Videos with my music and/or about music

**For a long period of my life I have been a professional composer (about 17 years). This was before my studies in psychology and Gestalt therapy – on which I focus today in parallel with my great interest in writing.
**In this category there are: videos with past compositions of mine, videos about some of my activities connected with music, as well as some videos without words that I use in my lectures and are accompanied by my music.

The waltz of Beatrice

A song from my work «BEATRICE» (1992 - LP album, 1995 CD). The lyrics are by Hariklia Vassilioiu, Spiros Sakkas sings and Fotis Baxes plays the guitar
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The art of listening-1 [intro on a webinar – video & text from the description]

We finally consume stimuli, no matter what stimuli. And as a consequence of lining in a “noise” of stimuli we desensitise: I mean that we become unable to give any meaning to our senses, since we are simply consuming what they are bringing in our being every moment.
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“Gloria” – A hymn

Personally I simply have several feelings and awe just by being a tiny particle of this vast universe - so I enjoyed deeply composing this music as a gesture of respect to the Immense Unknown.
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“Algorithmic aria-2” [in MUSICA PRACTICA]-CD, 1995, 16th track

In “MUSICA PRACTICA” I intended to explore and show the vast possibilities of the electronic instruments when they are used  creatively and not only to produce some beat or to imitate acoustic instruments. 
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“Song” [in ARS MORIENDI] – CD, 2000, 6th & 12th track

ARS MORIENDI was my last work as a composer. At that time I was already training in Gestalt psychotherapy.
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“NOTES FOR YOU” – without words

A video consisting of selected images from my 1st book translated in English, and music with parts of my past compositions.
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What is PSP? [an introductory slideshow accompanied by my music]

A series of slides for a brief PSP description, accompanied by my music
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The sexual self and the power of the ancient wolf

A video that I use in the 2nd of a series of 4 autonomous lectures, in which I explore the broader topic of eros, love and sexual desire.
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A frog who insisted expecting a longtime forgotten kiss

The lecture was about the futile eternal expectance of the "Other" who may "save" us by her or his kiss, transforming us from ugly frogs into a beautiful prince or princess.
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The Shadow and the inner child [no words]

One more VIDEO that I made to use in my lectures on themes which have to do with 2 interconnected ideas: of the Shadow and the inner child. The music is from my composition “APOCALYPSE"
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REQUIEM for childhood [no words]

A VIDEO that I made to use in my lectures on themes which have to do with 2 interconnected ideas: of the Shadow and the inner child. The visual material consists of photos by Anna Radchenko and the the music is part of my composition "Musica Practica".
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Selected scenes from Tarkovsky’s “SOLARIS” [Andrey Tarkovsky] – [soundtrack: “Dawn”]

A video accompanying my lecture "The grandeur of planet Solaris: towards the boundaries of eros and death". The music is my composition "Dawn".
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I am listening to music. Am I listening to? How? [no words]

Who knows? Maybe what we considered cacophony till now, may open a new vast horizon of beautiful audio landscapes, if we only become actively willing to open to new sound palettes.
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