New links

A new page has been added: “Links

It can be found in the browser of the website, next to “Home”, “News”, and more.
A lot of links could be added, but all Mikis Theodorakis-websites or fan-websites contain internal links to political statements, written by Mikis Theodorakis, or refer to Theodorakis’ official websites, and create by that an indirect link to these political statements. To learn more about this please read my homepage.

So, here are the only not politically affected links (till so far):

  • The Music of Mikis Theodorakis: YouTube
  • The Music of Mikis Theodorakis: Google+
  • The Music of Mikis Theodorakis: Tidal
  • The Music of Mikis Theodorakis: iTunes
  • The Musik of Mikis Theodorakis: Spotify
  • The Music of Mikis Theodorakis: Spotibot
  • Links to all Theodorakis Music on Spotibot 
  • The Music of Mikis Theodorakis: Google Play

Really spectacular and free of costs to be listened are “Spotify”, and very helpful in searching special music is the website “Spotibot”.

The website “Tidal” is not free of costs, and though they offer a free trial of thirty days, already before starting one has to fill in the way of paying, with all info. This is a sneaky way to take money from your bank account in case you forget to stop the thirty days free trial.

The music they offer is great, and worth it to take an abonnement. If you want to spend the money for it. (About ten euros per month.) Not much for a lot, for me it is.

Another alternative is Google Play. It contains much music, excellent quality, but it is not free of costs. I have to study more about these music sites, what is the best choice. As soon I know more I will mention it here.

Post updated: 29 october 2015


About "The Music of Mikis Theodorakis"

The blog "The Music of Mikis Theodorakis" started in 2010. The not-for-profit activities of the initiator were and are to collect, create and publish information about the MUSIC of the Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis via YouTube, Google+, Twitter, and this blog. Sources for this information are utterly strictly related with Mikis Theodorakis' Music only. The icon is a bouzouki. It is Greece's national symbol for freedom. During the Regime of the Colonels (Military Junta, 1967-1974) the bouzouki was forbidden. Mikis Theodorakis used this authentic Greek instrument in almost all his compositions, and Greeks were listening to Theodorakis's music in the underground scene, during the Military Junta time.
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