Selection of unpublished works

to play my compositions in this page click on their titles

In this list, there are some of my unpublished works, apart my discography (you may listen to most of my recorded in LPs and CDs works directly from the discography page).

I left out my rather “purely” experimental ones, and what is included here are some indicative pieces composed mainly for theatre.

Like it happens with the pieces in “discography”, these ones too had to be in mp3 format, discarding the demands of audio quality.

Some pieces in this list were made exclusively for electronics, and they are in a complete form. Instead, some other ones, are just draft sketches in electronics, and they would need further work to become stand-alone music. 

Various pieces for theatre
most of these pieces are mentioned only by their title without mentioning the performance for which their were composed
"Dionyssios Solomos"
Music for the theatrical performance by the "National Theatre of North Greece" (ΚΘΒΕ)
"Night tale"
for the exhibition with the paintings by Christina Mitsani
"Childhood Elegy"
for violoncello and electronic instruments - Yannis Stefos plays violoncello
"Locus/2 or: Paradise has no apple-tree"
for the exhibition of paintings by Herman Blaut. The work is recorded in my CD "Musica " - tracks 17-21
"The labour of Holiness"
for the exhibition of paintings with hagiographies - the biggest part of this work includes appropriately integrated elements of my composition "APOCALYPSE" (produced by "National Theatre of North Greece" - ΚΘΒΕ)
Music for the theatre group "Parathlassi"
for various performances
"The Network or: how advertisements kill"
a rather extreme experimentation based on a fantastic story about the battle between advertisements and 3 well known arias - it was composed for a TV interview entitled "Radio Nightmare"
"The woman of Zaithos"
This work includes besides music the full GREEK text by the poet D. Solomos, narrated by Dimitris Karelis - produced by "National Theatre of North Greece" (ΚΘΒΕ). Even if the voice is in Greek, I include this work here because someone might find interesting how it is worked through the connection of the voice with the music
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