Λέγ' η αγράμπελη
Σύμφωνα με τον Catalogue of Copyright Entries New Series Vol 24 Part 3, Musical Compositions, σελ. 669, το τραγούδι διασκεύασε ο Δημοσθένης Ζάττας.
According to the researcher Gerasimos Sot. Galanos, the music of the song, which "occupies a prominent place in the multitude of songs from Kefalonia", "is attributed from time to time to many composers" (Nikolaos Tzanis-Metaxas, Gerasimos Kakouratos, giorgos Dellaportas, E. Makris), and the choir in this particular cover is comprised "of the old serenaders from the village of Svoronata, Kefalonia, who migrated to New York". Regarding the poem "Agrampeli" by Aristotelis Valaoritis, Gerasimos Sot. Galanos points out: "Valaoritis clearly gives us the love dimension between the two elements and makes in the end the fragrant virgin's bower ('agrampeli') feel defeated by this coexistence, as well as always enslaved to the plane tree. Critics say that the fragrant virgin's bower symbolizes the common people and that the plane tree symbolizes power. Consequently, the fragrant virgin's bower/common people wants to be led by strong power and to rely on their progress. According to other researchers, this symbolism is not valid; it is rather a love desire of a lord of noble origin, who, in the poem, is symbolized by the wild plane tree, and the fragrant virgin's bower symbolizes the young woman who comes from a lower social class. That is, class differences are strongly presented in the poem, a phenomenon common for that time."
According to the Catalog of Copyright Entries New Series Vol 24 Part 3, Musical Compositions, p. 669, the song was adapted by Dimosthenis Zattas.
78 RPM Records Item Type Metadata
Ερμηνευτής / Singer
Στιχουργός / Lyrics writer
Ορχήστρα - Εκτελεστές / Orchestra - Singers
Αριθμός Σειράς / Coupling number
Αριθμός Μήτρας / Matrix Number
Διάρκεια ηχογραφήματος / Length of the song
Θέση ηχογραφήματος / Place of record (object)
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