Synonyms for glykeria or Related words with glykeria

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Examples of "glykeria"
I Glykeria Tragoudai Antoni Vardi (Greek: "Η Γλυκερία Τραγουδάει Αντώνη Βαρδή"; English: "Glykeria sings Antonis Vardis") is a studio album by Greek artist Glykeria released in 1996 by Sony Music Greece. It was her first release on her 10-year contract with the company. The whole album is composed by Antonis Vardis, a famous Greek singer-songwriter and composer.
Listed below are the CD singles released by Glykeria.
This page includes the discography of singer Glykeria.
Collections of the "Rebetiki Tetras" (Glykeria, Agathonas Iakovidis, Babis Tsertos, Babis Goles)
There is also a Hebrew version of the song, "Irissim", that was sung by Ofra Haza. The Hebrew version has quite a different meaning from the Greek one, but as far as the sound of the words are concerned, there is much similarity. Ofra sung the song together with the Greek singer Glykeria, and Ofra sung the Hebrew version, the refrain was sung by Ofra and Glykeria together in Hebrew, and Glykeria sung the Greek version of the song.
Glykeria (born Glykeria Kotsoula, ; born 1953 in Agio Pnevma, Serres) is a Greek singer active in Greece and Cyprus, while also gaining fame in Israel, France, Turkey, Spain, and England. Her career has spanned over 30 years and is marked by several multi-platinum releases. On 14 March 2010, Alpha TV ranked Glykeria the third top-certified female artist in the nation's phonographic era (since 1960).
At the beginning of the 1980s, Glykeria released her first solo album, "Ta Smyrneika", a compilation album with traditional songs from Smyrna. During the following years, Glykeria performed at well-known clubs and bouzoukia, gaining momentum and many fans, and collaborating with other well-known singers, including George Dalaras.
In 2012 she performed a concert titled "Smirneiko Minore", with Glykeria and Dilek Koç. It was a tribute to the traditional music of Asia Minor.
Glykeria collaborated with world renowned composer Mikis Theodorakis on a two-disc album composed of songs written by the famed composer in 2008.
In 1982, she was selected to represent Greece in the Europalia '82 festival in Brussels, together with Sotiria Bellou, George Dalaras and Margarita Zorbala. The following year, Glykeria released her first official live concert "Omorfi Nyhta" and due to its massive success Lyra released her first live album, "I Glykeria Stin Omorfi Nyhta", which went on to break every musical sales record in Greece up to that point.
Vrohi Ton Asterion (Greek: "Βροχή Των Αστεριών"; ) is a studio album by Greek artist Glykeria. It was released on November, 2006 by Sony BMG Greece and also is her first studio album since the Gold 2004 release of "Aniksi".
Se Mia Schedia (Greek: "Σε Μια Σχεδία"; English: "On One Raft") is a studio album by Greek artist Glykeria. It was released in 1994 by the WEA Greece and was her last release with the music label.
Maska (Greek: "Μάσκα"; English: "Mask") is a successful studio album by Greek artist Glykeria. It was released in early 1998 by Sony Music Greece and comprises the previous single Anapnoi Anatoli. The album was certified Gold by IFPI Greece.
I Hora Ton Thavmaton (Greek: "Η Χώρα Των Θαυμάτων"; English: "The Land Of Miracles") is a studio album by Greek artist Glykeria. It was released in 1992 by the WEA Greece.
"Anapnoi Anatoli" (Greek: "Αναπνοή Ανατολή"; English: "Breaths from the east") is a popular CD single from popular Greek artist Glykeria. It was released in December 1997 by Sony Music Greece and was a precursor to her successful 1998 album "Maska".
Aniksi (Greek: "Άνοιξη"; English: "Springtime") is a successful studio album by Greek artist Glykeria. It was released in mid-2004 by Sony Music Greece. The album was certified Gold by IFPI Greece.
Ximerose (Greek: "Ξημέρωσε"; ) is a studio album by Greek artist Glykeria. It was released in 1991 by the WEA Greece and is composed by Christos Nikolopoulos and Lefteris Papadopoulos.
Glykeria began her career in 1974 working in the Athens Plaka music "boites" and gave performances with well-known artists, singing songs by M. Hadjidakis, M. Theodorakis, M. Loizos and others.
In 1999, she performed two concerts in Tel Aviv with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. A few months later the concert’s album was released and, immediately afterwards, "Glykeria and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra" was released throughout the world by Sony Classical.
She has sung in concerts in Greece and abroad (Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Cyprus, Israel and Turkey). Due to the successful concerts she gave in Israel she was proclaimed most popular foreign singer; the Mayor of Jerusalem awarded her the golden key of the city (1994). Three albums were released in Israel at the same time, all of them gold in a very short time: "Glykeria golden-hits", "Far away", "Glykeria – 14 classics", and her first album in France: "Golden hits – The voice of Greece".