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Sakellaridis [Sakellarides], Theophrastos [Theofrastos]locked

  • Manolis Seiragakis


(b Athens, Sept 7, 1883; d Athens, Jan 2, 1950). Greek composer, conductor, and librettist. In the first stage of his career he tried to succeed his father Ioannis Sakellarides as a pioneer in the effort to incorporate Byzantine music into the staging of ancient drama. His incidental music for Aristophanes’s ...

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