11. Love Theme From Phaedra (Vocal Melina Mercouri).flac
12. Goodbye John Sebastian.flac
Mikis Theodorakis - Phaedra (O.S.T.).log
Mikis Theodorakis - Z (O.S.T.)
01. Main Title (O Adonis).flac
02. To Yelasto Pedi (Orchestra Version).flac
03. La Course De Manuel (Chase).flac
04. To Palikari Echi Kaimo (Vocal Maria Farantouri).flac
05. Cafe Rock.flac
06. Arrival Of Helen (To Yelasto Pedi).flac
08. To Yelasto Pedi (Bouzouki Version).flac
09. To Yelasto Pedi.flac
10. Pios Den Mila Yia Ti Lambri.flac
11. Finale (To Yelasto Pedi).flac
12. To Palikari Echi Kaimo (Vocal & Piano Mikis Theodorakis).flac
13. Safti Ti Getonia (Vocal & Piano Mikis Theodorakis).flac
Mikis Theodorakis - Z (O.S.T.).log
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MIKIS THEODORAKIS – TA MEGALA ERGA (MAJOR PROJECTS)
In 2008 the newspaper 'Kathimerini' released a 'Box Set'
with the above title.
It is divided into 2 parts:
The 1st (Cinema Soundtracks) consists of 5 cd:
Phaedra, Z, Zorba The Greek, Serpico, State of Siege.
The 2nd (Large Partnerships) consists of 4 cd:
Irene Papas, Milva, Canto General (2CD).
Mikis Theodorakis, Cretan origin, was born in Chios on 29 July 1925.
He is known internationally for his scores in the films, Zorba the Greek (1964), Z (1969), and Serpico (1973).
More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikis_Theodorakis
1. Mikis Theodorakis - Phaedra (O.S.T.)
The soundtrack of the film "Phaedra", filmed in 1962 by the director Jules Dassin and actors Melina Mercouri and Anthony Perkins.
As the composer says, all started with the song "Agapi Mou (my Love)" because, in their first contact on the music of the film, Melina asked him to write "the most erotic and passionate love song."
01. Love Theme From 'Phaedra'
03. Ship To Shore
04. London's Fog
05. One More Time
06. Agapi Mou
07. Only You
08. The Fling
10. Rodostamo (Vocal Melina Mercouri)
11. Love Theme From Phaedra (Vocal Melina Mercouri)
12. Goodbye John Sebastian
2. Mikis Theodorakis - Z (O.S.T.)
Directed by Costa Gavras in1969
Written by Gavras & Jorge Semprun from the eponymous novel by Vassilis Vassilikos.
Cast: Yves Montand, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Jacques Perrin, Irene Papas...
The most popular and well known from the soundtrack bearing the signature of Mikis Theodorakis.
In 1963, Grigorios Lambrakis, MD, a popular leftist Member of the Greek Parliament, was assassinated in Thesssaloniki by goons employed by the extreme Right. Eventually the right-wing establishment fell and a precarious democracy was established, only to lead to a coup on 21 April 1967, by a military junta. The colonels' dictatorship lasted for 7 years.
The title comes from a combination of the sound of the Greek letter Z , which is pronounced approximately like "Long Live" , and the English sound of Z, which means in Greek, " he lives, he is alive" .
Such shouts were uttered by the record crowd which attended Lambrakis' funeral in Athens. (Some people think that Z symbolizes the end, but the last letter of the Greek alphabet is Omega.)
When the movie came out, the Junta was already in place. The film was made with French money. It could not, of course, be shot in Greece, so Algeria was used as a substitute.
The music is not written especially for the film.
At that time the Greek composer was in exile,so the director and the French curator for the music chose patterns of the projects "Mauthausen" and "One Homer", which worked on the orchestration.
The choice proved very successful.
01. Main Title (O Adonis)
02. To Yelasto Pedi (Orchestra Version)
03. La Course De Manuel (Chase)
04. To Palikari Echi Kaimo (Vocal Maria Farantouri)
05. Cafe Rock
06. Arrival Of Helen (To Yelasto Pedi)
08. To Yelasto Pedi (Bouzouki Version)
09. To Yelasto Pedi
10. Pios Den Mila Yia Ti Lambri
11. Finale (To Yelasto Pedi)
12. To Palikari Echi Kaimo (Vocal & Piano Mikis Theodorakis)
13. Safti Ti Getonia (Vocal & Piano Mikis Theodorakis)