1 edition of Rebetika found in the catalog.
by Komboloi in Athens
|Statement||edited by Katharine Butterworth and Sara Schneider.|
|Contributions||Butterworth, Katharine., Schneider, Sara.|
|LC Classifications||PA5285 .R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||78359439|
Rebetika has been compared to the American blues, the Portuguese fado, and the Spanish flamenco. Music From the Old Greek Underworld is an electrifying story of the anguish of a people uprooted from their ancestral homes. The tradition of rebetika song is at the root of all that is most vibrant and subversive in the popular music of modern Greece. In its origins it is the music of the poor, the dispossessed, the refugees and the migrants who came to Greece from Asia Minor before and after the First World War.4/5(41).
The best definition of Rebetika is given by Gail Holst in her book The Road to Rebetika: "What was special about the Rebetika song was the combination between traditional musical forms of the Eastern Mediterranean and the words of the songs, which dealt with the life of the urban underworld and the less reputable elements of the society.". rempetika tragoudia / ρεμπέτικα τραγούδια: Books - Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Textbooks Kindle Books Audible Audiobooks Livres en français5/5(1).
The songs in this book are a sampling of the urban folk songs of Greece during the first half of the 20th century. They are the creative expression of an urban subculture whose members the Greeks commonly called rebetes. These rebetes were people living a marginal and often underworld existence on the fringes of established society, disoriented and struggling to maintain themselves in the. Rebetika Hotel is rated "Very good" by our guests. Take a look through our photo library, read reviews from real guests and book now with our Price Guarantee. We’ll even let you know about secret offers and sales when you sign up to our emails/10(33).
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Trade Paperback. Condition: New Book from Greece. The rise of rebetika in the Greek underworld in the early years of this century, the basis for the popular bouzouki music of selection of articles Pbk.
illus. Condition: (New - will be sent to you direct from the publisher in Greece). Seller Inventory # The book comes without name index, discography or bibliography, and contains statements like "research on rebetika has not yet begun".
Now, maybe nobody apart from Yannis bey did anything worthwhile, but a perusal of the internet yields a goodish number of book 1/5(1).
The tradition of rebetika song is at the root of all that is most vibrant and subversive in the popular music of modern Greece. In its origins it is the music of the poor, the dispossessed, the refugees and the migrants who came to Greece from Asia Minor before and after the First World Rebetika book.
The songs I have chosen are my favorites, some old rembetika, some new rembetika and some laika which is what rembetika metamorphosed into with influences from all other types of Greek music.
I have used mostly later recordings of the songs because the sound quality is better and they are more likely to get you to go out and start your collection. Rebetika Hotel is rated "Very Good" by our guests. Take a look through our photo library, read reviews from real guests and book now Rebetika book our Price Guarantee.
We’ll even let you know about secret offers and sales when you sign up to our emails/10(33). The tradition of rebetika song is at the root of all that is most vibrant and subversive in the popular Rebetika book of modern Greece. In its origins it is the music of the poor, the dispossessed, the refugees and the migrants who came to Greece from Asia Minor before and after the First World Greek edition of this book is entitled Rebetology, thus according this musical and social subculture.
Rebetiko is "outsider" Greek music, Turkish influenced, maybe started, in some ways, in the early twentieth century, very popular now in Greece and in that region, and I so wanted to like this lovely book, showing how cool, funky musicians were being put down in by rising Greek fascism as in other countries at that time, decrying "decadence" by the state but this was annoyingly confusing /5.
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Rebetika traces their struggle through the evolution of their music—enriched by new challenges and a sense of tragedy for which the Greeks are famous.
Rebetika has been compared to the American blues, the Portuguese fado, and the Spanish ka is a fascinating history of the anguish of an uprooted people from their ancestral homes.
(REBETIKA KAI LAIKA TRAGOUDIA # 1. 8 STRINGS BOUZOUKI. 10 GREEK BOUZOUKI SONGS WITH TAB. The WORDS OF THE SONGS ARE IN GREEK.
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Discover genuine guest reviews for Rebetika Hotel along with the latest prices and availability – book now/5(67). Get this from a library. Songs of the Greek underworld: the Rebetika tradition. [Ēlias Petropoulos; Ed Emery] -- Songs of the Greek Underworld is not only a learned & erudite text, accompanied by breakdowns of the rhythms & metric patterns of the different musics & their associated dances, but a reminder of the.
The rebetika songs are hypnotic chants, making it feel like you’re attending a religious ceremony. The live music usually starts around 10 pm and goes on until 4 am, maybe later, depending on the kefi —a Greek concept that roughly translates as a profound passion for living in the moment.
For me, this book provided colorful details of rebetika culture and lifestyle. My grandmother (born in Lesbos)used many of the words mentioned in the text. Her husband, my grandfather, was born and raised in Syros (one of the hot beds of rebetika)/5(3).
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Rembetika Blues, a new documentary by M. Zournazi exploring the heart and soul of Greek music of the streets of ers: Vamvakaris was born in on the Cycladic island of Syros in the locality known as Ano Syros.
At the age of 12, he went to Piraeus, where he learned how to play the bouzouki. In Piraeus, he founded the first rebetika band in Greece. The ultimate book to have on rebetika, though, is E. Petropoulos’ Rebetika Tragoudia. It’s written in Greek. It’s written in Greek. But even if you can’t read Greek, 1/3 of the book is a photo archive, consisting of materials you won’t find anywhere else (in fact, the Petropoulos archive lives at the Gennadeion Library at the American.
Also, a search for rebetika on Amazon apparently is mapped to all forms of the word, and though I haven't counted, looking over the results seems to indicate that rebetika is the most common English language or transliterated form in currently available books and recordings.Songs Of The Greek Underworld book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An introduction to the Greek tradition of the Rebetika /5. videos Play all The Best of Rebetika, Τα καλύτερα Ρεμπέτικα Michael Kassotakis Misirlou - Old Arabic version - Duration: Amina Aliviews.