughout Greece.
He was born in 1903 in the village of Lepreon (former Strovitsi), of th...