Synonyms for zeibekiko or Related words with zeibekiko

kalamatianos              syrtos              sousta              hasapiko              karsilamas              sirtaki              ballos              tsamikos              antikristos              ikariotikos              nisiotika              pentozali              syrtaki              tsifteteli              kalamatiano              koftos              kamilierikos              hasaposerviko              tamzara              tsamiko              savvopoulos              rebetiko              alkistis              arvanitaki              zonaradiko              antikrystos              psarantonis              lezginka              syrto              zeybek              leventikos              glykeria              havasi              halay              protopsalti              tsitsanis              pyrrhichios              kazantzidis              iakovidis              laouto              furlana              moresca              tzouras              mantzaros              khigga              kritiki              baglamas              sirto              kecak              eleftheria             



Examples of "zeibekiko"
Memetis, Ο μεμέτης () is Greek folkloric tune (zeibekiko). The meter is .
Kamilierikos () or kamilieriko, is a kind of a Greek traditional dance, similar to fast zeibekiko and antikristos. Like zeibekiko, Kamilierikos is again in "9/8" signature and was danced by imprisoned rebetes. Riders of the camels (καμηλιέρηδες) used to dance it as well. Today, kamilierikos is very widespread in rebetiko and laiko music traditions.
The original form of the Zeybek dance, Zeibekiko was popular in (Bayındır, Menemen, Bergama) İzmir, Manisa Aegean Region.
Nalbandim (Turkish: "My Blacksmith") ,(Bergama Zeybeği),(Menemen Zeybeği),(Naldöken Zeybeği) or Σωκιανή () Sökeli () is an anonymous Turkish-Greek folkloric tune (Zeybek dance-Zeibekiko). The meter is .
Global Greek Radio is a Greek Internet radio station. Its first live broadcast was on April 13, 2007. The station consists of five streams: the hit mix stream, the ballads stream, the Zeibekiko stream, Potpourri and a folk (Laika) stream.
With everything moving among violent sensuality, cruelty, coarseness and total austerity, this "prosaic" story assumes the dimensions of an ancient tragedy. The inner struggle of the protagonists, the conflict of desires and values, the straightforward narration, vigorous pace, immediacy and sound construction constitute one of the most important works of the Greek cinema. In Greece, the film is mostly known for the popular Zeibekiko instrumental piece "Zeibekiko of Evdokia", written by Manos Loizos. In 1986, "Evdokia" was voted by the Greek Film Critics Association as the best Greek film of all time.
Contemporary laïkó (σύγχρονο λαϊκό) (also called "Modern laïkó" or "laïko-pop") can be called in Greece the mainstream music genre, with variations in plural form as "Contemporary laïká". Along with "Modern laïká" in Greek is currently Greece's mainstream music genre. The main cultural Greek dances and rhythms of today's Greek music culture "laïká" are Nisiotika, Syrta, Rebetika, Hasapiko, Zeibekiko, Hasaposerviko, Kalamatianos and Syrtaki.
İzmir'in Kavakları (Turkish: "Poplars of İzmir"), Birgi'nin Kavakları or Τζακιτζις () is an anonymous Turkish-Greek folkloric tune (Türkü-Zeibekiko) popular in both countries. Several singers, including Candan Erçetin, re-arranged and performed the song in Turkish pop music. There are similar folkloric dance tunes known as "Κανελλόριζα" in Greece.
Olmaz,Olmaz() or Από τα Γλυκά σου Μάτια () is an anonymous Turkish and Smyrniote Greeks folkloric tune Karsilamas or Zeibekiko. The meter is . There are similar folkloric tunes known as Çemberim dalda kaldı. There are similar folkloric tunes known as Eipa sou(Είπα σου). There are similar folkloric tunes known as Gemilerde talim var.
Afta ta mavra dentra (Αυτά τα μαύρα δέντρα "these black trees") is an anonymous Anatolian Greek (Smyrniote Greek) and Macedonian folk tune, a zeibekiko or karsilamas. The meter is . There are similar folkloric tunes such as the Turkish tune "Kız Pınar Başında Desti Doldurur". The original form of the Karsilamas was popular in Ildırı (Erythrae) İzmir.
Fetos to kalokairaki (Φέτο το καλοκαιράκι "This lovely summer" ) is an anonymous Anatolian Greek (Smyrniote Greek), a zeibekiko or karsilamas. The meter is . There are similar folkloric tunes such as the Turkish tune "Evlerinin önü mersin".Domna Samiou taped the song in Mandamados, Lesvos, sung by Stratís Cheiropaídis, in 1968.
In central Greece many folk songs make references to the klephts and their role during the Greek war of independence. Folk dances in central Greece include: antikrystos, syrtaki (Zorba's dance), zeibekiko, hasapiko, kalamatianos, kamilierikos choros, koulouriotikos, syrtos, tsamiko, choros tis tratas, chatzichristos and syrtokalamatianos. The musical tradition of the region is also influenced by the Arvanites.
Vissi composed the song "Apo Makria Kai Agapimeni" with lyrics by Mirto Kontova as a reflection of her relationship with Nikos Karvelas. The song "Risko" (Risk) was described by Vissi and its lyricist Eleana Vrahali as a rock zeibekiko, as well as the song "Alitissa Psihi" (Vagrant soul) composed by Vagia Kaladzi with lyrics Giannis Kifonidis received a similar description.
Folk dances in Macedonia include Makedonia (dance), hasapiko, leventikos, zeibekiko, zonaradiko, endeka Kozanis, samarinas, stankena, akritikos, baidouska, Macedonikos antikristos, mikri Eleni, partalos, kleftikos Makedonikos, mpougatsas, kastorianos, tromakton, o Nikolos, antikrystos, sirtos Macedonias and Kapitan Louka. There are also folk songs which make references to the Macedonian Struggle (Greek Struggle for Macedonia), while it is notable the use of trumpets and koudounia.
The first single from Garbi's seventeenth studio album, titled "Kainourgia Ego" (), is the song "Afto Aksizo", a zeibekiko which was released and performed live at the premier of her performances at "Club Enastron". The second single from the album was the title track "Kainourgia Ego" which was released to coincide with the release of the album in late December 2008.
Music of Thessaly is the music of the geographic and historical region of Thessaly () in Greece. Folk dances from Thessaly are slow and stately, and include: Kalamatianos, Thessalikos, Dionysiakos, koftos, Sirtaki, Kalamatiano, Tsamikos, kleistos, kangeli, gaitanaki, tsamikos, Pilioritikos, svarniara, sta tria, karagouna, Kleistos, zeibekiko, Rougatsiarikos, Tsamiko of Deskati, antikrystos and galanogalani.
Gemilerde talim var( ,), is an Turkish and Smyrniote Greeks folkloric tune Karsilamas or Zeibekiko. The meter is . There are similar folkloric tunes known as Çemberim dalda kaldı. There are similar folkloric tunes known as Eipa sou(Είπα σου). There are similar folkloric tunes known as Olmaz (song).
In May 2012 Rouvas released a new single, ""Tora"" ("Νow") which he performed at the 2012 MAD Video Music Awards. In November, he released a rock-Zeibekiko mash-up ballad entitled ""Niose Ti Thelo"" ("Feel What I Want"). Rouvas was nominated for four Mad Video Music Awards (including Best Pop Video and Video of the Year), winning Male Artist of the Year and Artist of the Year for ""I Dyo Mas"".
After the ceremony, usually the couple hold a great wedding party in some place with plenty of food, drinks, music and dance, usually until next morning. The wedding party starts with the invited people waiting for the couple, who usually come after some time. They start the dancing and eventually eat a piece of their wedding cake. At some point during the party, they also dance the traditional zeibekiko (groom) and çiftetelli (bride).
Music of Macedonia is the music of the geographic region of Macedonia in Greece, which is a part of the music of whole region of Macedonia. Folk dances in Macedonia include Makedonia (dance), chasapiko, leventikos, zeibekiko, zonaradiko, endeka Kozanis, Samarinas, stankena, Akritikos, baidouska, Macedonikos antikristos, mikri Eleni, partalos, kleftikos Makedonikos, mpougatsas, Kastorianos, o Nikolos and sirtos Macedonias. In Macedonia, there are also patriotic songs sung by the Greek army and local citizens like: famous Macedonia.