Aidonidis Hronis


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Born: 23-12-1928
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From: Greece, Karoti, Evros


He was born on the 23rd of December 1928 in Karoti, a village near Didymoteicho, in Greece. His parents were revered Christos and Mrs Chrysanthi Aidonidis. He learned his first songs in his hometown and was introduced into the word of traditional music by his mother and the musicians who used to play at the local fairs.
He was taught byzantine music first by his father and later by the professor Michalis Kefalokoptis. In 1950 he came to live in Athens with his parents, where he completed his studies in byzantine music at the Hellenic Conservatory, with the famous teacher Theodoros Hadjitheodorou. In March of the same year he was hired at the Sismanogleion Hospital, where he worked as an account.
An important incident changed his life, when in 1953 the great folklore scientist Polydoros Papachristodoulou proposed him to participate in his radio show entitled Echoes from Thrace, presenting for the first time the musical treasure of his fatherland. Till now Chronis Aidonidis has released many records with the most beautiful songs of nothern, eastern and western Thrace.


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Συνέντευξη με τον Χρόνη Αηδονίδη

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30 March 10, 15:13
Κύριε Χρόνη καλησπέρα σας. Είναι μεγάλη τιμή για τον ¨Ορφέα¨ αυτή η σύντομη συνομιλία μας με αφορμή την έκδοση του νέου σας δίσκου. Χ.Α.: Καλησπέρα Θεοδόση, μου αρέσει το όνομα του περιοδικού σας. Σε ακούω παιδί μου.   Μετά το ¨Όταν οι δρόμοι συναντιούνται¨ (2004) και το...

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