Σήκω αγαπημένη μου και σήκω καναριά μου,
από τα ξένα έρχομαι ν’ ακούσεις τη λαλιά μου.
Κέρκυρα, Επτάνησα

005. James Symbouras en

Music Collaboration

The Research Centre for Greek Singing has recorded with its polyphonic vocal ensemble a Epirotic polyphonic folk song for the sound & performance art project "Aural Mimetics" by the artist James Simbouras. "Aural Mimetics" is an art-project accomplished through visualization of sound as an effect on the body, when interpreting a Epirotic polyphonic song. The recorded song is: Klain' oi petres ta litharia.

 

SOUND RECORDING

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Music Archive: Research Centre for Greek Singing [ER.K.E.T.]
Research, Scholar Supervision & Music Conductor: Vivi G.. Kanellatou
Recording Studio: ER.K.E.T. Studio

"Kerantzides" Polyphonic Vocal Ensemble: partis: Vivi G. Kanellatou, gyristis & richtis: Christodoulos Papastathis, prologistis & klostis: Nikos Katsaros, isokrates: Christine Vassalou, Zanin Byatt, Sofia Mpoumpa, Electra Oikonomidou.

Recordings Period: 04.2014 - 05.2014

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