ώστας Γκαντίνης - Αμερικανικές Ηχογραφήσεις 1938-1945 (CD, Album).
View all. Title Artist Album Time. Dance of Sylivria (1935). Songs and Dances of Vosporos Recordings 1918 - 1942, Greek Phonograph. Refugees and Rebetiko. The Rebetiko Songs in America Vol. 1 - 1920 - 1940. Istanbul Zeybek (1942).
Clarinet master Kostas Gadinis was born sometime between 1885 and 1890 in the town of Siátista, in West Macedonia. He immigrated to the United States ca. 1915, and began recording as soon as the early 1920s. Legend has it that Benny Goodman and Dave Tarras saw Gadinis play live, and were suitably blown away, with Goodman referring to him as the Benny Goodman of Greece. This terrific instrumental rebetika track, in the sabah dromo (or maqam), was recorded October 22, 1940 in New York, with John K. Ginaros on accordion, and unknown accompanists on oud and drum
Kostas Gadinis & Tom Vournas Trio. 2. Bam Zeibekikos (1951). Kostas Gadinis & John Giannaros. 20. Zeibekiko of Aivali (1933). Athanasios Makedonas, Yorghos Papagikas & Markos Sifnios. 20 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes.
Genre: Greek folk music, folk music of Greece, traditional music of Greece, syrtos. Misirlou (Egyptian Girl) by Tetos Demetriades No album Abailable. We were unable to load Disqus.