Yannis a. papaioannou γιάννης α. παπαϊωάννου συμφωνικά έργα


He died in Athens on August 3, 1972 in a road accident and was buried in a cemetery in Kallithea , just southwest of Athens near the Tzitzifies area of south Kallithea where he, like many other rebetiko and laiko musicians, would frequently perform. [1]

Papaioannou was the first musician to systematically teach atonal, 12-note and serial techniques before 1970. His compositional career falls into five main phases: Early Impressionist (1932–8), National School (1939–43), Hindemithian neo-classicism combined with elements of Byzantine music (1944–52), 12-note period (1953–1966) and the last period (1966–89) in which he developed an entirely personal technique.

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