This was the last time that Dalaras officially worked with Apostolos Kaldaras in the studio, however, they worked together in live performances. Estoudiantina's repertoire now also includes Modern Greek, Greek Laiko, and Mediterranean. Dalaras pulled Estoudiantina in the light of publicity and make it known to the Greek public. In 1972, Dalaras, along with singer Haris Alexiou, received his big break in the Greek music industry when their LP "Μικρά Ασία" (Mikra Asia, Asia Minor) went gold, his first album to do so. In his almost 50-year musical career, Dalaras has performed in thousands of concerts, and in 1980, entered the era of the live Greek club. He also discovered and supported young Areti Ketime, producing her first album. Γεωργιάννα Νταλάρα: Όλα τα τελευταία νέα, φωτογραφίες, video και ειδήσεις They have one daughter, Georgianna. 50 eigene Alben aufgenommen und an ca. The recording included many compositions by Stavros Kouyioumtzis, who in the early years proved a fountain of help towards Dalaras achieving musical success. Ntalaras; ausgesprochen betont als Giórgos Daláras, * 29. Dalaras personal albums total beyond 70. TheAegean60 1,084,883 views. 5:32 Dalaras even had to struggle to get into the studio, as ironically the day he began his studio career was the day that the Greek military junta took over the streets of Athens, and the roads were littered with tanks. The songs were mainly reinterpretations, as was common in the late 60s for new Greek singers; however, not all the songs on their first release (most of them on the smaller yet more distinctive LYRA label) had proved successful, and in many instances, even now, many people in Greece believe that the Dalaras songs are originals and not cover versions. Dalaras moved from his homestay label of Minos EMI in favour of Universal Music Greece in 2006, thus ending an almost 40 year collaboration. Dalaras is a collector of musical instruments and in his spare time he goes fishing and traveling on his motorcycle, being a big motorsports fan. The album was immediately more successful than his debut LP and included hits such as "Na 'tane to 21'", "Κάπου νυχτώνει" ("Kapou nichtoni", Somewhere the night falls), and an instrumental version of "Pou 'ne ta chronia". The recording proved an immediate success, despite the toning down of the lyrics. Two historical concerts occurred in the Athens Olympic Stadium, attended by more than 160,000 people. In December 2005, he released a live recording called "Μεσόγειος 30ος 40ος Παράλληλος" (Mediterranean 30th 40th parallel) with various renditions of Greek, Italian, Israeli and Arabic songs, and famous musicians from Hebrew and Arabic backgrounds, which gained multi platinum status. The site had previously been used for international theatre festivals and for an international dance festival, until its use was prohibited by the Archaeological Service. In 1970, he released the album "Να 'τανε το 21 " (Na 'tane to ikosi-ena, "If only it were '21", that is, 1821, a reference to the Greek War of Independence). 4:05. Dalaras and Alexiou were immediately thrown into the limelight. [1] Im Juni 2009 stand er zum ersten Mal zusammen mit Maria Farantouri aus Anlass eines Giannis-Ritsos-Hommagekonzertes in der Berliner Philharmonie auf der Bühne. He has also collaborated with Pyx Lax, Bruce Springsteen, Jethro Tull, Yehuda Poliker, Emma Shapplin, Goran Bregovic, Apostolis Anthimos, Dulce Pontes, Andriana Babali and many others. Giorgos Dalaras (griechisch Γιώργος Νταλάρας, auch anglisiert George oder transkribiert Yorgos Dalaras bzw. This was the largest attendance at a Greek concert, to the point where Rolling Stone magazine commented that Dalaras was responsible for the birth of the Stadium era in Greece. He followed up this work with an LP in 1980, "Ρεμπέτικα της Κατοχής" (Rebetika tis Katohis, Rebetiko (songs) of the occupation), which was a more gritty and meaty release, more faithful to the tone of the original rebetika as heard in the 1930s. The orchestra's name was "Εστουδιαντίνα Νέας Ιωνίας" (Estoudiantina Neas Ionias[1] and it came from Nea Ionia, a city near Volos. Since 1983 Dalaras is married to Anna Ragousi, also his manager and former politician who served with the PASOK government in 2009 and 2011. Seine Musik lässt sich in die Musikrichtungen der Laïká, des Rembetiko und des Dimotikó einordnen. Dalaras was born George Daralas, son of the rembetiko singer Loukas Daralas. The album consisted again of Dalaras and Haris Alexiou, and was composed by Apostolos Kaldaras, however the lyrics were by the emerging Lefteris Papadopoulos, who had written Dalaras' first official recording. Dalaras had been scheduled to perform a concert on the closing night of the second International Orthodox Youth Conference held in Istanbul from 11 to 15 July 2007. Apart from his prominent singing career, Dalaras is considered to be one a talented musician as he plays most of the stringed instruments of a Greek folk band with great success, including the guitar, bouzouki, baglamas, tzouras and outi. After several appearances on various recordings as a guest singer, his debut album was released in early 1969, a self-titled album released on the Minos label. Since then Estoudiantina has become one of the most important and famous orchestras in Greece. He has been selected as a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Refugee Agency. Since the 1960s, Dalaras has recorded more than 120 records. The Mikra Asia LP was followed up by "Βυζαντινός Εσπερινός" (Vizantinos Esperinos, Byzantine Vespers) in 1973. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 10. Georgios (Giorgos) Dalaras (Greek: Γεώργιος (Γιώργος) Νταλάρας and English: George Dalaras) (29 September 1949), is a Greek musician and singer of international fame.He is widely considered among the most prominent figures of Greek contemporary musical culture, with more than 70 personal albums and with sales of more than 15 million records to date. However, as a result, a new movement was set to take place in Greek music, and the once forgotten rebetes were finding themselves performing, in some cases for the first time in 30 to 40 years. 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He has toured extensively throughout the world and was even invited to sing for Nelson Mandela on his birthday. Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/, Songtexte von Giorgos Dalaras, ins Deutsche übersetzt, Essay über George Dalaras & Übersetzungen seiner Lieder,, Wikipedia:Defekte Weblinks/Ungeprüfte Archivlinks 2018-04, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“. September 1949 in Piräus, Griechenland) ist ein griechischer Musiker. Er ist der Sohn von Loukas Daralas, einem … However, again references to drugs were cut out, and only mentioned in passing. Sein Vater, seine Tante und sein Großvater waren Musiker der Laïká. [5] The event, organised by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, had drawn the ire of the Turkish press and Turkish nationalist politicians who filed complaints to the Governorship of Istanbul to revoke the licence for the concert it had issued, and the concert was abruptly cancelled by the Turkish authorities of the Governorship of Istanbul on the grounds that the country's Archaeological Service did not permit the use of the planned venue, the 15th century Rumeli Hisar castle. His relation with Kouyioumtzis remained friendly until the sudden death of the composer due to a heart attack in March 2005. Ntalaras; ausgesprochen betont als Giórgos Daláras, * 29. The album was made up entirely of a compositions by Stavros Kouyioumtzis. He has accompanied Al Di Meola and Paco de Lucía, among others. The biggest hit of the record, "Που 'ναι τα χρόνια" (Pou 'ne ta chronia, "Where are the years? Er ist der Sohn von Loukas Daralas, einem Sänger der 1950er und 1960er Jahre. He has sold more than 15,000,000 records in his career and is regarded as one of the biggest names in contemporary Greek music. Dalaras is a Greek traveler, an exceptional interpreter, a restless musician who deeply believes in the individual character of Greek music, in its power and its competence and, at the same time, in its global quality. Από την Άντζελα Γκερέκου στην Άννα Νταλάρα: όμορφες σύζυγοι τραγουδιστών με προβλήματα στην εφορία.Άλλωστε, και η Άννα Νταλάρα-Ραγκούση έχει “συλληφθεί” γυμνή, όπως η Άντζελα. September 1949 in Piräus, Griechenland) ist ein griechischer Musiker. Unlike Mikra Asia, Vizantinos Esperinos did not meet with exceptional sales, and is somewhat 'forgotten' in the repertoire of Dalaras's songs. He is widely considered among the most prominent figures of Greek contemporary musical culture, with more than 70 personal albums and with sales of more than 15 million records to date. Giorgos Dalaras - Tha se kseperaso (Video clip) - Duration: 4:05. blue6324 238,274 views. His father was Loukas Daralas (difference in surname spelling), a singer of rebetiko. The single never reached any popular status, in fact it was barely released. Er gilt als einer der charakteristischsten und erfolgreichsten griechischen Sänger der letzten Jahrzehnte. rebetiko, laïkó, Latin, pop), Israeli and Arabic music, and religious music. November 2020 um 00:06 Uhr bearbeitet. In this concert prominent artists from Balkan countries and the Mediterranean participated together with the, In February 2013, George Dalaras presented the work ", This page was last edited on 21 November 2020, at 06:10. After several LPs and further collaborations with Kouyioumtzis, Kaldaras, Manos Loïzos, Mikis Theodorakis and others, Dalaras decided to release his own renditions of rebetiko songs on the double LP "50 Χρόνια Ρεμπέτικο Τραγούδι" (Peninta Chronia Rebetiko Tragoudi, 50 Years of Rebetiko songs), released 1975.