1.   Literature


  • Aristoteles, “Poetics” [c. 367-347 Β.C.]

(Αριστοτέλης, Ποιητική, μτφ. Δ. Λυπουρλής, εκδ. ΖΗΤΡΟΣ, Θεσσαλονίκη, 2008)

  • Aristoxenus, “Elements of Harmonics” – “Elements of Rhythm” [c. 300 B.C.]

(Αριστόξενος, Αρμονικά στοιχεία, Ρυθμικά στοιχεία, Αποσπάσματα, μτφ. Φιλολογική Ομάδα Κάκτου, εκδ. ΚΑΚΤΟΣ, Αθήνα, 2005)

  • Plutarch, “On Music [c. 90 A.D.]

(Πλούταρχος, ΗΘΙΚΑ, τόμος 29, “Περί μουσικής”, μτφ. Φιλολογική Ομάδα Κάκτου, εκδ. ΚΑΚΤΟΣ,  Αθήνα, 2005)

  • Claudius Ptolemy, “Harmonics” [c. 2nd century A.D.]

(Ingmar Düring, Die Harmonielehre des Klaudius Ptolemaios. Göteborgs Högskolas Årsskrift, vol. 36,  nº 1. Göteborg 1930)

  • Aristides Quintilianus, “On Music” [c. 3rd century A.D.]

(Aristides Quintilianus, “De Musica I”, Winnington-Ingram, Leipzig, 1963)

  • Kritos Georgios “Elements of greek ancient metric”

(Κρήτος Γεώργιος, “Στοιχεία αρχαιοελληνικής μετρικής”, εκδ. Μαστορίδη, Θεσσαλονίκη, 1970)

  • Iannis Xenakis “Texts about music and architectur”

(Ξενάκης Ιάννης, “Κείμενα περί μουσικής και αρχιτεκτονικής”, εκδ. ΨΥΧΟΓΙΟΣ, Αθήνα, 2001)

  • Solomos Makis “IANNIS XENAKIS: The universe of strange creator”

(Σολωμός Μάκης, “IANNHΣ ΞΕΝΑΚΗΣ: Το σύμπαν ενός ιδιότυπου δημιουργού”,εκδ. ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΕΙΑ, Αθήνα, 2008)

  • Varga Balint Andras, “Conversations with Iannis Xenakis”

(Βάργκα Μπάλιντ Άντρας, “Συνομιλίες με τον Ιάννη Ξενάκη”, μτφ. Αλέκα Συμεωνίδου, εκδ. Ποταμός, Αθήνα, 2004)

  • A tribute of National Metsovian Technical University to a graduate student: Iannis Xenakis

(Ένα αφιέρωμα του Εθνικού Μετσοβίου Πολυτεχνείου προς έναν απόφοιτό του: Ιάννης Ξενάκης, εκδ. Σύγχρονη Εποχή, Αθήνα, 1994)


  • Hourmouziades Nikos, “The chorus in ancient greek drama”

(Χουρμουζιάδης Νίκος, “Ο χορός στο αρχαίο ελληνικό δράμα”, εκδ. Στιγμή, Αθήνα, 2010)

  • Hourmouziades Nikos, “On chorus”

(Χουρμουζιάδης Νίκος, “Περί χορού”, εκδ. Καστανιώτης, Αθήνα, 1998)

  • Fotopoulos Dionysis, “Masks Theater

(Φωτόπουλος Διονύσης, “Μάσκες Θέατρο”, εκδ. Καστανιώτης, Αθήνα, 1980)

  • Koun Karolos, “About theater”

(Κουν Κάρολος, “Για το θέατρο”, εκδ. Κακουλίδης, Αθήνα, 1981)

  • Koun Karolos, “We make theater for our soul”

(Κουν Κάρολος, “Κάνουμε θέατρο για την ψυχή μας”, εκδ. Καστανιώτης, Αθήνα, 2000)


2. CD’s and DVD’s





3. Documents







4. Internet









       The tradition of wrestling (Serres)_2

       The tradition of Anastenaria (fire-walking)_2



1. Network diagram and explanation

  • Papadopoulos Ilias composer and lyra of Pontos player

(He was my composition teacher in my Bachelor and he was the first one which he introduced me in deeper theoretical analysis of greek traditional  musicvia ancient greek studies and how connected these two cultures.)

  • Kyriakakis Giorgoscomposer

(He is greek composer of contemporary music and he have introduced in his works elements of byzantine and greek traditional music.)

  • Karakantza Sofia theatre director

(I have already worked with her several times and she can advise me both the ancient greek theater and stage performance.)

  • Vovolis Thanoscostume designer specializing in design and manufacture of masks    

(I found him in internet and I thought that could be advise me about the ideas with masks.) 

  • Theodorou Kostascomposer / improviser/ d. bass and percussion player

(I join in Kostas Theodorou -Dine Donneff- Quartet he combines elements from macedonian music, modern music and improvisation to narrate a story and create illustrations.) 

  • Rizopoulos Alexandrosarchitecture and percussion player

(He is a friend of mine and we worked for many years in the same band and in the past we have discussed about the music performance and the space.)

  • Robin de Raaff composer / main subject teacher
  • Rene Uijlenhoet  composer specializing in electronic sound
  • Jan Bas Bollen  composer specializing in visual media


2. Network interviews

a. Summary of interview with Robin de Raaff:

I had a discussion last week with my main subject teacher and I informed him about my topic and my first ideas. We talked about the ancient greek studies about music and the connection with the greek traditional music, we analyzed the below picture, that I created to make more clear my artistic research question. He told that my topic is very interesting and he liked a lot the parts about the intervals and masks.



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