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Its music was composed Greek Makis Vassiliadis.Greek lyrics written by
It was also sung by
Lydia as Den tha Zoume Aionia (Δεν θα Ζούμε Αιώνια).
Lydia (Yiota Lydia)( )( Panagiota Mandaraki() ,February 24, 1934 in Nea Ionia, Greece) is a Greek Laïko singer.
It was also sung by
Lydia as Ela gyfto m ela (Έλα γύφτο μ' έλα) Its music was composed Greek Kostas Virvos.Greek lyrics written by Stratos Attalides.
The song "Salma Ya Salama" has been performed by other artists, such as Haifa Wehbe, Alabina, Chantal Chamandy, Jean Michel Jarre,
Lydia, Ziynet Sali, Krum & Miro and WAMA. It was also sung by Atilla Taş as "Sallana Sallana" at his debut album, "Kırmızılım" ("My red" in Turkish) in 1998.
In the following years she continued to record albums and perform, such as her 2008 appearances with singers Andriana Babali and
Nega and at the "Αποθήκη του Μύλου" performance venue in Thessaloniki, with singer Glykeria, and, at the Polis Theatre with the band Trifono which specializes in tribute concerts of Greek traditional music.
(; born July 3, 1990 in Grevena, Greece) is a female professional volleyball player from Greece, who is a member of the Greece women's national volleyball team. At club level, she plays for Greek powerhouse Olympiacos Piraeus since July 2013.
Kalamaraki, originating from Athens, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of twenty-one. Appearing on the third of the eight blind auditions, she auditioned with "Me Ta Matia Kleista" originally by
Negka—with three coaches: Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi and Melina Aslanidou electing for her to join their teams; from which Kalamaraki selected Melina Aslanidou. During the battles, she performed "Ego Ki Esi" against Giorgos Pappas–with Melina crowning her as the winner. In the second live show, she performed "I Epimoni Sou" and ended up in the bottom three but was not saved by her coach along with Irwan Easty.
Panagiotis or Panayiotis (, ), "Παν" (all) "άγιος" (holy or saint) suffix "-της" (which can mean "of the"), is a common male Greek name. It derives from the Greek epithet Panagia or Panayia ("All-Holy") for the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus. The feminine form of the name is Panagiota or Panayiota (Παναγιὡτα). Both share the name day with Maria, Mario, Mary, Despoina (or Despina) and all their diminutives on the Dormition of the Theotokos on 15 August. There are many diminutives of Panagiotis such as Panos (Πάνος), Panagis/Panayis (Παναγής), Takis (Τάκης, from the diminutive Panagiotakis or Panayiotakis), Panikos (Πανίκος, in Cyprus), while Panagiota or Panayiota is commonly reduced to
or Yiota (Γιώτα).
The winter of 2006, her new album, “Sti leoforo tis Evas” (a.k.a. In Eve’s highway) brought about a new sound and Theodosia experimented once again with music and lyrics with the assistance in composition and orchestration of Paul Stefanidis. The sound, that she’s experimenting with, holds songs such as “Oriona”,”Sti leoforo tis Evas” (a.k.a. In Eve’s highway) and “Kato apo ti zoni” (a.k.a. Under the belt) where Theodosia raps. “Pios ise esi pou me kitas” (a.k.a. Who are you that looking at me) is the song that made the album well-known with the lyrics of
Davlara. The experimenting and the innovating approach are obvious in all of the ten compositions. The concept of a united idea, that is to say the internal, feminine search of self-knowledge and sentimental justice, is extremely apparent in the ballad “Thelo na se do” (a.k.a. I want to see you), “Ela” (a.k.a. Come on) and “Take me with you”.
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