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ΠΟΕΣΙΣ ΑΝΔ ΜΥΣΙΚ WAS AND STILL IS A LOGOS OF IRENE (4)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  07/09/17) 2.1.2. The Ballad of Mauthausen A very recent survey of the Special Eurobarometer 399 on cultural access andparticipation (published in November 2013) concluded that the European culture loses groundand efforts should be concentrated to bring it … Continue reading

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ΠΟΕΣΙΣ ΑΝΔ ΜΥΣΙΚ WAS AND STILL IS A LOGOS OF IRENE (3)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 13/03/16) George Couroupos25 takes our thought a little step further:“[…] Music is the ultimate limit of poetry in its flight from the sphere of the consciousto that of the unconscious, through a rebaptism of the signifieds, achieved … Continue reading

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ΠΟΕΣΙΣ ΑΝΔ ΜΥΣΙΚ WAS AND STILL IS A LOGOS OF IRENE (3)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  13/03/16) George Couroupos25 takes our thought a little step further:“[…] Music is the ultimate limit of poetry in its flight from the sphere of the consciousto that of the unconscious, through a rebaptism of the signifieds, achieved … Continue reading

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ΠΟΕΣΙΣ ΑΝΔ ΜΥΣΙΚ WAS AND STILL IS A LOGOS OF IRENE (2)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 16/05/15) 1.2. Multilateral cultural diplomacy: U.N.E.S.C.O. and the 150th anniversary for  Cavafy’s birthThe United Nations Educational, Social and Cultural Organization is the leadinginternational organization dealing with the potentials of this soft power on a multilateral basis.As Katalin … Continue reading

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ΠΟΕΣΙΣ ΑΝΔ ΜΥΣΙΚ WAS AND STILL IS A LOGOS OF IRENE (1)

Modern Greek Poetry set to music: a cultural diplomat? Introduction Historically, poetry and music are fraternal twins, since poetry was initially sung rather than  recited1. The American poet Wyn Cooper reminds us of their relationship: “Poetry began as  something that … Continue reading

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