August 22, 2002 Eleni Karaindrou is one of Greece's greatest living composers. Her newest work is a musical interpretation of The Trojan Women, Euripides' tragedy about the barbarism of war. Reviewer Banning Eyre has a review of the music, which is now available on CD. (4:30) The CD is on ECM Records - #472139.
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