Stelios Petrakis | Oi dikoi mou filoi

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Oi dikoi mou filoi

by Stelios Petrakis

Music from Crete and Greece using acoustic Greek instruments. Eastern Mediterranean and Iranian influences. Instrumental compositions as well as Cretan songs.
Genre: World: Mediterranean
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2. Stin Akri Tou Dounia
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3. Fotia
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4. Kyma Kai Vrahos
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5. Lava
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6. Raks Aksagi
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7. Messomoulianitikes Kondylies
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8. Karagumruk
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9. Reng E Yunan
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10. Sitia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Stelios Petrakis belongs to the new generation of Greek musicians. Born into the Cretan musical tradition and having become one of the foremost masters of the Cretan lyra, he subsequently extended his musical interest to other related genres thus leading him to collaborate with many important Greek and foreign musicians.

He performs with his own ensemble in Greece as well as abroad and also works as a soloist with various respected composers and other musical ensembles both in concerts and recordings.

His two personal cds have received exceptional reviews and awards from the Greek and the international press.

The instruments he plays are constructed by Stelios himself and he also records his music in his own studio.


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