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Jani Christou (Greek: Γιάννης Χρήστου, Giánnīs Chrī́stou; 8 or 9 January 1926 – 8 January 1970) was a Greek composer. There is some disagreement about Christou's birth, the date of which is given by some authorities as 8 January (Lucciano 2000, xv;Leotsakos 2001), while others state 9 January (Slonimsky 1965, 227; Stewart 1999).

The function of music is to create soul, by creating conditions for myth, the root of all soul.

Jani Christou (Greek: Γιάννης Χρήστου, Giánnīs Chrī́stou; 8 or 9 January 1926 – 8 January 1970) was a Greek composer. There is some disagreement about Christou's birth, the date of which is given by some authorities as 8 January (Lucciano 2000, xv; Leotsakos 2001), while others state 9 January (Slonimsky 1995, 227; Stewart 1999)

Get the Tempo of the songs by Γιάννης Χρήστου, including Six . Eliot Songs: II. Death by Water (Waste Land, IV), Six . Eliot Songs: III. Melange adultere de tout (Poems - 1920), Toccata for Pianoforte and Orchestra, Phoenix Music, Six . Eliot Songs: Virginia (Landscapes, II), Six . Eliot Songs: I. New Hampshire (Landscapes, I), Six . Eliot Songs: IV. Eyes that Last I saw in Tears (Minor Poems). Y. experimental classical avant-garde contemporary classical minimal contemporary improvisation modern classical.

Christou's work is often thought to fall into three broad periods. The works of the first period (1948-58) have been described by Christou himself as freely atonal. In his second phase (1960-64) Christou developed what he called "meta-serialism" whose main emphasis is on polyphony, rhythmic dynamism and instrumental colours. During his third period (1964-70) Christou developed his own notation and he increasingly stressed the improvisatory element. Phoenix Music (for orchestra) - 1949 First Symphony - 1949-50 Latin Liturgy - 1953 Six .

ιάννης Χρήστου (1926-1970), Συμφωνία αρ. 2 για ορχήστρα και χορωδία (1957-1958) III: Messa (Vigoroso, Lentamente, Sostenuto) Χορωδίες ΕΡΤ και Μακεδονία - Συμφωνική ορχήστρα της ΕΡΤ, Μιλτιάδης Καρύδης Symphony Orchestra & Chorus of the Greek Broadcasting Corporation with Chorus "Macedonia" . Miltiades Caridis : Jani Christou (1926-1970): Symphony no. 2 (1957-1958), movement III. 13 June 18. Γιάννης Χρήστου (1926-1970), Συμφωνία αρ. 2 για ορχήστρα και χορωδία (1957-1958). III: Messa (Vigoroso, Lentamente, Sostenuto). He was educated at the English School in Alexandria and he took his first piano lessons from various teachers and from the important Greek pianist Gina Bachauer. In 1948 he gained an MA in philosophy after having studied with Ludwig Wittgenstein and Bertrand Russell in Cambridge (Leotsakos 2001).

Jani Christou, or Γιάννης Χρήστου, (January 9, 1926 – January 9, 1970), was a Greek composer born in Heliopolis, Egypt, of Greek parents. In 1948 he was awarded an MA in philosophy after having studied with Ludwig Wittgenstein and Bertrand Russell in Cambridge.