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Katy Romanou, Thomas J. Mathiesen, Alexander Lingas, Nikos Maliaras, Achilleus Chaldaiakis, John Plemmenos, Pyrros Bamichas, Kostas Kardamis, Sofia Kontossi, Myrto Economides, Dafni Tragaki, Ioannis Tsagkarakis, Kostas Chardas, Manolis Seiragakis, Sotirios Chianis and Rudolph M. Brandl

as solo organ played by M. Chiotis at the head of a classical orchestra (Kentrikon 1961), combined with a series of works of exceptionally high quality which spread not only throughout mass audiences, but also conquered the most significant places of art music (Epidaurus, Greek Dance Theater). The difference between the two composers is accurately reflected in the release of the song-cycle Epitaph ( 1960 ), a poem by Yiannis Ritsos set to music by Theodorakis. Two different orchestrations appeared: the first by the composer, with the popular music singer G. Bithikotsis