Galani Dimitra

 

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Born: 14-11-1952
Web site: www.galani.gr
From: Greece, Athens

Biography

Dimitra Galani was born in Athens. Her career began as early as adolesence. In 1968, she contributed to the album of D. Moutsis -Н. Gkatsos, "Ena chamogelo" (= a smile), with two songs; that contribution turned out to be the beginning of a long career in the history of music of both her era and Greece. She became a great performer gifted with a beautiful voice and a strong personality that has always prompted her to look into the reasons behind everything.
She has sung the songs of almost every Greek composer (Chatzidakis, Theodorakis, Tsitsanis, Moutsis, Xarchakos, Spanos, Loizos, , Mikroutsikos, Vagelis Papathanasiou,, Savvopoulos, Chatzinasios, Chalaris, Kraounakis and others) and has confirmed the words of some of the most important lyric-writers and poets ( Papadopoulos, Tripolitis, Nikolakopoulou, or Gatsos, Palamas, Elytis, Kavafis, Kavadias ).
Her career currently includes well over 80 albums, and varies from pure Greek folk music to Byzantine hymns and easy listening performances.

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"Σκοπευτήριο"

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13 June 10, 21:10
Το πολιτικό τραγούδι και η μελοποιημένη ποίηση βρίσκονται στην ακμή τους λίγο καιρό μετά την πτώση της δικτατορίας, όταν ο Βασίλης Τσιτσάνης στα μέσα του 1975 αποφασίζει να στρέψει το ενδιαφέρον του κόσμου στη λαϊκή μουσική. Το κάνει με τον καλύτερο δυνατό τρόπο, αφού το «Σκοπευτήριο»...

"Ο κάμπος"

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30 September 10, 01:43

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