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Kyriakides, Yannis

Yannis Kyriakides was born in Limassol, Cyprus in 1969, emigrated to Britain in 1975, and has been living in the Netherlands since 1992. He currently lives in Amsterdam with his ...

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Papagika : for voice, baglama (or other traditional instrument), 12 strings and electronics / Yannis Kyriakides

Publisher's number: 16962
Genre: Vocal music
Subgenre: Voice and large ensemble
Instruments: zang baglama 12str
Remarks: [146]. Commissioned by Ensemble Resonanz for "Derya's Songbook".
Duration: 8'00"
Number of players: 14
Year of composition: 2019
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Description:
Papagika is a free arrangement of the traditional Greek song: 'Τι σε μέλλει εσένανε' (Ti se mellei esenane). It was famously recorded by Marika Papagika in 1927 for Columbia Records in New York, where she had emigrated to in 1915. On the record the song is accompanied by violin, cello and cimbalom. The song itself comes from Smyrna/Izmir and became popular after the 1922 population exchange between Greece and Turkey where many Asia Minor Greeks migrated to mainland Greece or to the United States. There is no composer credited for the song.
Yannis Kyriakides

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