2006

( 17.03.2006 13:45 )
A Child’s Musicality: Seeking the Rhythm of Companionship
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( 17.03.2006 13:41 )
The Origins of Music in Mimesis, Rhythms and Numbers
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( 17.03.2006 13:37 )
Making Melody by 'Tg-ing' Around the Pythagorean Archipelago
Musical Patterns and Life Patterns: some suggestions about mimesis in music
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( 17.03.2006 13:30 )
Finding and Growing Roots: The Musical Dynamics of Belonging
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( 17.03.2006 13:26 )
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( 17.03.2006 13:21 )
Humpback whales: oceanic singers and composers. - African forest elephants: a vocal fertility ritual
The Human Experience of Music
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( 17.03.2006 13:17 )
Why music and whence its harmonies?
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( 17.03.2006 13:12 )
The Harmony of the Hemispheres: or ‘Was Pythagoras Right?’
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( 17.03.2006 13:05 )
Pythagoras and the Physicists: the Science of Harmony and the Harmony of Science
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( 17.03.2006 13:03 )
“Multiform Harmony”: Kalvos and the Music of the Spheres
Universal Harmonies and Genesis of Galaxies
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( 17.03.2006 12:57 )
Mental Music and Ideational Astronomy in Plato
The Harmony of Spheres in the Late Antiquity
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( 17.03.2006 12:51 )
Theodorakis interviewed by KRITI TV
Universal Harmony by Mikis Theodorakis
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( 17.03.2006 12:17 )
Theodorakis: A Renaissance Man
Mikis Theodorakis - The Image
Origins of a Voice from the Future
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( 09.03.2006 12:56 )
I would like to thank you
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( 18.02.2006 00:20 )
Hersonisos, Crete
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( 18.02.2006 00:17 )
10 and 11 March 2006
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( 17.02.2006 17:58 )
Official poster
Theodorakis says he is very happy scientists are studying his music theory.
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( 23.12.2005 17:11 )
Council of Europe
"... in the name of my dead Communist comrades, those who have gone through the Gestapo, the death camps and the execution sites in order to defeat Nazism and celebrate Liberty, I have but one word to address to those “gentlemen”: SHAME!"
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