Synonyms for tragoudi or Related words with tragoudi

agapo              erotas              einai              erota              tragoudia              stin              koritsi              mousiki              nihta              agapis              gemato              rantevou              kosmou              asteri              taxidi              kardias              apopse              megales              hronia              epitihies              koritsia              eimai              giati              stigmes              kalimera              agapes              agapisa              kardia              chronia              nyhta              ellada              poios              makria              gynaika              treli              voskopoulos              simera              feggari              koritsaki              stigmi              kokkino              diakopes              tragouda              karavi              apenanti              ximeroma              omorfo              oneira              paidi              paradisou             



Examples of "tragoudi"
In 2007 Vithos was featured on an episode of the ERT3 television series "O topos kai to tragoudi tou".
Homecoming Song (, translit. To tragoudi tis epistrofis) is a 1983 Greek drama film directed by Yannis Smaragdis. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival.
Since 2001 the singing collective “Μωσαϊκό” worked over the Byzantian liturgy and modern Greek songs in a genre λαϊκά (Laikó tragoudi).
Daskalogiannis was immortalized in several folk tales and songs, the most prominent of which is the celebrated epic ballad by Barba-Pantzelios, a poor cheese-maker from Mouri - "To tragoudi tou Daskalogianni" of 1786:
The Song of Pain (Greek: To tragoudi tou ponou) is a 1953 Greek romantic drama film directed by Dimis Dadiras and starring Inta Hristinaki, Malvina Kalvou and Stavros Xenidis.
Until the 1930s the Greek discography was dominated by two musical genres: the Greek folk music ("demotiká") and the "Elafró tragoudi" (literally: "light[weight] song"). The latter was represented by ensembles of singers/musicians or solo artists like Attik and Nikos Gounaris. It was the Greek version of the international popular music of the era. In the 1930s the first rebetiko recordings had a massive impact on Greek music. As Markos Vamvakaris stated ""we were the first to record laïká (popular) songs"". In the years to follow this type of music, the first form of what is now called "laïkó tragoudi", became the mainstream Greek music.
He has also participated in several albums such as, "Otan Simvi Sta Parix(when it will happen at the Perix)" by George Dalaras, recorded in 2007 at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, "San Tragoudi magemeno(like an enchanted song)" by George Dalaras, recorded in 2008 at the Concert Hall, "Afstiros Laikon(strictly folk)" by Manolis Lidakis, recorded in 2006, etc.
Me varka… to tragoudi (Greek: "Με βάρκα… το τραγούδι"; ) is the name of a live album by popular Greek singer Marinella. The concert was recorded at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens, on September 18, 1999. It was released on November 20, 1999 in Greece and Cyprus by BMG Greece and it went platinum seven months after its release, selling over 50,000 units.
Ena tragoudi ein' i zoi mou (Greek: "Ένα τραγούδι είν' η ζωή μου"; ) is a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. It was released on March 27, 1970 by PolyGram Records in Greece. This album was issued in mono and stereo. The stereo version of this album was released on CD in August, 1994 with six bonus tracks and new cover by PolyGram.
Christos Dantis (; born Christos Vlahakis, 26 September 1966), is a Greek multi-instrumentalist singer, songwriter, lyricist, and record producer best known for his hits such as "To Palio Mou Palto" and "Ena Tragoudi Akoma" and later for composing and co-writing the song "My Number One" for Elena Paparizou, winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 for Greece.
In April 1985, the release of the double-disk album "Tragoudi Aisthimatiko" brought to life some of Glykeria's biggest hits, like "Magisses", "Pentohiliara", "Ta Dahtilidia" and "Fantaraki", pointing the new artist to first place in the album sales of 1985 amongst national and international sales.
St. Hrysos in the newspaper "Ellinikos Voras" April 1, 1951 wrote: "The Lemos Theatrical Company is the best which recently visited as now in Thessaloniki. In "Nyftiako tragoudi", Lemos passed Veakis and functioned one strong Bali job, which not only touched otherwise he bring many practices and education that used for the working of that role"
She had numerous hits, including "Istoria Mou, Amartia Mou", "An Kano Atakti Zoi", "Aftos O Anthropos", "Paranomi Mou Agapi" and "Ena Tragoudi". On 14 March 2010, Alpha TV ranked Sakellariou the 17th top-certified female artist in the nation's phonographic era (since 1960).
Fountas attended the Dramatic School at the Athens Odeum. He played football for some years for AEK Athens FC. He appeared for the first time in the theatre in "Nyfiatiko tragoudi" ("Bridal Song") and his first film in 1944. He was awarded at the Thessaloniki Film Festival in 1966 and 1967 for his participation in his films "With the Shine in the Eyes" and "Fever on the Road".
The Parting Song (Greek:To tragoudi tou horismou) is a 1939 Greek drama film directed by Filopimin Finos and starring Evgenia Danika, Labros Konstadaras and Linda Miranda. It was the only film directed by Finos, better-known for running the production company Finos Films. The film was long thought to be lost after it was destroyed by the Germans during the Occupation of Greece, but a fragmented copy was discovered in Egypt.
When Isaac was killed, he left behind his pregnant wife. As a token of gratitude for his "services" to Greece, the Greek government decided to be the godparent of the yet unborn baby. When the baby girl was born, she was baptised Anastasia (after her father) by the then Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Theodoros Pangalos. The Greek singer Haris Alexiou has dedicated to her the song "Tragoudi tou Helidhoniou" (""Swallow's Song"").
After the 16th century, many Greek folk songs ("dimotika") were produced and inspired from the way of life of the Greek people, brigands and the armed conflicts during the centuries of Ottoman rule. Klephtic songs (Greek: Κλέφτικα τραγούδια), or ballads, are a subgenre of the Greek folk music genre and are thematically oriented on the life of the klephts. Prominent conflicts were immortalised in several folk tales and songs, such as the epic ballad "To tragoudi tou Daskalogianni" of 1786, about the resistance warfare under Daskalogiannis.
After a two-year break, Dantis returned in May 2003 by signing with Sony Music Greece and with the album "Ena Tragoudi Akoma" composed entirely by Giorgos Theofanous. In 2004 he participated in the Greek talent show "Fame Story" as a member of the committee and in May, he released one of his most successful albums to date "Maya Maya". Besides himself, music and lyrics were written by Vangelis Konstantinidis, Vassilis Giannopoulos, Sofie Pappa, Natalia Germanou, Manos Psaltakis, Christoforos Germenis, Konstantinos Pantzis, Giannis Liondos, and Antonis Skokos. In the winter of 2004-05 he appeared at club "Fix" with Christos Pazis.
Mpeke, originating from Cyprus, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of forty. Prior to the competition, he was part of the Cypriot band One and was a replacement of Constantinos Christoforou after he left the band to follow solo career. Appearing on the second of the eight blind auditions, he auditioned "Rolling in the Deep" originally by Adele—with all four coaches electing for him to join their teams; from which Tiktopoulos selected Antonis Remos. During the battles, he performed "Feeling Good" against Haris Mosaidis–with Antonis crowning him as the winner. In the second live show, he performed "Still Got the Blues (For You)" and was saved by the public. In the third live show, he performed "Ena Tragoudi Akoma" and ended up in the bottom two along with Georgina Karachaliou but was not saved by his coach.
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.