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    Here's more Greek music




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    The Heptapyrgion, also popularly known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule



    The Heptapyrgion (Ancient Greek: Ἑπταπύργιον), modern Eptapyrgio (Επταπύργιο), also popularly known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule (Γεντί Κουλέ), is a Byzantine and Ottoman-era fortress situated on the north-eastern corner of the Acropolis of Thessaloniki in Greece. Despite its name, which in both languages means "Fortress of Seven Towers", it features ten, and was probably named after the Yedikule Fortress in Constantinople (modern Istanbul, Turkey). It served as the major redoubt of the city's acropolis, as well as the seat of its garrison commander in Ottoman times, until the late 19th century. It was then converted to a prison (Φυλακές Επταπυργίου), which remained open until 1989. References to the infamous Yedi Kule prison abound in the Greek rebetika songs.

    The Heptapyrgion is located in the north-eastern corner of the city's acropolis. Although the urban core of the city essentially dates from its foundation by Cassander in 316 BC, the walls that defined the medieval and early modern city, and that are still visible today, date to the late Antiquity, when the Roman emperor Theodosius I (r. 379–395) fortified the city anew. The five northern towers of the Heptapyrgion, along with the curtain wall that connects them, forming the northern corner of the acropolis, probably date to this period. Another theory, dating their construction to the 9th century, has also been brought forth.

    As a prison

    During the 1890s, the fortress was converted into a prison. The prison is well known through its frequent occurrence in the underground rebetiko genre, and many songs feature its colloquial name, Yedi Kule.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellenas View Post
    Rebetiko is Greek music

    The musical roots of rebetiko date back to Byzantine ecclesiastical music and folk song of Asia Minor and of the Aegean islands.
    Who gives a shit if it's greek or not. Lots of garbage is greek. That's not an argument for anything. I certainly didn't suggest it is not, so i don't know wtf you are talking about. I just made a judgement on a particular kind of music, the one you called "urban folk", and its pernicious effect on the entirety of the country's musical culture. An accurate one btw that was held by the majority until mid-century. If you want to ignore that and go on talking nonsense about things i didn't say, i can't stop you.

    Also, every song you posted since, old and contemporary, was just proving my point.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellenas View Post
    Lol, these are all nonsense, are you sure you are Greek or a Balkanian? Why do you call yourself a Balkan trash? Who is dumb and knows nohing about Greek music? Are you sure you are not an impostor pretending you are something else than what you are? And why do you troll ancient Greeks with this avatar? With only 5 posts you can only be considered as a troll!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertiskos View Post
    Who gives a shit if it's greek or not. Lots of garbage is greek. That's not an argument for anything. I certainly didn't suggest it is not, so i don't know wtf you are talking about. I just made a judgement on a particular kind of music, the one you called "urban folk", and its pernicious effect on the entirety of the country's musical culture. An accurate one btw that was held by the majority until mid-century. If you want to ignore that and go on talking nonsense about things i didn't say, i can't stop you.

    Also, every song you posted since, old and contemporary, was just proving my point.



    You must be Kaido/Papastratosels26!

    Too bad for you bouzouki, the neo-pandura, is the ethnic music instrument of Greece as well as the most popular and not Klarino!

    Stop the Epirotan miroloi(there you must see Balkanoklapsomouniasi and Balkanokakomoiria!) and face the facts, you have nothing to base or prove your stupid claims. There always is time to educate yourself though. I hope I helped somehow with your balkanian ignorance or even better with your hatred for the Greeks who ruled over the Balkans as well as over half of the world for 1100 years= the Eastern Greeks you hate so much!

    I'm sure they will ban you soon again, don't worry! I already reported you.
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    Greek Laic music

    Laic song (folk / traditional song) is called that Greek song, given in Greek language, that is harmonized with the style of Greek urban folk music, both from antiquity and later, after the end of the 1950s, when a a new generation of musicians developed from Rebetiko song to Laic music of the time. [1]

    In modern times, Laic song has evolved from Demotic with all its folk traditions and from rebetiko.

    In Smyrna, Constantinople and the other great ports of the empire, Hellenism lives and creates, drawing its tradition from the cultivation of the spirit of world culture. In this powerful and ancient historical tree will come to bloom around the 17th century the modern Laic song of the cities. In Greece in the 1960s, a number of different schools emerged. A music stream of Mediterranean origin (or influence) greatly influenced Laic song, with intense dance music,

    So we have, on the one hand, a homogenized Greek Laic song, with all the idioms of Greek traditional culture, and on the other we have the peculiar musical stream of urban Rebetiko (song of cities), created by the Greek tradition, mainly of the Greeks refugees.


    Λαϊκό τραγούδι (λαϊκό/παραδοσιακό τραγούδι) ονομάζεται εκείνο το τραγούδι των Ελλήνων, δοσμένο σε ελληνική γλώσσα, που είναι εναρμονισμένο στο ύφος της ελληνικής αστικής λαϊκής μουσικής, τόσο από την αρχαιότητα, όσο και μεταγενέστερα, μετά το τέλος της δεκαετίας του 1950, όταν μια νέα γενιά μουσικών αναπτύχθηκε από το ρεμπέτικο τραγούδι, στη λαϊκή μουσική της εποχής.[1]

    Στη σημερινή εποχή το λαϊκό τραγούδι εξελίχθηκε από το δημοτικό με όλες του τις λαϊκές παραδόσεις και το ρεμπέτικο

    Στη Σμύρνη, την Πόλη και τα άλλα μεγάλα λιμάνια της αυτοκρατορίας ο Ελληνισμός ζει και δημιουργεί, αντλώντας κάθε παράδοσή του από την καλλιέργεια του πνεύματος του παγκόσμιου πολιτισμού. Σε αυτό το ισχυρό και πανάρχαιο ιστορικό δέντρο θα έρθει να ανθίσει περί τον 17ο αι. το σύγχρονο λαϊκό τραγούδι των πόλεων. Στην Ελλάδα της δεκαετίας του 1960, μια σειρά από διαφορετικά σχολεία προέκυψαν. Ένα μουσικό ρεύμα μεσογειακής καταγωγής (ή επιρροής) επηρέασε σημαντικά το λαϊκό τραγούδι, με έντονη χορευτική μουσική,

    Έχουμε λοιπόν, από τη μια το κοινό, ομογενοποιημένο ελληνικό λαϊκό τραγούδι, με όλα τα ιδιώματα της ελληνικής παραδοσιακής κουλτούρας κι από την άλλη το ιδιόμορφο μουσικό ρεύμα του αστικού ρεμπέτικου (τραγουδιού των πόλεων), δημιουργημένο από την ελληνική παράδοση, κυρίως των Ελλήνων προσφύγων.

    https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%9B...8D%CE%B4%CE%B9

    More Greek Laic music played with Bouzouki(neo-Pandura)







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    Eastern Greek(Anatolian Greek) folk music and dances.


    Hasapiko(the dance of butchers)



    With influences from the Aegean islander music


    Balos



    Almost same with Aegean Islander


    Syrtos(Syrtobalos)



    Also with Islander elements


    Aptalikos



    Another one with Islander elements


    Zeibekikos



    That in Asia Minor had Islander influences


    Zeibekikos, the dance of bravery in mainland Greece




    Syrtaki



    The evolution of Hasapiko in mainland Greece
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellenas View Post
    You must be Kaido/Papastratosels26!

    Too bad for you bouzouki, the neo-pandura, is the ethnic music instrument of Greece as well as the most popular and not your Klarino!

    Stop the Epirotan miroloi(there you must see Balkanoklapsomouniasi and Balkanokakomoiria!) and face the facts, you have nothing to base or prove your stupid claims. There always is time to educate yourself though. I hope I helped somehow with your balkanian ignorance or even better with your hatred for the Greeks who ruled over the Balkans as well as over half of the world for 1100 years= the Eastern Greeks you hate so much!

    I'm sure they will ban you soon again, don't worry! I already reported you.
    You are all over the place again, no point trying to untagle your idiocy. You should look on that hatred you have for mainland Greeks and your persecution complex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertiskos View Post
    You are all over the place again, no point trying to untagle your idiocy. You should look on that hatred you have for mainland Greeks and your persecution complex.
    Lol, Papastratosels26, the half German - half Balkanian is back to troll the Greeks and try to make them fight each other with the Germanic nonsense he bands! Damn weddings between Greeks and Tourists!

    What hatred for mainland Greeks you talking about you offspring of the SS? I am Mainland Greek as are half of the Greeks who have Anatolian Greek roots and have been assimilated and mixed with mainland Greeks here and 100 years, you stupid Germanicus, lol!

    If you are so stupid as the ass you have put to your avatar, then what can I say, your ass IQ is obvious!

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    It's nice you admit you are a trash in Balkans but you are not really a Balkan but a German trash!


    Go troll in an other thread.
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