[MGSA-L] MGSA-L Digest, Vol 93, Issue 17

Gail Holst-Warhaft glh3 at cornell.edu
Tue Jan 17 16:34:36 PST 2012


The Mauthausen Cycle by Theodorakis is easy to find in a Hebrew version by Elinoar Moav.
Yehuda Poliker has, of course, done anumber of rebetika songs.


Gail Holst-Warhaft
Adjunct Professor, Comparative Literature, Biological and Environmental Engineering
Cornell Institute for European Studies
Director, Mediterranean Initiative
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Today's Topics:

   1. FW: Interdisciplinary and Comparative Approaches to Ethnic
      Conflict (Martha Klironomos)
   2. Re: The passing of legendary soccer player Lefter
      K???kandonyadis (George Baloglou)
   3. Greek songs *from* Israel (George Baloglou)
   4. Re: Greek songs *from* Israel (Pavlos Andronikos)


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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 23:13:29 +0000
From: Martha Klironomos <mkliro at sfsu.edu>
Subject: [MGSA-L] FW: Interdisciplinary and Comparative Approaches to
        Ethnic  Conflict
To: "mgsa-l at uci.edu" <mgsa-l at uci.edu>
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Of possible interest.

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From: EUI-CIVILWAR at LIST.CINECA.IT [EUI-CIVILWAR at LIST.CINECA.IT] on behalf of Tasoula Vervenioti [tasoula at OTENET.GR]
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 9:25 AM
To: EUI-CIVILWAR at LIST.CINECA.IT
Subject: Fw: Interdisciplinary and Comparative Approaches to EthnicConflict

Isos endiaferei!



>
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Message: 2
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2012 08:11:42 +0200
From: George Baloglou <gbaloglou at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [MGSA-L] The passing of legendary soccer player Lefter
        K???kandonyadis
To: "Christos D. Katsetos" <cd_katsetos at yahoo.com>
Cc: MGSA List <mgsa-l at uci.edu>
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Kudos to Dr. Katsetos for having compiled all this information: far
from being of interest to soccer fans only, Lefter(is)' story
illuminates many sides of the difficult relation between Greece and
Turkey; I can already see a book coming out of this, which will
hopefully answer my questions -- like the relation between his move to
AEK and the 1964 events, for example (this question is obvious, but
not quite touched by the articles below).

For soccer funs: I have no doubt Lefter(is) was thrilled by the
remarkable successes of Turkish soccer in the 2002-2008 interval, but
I do not know how he felt when Muslimovic scored PAOK's 'winning' goal
in overtime against Fenerbahse in August 2010 -- I watched that game
in a hotel room in Cappadocia, I do recall, having skipped our group's
visit to a dervish dance! [Speaking of PAOK, I very recently heard the
story of one of PAOK's founding members who returned to Istanbul
around 1930 -- much like Lefter(is) did in 1967, perhaps...]

Dear Christos, your message made me miss the super market's closing
time 11 hours ago -- you owe me a bottle of ayran now :-)

On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 5:43 PM, Christos D. Katsetos
<cd_katsetos at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Recognizing that history of sport may be of tangential interest?in MGSA-L,
> I have decided to pass on the sad news about the?passing of legendary
> soccer player?Lefter Andonyadis (???????????????????) in Istanbul.
>
> Lefter K???kandonyadis (???????? ??????????) (1925-2012)
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skK9_dSp80c
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9jj1AljtNU
>
> http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/thousands-bid-farewell-to-turkish-football-star.aspx?pageID=238&nID=11484&NewsCatID=362
> http://kathimerini.com.cy/index.php?pageaction=kat&modid=1&artid=73546
>
> From the blogosphere:
> http://gr.ferhatbingol.com/2012/01/13/lefter-kucukandonyadis-????????-??????????-has-died/
> http://fanarion.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-post_14.html
> http://fanarion.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-post_15.html
> http://mikrasiatis.gr/?p=7868
> http://liberopoulos.gr/listcats.php?subaction=showfull&id=1197006565&archive=&start_from=&ucat=27&show_cat=27
> http://www.onalert.gr/default.php?pname=Article&catid=2&art_id=11403
>
> =====
> CDK
> 01/17/2012
>
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??????? ????????? -- ???????????

http://www.oswego.edu/~baloglou (1988 - 2008)

http://crystallomath.wordpress.com (2009 - )


One monkey remained unaccounted for Wednesday night, but Lutz and
conservationist Jack Hanna, who assisted in the effort, said the
animal may have been eaten by one of the big cats. --
http://edition.cnn.com/2011/10/19/us/ohio-animals-on-loose/index.html


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Message: 3
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2012 13:40:05 +0200
From: George Baloglou <gbaloglou at gmail.com>
Subject: [MGSA-L] Greek songs *from* Israel
To: MGSA List <mgsa-l at uci.edu>
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Many of us know how popular Greek music is in Israel, and many Greek
songs can be heard there, be it in Greek or in Hebrew. But do any of
you know of any Israeli songs that they have been sang in Greek (same
music, possibly different story)?

[All answers welcome, but preference for songs without a Yiddish etc
past (like "Balalaika") or Arabic past -- the one I came across this
morning is 100/% Israeli, and, what a useless hint, it is the only
song its Greek 'composer' has been credited with...]

--

??????? ????????? -- ???????????

http://www.oswego.edu/~baloglou (1988 - 2008)

http://crystallomath.wordpress.com (2009 - )


One monkey remained unaccounted for Wednesday night, but Lutz and
conservationist Jack Hanna, who assisted in the effort, said the
animal may have been eaten by one of the big cats. --
http://edition.cnn.com/2011/10/19/us/ohio-animals-on-loose/index.html


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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2012 01:46:49 +1100
From: "Pavlos Andronikos" <andronikos at iinet.net.au>
Subject: Re: [MGSA-L] Greek songs *from* Israel
To: mgsa-l at uci.edu
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I've always thought ???? ????? ???? ??????? sounds
like it may have a Jewish origin. I've no hard evidence, but it does
sound different to other songs of the Aegean. ?Apparently it is from
Rhodes which did have a Jewish community.?
See?http://kanellatou.gr/en/music-archive/lyrics/item/1065-diaskeves-paradosiakon-pera-stous-pera-kampous.htmlhttp://www.rhodesjewishmuseum.org/?and?http://www.youtu.be/watch?v=voscWtJhxI4&feature=related
Regards
Pavlos Andronikos?

----- Original Message -----
From: "George Baloglou"
To:"MGSA List"
Cc:
Sent:Tue, 17 Jan 2012 13:40:05 +0200
Subject:[MGSA-L] Greek songs *from* Israel

 Many of us know how popular Greek music is in Israel, and many Greek
 songs can be heard there, be it in Greek or in Hebrew. But do any of
 you know of any Israeli songs that they have been sang in Greek (same
 music, possibly different story)?

 [All answers welcome, but preference for songs without a Yiddish etc
 past (like "Balalaika") or Arabic past -- the one I came across this
 morning is 100/% Israeli, and, what a useless hint, it is the only
 song its Greek 'composer' has been credited with...]

 --

 ??????? ????????? -- ???????????

 http://www.oswego.edu/~baloglou (1988 - 2008)

 http://crystallomath.wordpress.com (2009 - )

 One monkey remained unaccounted for Wednesday night, but Lutz and
 conservationist Jack Hanna, who assisted in the effort, said the
 animal may have been eaten by one of the big cats. --
 http://edition.cnn.com/2011/10/19/us/ohio-animals-on-loose/index.html
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