6 . He said he would consider anyone who interacted with "these barbarians" as his enemy. All user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. On 1 June, the Colonels published "Army decree No 13", which banned playing, and even listening to his music. )1977: Hymn of the French Socialist Party1978: Hymn for Malta1982: Hymn of P.L.O.1991: Hymn of the Mediterranean Games1992: "Hellenism" (Greek Hymn for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games of Barcelona)Ballets1953: Greek Carnival (choreography: Rallou Manou)1958: Le Feu aux Poudres (choreography: Paul Goubé)1958: Les Amants de Teruel (choreography: Milko Šparemblek)1959: Antigone (choreography: John Cranko)1972: Antigone in Jail (choreography: Micha van Hoecke)1979: Elektra (choreography: Serge Kenten)1983: Sept Danses Grecques (choreography: Maurice Béjart)1987–88: Zorba il Greco (choreography: Lorca Massine)Operas1984–85: Kostas Karyotakis (The Metamorphosis of Dionysos)1988–90: Medea1992–93: Elektra1995–96: Antigone1999–01: LysistrataMusic for the stageClassical tragedies1959–60: Phoenician Women (Euripides)1960–61: Ajax (Sophocles)1965: Trojan Women (Euripides)1966–67: Lysistrata (Aristophanes)1977: The Suppliants (Aeschylus)1979: The Knights (Aristophanes)1986–88: Oresteia: Agamemnon, Choephorae, Eumenides (Aeschylus)1987: Hecuba (Euripides)1990: Antigone (Sophocles)1992: Prometheus Bound (Aeschylus)1996: Oedipus Rex (Sophocles)2001: Medea (Euripides)Modern plays1960–61: To Tragoudi tou Nekrou Adelfou (Ballad of the Dead Brother), Musical Tragedy (text: Mikis Theodorakis)1961–62: Omorphi Poli (Beautiful City), revue (Bost, Dimitris Christodoulou, Christofelis, et al. In 1959, after the successful performances of Theodorakis's ballet Antigone at Covent Garden in London, the French composer Darius Milhaud proposed him for the American Copley Music Prize - an award of the "William and Noma Copley Foundation", which later changed its name to "Cassandra Foundation" - as the "Best European Composer of the Year". In 1989, he started the fifth period, the last, of his musical writing: He composed three operas (lyric tragedies) Medea, first performed in Bilbao (1 October 1991), Elektra, first performed in Luxembourg (2 May 1995) and Antigone, first performed in Athens' Megaron Moussikis (7 October 1999). In 2009 he composed a Rhapsody for Strings (Mezzo-Soprano or Baryton ad lib.). At the same time he participated in public affairs. Theodorakis gilt als der bekannteste griechische Komponist des 20. His symphonic works: a Piano concerto, his first suite, his first symphony, and his scores for the ballet: Greek Carnival, Le Feu aux Poudres, Les Amants de Teruel, received international acclaim. 5 . Connect your Spotify account to your Last.fm account and scrobble everything you listen to, from any Spotify app on any device or platform. In 1954 he travelled with his young wife Myrto Altinoglou to Paris where he entered the Conservatory and studied musical analysis under Olivier Messiaen and conducting under Eugene Bigot. He was received by Gamal Abdel Nasser and Tito, Yigal Allon and Yasser Arafat, while François Mitterrand, Olof Palme and Willy Brandt became his friends. Latest Release. dedicated to the victims of Polytechnical School in Athens (18.11. Later he was interned in the concentration camp of Oropos. dedicated to the victims of Polytechnical School in Athens (18.11. Views of the United StatesDuring the invasion of Iraq, Theodorakis called Americans "detestable, ruthless cowards and murderers of the people of the world." , Theodorakis is Doctor honoris causa of several universities, including Montreal, Thessaloniki, and Crete. Kreeka helilooja Mikis Theodorakis ja tema oratooriumi skandaalne esmasalvestus (14.11.2017) Selle lehekülje viimane muutmine: 22:35, 30. juuni 2020. He is committed to heightening international awareness of human rights, of environmental issues, and of the need for peace and for this reason he initiated, together with the Turkish author, musician, singer, and filmmaker Zülfü Livaneli the Greek–Turkish Friendship Society. BiographyEarly yearsMikis Theodorakis was born on the Greek island of Chios and spent his childhood years in different provincial Greek cities such as Mytilene, Cephallonia, Patras, Pyrgos, and Tripoli. It is also known as 'Syrtaki dance'; inspired from old Cretan traditional dances. Κύκλος τραγουδιών για πιάνο και φωνή, Χαιρετισμοί. Zorbas Mikis Theodorakis. Notable works up to 1960Chamber Music: Four String Quartets; Trio four piano, violin, cello; Little Suite for piano; Sonatina for piano; Sonatinas No.1 and No.2 for violin and piano;Symphonic music: Assi-Gonia (symphonic movement; Piano Concerto "Helicon"; Symphony No.1 (Proti Simfonia); Suites n° 1, 2 et 3 for orchestre; La Vie et la Mort / Live and Death (for voice and strings); Œdipus Tyrannos (for strings; later for quartet and symphony orchestra); Piano Concerto;Ballets: Greek Carnival; Le Feu aux Poudres; Les Amants de Teruel; Antigone;Filmscores: The Barefoot Battalion (Greg Tallas); Ill Met by Moonlight and Honeymoon (Powell and Pressburger); Faces in the Dark (David Eady). 4 . Theodorakis's flight left very secretly from an Onassis owned private airport outside Athens. Myrto Theodorakis, Mikis's wife and two children joined him a week later in France. Main works after 1974Song cycles: Ta Lyrika; Dionysos; Phaedra; Beatrice in Zero Street; Radar; Chairetismoi (Greetings); Mia Thalassa (A Sea Full of Music); Os archaios Anemos (Like an Ancient Wind); Lyrikotera (The More-Than-Lyric Songs); Lyrikotata (The Most Lyric Songs); Erimia (Solitude); Odysseia;Music for the Stage: Orestia (dir. In seiner Heimat wird er als Volksheld verehrt. Read Full Biography. During 1964, he wrote the music for the Michael Cacoyiannis film Zorba the Greek, whose main theme, since then, exists as a trademark for Greece. Michael "Mikis" Theodorakis (Greek: Μιχαήλ (Μίκης) Θεοδωράκης, pronounced ; born 29 July 1925) is a Greek songwriter of over 1000 songs and composer. 1983. Theodorakis released two albums of his songs and song cycles on Paredon Records and Folkways Records in the early seventies, including his Peoples' Music: The Struggles of the Greek People (1974). Even as a child, he decided to become a composer. He formed his own choir and gave his first performance … Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Mikis Theodorakis - Theodorakis Dirige Theodorakis, Vol 2 at Discogs. (Andreas Brandes) He was later elected several times to the Greek Parliament (1981–1986 and 1989–1993) and for two years, from 1990 to 1992, he was a minister in the government of Constantine Mitsotakis. A final set of songs entitled: Odysseia was composed by utilizing poetry written by Costas Kartelias for lyrics. Warmi: Myrto Altinoglou. Mikis Theodorakis sudah membuat setidaknya 1000 karya sepanjang karirnya. . On request of the French politician Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, Theodorakis was allowed to go into exile to Paris on 13 April 1970. During this period, he also wrote the five volumes of his autobiography: The Ways of the Archangel (Οι δρόμοι του αρχάγγελου). During that time, and as a tribute to Theodorakis’s body of work, Vassiliou recorded a double album showcasing some of the composer’s most consummate musical creations, and in 1998, Sony BMG released the album entitled Alexia–Mikis Theodorakis. : Spyros Evangelatos); Antigone (dir. Mikis Theodorakis Biography by John Bush + Follow Artist. )Operas: "The Metamorphosis of the Dionysus" (Kostas Karyotakis); Medea; Elektra; Antigone; Lysistrata. Mikis Theodorakis, Greek composer. Under Theodorakis's impetus, it started a vast cultural renaissance movement and became the greatest political organisation in Greece with more than 50.000 members. Mikis Theodorakis Lyrics mit Übersetzungen: Sto Perigiali To Kryfo, Καημός, Στρώσε το στρώμα σου, Μαρίνα, Μαργαρίτα Μαγιοπούλα, Αν θυμηθείς τ' όνειρό μου After his resignation as a member of Greek parliament, he was appointed General Musical Director of the Choir and the two Orchestras of the Hellenic State Radio (ERT), which he reorganised and with which he undertook successful concert tours abroad. Theodorakis was immediately hospitalized because he suffered from lung tuberculosis. He founded the Little Orchestra of Athens and the Musical Society of Piraeus, gave many, many concerts all around Greece and abroad… and he naturally became involved in the politics of his home country. Main works of this periodSong cycles: Epitaphios (Yannis Ritsos); Archipelagos (Songs of the Islands), Politia A & B (Songs of the City), Epiphania (Giorgos Seferis, Nobel Prize 1963), Mikres Kyklades (Odysseas Elytis), Chrysoprasino Fyllo (Golden-green leaf), Mauthausen (Iakovos Kambanellis), Romiossini (Yannis Ritsos), Thalassina Feggaria (Moons of the Sea)Oratorio: To Axion Esti (Odysseas Elytis, Nobel Prize 1979), cf. A member of the wartime resistance, he remained active in politics, serving several times in the Greek parliament. In 1978, through his article For a United Left Wing, he had "stirred up the Greek political life. Oratorio: Canto General (Pablo Neruda)3. Zorba The Greek Mikis Theodorakis. WorkSongs and song cyclesTheodorakis has written more than 1,000 songs and song-cycles, whose melodies have become part of the heritage of Greek music: Sto Perigiali, Kaimos, Aprilis, Doxa to Theo, Sotiris Petroulas, Lipotaktes, Stis Nichtas to Balkoni, Agapi mou, Pou petaxe t'agori mou, Anixe ligo to parathiro, O Ipnos se tilixe, To gelasto pedi, Dendro to dendro, Asma Asmaton, O Andonis…. During the invasion of Iraq, he called Americans "detestable, ruthless cowards and murderers of the people of the world". Main works under the dictatorshipSong cycles: Ta Laïka (The Popular Songs, Manos Elefteriou); O Ilios ke o Chronos (Sun and Time, Theodorakis); Songs for Andreas (Theodorakis); Arcadies I-X; Nichta Thanatou (Nights of Death, Manos Elefteriou);Oratorios: Ephiphania Averoff Giorgos Seferis, State of Siege (Marina = Rena Hadjidakis), March of the Spirit (Angelos Sikelianos), Raven (Giorgos Seferis, after Edgar Allan Poe);Film score: Z (Costa-Gavras). He participated in a charity concert protesting the bombing in 1999. Andreas Kapsokavadis born 1994 December 16 aka Kaps Top Tracks. ScoresRhapsody for Cello and OrchestraMarch of the spirit (Oratorio, Full Score)Axion esti (Oratorio Full Score)Zorbas Ballet (Suite - Ballet, Full Score)Carnaval (Suite - Ballet Full, Score)Adagio (Full Score) & Sinfonietta (Full Score)Epiphania Averof (Cantata)Canto Olympico (Oratorio)Les EluardΟ κύκλος20 τραγούδια για πιάνο και αρμόνιοΗ Βεατρίκη στην οδό ΜηδένΜια θάλασσα γεμάτη μουσικήΤα λυρικώτεραΤα λυρικώταταΤα πρόσωπα του ΉλιουΦαίδραΛιποτάκτεςΘαλασσινά φεγγάριαΑσίκικο πουλάκηRomancero Gitano (για πιάνο - φωνή)Τα ΛυρικάΤαξίδι μέσα στη νύχταΜικρές ΚυκλάδεςΔιόνυσοςΕπιφάνιαΕπιτάφιοςΜπαλάντες. Theodorakis's flight left very secretly from an Onassis owned private airport outside Athens. – had been accepted by the Greek Communist Party which later proposed him as the candidate for mayor of Athens during the 1978 elections." 4 (Wergo/Schott)Maria Farantouri — Asmata (Songs by Theodorakis) (Peregrina)Mikis Theodorakis — Symphony No. For millions of people, Theodorakis was the symbol of resistance against the Greek dictatorship. , A final set of songs entitled: Odysseia was composed by utilizing poetry written by Costas Kartelias for lyrics. In 2007, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the distribution of the World Soundtrack Awards in Ghent. , Politically, he is associated with the left because of his long-standing ties to the Communist Party of Greece. , He scored for the films Zorba the Greek (1964), Z (1969), and Serpico (1973). He scored for the films Zorba the Greek (1964), Z (1969), and Serpico (1973). " Theodorakis is also a vocal critic of Zionism, and refers to himself as an “anti-Zionist.” Like many Greeks, Theodorakis greatly opposed the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia during the Yugoslav Wars. Μίκης Θεοδωράκης; s. 29. heinäkuuta 1925 Chíos, Kreikka) on kreikkalainen säveltäjä ja poliitikko, ja yksi Kreikan merkittävimmistä nykysäveltäjistä. He grew up with Greek folk music and was early influenced by the Byzantine liturgy. He was received by Gamal Abdel Nasser and Tito, Yigal Allon and Yasser Arafat, while François Mitterrand, Olof Palme and Willy Brandt became his friends. 3 . Μπαλάντες. In 1990 he was elected to the parliament (as in 1964 and 1981), became a government minister under Constantine Mitsotakis, and fought against drugs and terrorism and for culture, education and better relations between Greece and Turkey. In 1957, he won the Gold Medal in the Moscow Music Festival; President of the Jury was Dmitri Shostakovitch. In 1957, he won the Gold Medal in the Moscow Music Festival; President of the Jury was Dmitri Shostakovitch. Feel free to contribute! In 1989, he started the fifth period, the last, of his musical writing: He composed three operas (lyric tragedies) Medea, first performed in Bilbao (1 October 1991), Elektra, first performed in Luxembourg (2 May 1995) and Antigone, first performed in Athens' Megaron Moussikis (7 October 1999). Michael "Mikis" Theodorakis (grisya simipi: Μιχαήλ (Μίκης) Θεοδωράκης [ˈmicis θeoðoˈɾacis) sutiyuq runaqa, (* 23 ñiqin anta situwa killapi 1925 watapi paqarisqa Chios llaqtapi - ), huk Grisya mama llaqtayuq harawi qillqaq, takichaqmi wan yatana qallwa waqichaq qarqan.. Taytan: Theodorakis, Maman: . In 2005, he was awarded the Sorano Friendship and Peace Award, the Russian International St.-Andrew-the-First-Called Prize, the insignia of Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of Luxembourg, and the IMC UNESCO International Music Prize, while already in 2002 he was honoured in Bonn with the Erich Wolfgang Korngold Prize for film music at the International Film Music Biennial in Bonn (cf also: Homepage of the Art and Exhibition Hall Bonn). His most significant works written in these years are his Second, Third, Fourth and Seventh Symphony, most of them being first performed in the former German Democratic Republic between 1982 and 1989. Complete your Mikis Theodorakis collection. Symphonic works1952: Piano Concerto "Helikon"1953: First Symphony ("Proti Simfonia")1954–1959: 3 Orchestral Suites1958: Piano Concerto1981: Symphony No 2 ("The Song of the Earth"; text: Mikis Theodorakis) for children's choir, piano, and orchestra1981: Symphony No 3 (texts: Dionysios Solomos; Constantine P. Cavafy; Byzantine hymns) for soprano, choir, and orchestra1983: Symphony No 7 ("Spring-Symphony"; texts: Yannis Ritsos; Yorgos Kulukis) for four soloists, choir, and orchestra1986–1987: Symphony No 4 ("Of Choirs") for soprano, mezzo, narrator, choir, and symphonic orchestra without strings1995: Rhapsody for Guitar and Orchestra1996: Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra2008: Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra (orchestrated by Robert Gulya)2010: "Andalusia" for Mezzo and OrchestraChamber music1942: Sonatina for piano1945: Elegy No 1, for cello and piano1945: Elegy No 2, for violin and piano1946: To Kimitirio (The Cemetery), for string quartet1946: String Quartet No 11946: Duetto, for two violins1947: Trio, for violin, cello and piano1947: 11 Preludes, for piano1947: Sexteto, for piano, flute and string quartet1949: Study for two violins and cello1952: Syrtos Chaniotikos, for piano and percussion1952: Sonatina No 1, for violin and piano1955: Little Suite, for piano1955: Passacaglia, for two pianos1959: Sonatina No 2, for violin and piano1989: Choros Assikikos, for violoncello solo1996: Melos, for piano2007: East of the Aegean, for cello and pianoCantatas and oratorios1960: Axion Esti (text: Odysseas Elytis)1969: The March of the Spirit (text: Angelos Sikelianos)1971–82: Canto General (text: Pablo Neruda)1981–82: Kata Saddukaion Pathi (Sadducean-Passion; text: Michalis Katsaros) for tenor, baritone, bass, choir and orchestra1982: Liturgy No 2 ("To children, killed in War"); texts: Tassos Livaditis, Mikis Theodorakis) for choir1982–83: Lorca, for voice, solo guitar, choir, and orchestra (based on Romancero Gitano, text: Federico García Lorca, translated by Odysseas Elytis)1992: Canto Olympico, for voice, solo piano, choir, and orchestra (texts: Dimitra Manda, Mikis Theodorakis)Hymns1970: Hymn for Nasser1973: Hymn for the Socialist Movement in Venezuela1973: Hymn for the Students. In Patras and Pyrgos he took his first music lessons, and in Tripoli, Peloponnese, he gave his first concert at the age of seventeen. Guy Wagner: Mikis Theodorakis. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mikis Theodorakis - Z (Bande Originale Du Film) at Discogs. He composed the "Mauthausen Trilogy", also known as "The Ballad of Mauthausen", which has been described as the "most beautiful musical work ever written about the Holocaust" and possibly his best work. In 1990 he was elected to the parliament (as in 1964 and 1981), became a government minister under Constantine Mitsotakis, and fought against drugs and terrorism and for culture, education and better relations between Greece and Turkey. : Spyros Evangelatos)Film scores: Iphigenia (M. Cacoyannis), The Man with the Carnation (Nikos Tzimas)Oratorios: Liturgia 2; Missa Greca (Thia Liturgia); Requiem;Symphonic music and cantatas: Symphonies no 2, 3, 4, 7; According to the Sadducees; Canto Olympico; Guitar Rhapsody; Cello Rhapsody; Trumpet Rhapsody; Rhysody for Strings (Mezzo-Sopran or Baryton ad lib. A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site.  Under Theodorakis's impetus, it started a vast cultural renaissance movement and became the greatest political organisation in Greece with more than 50.000 members. , His song cycles are based on poems by Greek authors, as well as by García Lorca and Neruda: Epitaphios, Archipelagos, Politia A-D, Epiphania, The Hostage, Mykres Kyklades, Mauthausen, Romiossini, Sun and Time, Songs for Andreas, Mythology, Night of Death, Ta Lyrika, The Quarters of the World, Dionysos, Phaedra, Mia Thalassa, Os Archaios Anemos, Ta Lyrikotera, Ta Lyrikotata, Erimia, Odysseia. For a period of 10 years, Alexia Vassiliou teamed up with Mikis Theodorakis and his Popular Orchestra. 1981–82: Kata Saddukaion Pathi (Sadducean-Passion; text: 1982: Liturgy No 2 ("To children, killed in War"); texts: 1982–83: Lorca, for voice, solo guitar, choir, and orchestra (based on, 1992: Canto Olympico, for voice, solo piano, choir, and orchestra (texts: Dimitra Manda, Mikis Theodorakis), 1973: Hymn for the Socialist Movement in Venezuela, 1973: Hymn for the Students. Michael "Mikis" Theodorakis (Greek: Μιχαήλ (Μίκης) Θεοδωράκης, pronounced ; born 29 July 1925) is a Greek songwriter of over 1000 songs and composer. His symphonic works: a Piano concerto, his first suite, his first symphony, and his scores for the ballet: Greek Carnival, Le Feu aux Poudres, Les Amants de Teruel, received international acclaim. Mikis Theodorakis, Composer: Z. Mikis Theodorakis was born in the Greek island of Chios, in 1925. 1 . Κύκλος τραγουδιών για πιάνο και φωνή, Σπίθα. Artist descriptions on Last.fm are editable by everyone. Mikis Theodorakis was born on the Greek island of Khios in the Aegean Sea on 29 July 1925. Chairman of the International Theodorakis Foundation FILIKI. 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