Label: EMI - 217052 2 • Format: CD Album, Remastered • Country: Greece • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Modern, Éntekhno
His legacy and contribution is widespread among the works of contemporary Greek music, through the second half of the 20th and into the 21st century. His musical education began at the age of four and consisted of piano lessons from the Armenian pianist Altunian. At the same time, he learned to play the violin and the accordion.
After the separation of his parents, Hatzidakis moved permanently to Athens in with his mother. A few years later inhis father died in an aircraft accident. This event, in combination with the beginning of World War IIbrought the family into a difficult financial situation.
The young Hatzidakis earned his livelihood as a docker at the port, an Σε Ποιον Να Πω Τον Πόνο Μου - Γιώτα Λίδια* - Αξέχαστες Επιτυχίες seller at the Fix factory, an employee in Megalokonomou's photography shop and as an assistant nurse at the Military Hospital.
At the same time, he expanded his musical knowledge by studying advanced music theory with Menelaos Pallandios, in the period At the same time, he studied philosophy at the University of Athens. However, he never completed this course. During this period, he met and connected with other musicians, writers and intellectuals. During the last period of the Axis occupation of Greecehe was an active participant in the Greek Resistance through membership of the United Panhellenic Organization of Youth EPONthe youth branch of the major resistance organisation EAMwhere he met Mikis Theodorakis with whom he soon developed a strong friendship.
At this point he began writing immensely popular "pop" songs and movie soundtracks alongside more serious works, such as 's The C. Cycle O Kyklos tou C. Hatzidakis always maintained that he wrote his serious pieces for himself and his less serious ones to make a living.
Του Βοτανικού Ο Μάγκας - Μάνος Χατζιδάκις* - Ο Σκληρός Απρίλης Του 45 Hatzidakis met Nana Mouskourihis first "ideal interpreter", a skilled vocalist who shaped the Band Intro / Symphony of Destruction - Megadeth - Its Coming Fast of his music. He also wrote the music for a song which Arthur Altman added English lyrics to and gave to Brenda Lee.
The song was " All Alone Am I ". He did not return to Greece until due to his opposition to Greece's military dictatorship. While in the United States he completed several more Του Βοτανικού Ο Μάγκας - Μάνος Χατζιδάκις* - Ο Σκληρός Απρίλης Του 45 compositions, including Rhythmology Rythmologia for solo piano, his compilation, Gioconda's Smile produced by Quincy Jonesand the song cycle, Magnus Eroticus Megalos Erotikosin which he used ancient SapphoEuripidesmedieval stanzas from folk songs and George Hortatzis ' romance Erophile and modern Dionysios SolomosConstantine CavafyOdysseus ElytisNikos Gatsos Greek poems, as well as an excerpt from the Old Testament book "Song of Songs".
Hatzidakis returned to Greece in and recorded Magnus Eroticus with opera-trained alto Fleury Dantonaki and singer Dimitris Psarianos. In he launched his own record company "Seirios" Sirius. In he helped Foivos Delivorias get started in his singing career. In he founded and directed the Orchestra of Colours Orchestra ton Chromatona small symphonic orchestra. He died on 15 June in Athens at the age of 68, from acute pulmonary edema.
In the City of Athens dedicated Technopolis in his memory. He was buried in Paiania. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Manos Hatzidakis. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. This section relies largely or entirely on a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.
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