8 thoughts on “ Tzamara - Various - Greek Gallantry: Original Greek Folk Songs And Dances (Vinyl) ”

  1. Yokinos says:
    Traditional Songs & Dances of Greece (And Gallantry Is Only Once) Mari Poy Pas Apano (Oh You Who Are Going Up) Kai Tora Ro Kontovrado (And Now This Brief Evening) Product details. # in Folk (CDs & Vinyl) # in Greek Music; Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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  5. Zolosida says:
    This is a wonderful collection of Greek folk music from early 78 rpm recordings. The recordings feature some of the best Greek folk musicians of Epiros, northern Greece, in the first half of the 20th century. This is a must have collection.5/5(9).
  6. Majar says:
    Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited Song and Dance from Northern Greece, Various artists. out of 5 stars 5. £ Next. the first collection of recordings by the legendary and masterful Greek folk violinist Alexis Zoumbas. Very few pre-War musicians have tapped deeper into the human soul /5(9).
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  8. Goltisho says:
    W hen we published the original iteration of this list back in , dance music had been pushed unceremoniously underground, relegated to discotheques and niche radio stations that were increasingly incorporating hip-hop into their playlists. Of course, hip-hop can be traced directly back to ‘70s funk and disco, and the origins of dance are firmly rooted in black music—a circle that’s.

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