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Carla Rees Athens Recital
Η Carla Rees ερμηνεύει έργα για άλτο φλάουτο και μπαρόκ φλάουτο κλασικών και μπαρόκ συνθετών.
Θέατρο RADAR. 8 Νοεμβρίου 2017 21:00
Έργα G.F.Telemann, C.Ph.EBach, J.J.Quantz, M.Oliva, C.Morsink, S.Frew, Ν. Χαριζάνος, Π.Θεοδοσίου, (Flow για σόλο άλτο φλάουτο) Κ.Ρεκλείτη, Κ.Ναντζόρου

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Next Concerts:
Carla Rees Athens Recital
Carla Rees on Classical and Modern Composers
at Radar Theater (Ag. Ioannou & Pytheiou, Athens, Greece)
November 08, 2017 21:00 Carla Rees performs on alto flute and baroque flute works by G.F.Telemann, C.P.E.Bach, J.J.Quantz, M.Oliva, C.Morsink, S.Frew, N.Harizanos, P.Theodossiou, (Flow for alto flute solo) K.Rekleiti, K.Mantzorou
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Ένωση Ελλήνων Μουσουργών

Α. Compositions

1. “Phos Ilaron”, for mixed choir (1984). The  first, in chronological order, work of the composer, the result of his theological quest. It is a setting of an early Christian era hymn known as “Epilihnios”, which is in use today in the Orthodox ritual.  Written in a rather chromatic style, having no relation with the melodic line of the traditional hymn, the work attempts to express the intense agony and passion at the beginning of one’s prayer, up to the final “apatheia”, the inner sense of fulfillment in his soul. A state of being without any passion as a consequence of divine energy, the action of divine light (“phos”). The Adagio for string orchestra (2005) is based in this work.
2. “Paraklisis”, for clarinet solo (1991). The first of composer’s works written  in a modern progressive idiom. It is based in symmetry of intervals and their gradual transformation. It is a musical equivalent of someone’s experience by attending the “Paraklitikos Canon to Virgin Mary” a very famous ritual which takes place in Eastern Orthodox Church at August. The work is divided in  7 parts:
a. Ritual,
b. Prayer Ι (bird song),
c. Offer,
e. Dance (mystic waltz),
d. Prayer ΙΙ (recitativo),
e. Expectation,
f. The Miracle.
In its stage form, the work, includes an introduction with two monastery “talanton”, (a percussive piece of wood, monks  use for ceremonial calling) sounding in a canon before the sound of a censer. A narrator recites hymns (“troparion”) from the ceremony between the parts.
The work draw the attention of exquisite performers as Michel Arrignion, Stathis Kiosoglou (first and second
performance in Athens in 1991-1992) and Giannis Sabrovalakis who under the artistic direction of Theodor Antoniou gave a performance at the 3d Sacred Festival in island Patmos (2003). He also recorded the work for a coming up CD production.
In its version for oboe solo (2002), it has been perfomed by Spyros Kontos at "Ionian Academy Music Hall"
in Corfu, in 2010, who also recorded the work for his personal CD "Metamorphosis". http://oboemetamorphosis.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/theodossiou-paraklisis/ 
3. “Ritual”, for oboe solo, (1991). Transcription of the first part of  “Paraklisis” (1991).
4. “Cadenzae”, for clarinet and viola (1994). Written for the duo Stathis Kiosoglou – Natassa Ananna is a study in the classical style in two parts, Cadenza I and II, for the 2st and 3d movement respectively of the double concerto for clarinet and viola by Josef Fialla. The performance took place by the same duo with the “Athens String Orchestra” in 1994 at “Athens Megaron”.
5. “Triodion”,  for alto flute, English horn and basset horn   “… like a dry and thirsty land that has no water.” Psalm 63,1 (1996). An Ode for these three monophonic instruments, a reference to the,    period of the orthodox  church calendar under the same name. The musical idiom here is closer to the traditional tonality with some hints from jazz harmony.
The 5 parts are:
a. Wandering
b. Thoughts
c. Remembrance
d. Hesitation
e. Decision and Passion
The work attempts to express the anxiety and the agony of a believer on his personal way to heaven. It has been performed by Katerina Cenz , Giannis Papagiannis and Stathis Kiosoglou at “Philippos Nakas” Concert Hall, Athens in 1996 and by Nikos Halkias, Georgia Konstantopoulou and Vassilis Paraskeuopoulos  at “Athenaeum” Concert Hall, Athens as well in 2004 .
6. “Anakrasis”, for piano solo (1999). Written for the final concert of the seminar “Piano Music of 20th Century” by pianist Efi Agrafioti the work is dedicated to her. It follows the intervallic symmetry of  “Paraklisis” (1991) but  in  a more  free  way  and with  the  use  of  traditionally tonic elements. Here the composer taking advantage  of the particular sonority of different regions of the  instrument,  attempts to « describe » the “anakrasis” the transubstantiation of the consecrated bread and wine to body and blood of Jesus Christ in the ritual of  the Holly Mass. The performance took place the same year by the composer in the final concert of the seminar at “Athens Cultural Centre”, recorded as well by the “Hellenic Radio Television” and came up on a CD production by “MOTIVO” under the title “Piano Works by Greek Composers”.
It   has  also  been  performed  by  Valeria  Athanasiadou  At “Athenaeum”  Concert Hall”,  Athens  in  2002 and by Eleni Papaspyrou in "Lillian Voudouri" Library Hall, Athens Concert Hall in 2015.
7. “Little Studies”, for piano solo (1998 – 2002). 12 Studies,( 1st  and 2nd  volume) each of different style, character and technical demands using at the beginning a very simple tonic idiom,  growing gradually  to apply  composition with symmetry of intervals, jazz harmony and free serialism. Parts of the work has been performed by Valeria Athanasiadou at “Athenaeum” Concert Hall”, Athens in 2002.
a. “First Steps”, for the Five Fingers
b. “Gnome”, for the Staccatto  ( to Gyorgy Ligeti)
c. “Clouds”, for the “Tenutae”
d. “Gallop”, for the Crossing Hands
e. “ A Knight’s Fanfare”, for the Chords
f. “Sentiments”, for the sonority (to Bernard Hermmann)
a. “Nocturne”, for the Sostenuto Pedal (to Keith Jarret)
b. “Sorrow”, for Multiple Layers
c. “Step by Step”, for the Wrist
d. “Riddle”, for the Subtle Dynamics (to Anton Webern)
e. “Fire Dance”, for the Large Intervals (to Arnold Scoenberg)
f. “Jazzy”, for the “Swing” Feeling (to Thelonius Monk and Cecil Taylor)
8. “Barcarole”, for orchestra ( 2002). Short orchestral “comment” of romantic-impressionistic style, part of “Music and Vision”, a composer’s collection   about sound and image (music for theatre, cinema, television or just imaginary visions).
9. “Epic Overture”, for synthesizers and large orchestra (2002). An orchestral overture of epic-romantic character written for an hypothetical overproduction. From the  composer’s collection  “Music and Vision”.
10. “M”, for piano, double bass and orchestra, (2002). A symphonic study in jazz idiom dedicated to Michel Legrand.  From the  composer’s collection  “Music and Vision”.
11.“Landscape in Heaven”, for mixed choir and orchestra. (2002).  Another short “comment” from the  composer’s collection  “Music and Vision”. From the depths of one’s soul to the glory of the  heights  of heaven.
12.“Prelude” ( Occhi di Mare or Agean Sea), for piano solo (2002). Short piece of  “leggiero” character in the “Lied” form. From the composer’s  collection  “Music and Vision”. Included in the 2016 cd production "Greek Piano Waves" with  Anita Savic on the piano by "Prime Marine Corporation".
13. “Our First Night”, for small orchestral ensemble, (2002). Title music of the movie on the same name by Zoe Xanthopoulou  (Drama  Festival 2003).  From the   composer’s collection  “Music and  Vision” as well.
14.“Seven Times Twelve”, for baritone saxophone and double bass (2002). Short dodecaphonic   piece of “swing” character in which   a twelve note row is used seven times. From the  composer’s collection  “Music and Vision”.
15. “Strange Visitors”, for string quartet (2002). A suspense “sequence”  for an    imaginary  horror  movie.  Later  the introduction of “String Quartet”(2006).  From the composer’s collection  “Music  and  Vision” as well.
16. “Music for an hypothetical T.V. Series of the 70’s”, for jazz band, (2002). From the same collection “Music and Vision”.
17.a. “L.A. Nights”, for jazz-rock ensemble and orchestra, (2002)
b.“Funk ‘n Latin”, for jazz-rock ensemble, (2002)
c. “China Waltz”, for ethnic ensemble, (2002)
d. “Space Walk”, for synthesizers and orchestra, (2002)
e. “Cruisin’”, for voices,  techno ensemble, brass and strings. (2002).
f. “Crystal Curtain”, for synthesizers, (2002)
g. “The Winner”, for jazz-rock ensemble and orchestra, (2002)     
ι.«Συρτός» for santouri, (2002)
Short works for commercial use. From the same collection “Music and Vision”.
18. “Fuga”, A Portrait, Hommage a J.S.Bach, (2002)
a. Strings Version,
b. Baroque Trio Version,
c. Church Organ Version and “Air”, A Portrait, Hommage a J.S.Bach, for baroque ensemble (2002). Compositional studies under the guidance by Michalis Travlos. From the same collection “Music  and Vision”.
19. “Tristraton (Oidipus Blindness), for oboe and percussion (2002).
Written for an imaginary performance of  the  famous scene of  
“Oidipus” by Sofokles. From “Music  and Vision”also.
20.“Nocturne”,  for flute, oboe (or clarinet), cello and piano (2003). An extended dodecaphonic   work in the form of theme and variations. Its mystic mood (like a all night long ritual) follows the strict composing process. It is divided in seven parts: Theme, Var. I – V, and Epilogue. The 5th Variation is a greek dance (Danza alla Greca).
Because of the demanding and soloistic part of the cello, the work could be a concertino  for this instrument. The performance took place at the “Hellenic American Union” Theatre by the Hellenic Ensemble for Contemporary Music under Iakovos Konitopoulos.
21. “Thrinos”, for cello solo (2003), 3d Variation from “Nocturne”  for flute, oboe, cello and piano (2003).
It has been performed by Photini Nikolopoulou at “Athenaeum” Concert Hall, Athens in 2003 and by Kostis Theos at "Ph. Nakas" Concert Hall, Athens in 2010. In the same year the work have been transcribed for viola solo.
22.“Dance Scenes”, for wind quintet, “Hear the Voice inside You …” (2003). Written in a strict and abstract dodecaphonic style, follows  the form of a theme and 12  variations- miniatures   (in the style of  Webern) with an  epilogue. There is an emphasis between the  intervallic and motivic interrelations of the initial tone row and the planning of the work. 
In its 2008 version has 4 mouvements:
I."Riddle" (to Yannis Christou)
II."Gnome" (to Gyorgy Ligeti)
III."Fire Dance" (to Arnold Scoenberg)
IV."Choreograpical Variations (to Anton Webern and Igor Stravinsky)
 It has a chorographical character and is  dedicated to the composers above, following their compositional style.
23. “Dance Sketches”, for violin and piano (2003). Four dance like concertante   pieces, each of them a portrait of a composer and a study of his style. A Tango or a Milonga  for Nikos Skalkotas, a Waltz for Alban Berg, a Pas de deux  for Paul Hintemith, and a Sarabande and Capriccio for G.F.Haendel και Igor  
Stravinsky respectively. The work performed by Spyros Travlos and Panagiotis Archontidis at “Athenaeum” Concert Hall, Athens, in the same year.
24. “Romanza”, for oboe and strings (2003). Incidental music for the narration of the novel “Eros Iros” by Alexandros Papadiamantis  for a CD production by Geitonas School.  A romantic and lyrical composition in the form of the Lied. The work was performed by oboe soloist Isidora Kopsida and Psychiko Youth Orchestra under composer's musical direction at Psychiko Catholic Church in 2016.
25. “The Fallen Dervish”, (2004)
a. The Fallen Dervish, for ney solo
b. Dance of the Fallen Dervish, for ethnic ensemble
c. Farewell of the Fallen Dervish, for ney and psalt singers ensemble Incidental music for the  narration of the novel  “The Fallen Dervish” by Alexandros Papadiamantis  for a CD production by Geitonas School as well.  An attempt for practice in old traditional musical forms of the past.
26. “Temptations”, Dialogues for clarinet and viola (2004),  The work written for the duo: Giannis Sabrovalakis-Andreas  Georgotas in a programmatic character, is a series of variations  in  a concertante style. The exposition of intervallic and motivic elements in the introduction (In the Desert), leads suddenly and unexpectedly (as it fits to a temptation) to 9 short appearances - disguises (Apparitions) - the 5th is a prayer and the 8th  a Devil’s Dance. Finale (Flames) is in the peak of technical and expressional demands. Large intervals growing high like a cry to the listener between the two instruments and the strict contrapuntal writing suggest an interchange of roles between the tempting one and the other being tempted. Devil’s Dance and Finale rearranged later as parts of the “String Quartet”  (2006).
27.“Fantasia Concertante”,for cello and large orchestra (2004).  The almost traditionally tonic idiom of the work is a turning point for the composer’s thinking to more simple forms and easy to comprehend musical language. The tempos (Maestoso con moto – Poco meno mosso – L’ istesso tempo ma  espressivo e tranquillo – Lento – Tempo primo)  and the overall character is one of a romantic concerto. It is dedicated to Manos Hatzidakis and  composer believes that it has something from him and his music..
28. “Eros”, for cello solo, “Love shattered my mind, like a storm in an oak forest on the mountainside.”«Έρος δ’ ετίναξέ μοι φρένας, ως άνεμος κατ’ όρος δρυσίν εμπέτων.» Sappho  (V, 47 Lobel – Page) (2005), The work was a commission by the Thomas Tamvakos Greek Composers Archive. The power of love as Sappho poetically saw it and the composer musically hear it thousand years later. In a mystic and romantic-expressionistic as well mood “Eros” is based in a dialectical juxtaposition between the ancient Greek spirit and the contemporary musical  thinking. The short citations of the famous Orestes stasimo  from the Euripidian trilogy which recurs periodically works as a sacred voice from the past that leads the composer through the centuries and motivates his creativity.   
The work has been performed twice in 2006: by Dimitris Magriotis at “Philippos Nakas” Concert Hall, Athens and by Olga Articopoulou at “EXPO ATHENS” Concert Hall, in the “Anthousa String Festival” receiving a honoured distinction.
In its version for viola solo (2010), it has been performed by Andrea Hemmenway in Composer's Portrait, organized by the "Greek Composers Union" at "Hellenic Conservatory" in Marousi in 2010 and in her personal recital at "Vryssaki Hall", Athens Plaka, the same year.
29.“Adagio”, for string orchestra (2005). It is a rearrangement of  “Phos Ilaron”, for mixed choir (1984) The string writing reveals another aspect of the expressive possibilities of this early work. The work was performed by Psychiko Youth Orchestra under Yiannis Protopapas musical direction at Arssakeion Educational Institute Theater in 2017.
30.“Theme and Variations”, for string orchestra (2005). The work is written especially for the composer’s final composition diploma and has been his second attempt to write a work in a large scale (the first was a cello concerto - fantasia).
The theme, on which ten variations lead to the grandiose  finale,  is written by a composer’s  good friend, Nikos Drelas. The strict polyphonic writing of  the earlier serial works as well as the free homophonic style of the last almost  tonic are here altogether in a almost progressive idiom. The programmatic nature of this composition coexists with the absolute musical sound form. Titles of variations like “Waltz funebre” or “Jazz Polka”, in an austere musical text give the point for a new direction in  composer’s creative thinking. Parts of the work have been performed by Philothei - Psychico Youth Orchestra under the direction of the composer at Benetatou Cultural Center in October 2014.
31. “Little Preludes”, for guitar solo (2004)
a. “Circles”
b. “Fanfare”
c. “Bells”
Short images, little compositional attempts for such an “idiomatic” musical instrument.
32. Toccata and Blues, for harp solo (2006)
A suite for another “idiomatic” musical instrument on old and new forms. “Blues” is dedicated to Michel Legrand and “Toccata” to Francis Poulenc.
33. “Piano Concerto”, for piano and strings (2005).
The work is written in the classical form of a concerto and follows a neoclassical idiom. The three parts are respectively dedicated to:
α. Johannes Brahms – Dmitri Schostakovitch,
β. Bella Bartok
γ. Sergei Prokoffiev – Paul Hinthemith – Johann Sebastian Bachbeing a study of each composer’s style .
The whole work is dedicated to pianist Konstantinos Papadakis. The 3d part has been performed by Lorenda Ramou and Orchestra of Colours under the direction of Miltos Logiadis at Benaki Museum Cocert Hall, Athens in 2006.
34. “The Flying Hat” Scenes of a Fairy Tail, for orchestra (2006)
a. “A Little Fanfare”
b. “The Hatland”
c. “Dad, the Giant Hat”
d. “Dance of the Little Hats”
e. “The Wind”
f. “The Flight”
g. “Farewell”
A fairy tale full of inspiration written by a child was the stimulus for the creation of this polytonal work for orchestra. With humor and innocence, piquant orchestration and cinematic use of the sound, the work is dedicated to the child, Michalis Tillianakis and to Eleutherios Geitonas, director of “Geitonas School” who gave the idea for this project.
The work has been transcribed for piano, 4 hands, for the "Duo Pianismo" recital in "Benetatou" Cultural Center of Psihiko in 2010 and for wind quintet for the "Q innegal" Wind Quintet Concerts in Athens in 2011 ("Attikon Odeion"Conservatory, Art Gallery Café, Athens, Perigiali Theater, Korinthos). Excerpts of the work has been performed by Psychiko Youth Orchestra conducted by the conposer at Arssakeion Educational Institute Theater in 2016.
35. “String Quartet” (2006)
The work is written in the memory of G. Ligeti. It goes  from strict atonal to tonal and almost neoclassical idiom, from inner intense expression to parody and grotesque humour. Elements so characteristic in the musical  language  of the honored composer.
The 5 parts are: 1. Introduction: "Strange Visitors" (Lento misterioso), 2. Scherzo I: Interrupted cha-cha : "Faith's Dance" (Andantino scherzando), 3.Intermezzo: "Et expecto..."(Larghetto semplice), 4. Scherzo II: "Devil's Dance" (Allegro giocoso), 5. Finale: "Flames" (Feroce)
 There is also a programmatic scenario behind the five mouvements of the work: Strange visitors appear threatening or cheating. And suddenly Faith start to dance an interrupted cha –cha.  Expectation stands in the center of the work and in the soul of our hero. Devil’s dance leads to the final test. Flames.  Flames  of  purification or flames of hell?
It has been performed by the ensemble “ALEA III” under Theodor Antoniou at “Tsai Performance Centre”, Boston University in 2007. Parts of the work have been performed by "Athens Bridge Quartet" at Faculty Lounge, Deree College under the project "Composing the String Quartet" of Deree Arts Festival in 2013.
"Athens Bridge Quartet" recorded it ion CD (MOTIVO BQ1070) among Greek Composers Works in 2017.
36. “Asklipiadou Epigramma” for mixed choir (2007)
It is a setting of an ancient “epigramma” of erotic-religious character by the Hellenistic era poet Asklipiadis from Palatinian Anthology (V, 64). The work was a commission by the Thomas Tamvakos Greek Composers Archive.
37. “Aischilus’ Hymn to One God” for vocal ensemble or mixed choir (2007)
A setting of a fragment from “Agamemnon”(“Oresteia”)  by Aeschylus (V,160-166). Characterized by a chromatic melody and of remote progress harmony, the work attempts a tribute to the style of  Gesualdo da Venosa.  It was a commission by the Thomas Tamvakos Greek Composers Archive and it has been performed at the “Hellenic American Union” Theatre by vocal ensemble “Philodos”, in 2007.
38. “From a Diary of a Child” 30 Short Children Pieces for Piano Solo (2007)
The life of a child reveals and hides inside images and sentiments, sounds and experiences, questions and concerns. Parts of a world lost forever but treasured in the adult soul.
From “First Day, First Page” of the diary and Sunday’s “Joybells” to the “Bittersweet” morning dances and the “Calm” of a “Sunny Afternoon”, from “A Sudden Absence” and a “Strange Question” to the “Loneliness” and “Dream”, from the imaginary “Indian Dance” to the “Walkin’” on “a Rainy Day” and from “March of the Goose” to the “Flowers’ Waltz”, “Lullaby” and “Farewell Song”, these “Diary of a Child” pages unfold the thread of a very well known memory, a memory of us all.
These 30 short piano pieces were composed between 2003 and 2007. Some of them are compositions of inspired children, composer’s pupils, like Orsaki Roussetou and Plato Tsoukatos-Pontikis.
This collection is dedicated to all composer’s pupils and especially toy Nikos Karidis, the grown up “child” who gave me the opportunity to write most of the pieces presented. The work was recorded by Dimitra Mane on cd for an upcoming edition. The artist performed parts of the work in   composer's personal Portrait organized by "Greek Composers Union" at "Hellenic Conservatory" in Maroussi in 2010 and the whole collection at "Mikros Horos Tehnis" (Little Hall of Arts) in Glyfada, Attiki, in 2015. Parts of the work had been performed also by Eleni Papaspyrou students, from Herakleion Music School, in "Theatrical Station", Herakleion, Crete and at "Lillian Voudouri" Library Hall in Athens Concert Hall in 2015.
39. “Jeux pour Deux” for two pianos (2007)
A work of neoclassical character with influences from jazz idiom. It is dedicated to the piano duo “Dimitra Mane – Andy Miliory” and to Maurice Ravel in the musical style of whom there are intentional  references - by which was performed at Athenaeum Concert Hall Athens in 2008. The work have been secondly performed by Ting Ke and Chenshayang Huang at Boston University Concert Hall under Spring 14 Piano Ensemble Juries  (K. Papadakis piano class) in 2014 and by Effie Agrafioti and Giorgos Kontrafouris in "D. Mitropoulos" Hall, Athens Concrt Hall in 2015.
40. "Six Children Songs", for (2 and 3 part) Children 's Choir (2008)
a. "Little Moon", poetry by G. Visiinos
b. "Go, walk, see, come out", poetry by Al. Adamopoulos
c. "Lullaby", poetry by St. Sperantza
d. "Coukou 's Song", poetry by Ar. Makri
e. "Wave, Little Wave", poetry by M. Eleftheriou
f.  "The Drummer Boy", poetry by N. Gkatsos
6 settings on poetry written by famous Greek poets.
Composed in simple song tonic forms and mainly polyphonic texture.
Dedicated to composer's little son, Orfeas-Ioannis. The work has been performed by the vocal ensemble "Philodos" at Danish Intitute in Athens, in 2008.
The work was transcribed for saxophone duo and trio in 2012.
41.“Two Rivers” (from Lethe to Mnemosyne) for mezzo soprano, flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2008)
I. Lethe, the Water of Oblivion
a. The Guardians
b. Night Procession and Lament
II. Mnemosyne, the Water of Remembrance
a. Invocation
b. Incantation
The work is written between September and December 2008  for mezzo soprano Angelica Cathariou and the Greek Ensemble of Contemporary Music under Valery Oreshkin. It is based on an excerpt of an ancient greek funerary inscription of 4th century B.C. found at the Trofonius Oracle in Petilia, South Italy.
"Γης παις ειμί και ουρανού, αστερόεντος. Αυτάρ εμοί γένος ουράνιον, τόδε ίστε και αυτοί. Δίψηι δ’ειμί αύη και απόλλυμαι, αλλά δότ’ αίψα ψυχρόν ύδωρ προρρέον της Μνημοσύνης από λίμνης."
(I am a child of earth and starry sky. My origin is celestial, and you know it very well. I am burning thurst and I loose myself. But give me soon cool water, springs from Lake Mnemosyne.)
The text, which is being set at the 2nd part of the work, is an invocation of the soul descending to Hades to the guardians of lake Mnemosyne, to allow keeping its memory alive to the next life. Privilege, under tradition, of the initiate souls, counter to that of lake Lethe which led them to eternal oblivion.
The two parts of the composition are the equivalent to the watery - metaphysical element of the two lakes - rivers running across Hades. The work is dedicated to the memory of composer's father Ioannis Theodossiou (1917 - 2008) and has been performed by Angelica Kathariou and the Greek Ensemble of Contemporary Music under Valery Oreshkin at "Ph. Nakas" Concert Hall, Athens, in 2009.
42.“Egomia”, Concert Monologues, for Wind Quintet (2009)
Ι. “Stasis I”, Lento, come un recitativo
II. “Stasis II”, L ‘istesso tempo, molto ritmico
III. “Stasis III”, Passacaglia Ritmica, L ‘istesso tempo, grave
     A work of free serialism, composed on the ritual of the “Egomia”, a very famous litany  of the Eastern Orthodox Church which takes place  on Holly Friday.
   It consist of 3 parts, 3 “Stasis”, according to the traditional ritual. The unaccompanied monologues of the 1st “Stasis” lead to the virtuosic dialogues of the 2nd and to the general fortissimo tutti of the 3d. The work has a version with narration on the prototype text of the traditional ritual.
    It was written on November 2009 for the “Q” innegal Wind Quintet which gave the premier at the German Evangelic Church in Athens next year and is dedicated to composer’s stepmother, Eleni, who died after the completion of the work. The 3d part has also a dedication to Olivier Messiaen, on the musical style of whom there are intentional  references.
43. “Lorenda Variations” for piano solo (2009)
A work of free serialism, based on the musical notes of the name of the distinguished greek pianist Lorenda Ramou to whom is dedicated and who gave the first performance at Hellenic Conservatory on a Composer’s Portrait by Greek Composers’ Union. The musical material is varied constantly up to the end of this one part composition. 
44. "Hellenic Suite", for viola and piano (2010)
      I.Seashore Procession, Thalassaki (traditional tune from Dodekanisos)
     II.Dance of the Youngsters, Pentozalis (traditional tune from Crete)
    III.Litany in Spring, Egomia (from the Evening Service of Holly Epitaph)
    IV.Dance of the Elders, Matoklada (rebetiko carsilama tune by Markos Vamvakaris)
     V.Ancient Ritual, Orestes Stasimon (from "Orestes" Tragedy by Euripides) 
    VI.Dance of the Past, Dance (traditional tune from Heipiros)
   VII.Homelands Lost, Mia Smyrnia stoPapathyri (traditional tune from Asia Minor)
  VIII.Dance of the Future, Pyrihios (traditonal dances from "Sera" and "Shereanit'sa"  from Pontos)
      Four laments, four dances. Eight scenes depicting Hellenic History from 6th century B.C., or even earlier, up to our days, based on fragments of ancient Greek music, folk and byzantine tradition and rebetiko song tunes as well. From Greece of the distand past, to Greece of the present and, maybe, to Greece of the years to come, Hellas of the Future.
      The work is dedicated to the Greek  Composer Giannis Konstantinidis. It has been performed by Andrea Hemmenway and Konstantinos Papadakis in " Fall Arts Concert"  organised by "Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia" in "The Ethical Society Hall" of  Philadelphia in 2010. The same artists perfomed the work at  "Kendal Concert Hall" in Kendal, Pennsylvania in 2011.
      Version for violin and piano available. Excerpts of this version has been performed by Tania Sikelianou and Timos Gennatos at : "Ellinikon Eidyllion", Selianitika, Aigion in 2011.
45. "Scenes from Ancient Greece", for piano solo (2010)
      I.Invocation (1st Delphic Hymn to Apollo)
     II.Ritual  (from "Orestes" Stasimon by Euripides)
    III.Dance (Pirryhios) Toccata
     An Invocation, a Ritual, a Dance. Three acts of calling upon God, three different aspects of refering to Him. One of call, one of prayer, one of bacchanale ecstasy. Each one is based on a melody fragment from Ancient Greek Melos depicting three scenes from Ancient Greece. 
     Performed in "Faculty Recital" at "Philips Autograph Library" of  West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2010 by Konstantinos Papadakis to whom is dedicated. Toccata for piano solo (2010) is an excerpt by composer's three part piano solo suite "Scenes from Ancient Greece" (2010).
46. "The Passage", for alto flute, viola and piano (2010)
 I.Ten Minutes
II.I have something to tell you!
III.Do you remember the river?
The work is based on the three, one act, theatrical plays by Greek writer and doctor Harry Kandiloros, published under the same name by  "Dodoni" in 2010. The story is about the passage between this life and  life after death. The 1st is about a cosmological end which never happens. The 2nd about the death of two friends under a collapsed building after an earthquake. The 3d about an afterlife dialogue between the persons of a family. Each of the three parts of the work is written respectively after the reading of the three parts of the book.
First performance by "Meteora Ensemble" (Julia Barnett: alto flute, Kathryn Christensen:piano) with Andrea Hemmenway: viola as guest artist at Palisades Lutheran Church, Los Angeles, California in 2010. The work was transcribed for violin, baritone saxophone and piano in 2012.
47. "Hellenic Dances", for clarinet and piano (2010)
 I.Dance of the Youngsters, Pentozalis (traditional tune from Crete)
 II.Dance of the Elders, Matoklada (rebetiko carsilama tune by Markos Vamvakaris)
III.Dance of the Past, Dance (traditional tune from Heipiros)
 IV.Dance of the Future, Pyrihios (traditonal dances from "Sera" and "Shereanit'sa"  from Pontos)
 Transcription of four parts by "Hellenic Suite " for viola and piano. Tranciptions for clarinet and pianoflute and piano, oboe and piano, alto saxophone and piano, tenor saxophone and piano, flugelhorn and piano and wind quintet are available.
The work is dedicated to Stathis Kiosoglou for whom is written and has been performed by Stathis Mavrommatis and Christina Panteli at Pera Multipurpose Hall, Konstantinople in 2011 and twice  by "O Ihos os Ehei" wind quintet in municipality of Larisa, Greece, 2014)
48. "The Body", for mixed choir (2011)
 A setting of the, under the same title, poem from the collection "Notebook of Exercises" (1929-1937) by G. Seferis.
49. "Greek Christmas Carols", for flute a bec, traverse flute and bassoon (2011)
 I. Ikaria Christmas Carol
II. Crete new Year's Carol
III. Trace New Year's Carol
Musical elaboration of three Greek traditional carols in baroque style for this ensemble of three woodwinds. Written for the "Trio a bec" ensemble which performed it twice in 2011 ("Attikon Odeion" Concert Hall, "Art Gallery Cafe").
50. "Tania's Portrait" for violin solo (2011)
I.Elegy (Lento espressivo)
II.Ostinato i (L' istesso tempo e marcato)
III.Recitativo i (Poco piu mosso)
IV.Dialogue i (L' istesso tempo)
V.Ostinato ii (Largo sostenuto)
VI.Recitativo ii (Tempo primo)
VII.Dialogue ii, Finale (L' istesso tempo)
Musical portrait of  Greek violonist Tania Sikelianou. The work is inspired from her violonistic artistry.
51. "Overture" for woodwinds and brass (2012)
I. Processional (Moderato con moto, maestoso)
II. Funeral
III. Triumphal
The work, a commision by three ensembles ("Q innegal", "Just Brass", "Too Bass") was written for and performed  in collaboration by them in the closing part of the their concert in Athens on 2012 ("Parnassos" Concert Hall, Athens).
The three parts suggests hero's  procession to the battle, death and mourning, and at last triumpal hymn up to  heaven.
52. "Eros d' etinaxe moi frenas..." for alto voice and piano (2013)
  The work is based on 5 saved fragments of ancient lyrical poetry, on love, by Greek poetess Sappho (Lobel-Page 47, 48, 49, 34, Diehl 94).
   Love shattered my mind... The sinking moon has left the sky, the Pleiades have aloso gone... The coming of mistress...The turbulent expression of Love...The stars about the fair moon in their turn hide their bright face...lights up all earth with silver.
   It is dedicated to alto singer Anna Mouzaki by whom was performed at "Atheneaum Concert Hall" in 2013.
53. "In the Years of the Mist" Suite, for violin and cello (2014)
 Written after the, by the same name, 3part novel by Greek author Nikos Goulias.(ed. Psychogios"). It is based on typical urban music forms of Smyrna on late 19th and early 20th century.
I.Zeibekikos (Nickola's Dance)
II.Aptalikos (The Train from Kassamba to Smyrna)
III.Hassaposervikos (Lionis escapes Smyrna)
    First performance by "Duo Ficell" (Luminita Macavei - violin, Stavros Parginos - cello) at "Dieleusis" Art Hall, Athens in 2014.
The composition of the work is to be continued.
54. "Jazz Trio Suite", for flute, piano and electric or acoustic bass (2014)
 Based on - and adapted from - older compositions ("Music and Vision" for various ensembles, "Little Studies" for piano, "Hellenic Suite" for viola and piano, "Suite from Ancient Greece" for piano) especially for the alternative ensemble "Baroque & Blue" (Nikos Katritzidakis - flute, Vyni Founta - piano, Giannis Harbilas - el. bass, Giannis Lelloudas - drums).
I. Fugue
IV.Seven Times Twelve
VI,Fire Dance
    Its concertante style derives from progressive jazz idiom. Composer's intention is to give a sequel to Claude Bolling's jazz piano trio suites (already in the ensemble's repertoire). The work is dedicated to the members of "Baroque & Blue" who performed it at General State Archives, Greece in 2014 and at Attikon Odeion Concert Hall in 2015 (Ichnos Quartet). Transcription availiable for violin, baritone saxophone and piano, dedicated to "Mediterranean Trio" (2015).
55."Two Pieces for Flute or Oboe or Clarinet or Alto Saxophone and Piano in Early Jazz Idiom",  (2014)
I. "Song"
II."Swing it!"
Two Pieces in early jazz idiom. Based respectively on two older piano studies by the composer.
56."Two Songs on my Poetry" (2014)

Two songs on composer's poems.
57."Sevi's Songs" (2014-2015)
I."I'm searching for you"

II."If you remember me I'll be there"
III."Six in the morning"
Three songs on poems by famous Greek songwriter Sevi Tiliakou.
58. "Jazz Suite for Two Pianos", transcription of "Jazz Trio Suite" (2015)
IV.Seven Times Twelve
VI.Fire Dance
The work was written for the piano duo "Effie Agrafioti - Giorgos Kontrafouris".
59. "Images", for cello and guitar (adaption of "Little Preludes" for guitar solo 
a. “Circles”
b. “Rock Fanfare”
c. “Bells”
The work is dedicated to Leslie Jones and Giannis Petridis.
60. "Tales from Childhood", for flute and piano
a. “Fairy Tale”
b. “Swingin' Cucoo”
c. “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall”
d. "Between Two Corridors"
e. "Silence"
f. "Caress"
Memories from childhood which  begins with a fairy tale and ends with a caress.".
There are transcriptions of the work for clarinet and piano and oboe and piano as well.
Premier performance by Iwona Glinla and Faye Pana at "Art & Artistry" Hall, Athens in 2016.
61. "Litany" Seven Variations on a Theme, for english horn solo (2015) 

The parts:
Theme:“God's Word”
Var. I:“The Heart is Questioning ”
Var. II:“The Soul is Dancing”
Var. III: "The Mind is a Poet"
Var. IV:"The Flesh is Singing and Crying"
Var. V:"The Body keeps Walkin'"
Var. VI: "The Saint is Listening...(and the bird is singing!)"
Var. VII: "God's Fullfiled Presence"
The religion experience of a pilgrim in a Saint's litany (St. Dionysios of Zakynthos, Greece)
in the Eastern Orthodox ritual.
The work is dedicated to oboist Isidora Kopsida. There are transcriptions available
or clarinet solo (dedicated to clarinetist and musicologist Giannis Sabrovalakis) and for alto flute solo (dedicated to flutist Nikos Katritzidakis).
Flutist Iwona Glincka performed alto flute vesrion work's premier at "An Art Artistry" Hall at Plaka, Athens, on Febrouary 2016 and at MiMoDa Studio, Los Angeles on August, same year... She also recorded the work for an double cd with Greek Composers Works for flute, under Sarton cd company.
62. "Three Rivers" (Acheron, Kokkytos, Pyriphlegethon) Suite Concertante for flute , clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2009 - 2015).
Based on an excerpt from Homer's  Odussey:"Ενθα μέν εις Αχέροντα Πυριφλεγέθων τε ρέουσι Κώκυτος θ', ος δή Στυγός ύδατος έστιν απορρώξ πέτρη τε ξύνεσίς τε δύω ποταμών εριδούπων".( Κ 513-515). {"There, at Acheron river, Pyriphlegethon and Kokkytos,drain into, spring both from Styx's  water , at the same rock, two buzzing rivers blend" ).Dedicated to composer's mother Barbara Theodossiou - Maniatea (1926 - 1973).
63."From a Diary of a Chid" Short everyday stories, 30 easy pieces for flute and piano (2016)

Based on, under the same title, 30 pieces for piano solo. Dedicated to composer's little son, flutist, Orfeas Theodossiou
64. "It", Suite for clarinet, piano, double bass and drums (2106).
 Music Score the silent movie by Clarence Badger και Josef von Sternberg "It" (1927) with Clara Bow, Antonio Moreno and William Austin on the leading roles.
I. Title Music
II.The "IT" quality
III.Waltham's Store
IV.In the Office with Monty (Goodluck)
\V.Elinore Glyn's "IT"
VI.Betty in the Store
VII.Taking the Bus
VIII.Gas-house Gables (The Kids-The Date-The Baby)
IX.At Betty's Home (Mother's Hard Time - Preparations for the Dinner - Two Worlds)
X.At the Ritz!
XI.Crabby Customer - Betty in the Office
XII.In the Fun House
XIII.This is my baby
XIV.A Bitter Misunderstanding
XV.Monty at Betty's Home - Misunderstanding Solved
XVI.Getting on Board - Monty Tries to Escape
XVII.Miss van Cortland on Board
XVIII."IT", Something Between them (Music on Deck - Rejection - Women at Sea - Reunion)
XIX.End Titles
Premier in 7th Silent Movie with Live Music Festival at Michael Cacoyannis Foundation in June 2016, by Stathis Kiosoglou clarinet, Alexandros Makris piano, Yiorgos Arnis double bass and Vassilis Panagotopoulos drums (:IT" ensemble). Next performances by the same ensemble: At the "Shoe Factory" Nicosia, Cyprous during the elLive Festival in January 2017, at "Benetatou Foundation, Psychiko, Greece in March 2017 and at Palaiologos Grove, Nea Ionia, Greece during the "Cinema, Music & Theater Evenings" Festival in July, same year.
65. "Little Jazz Piece for Iwona",One Minute for flute solo (2016), One minute piece written especially for the official presentation of double CD "ALPHA" - "BETH",  at "IANOS" Athens Cultural Center on October 2016 by Iwona Glinka to whom is dedicated.
66. "Milonga", for two pianos (2016),
 Concertante piece especially written"a la maniere de" Astor Piazzolla" for an "Duo Spechio" piano duo upcoming cd  to whom is also dedicated.
67. String Quartet n.2 "To the uknown..." Nikos Goulias in memoriam, for string quartet (2017)
. Work written within the framework of composer's postgraduate studies on "Composition for Vocal and Instrumental Ensembles" in Ionian university.
The parts:
1st Mouvement (Dies Irae) 
a. March, "Death is approaching"
b. Fugue, "Soul is chased"
c. Canon i, "Back to the body"
d. Canon ii, "To the last breath"
e. Coda, :The End"
2nd Mouvement (Variations on a Theme"
Theme, Lento misterioso: "Leaving the body..."
Var. I: "Soul is alone"
Var. II: "...and begins to wander..."
Var. III: "Pain from above"
Var IV: Very intimate, "To the uknown..."
Epilogue, Lento
The work is based in three structural elements: A symmetrical tone - semitone scale, the characteristic motive of "Dies Irae" hymn, and a 12 tone series on the nameletters of the honoured person. It is dedicated to architect and author Nikos Goulias, composer's cousin, and is the music equivalent of the journey of the soul during and after death.
68. "Emotions" for piano solo "Mirroring the realm of emotions..." after a sculptural triptych by M. Dedie Mourtzini (2017).

The parts:
I. Fear (Fear is the reaction to what is happening. It conquers, it determines, it dictates, it directs human emotions and actions. Fear, is the reaction to the stimuus. Like a flickering of divine energy, its trepidation resembles a relentess flirtation surrounding the human soul. At the same time, it represends an experience of an inner awakening. The soul is shaken in awe. Fear, undefined, shapeless, staggering, yet its reign is unqestionable.)
II. Sorrow - Contemplation (The moments of sorrow leads to contemplation. It is a Turning Point. It is the moment when these inseparably paired emotions touch upon the circumstances. The breath of circumstances however brings juxtaposition, conflict and tension to the soul. The Past has ended and its pains cannot be forgotten. The Present is being confronted. The Future is being born within the innermost past of the soul. Sorrow - Isolation - Profound Thinking - Contemplation are the preconditions for the handling of situations, circumstances, thoughts, emotions both in the Present and the Future.)
III. Embrace (The end of Sorrow - Contemplation. The moment of need for the soul. The need to fill in the empty, to cover, to relieve, to fee compassion, to sooth, to support, to protect.)
"Under unfavorable conditions, in times of trouble, or emergency space is being "transformed" and "transported". When man is called upon to rescue or transport his valuables, the momentof change knocks upon the door of human existence. The volatiity of the current world, conditions, past experiences, wounds losses, sa well as future anticipations, aspirations and expectations, all help create an emotional, imaginary "space" within the human mind, emotions heart and soul. The center of gravity of human existence now becomes man himself. Space "moves" inwards. The realm of emotions is the most private and sacred space.
Emotions become the center of gravity of the human soul. Interchanging, they settle in, they conquer, they determine, gthey dictate.Personal experience is the premise. Th eimprint of the material word is mirrored in the realm of the human emotions. The sculptural triptych intents to incarnate successively the emotions escorting the basic human emotions of Need and Loss." (M. Dedie Mourtzini)
69. "Tornados" Two Songs for 4part mixed Choir from the, under the same name, poetry collection bu Marinos Idomeneos (2017).

Work written in tonal idiom and dedicated to  Giannis Idomeneos, baritone and conductor of Youth Choir of Heraclion, Crete.
The parts:
Ι. "Μην Μπιστευτείς του Φεγγαριού" ("Don't put your trust in the Moon") (Malinconico)\
II. "Λάθος Πορεία" ("Wrong Route") (Andante rubato)
70. "Chromatic Variations" for two flutes (concert & alto) (2017). Written for the project "Call for recording - Two Minutes for Two Flutes" by Iwona Glinka and Ewa Liebchen for "SARTON" label. Based on symmetry of intervals, is a two minutes series of continuous variations with chromatic mouvement as dominant element. 
71. "Flow" for alto flute solo (2017). Composed for the British soloist Clara Rees upcoming recital  in Athens taking place in October 2017.
Τα μέρη:
I.Night Wandering
II.Midnight Song
II. Question in the Dark
IV.Moonlight Answer
V.Moment (birdsong before dawn)
VI.Morning Waltz
VII.Midday Tango
VIII.Afternoon Playtime
IX.Evening Waltz
X.Night Wandering
72. "Between Times" "Time past and time future..." για κλαρινέτο, βιόλα και πιάνο (2017). 
Work written within the framework of composer's postgraduate studies on "Composition for Vocal and Instrumental Ensembles" in Ionian university and dedicated to the professor Josef Papadatos. Based on an excerpt from the "Four Quartets" by T.S.Eliot is polystilistic in idiom and in concertante style. 
"Time present and time past
Are both perhaps present in time future
And time future contained in time past. 
If all time is eternally present
All time is unredeemable.
What might have been is an abstraction Remaining a perpetual possibility
Only in a world of speculation.
What might have been and what has been
Point to one end, which is always present."
(T.S.Eliot, "Four Quartets")
Τα μέρη:
I.Adagio misterioso (Outer Space, Gravity Zero)
II.Allegro (Into a time vortex)
III.L'istesso tempo (Escape) to Antonio Vivaldi & Dmitri Shostakovitch
IV.Andante rubato (Tranquillity Nebula) to Olivier Messiaen
V.Allegro (Gravitational Disorder) to Keith Emerson
VI.Adagio misterioso (Eternal Present)
Premier by Ionian Islands Festival Ensemble" at Ionian Academy Theater in 2017.
73. "Sentiments" for soprano saxophone and piano (2017).
The parts:
I.Longing (Cadenza adagio - Teneramente e appassionato)
II.Sorrow (Sostenuto)
III.Joy (Allegro swing)
The work is written after a comission by "Duo Macarons" (Veronica Haitling - Riccardo Bozollo) to whom is dedicated. It is am adaption and development  of three of 12 "Little Studies" for piano solo (Vol.1 - 2)
(1998 - 2002)

Β. Orchestrations  - Transcriptions

1. Alexander Scrijabin: 5 Preludes (op.16 n.1, op.22 n.3, op.35 n.2, op.51 n.2, op.74 n.4 ) for large orchestra
2. Sergei Prokoffiev: Visions Fugitives op.26,  (1,2,4,12,5,6,7,9) for large orchestra
3.Sergei Prokoffiev: Visions Fugitives op.26, (16,3,10,13,11,8,14) for clarinet and string quartet 
4. Arnold Schoenberg: 6 Kleine Klavierstucke op.19 for clarinet and string quartet 
5.George Gershwin: 3 Preludes, for clarinet and string quartet 
6.George Gershwin: 3 Preludes, for flute, oboe (english horn), clarinet (corno di basseto) and piano
(Philippos Nakas Concert Hall 1996, Katerina Zenz, Giannis Papagiannis, Stathis Kiossoglou, Reyma  Raias)                                    
7. Giannis Konstantinidis: Suite Micrasiatique (Prelude) for violin, clarinet and piano (“Deree College” 1995, Nansy Toufexi, Stathis Kiossoglou, Vicky Stylianou)
8. Giannis Konstantinidis: Suite Micrasiatique (Prelude) for violin, cello and piano (“Kendal Concerts” Pennsylvania, 2011 - The Crosslands Concerts,  Pennsylvania, 2011
"Trio Casals" Sylvia Abrahamian, Ovidiu Marinescu, Konstantinos Papadakis )
9.  Giannis Konstantinidis: Suite Micrasiatique (Prelude) for violin, alto saxophone and piano
10. Manos Hatjidakis: «Oh! My Fair Blond» («Birds»), for flute, cello and piano
11.  Manos Hatjidakis: «Oh! My Fair Blond» («Birds»), for violin, cello and piano
 (“Kendal Concerts” Pennsylvania, 2011 - The Crosslands Concerts,  Pennsylvania, 2011
"Trio Casals" Sylvia Abrahamian, Ovidiu Marinescu, Konstantinos Papadakis  )
12. Manos Hatjidakis: «Oh! My Fair Blond» («Birds»), for violin, bar. saxophone and piano
13.  Manos Hatjidakis: «Oh! My Fair Blond» («Birds»), for clarinet, trumpet, english horn, trombone and tuba.
14. Dimitri Fampas: Danse Grecque (Sousta), for two guitars 2011
(Maria Papadi duo, Paris 2011)
15. Nikos Kypourgos, Dimitri Maragopoulos, Lena Platonos: «Lilipouloli» (excerpts) 
«Η Μπόσσα Νόβα τουΖαχαροπλαστείου»,  «Ανατολή και Δύση», «Ο Χορός των Μπιζελιών»,«Το Χρυσαλιφούρφουρο», «Το Εμβατήριο του Δόκτορα», «Στη Χώρα των Μπεμπάντων», «Μεσ’ στο Μουσείο», «Μια Βραδιά στο Πόρτο Λίλι», «Όλος ο Κόσμος είναι μια Λιλιπούπολη» for Children's Choir and 12member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2001)
16. Manos Hatjidakis: «Birds»(excerpts) «Πρόλογος»,  «Πέταγμα των Πουλιών»,  «Η Αηδόνα»,  «Προσκλητήριο του Έποπα», «Ω, Καλή μου Ξανθιά», «Ο Σωκράτης», «Οι Κύκνοι», «Ω, Μακάρια Πετεινά», «Η Βουλή», «Να ‘χεις Φτερά», «Τέσσερα τα Μάτια σας», «Πάροδος» for Children's Choir and 12member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2002)
17.Traditional Dancesί and Songs from the World : (Original Adaptions)

α. Hipeirus Dance
β.«ΚοντούλαΛεμονιά» (Hipeirus)
γ.«Μια ΣμυρνιάστοΠαραθύρι» (Smyrna)
δ.«Άστραψεν η Ανατολή»(Smyrna) 
ε.«La Bouree en Auvergne»(France) 
στ.  «Greensleeves» (G, Britain) 
ζ.«Horch was kommt von draussen rein» (Germany) 
η. «Hava Nagila» (Israel)
ια.«’Olympic Games Hymn» (Sp, Samaras -  K. Palamas)
ιβ. «World Anthem» (D. Cope,J. Guillot, St. Bigger) for Children's Choir and 12member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2004)
18 Songs and Choruses form Operetta and Musical: (Original Adaptions)    “Sunrise, sunset” (Sh. Harnick – J. Bock) “Fiddler on the Roof”(Sh. Harnick – J. Bock) “Do – Re – Mi”, “Somewhere” (L. Bernstein – St. Sondheim) “Summertime” (G, Gershwin – D. Heyward) for Children's Choir and 12member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2005)
19.Beatles Songs:  (Original Adaptions) 
“All My Loving” (J. Lennon- P. McCartney)
“It’s Been A Hard Day’s Night” (J. Lennon- P. McCartney)                             
“Eleanor Rigby” (J. Lennon- P. McCartney)                             
“Yesterday” (J. Lennon- P. McCartney)
“Let It Be” (J. Lennon- P. McCartney)
“Lady Madonna” (J. Lennon- P. McCartney)
“Love Me Do” (J. Lennon- P. McCartney)
for Children's Choir and 12member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2006)
20.F.G.Lorca Traditional Songs:  (Original Adaptions) for Grreek singer Giorgis Christodoulou
“Los Pelegrinitos”
“Anda, Jaleo”
“El Café De Chinitas”
“Οι Ρηγάδες της Τράπουλας” for voice, accordeon, cello and piano ("Tsai sti Sahara" Art Center, Athens ,2006)               
21."Eurorevision" , Giorgis Christodoulou , Orchestrations and arrangements:                                             "Μου Λες"  (A. Plessas)                                                                                                                           "Μάθημα Solfege"  (G, Hatzinasios)                                                                                                                 
"Μοιάζουμε" (T. Biniaris)                                                                                                                                             ΕRΤ,  CD 601,  2006 
22. Greek Pop Songs from 60s (Original Adaptions) 
"Το Κορίτσι του Μάη" (Olympians)
"Εσένα που σε ξέρω τόσο λίγο (Olympians)
"Ξαφνικά μ' αγαπάς" (Idols)
"Το Σχολείο" (Olympians)
¨Ο Τρόπος" (Olympians)
"Τρελοκόριτσο" (Charms)
"Jeronimo Yanka" (Vangelis)
 for Children's Choir and 12member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2007)
23. Greek Language Traditional Songs from Southern Italy (Original Adaptions)
"Tarantella Napoletana" (Napoli)
"Tarantella Siciliana" (Sicely)
"Νανούρισμα" (Salento)
"'Αντρα μου πάει" (Franco Corliano - "Kalimera" village)
"Καληνύφτα" (Salento)
"Aremu Rindinedda" (Salento)
 for Children's Choir and 14member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2008)
24.Rebetiko Songs (Original Adaptions)
"Μπαχτσέ Τσιφλίκι" (V. Tsitsanis)
"Φαληριώτισσα" (G. Papaioannou)
"Ματόκλαδα" (M. Vamvakaris)
"Τα Καβουράκια" (V. Tsitsanis)
"Το Μινόρε της Αυγής" (Anonymous)
"Πριν το Χάραμα" (G. Papaioannou - H. Vassileiadis)
"Φραγκοσυριανή" (M. Vamvakaris)
"Χατζηκυριάκειο" (D, Gogos [Bayaderas])
 for Children's Choir and 20member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2009)
25. Songs and Music from Old Greek Cinema (Original Adaptions)
"Τα Παιδιά του Πειραιά" (M. Hatjidakis)
"Ο πιο καλός ο μαθητής" (G. Zabetas - H. Vassileiadis)
"Zorba the Greek" (M. Theodorakis)
"Crazy Girl" (M. Plessas)
"Fssst Boing" (M. Plessas)
"Πσου! - Γείτσες! - 'στω!" (M. Plessas)
"Μένουμε πάντα παιδιά" (M. Plessas)
 for Children's Choir and 25member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2010)
26. Cartoon Music Project (Original Adaptions)
"The Muppett Show Theme (J. Henson - S. Pottle)
The Pinnk Panther Theme" (H. Mancini)
"Εγώ κι εσύ μαζί" (Toy Story) (R. Newman - J. Panoussis)
 "Popeye the Sailor Man" (S. Lerner)
"The Snowball Song" (Mahna - mahna) (P. Umiliani)
"Θα 'μαι καλό παιδί" (Gummy Bear Song greek version) (Ch. Schneider - TH. Papanikolaou - D.Patrikiou)
 for Children's Choir and 25member Student Orchestra  (Geitonas School Theater 2011 - Golden Hall, Marousi, 2011)
27. Astor Piazzolla: "Histoire du Tango" Ι - ΙΙΙ for windquintet ("Q innegal" Quintet, "Parnassos" Concert Hall, Athens, 2012)
28. A Dedication to poet Nikos Gatsos (Original Adaptions)
"Το τραγούδι του Δρόμου" (M. Hatjidakis - N. Gatsos)
"Ο Εφιάλτης της Περσεφόνης"  (M. Hatjidakis - N. Gatsos)
"Φύσα Αεράκι" (St. Xarhakos -  N. Gatsos)
"Μια Κεφαλονίτισσα" (L. Kilaidonis - N. Gatsos)
"Μίλησε μου" (M. Hatjidakis - N. Gatsosς)
Η Μπαλάντα του Ούρι" (M. Hatjidakis - N. Gatsos)
for Children's Choir and 25member Student Orchestra (Geitonas School Theater 2013)
29. Alfred Schnittke, "Suite in Old Style" for flute, piano and electric or acoustic bass
(Pastorale, Ballet, Minuet, Fugue, Pantomime) for the "Baroque & Blue" ensemble.
30.A Dedication to greek songwriter Dionyssis Savvopoulos (Original Adaption)
"Τι έπαιξα στο Λαύριο" (D. Savvopoulos)
"Σαν τον Καραγκιόζη" (D. Savvopoulos)
"Η Συννεφούλα" (D. Savvopoulos)
"Ας κρατήσουν οι χοροί" (D. Savvopoulos)
for Children's Choir and 25member Student Orchestra (Geitonas School Theater 2014)
31.Giorgos Koumentakis: "Mediterranean Sea" 
Ι. Thyme
ΙΙ.Bee and Wild Tulip
V.Praying Mantis
adaptions from the, by the same name,  pwork for piano by Giorgos Koumentakis, 
with the collaboration of pianist Viny Founta for flute (alto flute), piano and electric bass. Performed live by the"Baroque and Blue" ensemble at General State Archives Hall during an event organized by Municipality of Philothei - Psychiko "Εκ Φύσεως η Πόλη μας"  on November 2014.
32.New Greek Composers Songs
1,Τα Παπαγαλάκια (Nikos Platirrahos)
2.Έχε Αγάπη Φίλε (Nikos Platirrahos)
3.Ψάχνω να σε βρω (Panagiotis Theodossiou - Sevy Tiliakou)
4.Στα Λιμάνια Ανάψανε Φωτιές (Evanthia Rebutsika)
or Children's Choir and 25member Student Orchestra (Geitonas School Theater 2015)
33. Songs from the current European and American Scene.
1. "Rolling in the Deep" (A. Adkins -  P. Epworth)
2. "Impossible" (Shontelle)
3. "Happy" (F. Williams)
4. "'Ομορφη Μέρα"  (Onirama)
for Children's Choir and 25member Student Orchestra (Geitonas School Theater 2016)
34. Songs from Greek and abroad repertoir
1.Το Ποδήλατο (ΧChr. Nikolopoulos - A. Davarakis)
2.Η Μικρή Ραλλού (M. Hatjidakis - N, Gatsos)
3.Αθανασία (M. Hatjidakis - N, Gatsos)
4. All My Loving (J. Lennon - P. Mc Cartney)
5.My Heart Will Go On (J. Horner - W. Jennings)
performed by the Philothei Primary School Choir & Orchestra.
(Philothei Primary School Theater - Philothei Lecyum Theater 2017)



C. Educational Material

Ι. Short Pieces for Piano

1.  A Bittersweet Waltz
2.  A Blues Study
3.  A Jazz Study
4.  A Jazz Theme
5.  A Sad Affair
6.  A Slow Toccata
7.  A Sudden Absence
8.  A Sunny Afternoon
9.  Abyss
10.  After Christmas
11.  Altra Facia de la Luna
12.  Amore Perdito
13.  Ascending and Descending 
14.  Autumn is Coming
15.  Back
16.  Barcarole
17.  Calm
18.  Canto Triste
19.  Climbing
20.  Cloudy Sky
21.  Dance
22.  Dance of the Gnomes
23.  DSCH
24.  Elisabeth
25.  Fellini Waltz
26.  Flower Waltz
27.  Flower Waltz (variations)
28.  For a Sleepy Guy
29.  From the Beginning
30.  Happy Dance 
31. Happy Times
32.  Hymn
33.  Indian Dance
34.  Inner Journey
35.  Just Walkin’
36.  Le Premier Avril
37.  Like a Greek Dance
38.  Lullaby
39.  March of the Goose
40.  March of the Hero
41.  N.S.
42.  Nightwalk
43.  Nostalgia
44.  Parco di Luna
45.  Playing
46  Procession
47.  Rain
48.  Round and Round
49.  Sad or Joyful
50.  Shalom
51.  Simple Melody
52.  Singing
53.  Solitudine
54.  Song from the Fields
55.  Song of the Hero
56.  Staccato e Pesante
57.  Strange Tune
58.  Strange Waltz
54.  Variationi Triste
59.  Waving a Flag
60.  The Acrobat
61.  The Harvest
62.  Strange Question
63.  Child’s Dream
64.  For Artemis
65. Hari's Winter
66. Harp
67. Hari's Drawing
68. Land of Happiness
69. Mr Taki's Boots
70. Haris (H. Fountoulis)
71. Bouncing

II.Short Pieces for other Instruments

1. For Jason (for cello solo)
2, For Jason (for cello and piano)

IIΙ. Adaptions
Α. for piano solo

1. Adios Nonino (Astor Piazzola)
2. All my Loving (J.Lennon - P.Mc Cartney)
3. Also Sprach Zaratustra (R.Strauss)
4. Another Brick in the World (Pink Floyd)
5. Beauty and the Beast (A.Menken)
6. Behind these Hazel Eyes (M.Sandberry – L.Gottwald)
7. Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Greenday)
8. Carousel
9. Carouso
10. Chimerical Dream (Francois Paul Aiche)
10. Fernando's Tango (a tango compilation) 
11. Feliz Navidad (J. Feliciano)
12. Frere Jacques (Γαλλικό Παραδοσιακό)
13. Greek Christmas Carol
13. Hava Nagila (Εβραϊκό Παραδοσιακό)
14. He 's a Pirate (Klaus Badelt)
16. Lady Madonna (J. Lennon - P. Mc Cartney)
17. Libertango (Astor Piazzola)
18. Love story Theme (Francis Lai)
19. Mission Impossible (L. Schifrin)
20. James Bond 007 Theme ( John Barry – Monty Norman) 
21. River Flows in You (Yiuruma)
22. Santa Clauss
23. Star Crossed (Arcturus)
24. Star Wars (J.Williams)
25. Smoke on the Water
26. Scream (Tokyo Hotel)
27. The Combat (L.Rosenman)
28. The Importance of Being Idle (Oasis)
29. The Pink Panther Theme (H.Mancini)
30. The Swan Lake (P.I.Tchaikovsky)
31. Toccata Intro (J.S.Bach)
32. Une Poule sur un Mur (French Traditional)
33. We wish you a Merry Christmas (English Traditional)
34. White Christmas (I. Berlin)
35. Άγγιγμα Ψυχής (G. Hatzinasios)
36. Greek Natinal Anthem (N. H. Mantzaros)
37. Ένα Πρωινό (G. Spanos)
38. Η Μπαλάντα του Ούρι (M. Hatzidakis)
39. Greek New Year's Day Carols(Greek Traditional)
40. Greek Epiphania Carols (Greek Traditional)
41. Greek Christmas Carols (Greek Traditional) 
42. Κάτω στο Γιαλό (Greek Traditional from Chios)
43. Κεμάλ (M. Hatjidakis)
44. Με μια Πιρόγα (Th. Mikroutsikos)
45. Ο Καραγκιόζης (D. Savvopoulos)
46. Olympiakos Hymn (Sp. Valsamakis)
47. Panathinaikos Hymn (G. Mouzakis)
48. Παρά Πέντε (R, Favilis)
49. Το Ποδήλατο (Ch. Nikolopoulos)
50. Το Σαπιοκάραβο (Al. Dimas)
51. Το Σώμα που Ζητάς (G. Hatzinasios)
52. Jinle Bells (Pierpoint)
53. Byzantine Carols (Greek Traditional from Pontos)
54. Spring (A. Vivaldi)
55. Epitaphios Hymn (Greek Orthodox Church Hymn)
56. Το Τραγούδι του Δρόμου (M. Hatjidakis)
57. Φεγγαράκι (Children Songι)
58. Τop Kapi (M. Hatjidakis)

Β. for piano 4 hands

1. Adios Nonino (Astor Piazzola)
2. Also Sprach Zaratustra(Richard Strauss)
3. Beauty and the Beast (A.Menken)
4. La Cucaracha (Παραδοσιακό Μεξικού)
5. Tritsch – Trasch Polka (Johan Strauss)
6. The Muppet Show Theme (J. Henson – S. Pottle)
7. Woody Woopecker Theme (G. Tibbles – R. Idriss)
8. Είσαι το Ταίρι μου (St. Korkolis)
9. Το Ζεϊμπέκικο της Ευδοκίας (Μ. Loizos)
10. Ο Εφιάλτης της Περσεφόνης(M. Hatjidakis)
11. Ο κυρ-Αντώνης (M. Hatjidakis)

C. for recorder and piano

1. Ι Wander as I Wander (Apallachian Carol)
2. Libertango (Astor Piazzola)
3. Noel des enfants du monde ( J. Lafont – J. Naty-Boyer)
4. We Wish you a Merry Christmas (English Traditional)

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