"Prylis" Toccata for piano solo
by Panagiotis Theodossiou
Piano Solo - Digital Sheet Music

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SKU: A0.886742

Composed by Panagiotis Theodossiou. Concert,Contemporary,Standards. Score. 11 pages. Panagiotis Theodossiou #6093145. Published by Panagiotis Theodossiou (A0.886742).

"Prylis", An Ancient Greek Female War Dance, Toccata for piano solo Op.85.  (2020)
A work in the form of a toccata, written for and dedicated to famous piano soloist Sorina Aust – Ioan.
Once upon a time in Ancient Greece, female warriors used to perform a severe and rythmic dance called "Prylis". It was the sheer counterpart of the very well-known male war dance "Pyrrihios". In my imagination, "Prylis" was the dance performed in 1803, before the Greek Revolution, by women of Souli, a village of Hepiros in North-West Greece, while on the run of the Ottomans were thrown by themselves one by one from the cliffs of the mount Zalongo not to be captured and disgraced by them becoming a symbol of heroism and self-sacrifice over the years!

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