Όλη η γης είναι δεντρί κι ο κόσμος ο καρπός ντου,
κι ο Χάρος είν’ ο τρυγητής που παίρνει τον ανθό ντου.
Μήλος, Κυκλάδες

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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