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April 28, 2005 Melissa Block talks with the Greek singer Savina Yannatou. On her latest CD, Sumiglia, which means "similar," Yannatou sings music from the Mediterranean in twelve different languages.
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March 9, 2005 A new single from The Postal Service; The Pink Floyd-inspired Radar Brothers; Ambient electronica from Oregon's Eluvium; Misadventures with Andrew Morgan; Mediterranean music and more.
August 19, 2003 David D'Arcy profiles Savina Yannatou, a classically trained Greek singer whose first American-released CD, Terra Nostra, features music from the Mediterranean basin, sung in various languages. It includes the music of the Sephardic Jews, as well as songs from France and the British Isles. Yannatou's background is in experimental music and jazz.
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