Kallimopoulou, Eleni: Paradosiaká: Music, Meaning & Identity in Modern Greece (Ashgate Books) Hardback

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Catalogue No: 9780754666301

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Subtitle: SOAS Musicology Series

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Contents: Introduction; Part I The 1970s: Setting the Scene: History of ideas. A brief overview; Símon Karás and the chanting milieu; The Eastern instruments. Part II The 1980s: the Early Actors: Ross Daly; Dynámeis tou Aigaíou; Encounters with Turkish culture: Bosphorus, Ottoman urban music and the Romioí. Part III The 1990s: Indigenization and Professionalization: Music schools for secondary education; The younger generation. Part IV The 2000s: Inter-Connections: Portrait of a musician: Sofía Lampropoúlou; Paradosiaká and 'the world': international interfaces; In the Greek market; Epilogue: paradosiaká futures ; Bibliography; Discography; Index.