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Examples of "korkolis"
All tracks of the album are arranged by Stefanos Korkolis.
AleAda () is Linda's sixth studio album (fifteenth overall), released in Russia on October 16, 2006. "AleAda" was recorded in Cyprus along with Greek producer Stefanos Korkolis. The title, "AleAda", was an amalgamation of Linda's mother's name, Alexandra, and Korkolis' mother's name, Ada.
Korkolis composed "The Hymn of Special Olympics", in 1997 and which was first performed at the 1999 Special Olympics World Summer Games in North Carolina, USA.
Mehri Edo (Greek: "Μέχρι Εδώ"; ) is the fifth studio album released by Greek singer, Chrispa. It was released in Greece and Cyprus on October 6, 2009 by Minos EMI and includes eleven tracks in total. Nine of the tracks are new and composed by Stefanos Korkolis, with lyrics by Rebecca Roussi, while there are two covers: the classic Korkolis tracks "Fovithikes" with lyrics by Rebecca Roussi and "Parakseni Agapi" with lyrics by Anta Douka.
In 2003, he performed with Dulce Pontes in the Opera of Bratislava, as an official guest of Jorge Sampaio, during his visit in Slovakia. Following the performance Korkolis was awarded with a medal.
Fans have speculated that the "скор" ("skor") may be stand for "С. Кор" ("S. Kor"), an acronym for Stefanos Korkolis' name, a person whom she is very close to.
Stefanos Korkolis (; born 12 September 1960) is a Greek composer and pianist. He was born in Athens and grew up in Patissia. He is a nephew of renowned Greek composer Mimis Plessas.
Linda () is a stage name for Svetlana Lvovna Geiman (; born 29 April 1977, Kentau, Kazakh SSR, USSR), a Russian singer. Her style incorporates trip hop, electronic and ethnic music. Since January 2012, she has been married to Greek composer Stefanos Korkolis.
On October 6, 2009, Chrispa released her fifth studio album, titled "Mehri Edo". It included eleven new tracks composed by Stefanos Korkolis, with lyrics by Rebecca Roussi. It was reported that Chrispa had expressed dissatisfaction with her label's lack of promotion of the album, and as a result, considered prematurely exiting her contract with Minos EMI.
During the Winter of 2004-2005, she performed alongside George Dalaras. In May 2005 she released her second studio album 'Min Pis Pote', following a new contract with Minos EMI. This album was repackaged in February 2006 featuring a new song by Stefanos Korkolis (music) and (lyrics) which was used in a popular TV advertisement.
Skor-Piony (;Scorpions or Scor-Peonies) is Linda's seventh studio album (sixteenth overall), released in Russia on March 28, 2006. "Skor-Piony" was the second album to be recorded with legendary Greek producer Stefanos Korkolis. The album presents an overall harder and more varied sound than the previous "AleAda".
Gia proti fora (Greek: "Για πρώτη φορά"; ) is the name of a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. The album is entirely composed Stefanos Korkolis, with lyrics by Anta Douka, Philippos Grapsas and Panos Falaras. It was released on May 27, 1997 in Greece and Cyprus by BMG Greece. This album was issued in mono and stereo. The stereo version of this album was released on CD at the same time.
"“AleAda is a word from Stefanos Korkolis' and my language. The album deals with people very close to us. Analogous to the name is the word "infinity" - the cardiogram of heart, which is always beating and always bears its message for each person. "AleAda" can be considered the catalyst that one aspires to achieve internal harmony within; one who knows what warmth, love, and a mother is.”
From the age of 17 and for 11 years, he was known as "... the French pianist Korkolis, of Greek nationality...". He attended seminars on chorus direction and instrumentation by Vladimir Horowitz, Yvonne Lefébure and others. During that period he composed music for theatrical and cinematic productions. Eleven years later he abandoned classical music which resulted in the revocation of his scholarship. As a composer and a director, he started releasing independent records some of which reached the status of gold.
After many appearances in Thessaloniki, in 1995 Antonis Remos had his first live appearance in Athens. He performed live next to famous artists, such as Dimitris Mitropanos, Stefanos Korkolis and Marios Tokas. This same year he signed his first contract with Sony Music Greece, planning to release his first album. The first album which was released in 1996 and was titled after his name, became platinum in a few months. In April 1998, his second album, "Kairos Na Pame Parakato" ("Time to Move On") was released. For the first time, some of the most-prestigious Greek composers had given their songs to Antonis Remos, and for a second time in a row, the album gained platinum status.
The original release date had been set at November 13, but the album's release was delayed until the 18th. The album represents Remos' collaboration with numerous established Laika and Greek pop songwriters, as well as other songwriters. Prominent singer-songwriter Antonis Vardis is the chief music composer of the album with seven tracks and with lyrics by Vasilis Giannopoulos, including the first single "Pote". Stefanos Korkolis has composed the music along with lyrics by Nikos Moraïtis to two songs. "Den Iparhi Meta" is a cover with Greek lyrics of the French song "Une Femme A Qui L'On Ment" sung by Chimène Badi. Other music composers include: Christos Dantis, Apostolis Valaroutsos, Harry Varthakouris, Kostas Baltazanis, and Kiriakos Papadopoulos; other lyricists include: Nikos Gritsis, Mirto Kontova, Antonis Andrikakis, Kiriakos Papadopoulos, Apostolis Valaroutsos, Harry Varthakouris, and Nikos Sarris. Remos spent a long time in studio sifting through many songs to choose for his upcoming studio release. Sfera radio station was the main sponsor of the album.
Some of the well-known Greek supporters and remarkable personalities of Greek immigrand music art in America are: Stamatis Spanoudakis, Nana Mouskouri, Maria Farantouri, Marinella, Yanni, Mikis Theodorakis, Vicky Leandros etc. and remarkable composers and pianists such as Manos Loïzos and Stefanos Korkolis. Until the 1930s the Greek discography was separated by two musical genres: the Greek folk music and the "Elafró tragoudi" (literally: "light song"). The latter was made by ensembles of singers/musicians or solo artists like Attik and Nikos Gounaris. It was the Greek version of the international popular music of that era. In the 1930s the first rebetiko recordings had a massive impact on Greek music in America. The tradition of eastern liturgical chant, encompassing the Greek-speaking world, developed in the Byzantine Empire from the establishment of its capital, Constantinople.
Giannis Savidakis, who represented Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, and Theoharis Ioanidis, an actor who made his singing debut on Mega Channel's celebrity reality singing contest "Just the Two of Us" in 2010, were two of the most vocal acts to speak out. Both were on ERT’s initial shortlist, with them having self-confirmed their bids days prior through the media, although both were ultimately cut. Savidakis criticized ERT's open call, stating that the broadcaster was vague in its criteria for a prospective entry and questioned why ERT did not give him a reason for his cut. Ioanidis also criticized ERT's decision, with Ioanidis' manager, Ilias Psinakis—who also managed pop-stars and former national final participants Sakis Rouvas and Kostas Martakis in the past—stating his belief that the public should be the ones to decide who is right to fill the role. Psinakis also claimed that Stefanos Korkolis was to be the author of Ioanidis' prospective entry, while he blamed politics for playing a role in the rejection, as he is a member of rival political party Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS). On 15 January 2011, LAOS MP Georgios Anatolakis brought up the issue in the Hellenic Parliament, asking the Minister of Culture Pavlos Geroulanos, who helps oversee ERT, for clarifications on Ioanidis' and Savidakis' rejections.
Rouvas returned to Greece, ready to re-launch his career, and started to look for a new record deal after his record company (Universal Music - Polygram at that time)didn't seem to be in favour of a new released album. Makis Matsas,CEO of Minos-Emi Greece along with one of his A&R manager, Vangelis Yannopoulos, take the odds and signed the artist. The first difficulty that Vangelis Yannopoulos had in front of him was to convince composers and lyricists to work on Sakis Rouvas' new release. Well-known composer Phoebus was approached and declined. Then came the idea to fight back the Cypriot problem with a ... Cypriot composer. Vangelis worked a lot in that period with Giorgos Theofanous whom he had produced some golden albums with (Evridiki). After having obtained the "go on", he then turned to another Vangelis (Konstantinidis), a well-known lyricist he had also worked with on other golden albums by proeminent Greek artists (Dantis, Stefanos Korkolis, etc.). Konstantinidis was hesitant due to the negative image that had been associated with Rouvas and delayed his response. Konstantinidis stated that Yannopoulos had called him for a final time and asked ""Do you want to or not, Vangeli?"", which the lyricist claimed was the inspiration for his first hit with Rouvas. Rouvas' collaboration with Konstantinidis would continue on to future albums (with songs like "Andexa" - an hymn and another production of Vangelis Yannopoulos, and composed by newcomer Stratos Diamandis - a sound engineer assistant on this single), also achieving success, while the release of the single would begin his collaboration with rock/folk singer Stelios Rokkos, who wrote the song "Tha Mou Pari Kairo". Rokkos came to work for this album as a good friend of Sakis, and declared himself to be a big supporter of Rouvas, as he constantly promoted him during his time of receiving very harsh treatment by the media.