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Varvoglēs [Varvoglis], Marioslocked

  • Yannis Belonis


(b Brussels, Dec 10, 1885; d Athens, July 30, 1967). Greek composer, music educator, and critic. One of the leaders of the Greek National Music School, he was born in Brussels during a business trip of his father (a professor in the Army Cadet’s School), though he claimed Athens as his birthplace. Varvoglēs’ artistic nature emerged from a very early age, specifically in the field of painting. He attended the School of Fine Arts where he apprenticed with Nikēphoros Lytras and Giōrgos Roilos (...

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Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart