Scenes from Ancient Greece
by Panagiotis Theodossiou
Piano Solo - Digital Sheet Music

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Piano Solo - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.886657

Composed by Panagiotis Theodossiou. 20th Century,Concert,Contemporary,Standards. Score. 12 pages. Panagiotis Theodossiou #3056211. Published by Panagiotis Theodossiou (A0.886657).

 "Scenes from Ancient Greece", for piano solo (2010)
      I.Invocation (1st Delphic Hymn to Apollo)
    II.Ritual  (from "Orestes" Stasimon by Euripides)
    III.Dance (Pirryhios) Toccata
     An Invocation, a Ritual, a Dance. Three acts of calling upon God, three different aspects of refering to Him. One of call, one of prayer, one of bacchanale ecstasy. Each one is based on a melody fragment from Ancient Greek Melos depicting three scenes from Ancient Greece.
     Performed in "Faculty Recital" at "Philips Autograph Library" of  West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2010 by Konstantinos Papadakis to whom is dedicated. 

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