Professor of Ethnomusicology at the Department of Music Studies. (University of Athens). He has a Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology-Systematic Musicology, Georg-August University of Göttingen (Germany). He studied Musicology and Philosophy at the corresponding Departments of the same University. His Ph. D. thesis, “Information on the Traditional Greek Music-Life in Travellers’ Chronicles of the 18th and the 19th Century”, has been published by the editor: Orbis Musicarum (Edition Re) 1997, in Göttingen. His work was partly sponsored by the Onassis Foundation. He received also a scholarship from the State Scholarships’ Foundation and carried out a post-doctoral research, titled “Music Transcriptions of Melodies from Xeropotamos of Drama”, which was published in June 2003, by Papagregoriou-Nakas editions. His research interests are in the area of methodology, the history of the Greek traditional music, as well as the secular music traditions of the Middle Ages.

Publications (Books)

  • «Informationen über das traditionelle griechische Musikleben in Reiseberichten des 18. und 19 Jahrhunderts», Univ.Diss.,Edition Re, Orbis Musikarum 13, Göttingen 1997.
  • “Music Transcriptions of Melodies of Xeropotamos of Drama”, Ed. K. Papagregoriou-X. Nakas, Athens 2003 (in Greek)
  • “Ethnomusicology. Historiographical and ethnographical dimensions” Ed. Nisos, Athens 2010. (in Greek).
  • “Indian Art Music. Historical, ethnomusicological dimensions” Ed. Nisos, Athens 2014 (in Greek).
  • “Musical Theory and Praxis in the Arabian Middle-Ages. Assumes and Influences”, Ed. Nissos. Athens 2019 (in Greek).
Published On: March 31st, 2022Categories: Faculty

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