Synonyms for hronia or Related words with hronia

erotas              chronia              einai              agapo              mazi              eimai              apopse              nihta              tragoudia              stin              tragoudi              nychta              megales              pethaino              koritsia              nyhta              stigmi              meni              paidi              stigmes              epitihies              asteri              agapis              agapes              erota              nisam              poios              mousiki              gynaikes              kardia              agapisa              kosmou              eheis              tipota              kardias              tragouda              ksana              leipei              psihi              oneira              treli              simera              fotia              krelani              perimeno              senane              galazio              giati              thelei              stous             



Examples of "hronia"
All tracks are traditional songs of Cyprus, except for "Eikosi Hronia" written by Antros Papapavlou & Andreas Parashos.
Vissi sung her own songs "Sta Hronia Tis Ipomonis", "As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi" and "Dodeka" as well as the songs "Hrisoprasino Fillo" and "To Yiasemi".
A remake of the Rebetiko song "Pente Hronia Dikasmenos (I Foni Tou Argile)", originally recorded in 1936 by Vangelis Papazoglou, appears on the album as "Pente Hronia Dikasmenos" produced and remixed by Matheos Sprague. Vissi's rendition presents a fusion of vintage Greek urban folk music, or rebetiko, with contemporary urban music by including English language R&B and rapping elements. Argile is Greek for hookah, while the featured rappers also refer to smoking with a hookah pipe.
Hilia Hronia (Greek: "Χίλια Χρόνια"; English: "A thousand years") is the name of the fourth studio album by Greek musical group C:Real. The album was released in 2004 by Sony BMG Greece in Greece and Cyprus.
December 31 brought the release of the reissue of 18 Hronia Live, after a second decision was passed by Sony BMG to include a track listing at the back of the album cover.
"Hronia Polla" (Greek: "Χρόνια Πολλά"; English: "For Many More Years" (literally) used also as "Happy Birthday" or, in this case, "Happy New Year") is a single by popular Greek singer Sakis Rouvas from the album "To Hrono Stamatao", released in December 2004 in Greece and Cyprus by Minos EMI as a promo single.
In 2004, Andriana was nominated for the 'Arion Awards' (Greece's most popular Music Awards) in the category for 'Best New Artist' and 'Best Female Pop Singer'. That same year, she appeared on Stefanos Korkolis's album 'Anemoptero' singing the title song, and on Kostas Livadas's 'Ti Hronia Ki Afti', singing 'Mia Mera Emine Akoma'.
Ta Prota Hronia (Greek: "τις πρώτες φορές"; ) is a compilation album by the popular Greek artist Peggy Zina. It was released in 2005 by Sony BMG Greece and includes the songs of her first two albums: "Peggy Zina" and "Anevaines", which are part of the BMG Greece back catalogue.
18 Hronia Live (; ), also referred to as 18XL, is a live album by popular Greek singer Katy Garbi recorded and released in 2007 by Sony BMG Greece. The album is her first live album; a double disk compilation of songs performed during a special charity concert held in Egaleo, Greece.
Garbi embarked on an eight-concert mini-tour in North America along with husband Dionysis Schinas and Christos Pazis. Appearances included Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto, Astoria, Washington DC, Vancouver, Boston, and Tampa. After her North America tour, Garbi went back to Greece where a party was held in celebration of her 20 years in the music industry and also for the gold certification of "18 Hronia Live" on March 11, 2008.
In October 2004, C:Real released their fourth studio album titled "Hilia Hronia" (A thousand years). The album featured a more "western" sound and contained 12 tracks. One of the tracks featured fellow Greek singer Giannis Vardis and was named "Etsi Kanoun Oi Kardies". In December 2005, the album was re-released with the addition of two new songs: "Etsi M'Aresei Na Zo" (That's how I like to live) and "Meine Dipla Mou" (Stay next to me) with the first becoming a radio hit.
"Thelo" (Greek: "Θέλω"; ) is a song by Greek singer Despina Vandi. On October 10, 2007 (10/10), Despina released the song simultaneously on all radio stations and TV stations across Greece at 10 AM. It marked her 10th anniversary of collaborating with the composer Phoebus. The song topped Nielsen's Radio Airplay chart for 8 consecutive weeks in Greece. It is the first single released from the album "10 Hronia Mazi".
On June 24, 2008, the album was repackaged with the title 10 Hronia Mazi: It's Destiny as one disc. The repackaged version includes the song "Destiny" by Schiller featuring Despina Vandi that was composed by Phoebus. The one-disc repackage version features all the songs from the original first and second discs, excluding all the remixes (with the exception of "Ta Lefta" (Remix)) and disc three.
On 24 June 2008, the album " Deka Hronia Mazi" was repackaged with the title "", including the song "Destiny" by Schiller featuring Despina Vandi. Two more singles were released: "I Gi Ki I Selini" and "Tha Thela"; the music video for the first was her performance at the MAD Awards, while the video for the latter was the live performance of the song at the "Love Radio" party which took place on 12 May 2008.
The album "10 Hronia Mazi" was released 6 December 2007 on three discs featuring fifteen new songs. The album achieved platinum certification in the first week. It sold 30 thousand copies, becoming Vandi' s lowest selling album for over a decade. During the winter season 2007–08 Vandi collaborated with Vasilis Karras at Diogenis Studio. On 6 March 2008, Vandi released the third single from the album, titled "Agapi" (Love). The single was on the MAD TV Charts for six weeks with one week at number one. On 24 April 2008, the fourth single titled "Fantasou Apla" (Simply imagine) was released.
In the end of 2008, Vandi began an international tour and on 10–12 October she performed three sold-out concerts in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide. She later performed in charity concerts in Cyprus, where she was awarded the platinum award for her album 10 Hronia Mazi in Cyprus, after she had already received the platinum certification for the sales of the album in Greece. On 15–24 May 2009, she performed in a five venue tour of the United States and Canada. Following her tour in America, she collaborated with Goin' Through for a lengthy tour throughout Greece.
The lead single "1988 Ki Akoma S' Agapo" was well received by radio stations, rising to the top of the charts. The song is considered a classic Greek ballad and a pop standard. After the release of other top 5 singles, the song "Ta Mathitika Hronia" was released. It became a big hit and remains one of Vissi's most recognizable songs from the 80's. Another hit from the album was "Ta Koritsia Einai Atakta". Later that year, Vissi started a popular radio program named after that song, receiving critical acclaim. The radio program lasted until 1992.
The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on December 22, 2008 and serves as the return of new material for Katy Garbi after two years following her 2006 release of "Pos Allazei O Kairos". Succeeding her 2007 two-disc live album "18 Hronia Live", the 10-track album "Kainourgia Ego" will be Garbi's final release on her current contract with Sony BMG, which in total has spanned 19 years as of 2008. It was originally planned for the album to be re-released with additional tracks, however, Garbi decided on releasing a full-length studio album instead.
On 10 October 2007 (10/10) Vandi released her new single "Thelo" (I Want) simultaneously on all radio and TV stations across Greece at 10 am. It marked her 10-year anniversary of collaborating with Phoebus. The song reached the top of the Nielsen's Radio Airplay chart for Greece for six consecutive weeks. The second single from the album and the title track "10 Hronia Mazi" (10 Years Together), a rock ballad celebrating the 10-year collaboration with Phoebus, was released on 16 November 2007.
In 2000, his personal album “Milao Hronia” was in the stores (music by Vaso Alagianni and lyrics by Nikos Moraitis). The year 2001 was a decisive year in his career because he met the great Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis who proposed to revise and perform together one of his most important works: “To Tragoudi tou Nekrou Adelfou”. This particular work had been sung for first time in 1961 by Grigoris Mpithikotsis but was never completed as due to the political situation at that time some songs had been censored. For this work the great composer decided -after 17 years of absence from studios- to get back to work and lead “The Popular Orchestra Mikis Theodorakis”. Some months later a new Dimitris Mpasis’ album followed. Its title was “I Agapi Ine Fotia” and its songs were mostly remakes of Mikis Theodorakis love songs.