Δευτέρα, 15 Σεπτεμβρίου 2008

SIRTAKI RECORD IN RHODES


Today when i was reading morning news from e-newspaper, an interesting record took attention of me...Years ago, the latest Sirtaki record was broken in a Greek Festival which was held in Australia...1608 people danced Sirtaki. I was surprised because i really didn't expect that there are many Greeks living in this continent. And why someone should have arranged an organization such as a traditional Greek dance? Anyway, then i've learnt that the current record has been broken by 2500 People who had been trained by professional dancers! A few days ago they danced Sirtaki accompanied by world-famous singer Mikis Thedorakis' well known song "Zorba-The greek" in Rhodes Island!!!

Good job guys!!! Congratulations sincerely. I really admire your music instrument Bouzuki and your traditional dance "Sirtaki"...I am sure you'll break many other record in near future!!!

Good luck...

8 σχόλια:

KitsosMitsos είπε...

Didn't you see the news about the Aboriginals in Australia dancing Syrtaki as part of their show?

Νίκος Κ. είπε...

i didn't about this story..very nice!

Burcu είπε...

@Kitsosmitsos: No i really didn't have the chance to watch it...If you have the link could u inform me pls?
Thanks;)

Ektoras είπε...

I think that the record "unofficial" should be in Holland...All the stadium of Vitesse was dancing sirtaki every time Nikos Machlas was scoring a goal :D

eri είπε...

A bit off-topic comment: zorbas song is fantastic, once i was a part in a chorus and we sang it,unfortunately the singer Basis had the leading voice and he murdered it, he was very unready for this performance, anywayyyy
Greetings

Ektoras είπε...

Eri...the song zorbas is instrumental... :D

Burcu είπε...

:)

eri είπε...

Ektora this instrumental part of the song is just only a part of a melodic poem written for zorbas that definetely has verses..