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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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LYRA– лира–ΛΥΡΕ (2TEL)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 21/09/14) A photograph of the actual clay tablet on which the Hurrian Hymn was inscribed, can be seen here: The melody is an interpretation by Richard Dumbrill, from the ambiguous Cuneiform text of the Hurrian language in … Continue reading

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LYRA– лира–ΛΥΡΕ (1)

This album is a unique compilation of some of the very best tracks from my many Albums of Ancient Lyre Music. The repertoire on this album includes my arrangement on replica 3000 year old Lyre, of the oldest known written … Continue reading

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