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Greek Guitar Music: Tzortzinakis - Fampas - Theodorakis - Hadjopoulos - Mavroedes - Harizanos - Bogris - Athanassakis

Eva Fampas

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Four Greek Images  
1.1
I. Sea Song
Kyriakos Tzortzinakis; Eva Fampas
1:56
1.2
II. Field Song
Kyriakos Tzortzinakis; Eva Fampas
1:03
1.3
III. Mountain Song
Kyriakos Tzortzinakis; Eva Fampas
1:15
1.4
IV. Village Song
Kyriakos Tzortzinakis; Eva Fampas
1:26
1.5
Vals
Dimitris Fampas; Eva Fampas
2:51
Three Greek Dances  
1.6
Sousta
Dimitris Fampas; Eva Fampas
4:27
Politeia (Republic)  
1.7
Mother and Virgin (arr. by D. Fampas for guitar)
Mikis Theodorakis; Eva Fampas
2:03
Epitafios (arr. by Y. Iliopoulos for guitar)  
1.8
III. A Day in May
Mikis Theodorakis; Eva Fampas
2:19
1.9
V. You were Good
Mikis Theodorakis; Eva Fampas
3:14
Three Greek Sketches  
1.10
I. Palaiogenes
Kostas Hadjopoulos; Eva Fampas
1:55
1.11
II. Insistence on a Colour
Kostas Hadjopoulos; Eva Fampas
1:12
1.12
III. Motion
Kostas Hadjopoulos; Eva Fampas
1:13
1.13
The Journey
George Mavroedes; Eva Fampas
5:14
The Seascape No. 2  
1.14
Wreck in the living-room
George Mavroedes; Eva Fampas
2:45
1.15
Polychordon, Op. 86
Nickos Harizanos; Eva Fampas
2:38
2 Ballads and Dance, Op. 112  
1.16
Ballad No. 1
Nickos Harizanos; Eva Fampas
2:37
1.17
Ballad No. 2 and Dance
Nickos Harizanos; Eva Fampas
3:01
1.18
Waltz
Minas Bogris; Eva Fampas
4:24
Suite No. 4, "Greek Suite"  
1.19
I. The Country of Centaurs
Dimitris Fampas; Eva Fampas
3:52
1.20
II. Tsamikos Dance
Dimitris Fampas; Eva Fampas
4:13
1.21
III. Ravines
Dimitris Fampas; Eva Fampas
4:08
1.22
IV. Syrtaki Dance
Dimitris Fampas; Eva Fampas
4:30
1.23
Taygetus Mountain
Nikos Athanassakis; Eva Fampas
1:49
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:05
Influenced by Andrés Segovia, guitar music in Greece saw its heyday in the 1950s. Soloist Eva Fampas is the daughter of Dimitris Fampas, a leading figure who was taught by Segovia and helped create a globally admired school of playing which has nourished generations of musicians. The music on this 2014 album is representative of the new generation of Greek guitarist-composers, with national sounds and rhythms easily recognised in works such as Kyriakos Tzortzinakis’s vividly descriptive Four Greek Images and Taygetus, dedicated to Fampas by its composer Nikos Athanassakis. Includes six world premiere recordings.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at GFS – PRO studio, Saint Dimitrios, Athens, Greece, on 12th March, 2013 (tracks 1-5, 10-12, 14, 16, 17), on 26th April, 2013 (tracks 6, 7, 13, 15, 19, 20), and on 18th June, 2013 (tracks 8, 9, 18, 21-23) Producer: Eva Fampas
Engineering and editing: Andreas Vaitoudis and George Flamouridis
Mixing and mastering: George Boussounis and George Ginis at Online Recording Masters
Publishers: Papagrigoriou-Nakas Music Publications (tracks 1-4, 6, 7, 10-12, 19-22); MEL BAY Publications, Inc. (track 5); Romanos Music
Publishers L.P. (tracks 8, 9): For publication by Les Productions d’OZ in Autumn/Winter 2014 (tracks 13, 14, 16-18, 23); Contemporary Music Research Centre, Greece (track 15)
Booklet notes: Yiorgos V. Monemvassitis
Cover photo: Annita Matzourani

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