Synonyms for mousiki or Related words with mousiki

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Examples of "mousiki"
"Mala: I Mousiki Tou Anemou" (; ) is a single by Anna Vissi from the original soundtrack , released in 2002 by Sony Music in Greece and Cyprus.
In 2014 he wrote and directed 12 episodes of the music documentary series “Mousiki Pantou” () which was transmitted on Greek Public Television NERIT and gained positive reviews from the media.
In June 2003, Olympiou started her cooperation with Michalis Hatzigiannis with the CD single "Vale Mousiki" with music by Hatzigiannis and lyrics by Eleana Vrachali. The album included a duet with Hatzigiannis, ""Na 'soun allios"", which was very successful. A year later the CD became platinum.
Eisai I Mousiki Mou (Greek: Είσαι η Μουσική Μου; English language: You're My Music) is the second studio album by Greek pop singer Natalia. It was released in November 2005. A second version of the album adapted to the Turkish music market titled "You're My Music / Sen Bana Şarkılar Söylettin" was released in 2006.
2007: At the occasion of the anniversary of the “Apostoliki Diakonia”, Nehme was invited as a guest of honor to a major concert with the Philharmonic National Orchestra of Greece conducted by Kalkhanis Eleotherios at the “Megaro Mousiki” – the palace of music in Athens. Greek stars were participating in the concert as well: Marita Paparizo,
Natalia Doussopoulos (), known professionally as Natalia, is a Greek pop singer. She was featured in several songs with the Turkish pop singer Mustafa Sandal including "Hatırla Beni" in 2000 and "Aşka Yürek Gerek" in 2003. Some of the songs in her most recent album, "Eisai I Mousiki Mou",were translated into Turkish and put into a second version of the album titled "You're My Music / Sen Bana Şarkılar Söylettin".
In fact, somewhat confusingly, from at least the 1950s, during which period rebetiko songs were not usually referred to as a separate musical category, but more specifically on the basis of lyrics, the term ""laïki mousiki"" (λαϊκή μουσική), or ""laïka"", (λαϊκα) covered a broad range of Greek popular music, including songs with bouzouki, and songs that today would without doubt be classified as rebetiko. The term in its turn derives from the word "laos" (λάος) which translates best as "the people".
Mala – I Mousiki Tou Anemou is the name of a Greek soundtrack album by singer Anna Vissi. Initially, a CD single of Mala was released in Greece and Cyprus, containing four tracks which went gold, and later the complete album of the soundtrack was released containing 27 tracks, all written and produced by Nikos Karvelas himself and the orchestration/instrumentation was done by Giorgos Niarhos. It reached Gold status in Greece, and Platinum status in Cyprus.
His albums "Kantata gia ti Makroniso" ('Cantata for Makronisos'), "Fouente Ovehouna" ('Fuenteovejuna'), "Troparia gia Foniades" ('Hymns for Murderers') and "Mousiki Praxi Ston Brecht" ('Musical Practice on Brecht') are characteristic of the climate of Metapolitefsi or Regime Change that was taking place in the period 1975-78. In particular, the 'Cantata for Makronisos', a pioneering piece in which Mikroutsikos experimented with atonality was extremely well received in international music festivals and an interpretation of particular note was recorded by Maria Dimitriadi.
It was late in the nineteenth century that the two ustads Abdul Karim Khan and Abdul Wahid Khan, also considered as the real founders of the gharana, revolutionized the very concept of khayal gayaki by introducing the vilambit or the slow tempo method to delineate the raga note by note known as the Khandmeeru. Abdul Karim Khan’s music was mesmerizing and never failed to have the entire audience in tears. He was truly a melifluity incarnate and his high pitched impeccable voice was often not discernable from the drone of his jora taanpuras. Abdul Waheed Khan’s music was more authoritative and he was known to be capable of performing a single raga for four or five hours together. He was conferred the title of, "sirtaaj-e-mousiki", meaning the crown of all musicians.
Chiotis was also a bold innovator, importing Latin and South American rhythms (such as flamenco, rumba, mambo etc.), and concentrating on songs in a decidedly lighter vein than the characteristic ambiance of rebetiko songs. Perhaps most significantly of all, Chiotis, himself a virtuoso not only on the bouzouki but on guitar, violin and oud, was responsible for introducing and popularizing the modified 4-course bouzouki ("tetrahordho") in 1956. Chiotis was already a seemingly fully-fledged virtuoso on the traditional 3-course instrument by his teens, but the guitar-based tuning of his new instrument, in combination with his playful delight in extreme virtuosity, led to new concepts of bouzouki playing which came to define the style used in "laïki mousiki" (laiko) and other forms of bouzouki music, which however could no longer really be called rebetiko in any sense.
In early 2002, Vissi starred in the musical "Mala – I Mousiki Tou Anemou", based on a true love story that took place during World War II in Auschwitz, between Mala Zimetbaum and Edward Galiñski. The play, which was staged at Pallas Theatre in Athens, it was written by Karvelas, directed by Giannis Kakleas and was accompanied by a symphony orchestra conducted by Giorgos Niarhos. "Mala" premiered on 19 January. The production and Vissi's performance was received tepidly by critics and its commercial performance was mediocre. The musical was shown on Mega Channel a year later. An album containing the songs performed at the play was also released and charted, reaching gold status in Greece and platinum in Cyprus.
The next phase of the rebetiko revival can be said to have started in the beginning of the 1970s, when LP reissues of 78 rpm recordings, both anthologies and records devoted to individual artists, began to appear in larger numbers. This phase of the revival was initially, and is still to a large extent, characterized by a desire to recapture the style of the original recordings, whereas the first phase tended to present old songs in the current musical idiom of Greek popular music, "laïki mousiki". Many singers emerged and became popular during this period. It was during the 1970s that the first work which aimed at popularizing rebetiko outside the Greek language sphere appeared and the first English-language academic work was completed.
In early 2007, Paparizou became the spokesperson for her previous sponsor, Nokia Greece, and released the song "Ola Ine Mousiki" in October 2007 for promotion. She collaborated with retailer Plaisio and released a limited edition MP4 player called "MP4 Total Helena" (2GB) by Turbo-X, which contained a special compilation and music videos, which were also released as "TH4" MP4 in 2008 along with her new album material and exclusive content. She released a cover of Blind Melon's "3 Is a Magic Number" in Sweden as part of a television advertisement for a mobile phone company; it peaked at number 18. Paparizou was featured on Greek television presenter Nikos Aliagas' song "I Zilia Monaksia"a cover of the Pascal Obispo hit "L'envie d'Aimer"for his album project "Rendez-Vous", and released the song "To Fili Tis Zois" for the soundtrack of the film of the same name. "To Fili Tis Zois" remained at number one for five weeks, becoming her most successful airplay single until 2011, and one of the most successful songs of the late 2000s. It was nominated for four MAD VMAs, winning Best Pop Video, and Paparizou won Artist of the Year for "Mazi Sou" and was nominated for "I Zilia Monaxia", making six nominations in 2008. The single became the first digital single to be certified Gold in Greece since the marketing trend had become popular in 2006.
Sharafat Hussain Khan was born at a small village called Atrauli in Uttar Pradesh in July 1930, to Ustad Liaquat Hussain Khan, a court musician in the erstwhile Jaipur State, and Alla Rakhi Beghum. From his father`s side, Sharafat was a descendant of Inayet Hussain Khan (1845–1936), founder of Atrauli Gharana, and from his mother`s side, of his maternal grandfather Mehboob Khan (Daras Piya). Mehboob Khan was also of the Atrauli Gharana, but his music was greatly influenced by the Rangile Gharana of his mother`s family, founded by Ramzan Khan (1759–1806). Many maestros from Atrauli have made their mark in the world of music. To name a few, Ustad Mehboob Khan of the Atrauli Gharana who have composed numarous Bandishes under the name ‘Daras Piya’, Ustad Alladiya Khan of Jaipur-Atrauli gharana and Ustad Vilayat Hussain Khan of Agra Gharana who has also composed music under the name ‘Pran Piya’. These and many other notable musicians had settled down in a locality in Atrauli called Mousiki Mohalla (Music Street). In early childhood, Sharafat was trained by his father. When Sharafat was only eight years old, his prodigious talent impressed the legendary Faiyaz Khan, who happened to be his maternal uncle, during one of his visits to Atrauli. The maestro, who had no sons, adopted Sharafat, and took him away forthwith to Baroda to groom him as his heir.