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« : Mayıs 17, 2006, 10:45:52 ÖÖ »
TRADITIONAL PONTIC DANCES ACCOMPANIED BY THE PONTIC LYRA

 By TH. PETRIDES

          The Pontic lyra is often called by its Turkish name Kementsie. The latter term which is Persian in origin meant bow and is used in Turkish to indicate a small bowed instrument, the –tsie (–çe) being the diminutive suffix. In the past, the term Loύra was also used. The ou reflects the sound of the Greek letter ‘ypsilon’ pronounced as an ‘oupsilon’. The origin of the Pontic lyra is still a debatable issue. It has not even been established yet, when this particular form of lyra appeared in Pontos.

         Most folk fiddles (1) ranging from Southeasten Europe to the Indian sub-continent are played by the lateral pressure of the finger nails of the player’s hand against the strings with the instrument generally being beld facing outwards. Exceptions to this are some ‘primitive’  fiddles played by ligt pressure of the pads of the fingers upon the strings as is also done with some lyras which have the third or even the second string positioned in such a way so as not to allow the easy insertion of the finger between the strings and the spike fiddles, and there are those lyras whose strings are depressed onto the neck of the instrument by the player’s finger pads in the way violin strings are pressed such as an unusual type of Dodecanesian lyra with four strings, the large Cappadocian kemanes, and the Pontic lyra. It may be that the old dancing master’S kit or pochette fiddle (2) one form of which outwardly resembles the Pontic lyra, was adapted and developed later in isolation in Pontos led to the present form of Pontic lyra (3). On the other hand, the Pontic lyra may be result of the natural development of an instrument which had, at once time, an elongated water gourd for its body. Compare the from south Afghina with the Pontic lyra (4).

     The center of lyra playing activity seems to have been the district of Trapezounta and the contiguos areas of the districts to the west and east of it as well as to the south, i.e. Kerasounta (T.Giresoun), Rizoύnta (T.Rize), and Khaldia whose main town was Arghyrόpolis (T.Tzioumoύskhane-Cümüşhane). As one moves west past Tripolis (T.Tirebolu) towards Kerasounta, the number of lyra players begins to decrease and the lute as well as the violin (keman) and tambourine (tephi) begin playing a more important rple in Pontic music. Further west into the districts of the Kotyora (T.Ortoύ) and before reaching the town of Samsoύnta (T.Samsoύn) the lyra has virtually diasappeared so that Paphra, whose inhabitants were Turkish speaking Pontics, one finds the violin (kemene), the clarinet(girneta), lute (oύti), and bass drum (daoύli) as the main musical instruments, Sinόpe and its environs is not usually considered as a ....in recent tradition.

        Moving east of Trapezoύnta, the picture is much the same. After Rizoύnta, the lyra being facing competition from the bagpipe (Pontic angelon or angόpon and touloumpan or touloumpon; Pontic and T.touloum). In recent history, Rizoύnta has replaced Batoύmi, which is across the border in the Soviet Union, as the capital of this eastern district formerly called Lazistan. This district, now called Tsioroύkh (T.Çoruh), has more of a connection with the Caucasus and places like Batoumi, Sokhoumi, Sόsi, and other towns further north along the Black Sea coast to the Kuban which fature music played on the clarinet, violin, and davoli (a medium-sided two headed cylinder drum played on one of its heads with both hands). The Pontic lyra was taken to the Caucasus in the last half of the 19th Century and the first quarter of the 20th Century by both Pontic immigrants and refugees.   

 

korphe (tepe)=pegbox tip (Gr.top)

kephali=pegbox (Gr.head)

otl.=tuning pegs (Gr.literally= ears)

ksiliki=nut (Gr.litle piece of wood)



 

ghodika=neck (Gr.literally=throat)

ghlossa= fingerboard (Gr.literally= tongue,krabbita=cravat, spakre or spoleri= literally, embroidered apron related to the Italian- back of a chair)

skaphe= main body of instrument (Gr.literally=throug,i.e. that which is dig out)

skepasma=face (Gr.literally_cover, T.kapak =cover)

rasia= ack, also plati=back

rothomia: sound hole (Gr. Literally=nostrils) also skolekia= horos or phidhia=snakes

kordhokrites= bridge (Gr.lit.chord, i.e. string bearer) also gaidodri=donkey, and kavalos=pack horse

oura= end string bolder (Gr.lit.tail) also Gr. Palaistes= lit. Wrestler. Gr./T.pekhlivan(os) =wrestler, Pallikar=warrior (root of L.origin); psari=fish

ta trypia= little sound holes

maghoula= sides- of trough (Gr.lit.cheeks)

stouliri= sound post (Gr.stylari, stylos=post)

kordhes (3) = three metal strings (Gr. Chord, i.e. string a. Psili (T.zil) = high pitched, b.mesaja= middle, c. Khonhri (T.khaba-kaba) =low pitched

toksir= bow

trikha of mallia = horsetail of bow

stoldhia (Greco- latin plodmina) = ornnamentation on the fingerboard

 

The southern extent of the Pontic lyra was in Khaldia where it was comes into contact with music played on the zourna (shawn) and dauli (bass drum) combination. One should keep in mind however, that the music most typical of Pontos is that which is associated with and played on the Pontic lyra. Second to the lyra was the toulum. For one to make a stalement generalling the line of demarkation between lyra players and toulum players based on the differentation between mul and fruit tree growers verses shepherds is difficult to support in view of so many shifts of population in Pontos. For example, despite the fact that lyra playing was highly developed in Madrodka as far south as Cappadocia side by side with the larger Cappacian lyra (kemanes) and the violin; it was taken there by immigrant workers.

          The dances which seem to be most deeply rooted with the main area of Pontic lyra playing, the district of Trapezounta and contiguous areas of the districts bordering it, are as follows(5).

           Tik Khorontikon (6) = the upright of the dance, i.e. the upright section in respect to the dance. Dik (tik) in Turkish means upright and refers to the pausing step used in the dance, hence:

           Tik Monόn (sinle) 5/16 (3.2) and Tik Dhiplόn 5/8 (3.2) coupled with their varients based on manner of execution –Ghalenόn (calmly), Langevton (lunging or leaping), Sto Ghonatόn (knee bending), Ston Topόn (in place, on the spot).

           Sera 7/16 (4.3) or (2.2.3) which reputedly gets its name from a stream called Sera that flows past the town of Platanos (T.Bulat or Pulathane) located on the coast twelve kilometers west of Trapezounta and its slower version Atrepat 7/8 (4.3) or  (2.2.3), the latter getting its name from Aktsiabt (T.Akçaabat) the Turkish name of the town Platanos which which is the capital of the kaza (eparchy) of Akçaabat; related dances are Tromakhon (T.Titreme Horonu) and Lazikόn (Laz Horonu).

           Pitsiak- oin (T.biçak – Gr.makhaira =Knife +T.oyunu _ Gr.khoros =dance) 2/4 (T.Pitsiak Horoni and Pitsiak Oini). A. Dance for two men face to face.

           Tryghόna (Gr. Dove- a girl’s name) 2/4 also called Anapodha because of its clockwise direction. (Almost all Pontic dances travel counter- clock wise)

      Omal, i.e. Omal Monόn (Gr. Omalos =smooth + monόn = single) 9/8 (2.2.2.3). Because of the confusion of terminology, I will give the names of a couple of tunes as examples of this dance: “Omallia”, “Lemona”, and “O Ghifnmes”, “ Monoghianmes”.

          Dhipat, i.e. Omal Dhipat (Gr. Dhipat =two step) 9/8 (2.3.2.2). Examples of tunes for this dance are “O Akritas” and “To Philieman” (2)

          One dance that came to be popular in the district of Kerasoύnta is the Omal Dhiplόn (Gr. Dhiplon= double) and is popularly known as Omal Kerasounteiko. Other names for it are Empropis (Gr. Forward and backward) referring to the slight turning of the dancer’s body forwards and backwards to the counter-clockwise direction of the dance. Yet another name is “Eba- Evgha” (Gr.in and out)  fot the same reason above. The obvious links between Kerasoύnta and Trapezoύnta are Tripolis and Koralle (T.Görele or Kiorele). The town of Kerasoύnta was noted for its trading activities and its merchant marine whereas Trapezoύnta was not only a commercial center but was the capital of Pontos and its cultural and educational center.

           Kotsangel (T.Kozangel; also Kortsangel and Katsangel) 7/16 (3.2.2). This is a winding dance traditionally danced at the end of wedding festivites.

           Mόntsonos. A dance closely connected with Matsouka.

           Thymighman ¾ (also Thymisman) Note that the rhytm of this dance differs from that of the one from Kars.

 

       The dances performed in the kaza (eparchy) of Kerasounta were as follows:

1.      To Langevtόn (T. Atlama Horani)

2.      Eba Evgha

3.      To Syrtόn

4.      To Nakhtsi

5.      O khoros Tes Nyphes

6.      Ta Kiotseghikia or Kiotseklika – for couples, from Köçekika (T.köçek =dancing boy) used for somewhat improvised “oriental” dance.

7.      O Todourmas or Tontourmas or Toutourmas

8.      Kotsangel (T. Kozangel)

9.      9.”O

10.  Matroukatika (Omal)

11.  “To Melon” (Omal)

12.  “Khopa Khopa” (Khorontikόs or tik, i.e. Tik Khorontikόn)

13.  “Tamaka” (Tik of Kotyora)

14.  “Ka Ela” (Tik)

15.  (The steps of the omal and the Dhipli are the same.

 

 Kots 7/16 (2.2.3)or (4.3)

Armatsioύk or Almatsioύk 6/8 (3.3)

Ghiamoura or Ghemoura 6/8 (3.3.) also 7/8 (2.2.3) named after the area south-east of Trapezoύnta

Palpoύrt 10/8 (3.2.2.3) named after Baypurt (Bayburt) south east of Trapezoύnta in Erzurum

Meliitsa also known as Kokkinόghle 2/4

Titara 2/4.Tzantzara

 

Dances that seem to have close connection with the eastern part of Pontos and appear to have been linked not only with Kars, but with Georgia as well are:

 

 

     Tamasian (T.Tamaşa) 6/16 (3.3)

     Tasin (T.Taş) 6/16 (3.3). The term may mean teeth, therefore it might refer to a figure in the dance where the dancer picks a handkerchief up with his teeth. Often danced at weddings.

     Siamil (T.Şamil or Şeyh Şamil Oyunu) 6/16 (3.3)

     Lezginka (T.Lezginka or Lezgi) also known as Kazaska 6/16 (3.3)

     Kiourtziac (referring to Georgia =Gurgea; R. Gruzia). Meteritsa

     All these Georgian/ Caucasian dances are solo or couple dances.

 

     Dances which differ from all those mentioned are ones from the area of Nikόpolis (T.Şebinkarahisar, i.e. Şerkikarahisar = East Black Fort), i.e.

 

     South Pontos:

     Outsisi (Outsiaiak – To Uçayak = Sta Tria) 2/4

     Nikopoleitkon Omal 9/8 (2.2.2.3)

     Epan Khoro (T. Omύz, i.e. Epano stom ‘Omo Khorό) 5/8 or 2/4

     Garasaretkon (Garasare)  2/4. The name is from Kara(hi)sar. It s related the Karslidhikon Omal.

     It was actually Khaldia that was considered South Pontos. Its center was Arghyrόpolis, i.e. Tzioumouskhane (T.Cumuşhane) and was directly south of Trapezounta. Of all the dances already mentioned, those which seem to be closely connected to the area are as follows:

     Arghyropolitkon 2/4

     Tsimeritikos (from Tsimera – Tsimarika) 5/8 (2.3)

     O Lazikόs (T.Laz Horonu) 7/16 (2.2.3) apparently, the best dancers came from Kromne.

     Titara 5/8 (2.3) and a varient in 9/8 (2.2.2.3)

      There were dances that had general names as for example: Kyklios Khorόs and Khorόs Eis Dhiplo Bhema which were found in Kromne.

         To recapitulate, one must keep in mind that Pontos was a fairly large region which reflected the movements of people into and out of the area. This immigration and emigration was especially apparent as one moved away from the central area of Trapezounta itself and the contiguous areas around it. This also was the area most intricately connected with lyra playing and where most of the dances which are now thought of as pan-Pontic are believed to have originated. One must also remember that a dance that was called by a specific name in one place was not necessarily the same dance which used the same name in another locatio. In adition, there are the variants of a dance within one region. All this makes it quite difficult to reconstruct what the dance and lyra situation was like in Pontos.

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« Yanıtla #1 : Mayıs 26, 2006, 06:08:45 ÖÖ »
Please share your messages related Pontic/Karadeniz Music, tarditional dances (horons, xoron) under this topic

Note: You can also find in Turkish section:

1. Trational folk dances videos:
http://lahana.org/index.php?topic=327.0
http://lahana.org/index.php?topic=151.0
2. Kemence videos:
http://lahana.org/index.php?topic=216.0
Tahsin Terzi: http://lahana.org/index.php?topic=285.0
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http://lahana.org/index.php?topic=286.0
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5. Saz /baglama (traditional Turkish lute) videos
http://lahana.org/index.php?topic=284.0




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Ο Μιχάλης Καλιοντζίδης, γνωστός ως ένας από τους καλύτερους Πόντιους λυράρηδες στην Ελλάδα, έχει αφιερωθεί στην διατήρηση και διάδοση των παραδοσιακών μουσικών οργάνων του Πόντου. Γεννήθηκε στο Διπόταμο Καβάλας στην Ανατολική Μακεδονία από γονείς Ποντίων προσφύγων. Ο πατέρας του Χρήστος που ήταν ψάλτης ήρθε στο Διπόταμο το 1922. Ο Μιχάλης σπούδασε μουσική στο Ευγενίδειο Ωδείο στην Αθήνα και είναι αυτοδίδακτος στην ποντιακή λύρα, παίζοντας επαγγελματικά από το 1978. Εχει δόσει παραστάσεις ποντιακής παραδοσιακής μουσικής σε διάφορα θέατρα της Ελλάδας (Ηρώδου Αττικού, Μέγαρο Μουσικής, Λυκαβηττός) και στο εξωτερικό (Ευρώπη, Αυστραλία, ΗΠΑ και Καναδά) και συνεργάστηκε με τους Χριστόδουλο Χάλαρη, Δόμνα Σαμίου, Χρόνη Αηδονίδη, Γιώργο Νταλάρα, Μαρίζα Κωχ, Θάνο Μικρούτσικο, Πέτρο Γαϊτάνο, τον περίφημο συνθέτη Βαγγέλη, ως και τους περισσότερους καλλιτέχνες ποντιακής μουσικής. Εχει συνθέση μουσική για ποντιακά θέατρα και εκδηλώσεις, και σύνθεσε επεισοδιακή μουσική για την Αλκηστις του Ευριπίδη στο Mozarteum στο Σαλζμπούργο της Αυστρίας.

Michalis Kaliontzidis, regarded as one of Greece's best Pontic lyra players, is dedicated to the preservation and propagation of the popular musical traditions of Pontos. He was born in Dipotamo, Kavala, in Eastern Macedonia, of Pontic refugee parents. His father Christos had settled there in 1922 as a church cantor. Michalis studied music at the Evgenidio Odeio of Athens and taught himself the Pontic lyra which he has played professionally since 1978. He has performed traditional Pontic music at numerous concerts in Greece (Herod Atticus Theater, Megaro Mousikis, Lycabetus) and abroad (Europe, Australia and North America) and has collaborated with Christodoulos Halaris, Domna Samiou, Chronis Aidonidis, George Dalaras, Mariza Koch, Thanos Mikroutsikos, Petros Gaitanos, the famed composer Vangelis, and most of his fellow Pontic musicians. He has written music for Pontic theaters and events, and composed incidental music for Euripides' Alcestis for the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. He founded a school for teaching traditional instruments - with emphasis on the Pontic lyra - with branches in Athens, Thessaloniki, Kozani, Katerini and Veria. He can be heard on 16 recordings. 
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748 Artists of Pontian Music
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748 Artists of Pontian Music
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ADAMIDIS, IRAKLIS  percussion

ADAMIDOU, KIKI   singer

AFENTOULI, ELENI  songwriter

AGGELITSIS, CHRISTOS  percussion

AHALINOTOPOULOS, MANOS  clarinet, ney, zournas

AKRITIDIS, CHRISTOS  singer, keyboards

AKRITIDIS, GIORGOS  singer, songwriter

AKRITIDIS, HARIS    singer, songwriter, composer

AKRIVOPOULOS, ALEKOS   lyra, touloum aggeion, songwriter, composer, singer

AKRIVOPOULOS, GIORGOS    lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

AKRIVOPOULOS, LAZAROS   percussion

ALAMATIDIS, TAKIS     singer, songwriter

ALEXANDRIDIS, DIMITRIS    lyra, singer  

ALEXANDRIDIS, G.   lyra

ALEXANDRIDIS, GIORGOS   songwriter, composer

ALEXANDRIDIS, KOSTAS  recitation

ALEXIOU, GIORGOS  keyboards

ALMASIDIS, IOSIF  singer

ALMASIDIS, LAKIS  composer

AMANATIDIS, CHRONIS   singer

AMANATIDIS, LEFTERIS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

AMANATIDIS, TRIANTAFYLLOS  percussion

AMARANTIDIS, GIORGOS  lyra, singer, flogera, songwriter, composer

AMARANTIDIS, SPIROS  songwriter

AMBELIDOU, ELLI  singer

AMBELIDOU, ZOGRAFOULA  singer

AMIRIDIS, GRIGORIS  singer, songwriter, composer

AMIRIDIS, IRAKLIS  singer

ANADIOTIS, KOSTAS keyboards

ANANIADIS, GIORGOS singer

ANASTASIADIS, LAMBIS  lyra, composer

ANASTASIADIS, NIKOS  singer

ANASTASIADOU, ELENI   singer

ANDREADIS, ELEFTHERIOS  singer

ANDREADIS, G.   songwriter

ANDREADIS, KONSTANTINOS  songwriter

ANDRONIKIDIS, TAKIS   keyboards

ANTONIADIS, ASIMAKIS singer

ANTONIADIS, CHRISTOS songwriter

ANTONIADIS, DOROS  singer

ANTONIADIS, KOSTAS  keyboards

ANTONIADOU, MARIA singer

APAZIDIS, IOANNIS  singer, percussion

APERGIS, ANTONIS  contrabasso

APOSTOLIDIS, ADAM  lyra, singer

APOSTOLIDIS, CHRISTOS  percussion  

APOSTOLIDIS, IOANNIS  singer

APOSTOLIDIS, MILTOS  percussion

APOSTOLIDIS, PANAGIOTIS lyra

APOSTOLIDOU, ANATOLI songwriter

ARAMATANIDIS, GIANNIS  touloum aggeion, flogera , composer

ARAVIDIS, ILIAS singer

ARMANTINOS, GIORGOS singer, songwriter, composer

ARMOS ENSEMBLE

ASFALTIDIS, CHRISTOS composer

ASLANIDIS, PANAGIOTIS  lyra, singer

ASLANIDOU, ALEXANDRA  singer

ASLICHANIDIS, SAMOS   clarinet, composer

ATHANASIADIS, ANESTIS   lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

ATHANASIADIS, DIMITRIS recitation

ATHANASIADIS, KOSTAS  keyboards

ATHANASIADIS, MAKIS songwriter, recitation

ATHANASIADIS, STAVROS keyboards

ATHANASIADOU, ELPIDA  singer

ATHANASOULAS, GIORGOS violin

ATMATSIDIS, GIORGOS  lyra, singer, composer, keyboards

AVRAMIDIS, SOKRATIS   clarinet, flogera, singer

AYDIN, KERIM  flogera



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BAIRAKTARIS, CHRISTOS  lyra, singer

BAIRAKTARIS, THOMAS  composer

BALTATZIDIS, ANESTIS  singer

BANERJEE, SHUBHANKAR  percussion (tabla)

BEINOGLOU, SIMOS   outi, violin, composer

BESKIOILOU, ADEM  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

BONTIEROS, B.  keyboards

BOULOUKAS, IOANNIS  lyra, singer, songwriter



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CHAURASIA, RAKESH   bamboo flute

CHOIR OF "ARGO" KALLITHEA (CHILDREN'S GROUP)

CHOIR OF BYZANTINE MUSIC OF G. I. KAKOULIDIS

CHOIR OF "ELEFTHERIO KORDELIO" PONTIAN SOCIETY THESSALONIKI

CHOIR OF EUXEINOS LESHI GIANNITSON

CHOIR OF EUXEINOS LESHI KOZANIS

CHOIR OF EUXEINOS LESHI MESOPOTAMIAS KASTORIAS

CHOIR OF EUXEINOS LESHI VERIAS

CLINE, LEIGH  guitar, keyboards, composer    Leigh Cline - Scimitar Records

ÇOLAK, KAHRAMAN  lyra, singer



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DAKAS, DIMITRIS  percussion

DAVIDIS, STELIOS  lyra, singer, composer

DEY, DEVASHISH  vocals

DIAMANTIDIS, KOSTAS  songwriter, composer, author, recitation, singer

DIMITRAKOPOULOS, PANOS  kanonaki

DIMITRIADIS, GIORGOS  lyra, singer, composer

DINAS, ARIS  guitar

DRAMINOS, PAVLAKIS lyra, singer, composer

DROUGKAS, GIORGOS  keyboards



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EMMANOUILIIDIS, GIORGOS singer

EFRAIMIDIS, CHARALAMBOS  singer, songwriter

EFRAIMIDIS, GIANNIS percussion  

EFRAIMIDIS, THEODOSIS   percussion  

EFSTATHIADIS, KOSTAS  bass guitar

EFSTATHIADIS, NAKOS  songwriter, recitation

EFSTATHIADIS, STATHIS   lyra, singer, author, songwriter

EFSTATHIADIS, THEODOROS  lyra

EFSTATHIADOU, SMAROULA N.  songwriter

EFSTATHIADOU-AMANATIDOU, MARIA singer

EFTHIMIADIS, GIOTIS  keyboards

EFTHIMIADIS, PAVLOS  percussion

EFTHIMIADOU, VASO singer

ERIMITIS, MAKIS songwriter, composer

ETAIRIDIS, VASILIOS S.   zournas



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FILIPPIDIS, KOSTAS  laouto

FLORINIOTIS, GIANNIS  singer, songwriter, composer

FLORINIOTIS, TASOS  keyboards

FOTIADIS, GIORGOS  songwriter

FOTIADIS, KOSTAS  lyra

FOTIADIS, STAVROS  keyboards

FOTIADIS, VASILIS singer

FOTIADOU, MARIA songwriter, composer

FOULIDIS, KONSTANTINOS  percussion  

FOULIDIS, MICHALIS  songwriter

FOUNTOUKIDIS, PANAGIOTIS  flogera, composer

FOUNTOUKIDIS, PETROS  bass guitar, vocals



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GAITANOS, PETROS  singer

GALANOS, CHRISTOS outi

GALETSIDIS, SPIROS  zournas

GAVRIELIDIS, GIANNIS singer, composer

GAVRIELIDIS, GIOTIS  singer, songwriter, composer

GAVRIELIDIS, PANAGIOTIS songwriter

GENEIADIS, G.   lyra, singer

GEORGIADIS, ARCHIMEDES  lyra, singer

GEORGIADIS, CHRISTOS H.  songwriter

GEORGIADIS, CHRISTOS N.  keyboards. singer

GEORGIADIS, FILLIPAS  clarinet

GEORGIADIS, GIANNIS  lyra, singer

GEORGIADIS, GIANNIS  keyboards

GEORGIADIS, GIORGOS  recitation

GEORGIADIS, IORDANIS  percussion

GEORGIADIS, KOSTAS  guitar

GEORGIADIS, NIKOS   singer, songwriter, composer

GEORGIADIS, NIKOS  percussion

GEORGIADIS, PANAGIOTIS  lyra, singer, keyboards

GEORGIADIS, PAVLOS  singer

GEORGIADIS, PROKOPIS  songwriter

GEORGIADIS, TAKIS   percussion  

GEORGIADIS, THEOCHARIS lyra, singer

GEORGIADOU, DESPINA  singer

GEORGIADOU, XENIA singer

GEORGIADOU, ZOI   singer, composer

GEVGELIS, GIANNIS  percussion

GEVGELIS, GIORGOS  percussion

GEVGELIS, KOSTAS guitar

GIAKOS, CHRISTOS  bass guitar, gutiar

GIALETZIS, SAKIS  percussion

GIOPIS, CHRISTOS  guitar

GIORGOU, SAKIS   laouto

GORTSINIDIS, GIORGOS  percussion  

GOSWAMI, RABINDRA  sitar

GOTSIOS, AKIS  lyra

GOTSIOS, IOANNIS  singer

GOULAKSIDIS, GIORGOS  singer

GRAMMATIKOPOULOS, KYRIAKOS  keyboards

GRATSIANOS, THOMAS   percussion

GRATZIDIS, MAKIS  singer

GRIGORIADIS, BABIS  lyra, singer

GRIGORIADIS, MYRON   singer

GRIGORIADIS, PANTELIS  violin

GRIGORIADOU, ELENI   singer

GRIGORIOU, GIANNIS bass player



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HALIVOPOULOS, NIKOS  lyra, singer

HALKIAS, LAKIS  singer

HALKIAS, THEODOROS  keyboards

HALKIDIS, GIANNIS  lyra, singer

HALKIDIS, GIORGOS  touloum aggeion

HALKIDIS, STEFANOS  singer

HALKIDIS, STELIOS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

HANIOTIS, SOLONAS  keyboards

HARALAMBIDIS, CHRISTOS  singer

HARALAMBIDIS, GIANNIS  lyra, singer

HARALAMBIDIS, M.  songwriter

HARALAMBIDIS, N.  songwriter, composer

HARALAMBIDIS, PETROS singer, songwriter, composer

HARALAMBIDIS, VLADIMIROS singer, songwriter, composer

HARALAMBIDOU-SIAPANIDOU, MAGDALENE  recitation

HATZIGEORGIOU, LIZA  songwriter

HATZIS, GIANNIS percussion

HATZOPOULOS, G.  songwriter

HATZOPOULOS, MILTIADIS  keyboards

HATZOPOULOS, NIKOS violin

HEIMONIDIS, SOKRATIS  lyra

HIONIDIS, EFSTATHIOS  songwriter

HIONIDIS, PAVLOS keyboards

HIONIDIS, TH.  percussion  

HOLIDIS, IORDANIS  songwriter

HOLOPOULOS, PANAGIOTIS  lyra, singer, composer

HONDROMATIDIS, STEFANOS  singer, songwriter, composer

HONDROMATIDOU, SOFIA  singer

HRISANTHOPOULOS, CHRISTOS  lyra, singer, composer

HRISTODOULIDIS, GIANNIS  singer

HRISTOFORIDIS, CHRISTOFOROS  singer, zournas, flogera

HRISTOFORIDIS, STATHIS  singer



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IAKOVIDIS, GIORGOS  clarinet  

IAKOVIDIS, MITKAS  clarinet, composer

IAKOVIDIS, NIKOS  guitar

IAKOVIDIS, THEMIS  singer

IAKOVIDIS, THEODOROS  keyboards

ILIADIS, ARIS singer                                            

ILIOPOULOS, GIORGOS  bass guitar

ILIOPOULOS, ILIAS songwriter

ILIOU, ANTONIS  laouto

IMIRTZIDIS, TASOS  percussion  

INTZEVIDIS, VAGGELIS  singer

INTZIADIS, ALEXANDROS   singer, songwriter, composer

INTZIADIS, GIORGOS  songwriter

IOAKIMIDIS, HARALAMBOS  singer

IOAKIMIDIS, KOSTAS  singer

IOAKIMIDIS, KYRIAKOS  songwriter, composer

IOAKIMIDIS, NIKOS  percussion  

IOANNIDIS, ANASTASIOS   singer

IOANNIDIS, CHRISTOS  singer, keyboards

IOANNIDIS, G. keyboards

IOANNIDIS, GIORGOS  singer, songwriter

IOANNIDIS, GOGOS  singer, keyboards

IOANNIDIS, I.   outi

IOANNIDIS, KONSTANTINOS  lyra

IOANNIDIS LAZOS   lyra, composer

IOANNIDIS, NIKOS   lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

IOANNIDIS, PANTELIS    singer

IOANNIDIS, PASCHALIS   guitar

IOANNIDIS, SAVVAS   keyboards

IOANNIDIS, STAVROS   flogera, clarinet, zournas

IOANNIDIS, DIMITRIOS      lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

IORDANIDIS, BABIS   singer, songwriter, composer

IORDANIDIS, GRIGORIS   songwriter

IORDANIDIS, KOSTAS   songwriter

IOSIFIDOU, A.   songwriter

IOSIFIDOU, XANTHIPPE  singer


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KAGELIDOU, ANTIGONI singer

KA'I'SIDIS, VITALIS songwriter

KAKOULIDIS, G. composer

KALAIDOPOULOU-KARAVELA, LITSA  singer, songwriter, composer

KALIONTZIDIS, K.  songwriter

KALIONTZIDIS, MICHALIS  lyra, kemanes, violin, singer, songwriter, composer

KALPATSINIDIS, GIANNIS touloum aggeion, singer, songwriter

KALPATSINIDIS, KOSTAS  clarinet

KALTSIDIS, MATTHEOS  percussion  

KALTSIDIS, TH.   recitation

KALTSIDIS, THEODOROS  outi

KALTSIDOU, E.  songwriter

KAMENIDIS, LEFTERIS  lyra

KAMKAR, ARDESHIR  Persian kamancheh

KAPAGIORIDIS, VASILIS   songwriter, composer

KAPALIDIS, NIKOLAOS   songwriter

KAPPAS, LAMBROS  outi

KARAFOULIDIS, THEODOROS  songwriter

KARAGIANNIDOU, ZOI  lyra, singer

KARAKASIDOU, OLGA  singer

KARALEFTERIS, PANAGIOTIS  songwriter

KARAMBIDIS, ALEKOS  lyra

KARAMITROS, CHRISTOS  guitar

KARANTINIS, MANOLIS  laouto, outi

KARAPANAGIOTIDIS, GIANNIS  singer, keyboards, songwriter, composer

KARAPANAGIOTIDIS, GIORGOS  singer

KARAPANAGIOTIDIS, KOSTAS  singer, songwriter, composer

KARAPANAGIOTIDOU, ELENI  singer

KARAPAPAZOGLOU, ANASTASIOS  bass guitar

KARASAVVIDIS, DIMITRIS  lyra, kemane, singer, flogera, songwriter

KARATZAS, MICHALIS  keyboards

KARATZAS, THANASIS  keyboards, composer

KARAVELAS, MICHALIS  recitation, singer, songwriter, composer

KARIDAS, GIORGOS  guitar

KARIPIS, VANGELIS   percussion

KARRA, VIKY   vocals

KARVOUNARIS, GIORGAKIS  percussion  

KARVOUNIDIS, GIORGOS keyboards

KARYDAS, STELIOS guitar

KASOURAS, VASILIS  outi, laouto, taburas, composer

KASTRINOPOULOS, HARALAMBOS  percussion  

KATIDIS, CHRISTOS  singer

KATOTIKIDIS, ANESTIS  songwriter

KAZANTZIDIS, HARIS  touloum aggeion

KAZANTZIDIS, KOSTAS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

KAZANTZIDIS, STELIOS  singer, songwriter, composer

KEHAGIAS, DIMITRIS  singer

KEHAYIOGLOU, GIORGOS   percussion  

KELESIDIS, NIKOS  singer, songwriter, composer

KEMANETZIDIS, CHRISTOS keyboards, composer

KEMANETZIDIS, HARALAMBOS  lyra, clarinet, flogera, outi, guitars, keyboards, percussion, composer

KEMANETZIDIS, GIORGOS  lyra, songwriter, composer

KEMANETZIDIS, KOSTAS   percussion

KEMANIDOU, ELLI  singer

KENOURIOS, NIKOS  bass guitar

KESAPIDIS, FILIPPOS   lyra, singer, composer

KESIDIS, DIMITRIS   keyboards

KESIDIS, GIORGOS  clarinet, singer, songwriter, composer

KESIDIS, GIORGOS   percussion  

KESIDIS, STYLIANOS   lyra

KESIDIS, THEODOROS  clarinet, flogera, singer, percussion

KESIDOU, EVROPI  singer

KETIKIDIS, MICHALIS  keyboards

ΚETIKIDIS, NIKOLAOS  songwriter, composer

KITMIRIDIS, STATHIS lyra

KIZIL, IZZET   percussion

KLYNN, HARRY  (TRIANTAFYLLIDIS, VASILIS)  comedian, actor, singer

KOCHLIARIDIS, HARALAMBOS  lyra, composer

KOFTEROS, DIMITRIS  santouri

KOGKALIDIS, PANAGIOTIS  lyra, singer, composer

KOKKINIDIS, ELEFTHERIOS   singer, songwriter

KOLIVAR, AYŞENUR   singer

KONSTANTATOU, LOUKIA   kanonaki

KONSTANTINIDIS, KONSTANTINOS   singer

KONSTANTINIDIS, KOSTAS  songwriter

KONSTANTINIDIS, KOSTIKAS  lyra, songwriter, composer

KONSTANTINIDIS, SPIROS  singer

KONSTANTINIDOU-SPALA, SOFIA  songwriter

KOPALAS, GIANNIS  singer

KOPALAS, GIORGOS  lyra

KOPALIDIS, PANAGIOTIS  percussinist (daouli)

KORGIANNIDIS, KOSTAS (PATOZ)  singer, lyra

KOROS, GIORGOS   violin

KOROSIDIS, GIANNIS   songwriter

KORSAVIDOU, ATHINA  singer

KORTSINIDIS, GEORGIOS  percussion

KOSMIDIS, GIANNIS   songwriter

KOSMIDIS, GIORGOS   keyboards, composer

KOSMIDIS, PANAGIOTIS lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

KOSTOGLOU, GIORGOS  bass guitar

KOTANIDIS, GRIGORIS  songwriter

KOTANIDIS, RIGAS singer, songwriter

KOTANIDOU, M. songwriter, composer

KOTIDIS, THEODOROS   lyra, singer, composer, percussion  

KOUGIOUMTZIDIS, ANDREAS lyra, composer

KOUGIOUMTZIDIS, DIMITRIS  lyra

KOUGIOUMTZIDIS, GEORGOULIS  lyra, singer

KOUKOS, DIMITRIS  guitar

KOUNATIDIS, THEOCHARIS  singer

KOUNIOS, KOSTAS  keyboards, composer

KOUROUKLIDIS, FANIS lyra, singer, composer

KOURTIDIS, GIANNIS singer

KOURTIDIS, MICHALIS   singer, flogera, composer, percussion  

KOURTIDIS, THEODOROS  singer

KOURTIDOU, M.   songwriter, composer

KOUSIDIS, DIMITRIS keyboards

KOUSIDIS, GIORGOS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

KOUTALAKIDOU-BAIRAKTARI, ELENI  singer

KOUTOUZOGLOU, AVRAAM   zournas

KYPSELIDIS, SOKRATIS  singer, songwriter

KYRIAKIDIS, GRIGORIS  percussion

KYRIAKIDIS, KOSTAS  (ASALOUMS)  touloum aggeion

KYRIAZIDIS, HARALAMBOS  songwriter

KYRKENIDIS, BABIS lyra

KYRITSIS, KOSTAS outi

KYTIDOU, ELLI  singer

KYVENTIDIS, GIORGOS lyra, singer

KYVENTIDOU, MARIA singer



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LAFAZANIDIS, GIORGOULIS   singer, songwriter, composer

LAMBRAKIS, HARIS   ney

LAMBRINOU, MARY  singer

LAPAS, DIMITRIS  zournas

LAZARIDIS, LAZAROS  singer

LAZARIDIS, NIKOS  lyra

LAZARIDIS, PETROS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

LAZARIDIS, SAVVAS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

LAZARIDOU, ELENI  singer

LAZARIDOU, SOFIA  singer

LEKOUSIS, LAKIS   guitar

LELEKIDIS, GIORGOS  lyra

LEPTOKARIDIS, KOSTAS  violin

LIANIDIS, SIMOS  songwriter

LORDOPOULOS, GEORGIOS  lyra

LYRATZIS, NIKOS  lyra


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MAHANIDIS, BABIS  lyra

MAKRIANIDIS, GEORGIOS  songwriter

MAKRIDIS, BABIS   lyra, clarinet

MAKRIDIS, GEORGIOS  singer

MANTZIOS, ARGYRIS  percussion  

MARDAS, AGAMEMNON  contrabass

MARMARINOU, ANNETTA  singer

MAROUFIDIS, CHRISTOS  violin, singer

MATTHEOU, GIORGOS  outi, tambouras, ney, sazi

MAVRIDIS, BABIS  singer

MAVRIDIS, GIORGOS  songwriter, vocals

MAVROKEFALIDIS, ALKIS  lyra

MAVROPOULOS, ANDREAS  lyra

MAVROPOULOS, GIANNIS  singer, songwriter, composer

MAVROPOULOS, ILIAS  lyra, singer

MELANIDIS, ANGELOS  percussion  

MELIDOU, HARA  lyra, singer

MELISSANIDIS, ZORAS   singer

MELISSOPOULOS, GIORGOS    lyra, flogera

MELISSOPOULOS, TASOS  percussion

MIHAIL, VASILIS  bass guitar

MIHAILIDIS, ALEXIS  clarinet, flogera

MIHAILIDIS, ARISTEIDIS   lyra

MIHAILIDIS, EFSTATHIOS    flogera

MIHAILIDIS, GIANNIS  keyboards, composer

MIHAILIDIS, GRIGORIS  guitar

MIHAILIDIS, NIKOS  lyra, singer, songwriter, percussion

MIHAILIDIS, VASILIS   singer, songwriter, composer

MIHAILIDOU, ELENI  vocals

MIHAILIDOU, GENOVEFA  singer

MIHAILIDOU, MARINA  singer

MIHAILIDOU, VIKY  singer, lyra  

MILIAKIDIS, SAKIS    bass guitar

MITROPOULOU, KATERINA  outi, kanonaki

MITSOPOULOS, GIORGOS    percussion

MOISIADIS, GEORGIOS   lyra, singer

MOISIADIS, PANAGIOTIS   songwriter, recitation

MOISIADIS, VASILIS   songwriter, recitation

MOISIDIS, IOANNIS   lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

MOISIDIS, IOANNIS   singer

MOISIS, ANESTIS   lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

MOURATIDIS, NIKOS  singer

MOURTIADIS, VASILIS  lyra

MYSTAKIDIS, DIMITRIS  oud, laouto, saz

MYSTAKOPOULOS, THEODOROS  lyra

MYSTRIDIS, ANESTIS  keyboards


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NATSIOULIS, GIANNIS    bass guitar

NIKIFORIDIS, ANTONIS   lyra, composer

NIKOLAIDIS, GIORGOS   singer, songwriter, composer

NIKOLAIDIS, NIKOS  songwriter

NIKOLAIDIS, PANTELIS   flogera, zournas, percussion

NIKOLAIDIS, STATHIS   singer, lyra, songwriter, composer

NIKOLAIDOU, ANTHOULA singer

NIKOLAIDOU, ERRIKA  singer

NIKOLAIDOU, EVLAMBIA singer

NIKOLAIDOU, GESTHIMANE  singer

NIKOLAIDOU, PELAGIA  singer

NIKOLAIDOU, SOFIA   singer

NIKOLAOU, LIZETTA   singer

NIKOLOPOULOS, CHRISTOS  outi, laouto, bouzouki



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ORFANIDIS, GIANNIS  lyra

ORFANIDIS, GIORGOS   singer, songwriter, composer  www.giorgosorfanidis.gr

ORFANIDIS, LAKIS   guitar

OUTITOUDIS, ANDREAS  bass guitar



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PAGKOZIDIS, GIANNIS   percussion

PALAVRATZIS, VASILIS  violin

PALAPOUIKIDIS, GIANNIS  clarinet, flogera

PAMPOUKIDOU, AGGELIKI  songwirter, composer

PANAGIOTIDIS, CHRISTOS  singer, songwriter

PANAGIOTIDIS, CHRISTOS  singer

PANAGIOTIDIS, GEORGIOS  flogera

PANAGIOTIDIS, KOSMAS  lyra, singer

PANAGIOTIDIS, KOSTAS  lyra, singer, songwriter

PANAGIOTIDOU, KATERINA  singer

PANITSIDIS, EFSTATHIOS   songwriter, author, playwright

PANTELIDIS, GIANNIS  percussion

PANTELIDIS, GIORGOS  percussion

PAPADOPOULOS, ALEXANDROS  percussion

PAPADOPOULOS, ANDREAS  percussion

PAPADOPOULOS, ANTONIS  lyra, singer

PAPADOPOULOS, CHRISTOS  singer, songwriter, composer

PAPADOPOULOS, DIMITRIOS   singer

PAPADOPOULOS, DIMITRIOS   touloum aggeion

PAPADOPOULOS, GIORGOULIS  clarinet, composer

PAPADOPOULOS, ILIAS  composer  

PAPADOPOULOS, ILIAS  lyra

PAPADOPOULOS, IOANNIS  songwriter

PAPADOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS I.  percussion

PAPADOPOULOS, KOSTAS  keyboards, accordion

PAPADOPOULOS, KOSTAS  singer

PAPADOPOULOS, KOSTAS (AKRITAS)  lyra, singer

PAPADOPOULOS, KOSTAS  flogera

PAPADOPOULOS, KYRIAKOS  keyboards, composer

PAPADOPOULOS, L.   percussion

PAPADOPOULOS, LAZAROS  clarinet

PAPADOPOULOS, MAKIS   keyboards

PAPADOPOULOS, N.   songwriter

PAPADOPOULOS, RODOLFOS (ROULIS)  percussion

PAPADOPOULOS, SERAFEIM   percussion  

PAPADOPOULOS, STERGIOS  singer

PAPADOPOULOS, TAKIS  singer, songwriter, composer

PAPADOPOULOS, TAKIS (DIMITRIOS)  lyra, songwriter

PAPADOPOULOS, THEOFILOS  lyra

PAPADOPOULOS, VASILIS songwriter, composer

PAPADOPOULOU, GIOTA  singer

PAPADOPOULOU, GIOTA  singer

PAPADOPOULOU, KATERINA   outi, daire, singer, percussion

PAPADOPOULOU, KATERINA   songwriter

PAPADOPOULOU, PITSA  singer

PAPADOPOULOU, SOFIA  singer, songwriter, composer  

PAPADOPOULOU, SOFIA  singer

PAPAFOTIOU, SOCRATES  percussion  

PAPAGERIDIS, DIMITRIOS  songwriter

PAPAGERIDIS, GIANNIS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

PAPAGERIDIS, GIORGOS  singer

PAPAGERIDIS, KONSTANTINOS  singer, songwriter

PAPAGERIDIS, KOSTAS  singer

PAPAGIANNIDIS, POLIOS  singer, flogera , touloum aggeion, zournas , songwriter, composer

PAPAHATZIS, PANAGIOTIS  keyboards

PAPANASTASIOU, VANGELIS  clarinet

PAPANTONIOU, VASILIS  singer

PAPAPROKOPIOU, KOSTAS  laouto

PAPAVRAMIDIS, NIKOS lyra, singer

PAPAZOGLOU, NIKOS singer

PAPAZOGLOU, SOFIA  singer

PAPPAS, ANDREAS percussion

PARALIS, THEODOROS  singer

PARAPONIARIS, VASILIS  guitarist

PARASKEVOPOULOS, GIORGOS  touloum aggeion

PARASTATIDIS, IOANNIS  songwriter

PARHARIDIS, ALEXANDROS  singer, songwriter, composer

PARHARIDIS, CHRISTOS   lyra, , touloum aggeion, singer, songwriter

PARHARIDIS, HARALAMBOS   lyra, touloum aggeion, flogera, composer

PARHARIDIS, STATHIS  lyra, singer, songwriter

PARIADRIS, ORFEAS songwriter

PASCHALIDIS, LAZAROS touloum aggeion

PASCHALIDIS, VASILIS singer

PAVLIDIS, LAMBIS  singer

PAVLIDIS, MAKIS  lyra, composer

PAVLIDIS, NIKOS  singer, songwriter, composer

PAVLIDIS, ORFEAS  composer

PAVLIDIS, PANTELIS  lyra, songwriter, composer

PAVLIDIS, POLIS  lyra, singer, songwriter, composer

PAVLIDIS, SAVVAS  singer, keyboards

PAVLIDIS, STATHIS  singer

PAVLIDIS, THEODOROS  singer, composer

PELIKPASIDIS, GRIGORIS singer

PESIRIDIS, MICHALIS  singer

PETRIDIS, AMANATIOS  composer

PETRIDIS, DIMITRIS  songwriter, composer

PETRIDIS, GIORGOS  composer

PETRIDIS, GOGOS  (PATRIARCH)   lyra, singer

PETRIDIS, KOSTAS   lyra

PETRIDIS, MAKIS  composer, songwriter

PETRIDIS, SAVVAS  lyra, guitar, percussion

PETRIDIS, STAVROS  lyra, singer

PETRIDIS, STAVROS  lyra, composer

PETROPOULOS, ILIAS  lyra

PEXANIS, DIMITRIS  guitar

PILALIDIS, GIANNIS  percussion  

PILALIDIS, ANTONIS  singer

PILIANTIS, GIANNIS  percussion

PINTZILEOS, APOSTOLOS laouto

PIPERIDIS, DIMITRIS   lyra

PIPERIDIS, GIORGOS   lyra

PIPERIDIS, KOSTAS   lyra

PITSOS, KOSTAS   laouto

POLYCHRONIDIS, GIANNIS   percussion  

POIMENIDIS, BABIS  songwriter

POIMENIDIS, IOANNIS   guitar

PORFYRIDIS, ANASTASIOS  singer

POUGARIDOU, PARTHENA   recitation

POULANTSAKLIS, GIORGOS  kemane, songwriter  www.kemanes.gr

POULIKIDIS, NIKOS  singer

POURSANIDIS, GIANNIS  singer

POURSANIDIS, TRIANTAFYLLOS  singer

POUTAHIDIS, THEOFILOS  lyra, singer, composer, songwriter

POZIADIS, BABIS  keyboards

PRASONTA, CHRISTINA singer

PRASONTAS, VASILIS bass player

PRITSIS, SOTIRAKIS  keyboards, composer

PSATHAS, GIORGOS  percussion

PSATHAS, KOSTAS  percussion  

PSOMIADIS, D.  singer

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Ο Παντελής Παυλίδης γεννήθηκε το 1959 στον Λευκώνα Σερρών. Εκεί έξησε τα πρώτα 13 χρόνια της ζωής του μεγαλώνοντας δίπλα στον παππού και τη γιαγιά του. Η μουσική του δράση ξεκινάει ήδη από τα μαθητικά του χρόνια, όταν με τη σχολική μπάντα του Λευκώνα παίζει μαντολίνο, φλογέρα και αργότερα κιθάρα. Σε ηλικία 14 χρονών μετοικεί στην Καλαμαριά Θεσσαλονίκης, όπου και ζει μόνιμα ως σήμερα με την οικογένεια του.

Την ποντιακή λύρα την πρωτοπιάνει στα χέρια του σε ηλικία 25 ετών, παρόλο που ήδη πολύ νωρίτερα έχει διαμορφωθεί ως φορέας της πολιτιστικής μας κληρονομιάς, μέσω της αδιάκοπης επαφής του με τα ακούσματα των σκοπών του Πόντου. Το τίμημα της ορθής εκμάθησης ενός λαϊκού μουσικού οργάνου με ιδιαίτερες δυσκολίες και ιδιομορφίες όπως η λύρα, και μάλιστα σε μια προχωρημένη ηλικία, ήταν επίπονο και απαίτησε πολύ χρόνο. Περιελάμβανε την 15ετή μελέτη του οργάνου, την ακρόαση και αφομοίωση πολλών μαγνητοταινιών με ηχητικό υλικό, την αδιάκοπη εμπειρική μαθητεία του δίπλα σε δασκάλους και βέβαια την πράξη, αναμφισβήτητη λειτουργία κάθε λαϊκού ερμηνευτή, δηλαδή την άσκηση της τέχνης του σε κάθε λογής ποντιακές εκδηλώσεις (γάμους, γιορτές, χοροεσπερίδες κ.ά.). Εδώ αξίζει να αναφερθούμε στους δύο σημαντικούς δασκάλους του Παντελή: τον Τάκη Σαχινίδη, γνωστό λυράρη της Καλαμαριάς και ΄φιλο του Γώγου, αείμνηστου δασκάλου και ερμηνευτή της ποντιακής λύρας, καθώς και το λυράρη και συνθέτη Ηλία Παπαδόπουλο, δίπλα στον οποίο ασκείται μα και συνδημιουργεί για 5 περίπου χρόνια.

Από το 1990 ως το 1998, ο Παντελής εμφανίζεται σε διάφορα μέρη της Ελλάδας ως μέλος συγκροτημάτων παραδοσιακής μουσικής, όπως οι: ΠΑΝΑΣ, ΜΕΣΟΓΕΙΟΣ, ΑΕΝΑΑΙ ΝΕΦΕΛΑΙ κ.ά. Το 1992 εκπροσωπεί την ποντιακή μουσική παράδοση στο 2ο μεσογειακό φεστιβάλ λύρας Κάσου, ενώ τα τελευτάια 10 χρόνια ασχολείται συστηματικά και με την καρπαθιώτικη λύρα. Ταυτόχρονα, και μέσα από την τριβή του με μουσικές παραδόσεις, πέραν της ποντιακής, και παίζοντας μαζί με άλλα όργανα, όπως κρητικό λαούτο, κρουστά της Μεσογείου, κανονάκι, σαντούρι, νέυ, η συνοδεύοντας τραγουδιστές, διαμορφώνει μια προσωπική μουσική συνείδηση. Η μουσική του αγκαλιάζει μεν όλα τα χαρακτηριστικά ύφους και τεχνικής της ποντιακής λύρας, χωρίς όμως να κλείνει τις πόρτες της σε κάθε άλλη μορφή λαϊκής ή έντεχνης δημιουργίας. Γνώμονας των επιλογών του είναι πάντα η υπηρέτηση της ατομικής του δημιουργικότητας και φαντασίας, αλλά και του ίδιου του οργάνου του, της λύρας, που την κάνει να τραγουδάει με φυσικότητα και ομορφιά, χωρίς το βάρος της τεχνικής υπερβολής ή της μουσικής στρέβλωσης.

Από το 1999 είναι μέλος του ARMOS ENSEMBLE, με το οποίο συνερμηνεύει μουσική της Μεσογείου και παρουσιάζεται σε συναυλίες, στην Ελλάδα και στο εξωτέρικο.

 




Pantelis was born in 1959 in Lefkona, Serres region. He lived the first 13 years of his life growing up next to his grandparents. His musical activities commence during his school years, when with the Lefkona's school band he plays mandolin, flute, and later guitar. At the age of 14 he moves to Thessaloniki's suburb of Kalamaria, where he has been permanently residing with his family ever since.

His first contact with the Pontian lyra was eventuated at the age of 25, even though a lot earlier he had already been moulded into a medium of his cultural heritage, through his uninterrupted contact with the sounds of Pontos tunes.

The price of learning correctly a popular musical instrument with particular difficulties and singularities, such as the lyra, and especially doing so at an advanced age, was painful and required a long time. It included the 15 year period of studying the instrument, listening to and absorbing many tapes with audio material, his uninterrupted empirical study at the side of teachers and, of course the practice, his involvement in the undisputed activity of every folk artist, i.e. practicing his art at every type of Pontian musical manifestations (weddings, festivals, dances etc.). It is worth mentioning the two most important of Panteli's teachers: Takis Sahinidis, well known lyra player from Kalamaria and friend of the unforgettable Gogos, teacher and player of the Pontian lyra, as well as the lyra player and composer Elias Papadopoulos, next to whom Pantelis is trained and creates for approximately 5 years.

From 1990 to 1998, Pantelis appeared in various parts of Greece as a member of traditional music groups such as Panas, Mesogios, Aenae Nefele and others. In 1992 he represents the Pontian musical tradition at the 2nd Mediterranean Lyra Festival of Kassos, while during the last ten years he is systematically occupied with the Carpathian lyra.

At the same time and through his experience with musical traditions beyond the Pontian one and playing instruments such as the Cretan lute, percussion instruments of the Mediterranean, kanonaki, santouri, ney, as well as working with singers, he forms a personal musical conscience. His music, although embracing all the features of style and technique of the Pontian lyra, does not close its doors to any other form of folk or artistic creation. The rule of his choices is always the serving of his personal creativity and imagination, but of his instrument itself, too, the lyra, which when it sings, it does it in such a natural and beautiful way, without the weight of the technical superfluity or the musical distortion.

Since 1990 he is a member of the Armos Ensemble with which he co-interprets Mediterranean music and he appears in concerts, in Greece and abroad.

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« Yanıtla #6 : Haziran 05, 2006, 09:33:25 ÖÖ »
Mumul; thanks... :)

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« Yanıtla #7 : Haziran 05, 2006, 02:27:05 ÖS »
he's from Kavakli, koyim... ;)
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« Yanıtla #8 : Haziran 05, 2006, 02:43:25 ÖS »
Ο Ηλίας Παπαδόπουλος γεννήθηκε στο χωριό Μεσόβουνο Κοζάνης το 1951 από Πόντιους γονείς. Στα είκοσι χρόνια που έζησε στην Γερμανία ξεκίνησε αυτοδίδακτος παίζοντας κιθάρα και μπουζούκι συμμετέχοντας και οργανώνοντας μουσικά συγκροτήματα.. Σπούδασε αρχιτεκτονική 91978-1983) και αμέσως μετά σύνθεση στο Βερολίνο στην Ανώτατη Σχολή Καλών Τεχνών W. Szalonek. Το 1984 επιστρέφει στην Ελλάδα όπου μελτά και παίζει μουσική των λαών της Ανατολής και κυρίως του Πόντου. Οι συνθέσεις του που έχουν το ύφος παραδοσιακής αλλά και σύγχρονης μουσικής έχουν παιχτεί Βερολίνο, Αθήνα , Θεσσαλονίκη, Λονδίνο, Βοστώνη, Ν. Υόρκη. Δύο από τις συνθέσεις του έχουν βραβευτεί, σε Αθήνα και Βοστώνη.
Θεωρώντας την ποντιακή μουσική από τις πιο αρχέγονες μουσικές αντιλήψεις και πιστεύοντας στις δυνατότητες της ποντιακής λύρας  συνθέτει το 1988 το
»κονσέρτο για λύρα και ορχήστρα» . Το 1990 ιδρλυει στην Θεσσαλονίκη «Σχολή Λύρας» σχολή παραδοσιακής μουσικής. Από το 1992 διδάσκει στο τμήμα μουσικών σπουδών του Αριστοτέλειου Πανεπιστήμιου Θεσσαλονίκης.
Έργα του «Κονσέρτο για Λύρα και Ορχήστρα», «Ορφεία Γύρις», «Μούσα Δακρύουσα», «Μούσα της Ανάστασης», «Έαρ Πενθ’χαρμον»….

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« Yanıtla #9 : Haziran 05, 2006, 02:44:23 ÖS »
Elias Papadopoulos was given birth in  village Mesobouno Kozani in 1951 from Pontian parents. In the twenty years that lived in Germany began self-instructive playing guitar and mpouzouki participating and organising musical groups. He studied architectural (1978-1983) and immediately afterwards composition in Berlin in the Maximum Faculty of Beaux Arts W. Szalonek. In 1984 return in Greece where studis and plays music of Anatolia People and mainly of Pontus. His compositions that have the style traditional but also modern music have been played Berlin, Athens, Thessalonica, London, Boston, N. York. Two from his compositions  have been rewarded, in Athens and Boston. Considering Pontus music as one of the most  brimeval musical perceptions and believing in the possibilities of Pontus Lyra he composes in 1988 ” Concert for Lyra  and Orchestra”. In 1990 establishs in Thessalonica “Faculty of Lyras” faculty of traditional music. Since 1992 he teaches in the department of musical study of Aristotelian University Thessalonica.
Some of his works: “Concert for Lyra and Orchestra”, “Orfeia Gyris”, “Musa Dakryousa”, “Musa tis Anastasis”, “Ear Penth' charmon”......
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Greek bagpipers
« Yanıtla #10 : Haziran 07, 2006, 10:08:00 ÖÖ »


A picture from Panagia Soumela, 1900's.


Istanbul, 1926. Bulgarian refugees "Turkish or Pomaks?" dancing. Traditional dance horo and traditional instrument gaida.

Bagpipes in Turkey:

Dankiyo: Trabzon, tulum (Turks, Greeks)
Tulum: Rize, Artvin, Erzurum (Turks, Lazs, Georgians, Armenians)
Gaida: Trakia (Turks, Bulgars)



Karagoz plays gaida (He's a Thracian), most famous actor of Turkish Shadow theatre.

Traditional bagpipers in Greece? Except Pontics
Crete?, Macedonia?....
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« Yanıtla #11 : Haziran 07, 2006, 11:49:16 ÖÖ »
The ancient greek term is : askavlos.
Aski=skin, goatskin
Avlos=pipe.
This  traditional instrument is also used in greek islands. Dodecanese, Cyclades,Lemnos....
In those areas use the term "tsampouna", from italian term "zampogna" evolution of latin term "symphonia".


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« Yanıtla #12 : Haziran 07, 2006, 11:54:00 ÖÖ »
Tsimponi and chimbon still used in Trabzon region for reed flutes.

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« Yanıtla #13 : Haziran 08, 2006, 01:02:52 ÖÖ »
 :)  :)  :)  :)  :)
Very interesting information.

Finally,  culture  has not borders, neither the borders can prevent it.

Whether or not  culture is  an important arm against any form nationalism.

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« Yanıtla #14 : Haziran 13, 2006, 12:20:54 ÖS »
A scene of musical event “Sounds of Black Sea”
that realized in Athens 10-6-2006 in ancient roman market.
Kemenceci :Pantelis Pavlidis
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