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    To Vals Tou Gamou - Eleni Karaindrou & Jan Garbarek

    To Vals Tou Gamou

    by Eleni Karaindrou & Jan Garbarek 
    on The Beekeeper (ost)

    A great, impressive soundtrack from the movie 'The Beekeeper' directed by Theo Angeopoulos.

    Eleni Karaindrou was born in the mountain village of Teichio in central Greece and grew up in Athens where she studied piano and theory at the Hellenikon Odion. From 1969-74 she studied ethnomusicology in Paris and, on returning to Greece, founded the Laboratory for Traditional Instruments at the ORA Cultural Centre. She has since been an active campaigner on behalf of Greece’s musical resources. Karaindrou has a long history of writing for film and theatre; to date, some 18 feature films, 13 plays and 10 television series have featured her music. Although most of her work has been with Greek directors she has also collaborated with Chris Marker, Jules Dassin and Margarethe von Trotta. Eleni Karaindrou has been associated with Theo Angelopoulos since 1982.

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