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Greek Singer Savina Yannatou and the Sounds of 'Sumiglia'

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Melissa Block talks with the Greek singer Savina Yannatou. Yannatou is a classically trained vocalist who got her start singing Baroque, renaissance and early music.

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On her latest CD, Sumiglia, which means "similar," Yannatou sings music from the Mediterranean in twelve different languages.

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Sumiglia
Artist
Savina Yannatou
Label
ECM
Released
2005

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