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  SCIENTIFIC ADVISER- Dr. RENATA DALIANOUDI  
     
 
DR RENATA DALIANOYDI
Dr Renata Dalianoudi, born in Athens, is a graduate of the Faculty of Musical Studies, Athens University, with the highest mark. As a post-graduate scholar of the Foundation of State’s Scholarships, she wrote her Ph.D (1997-2003) on Ethnomusicology with the subject: “Manos Hadjidakis and the Greek popular musical tradition” (1400 pgs
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Dr Renata Dalianoudi

University and musical studies

Renata Dalianoudi, born in Athens, is a graduate of the Faculty of ╠usical Studies, Athens University, with the highest mark. As a post-graduate scholar of the Foundation of State’s Scholarships, she wrote her Ph.D (1997-2003) on Ethnomusicology with the subject: “Manos Hadjidakis and the greek popular musical tradition” (1400 pgs).

Her musical studies also include piano studies at the Athens Conservatory and organ- accordion- and guitar-studies at the National Conservatory of Athens. In 1996 she obtained the Piano Diploma, the Organ Diploma and the Accordion Diploma with the highest distinction. She has also been student of the Dance School of Classical Ballet and Rhythmic of the National Conservatory of Athens.

   Projects of Field Research for the preservation and registration of local traditional repertory

a) “THLIď┴S: The Violistic tradition in Eastern and Western Crete”, under the sponsorship of the Foundation of Technology & Research, of the Institute of Mediterranean Studies and of A.U.

b) “┴═TH┼╠¤US: Registration of cultural and musical documents of Greece (particularly of the islands of the Northern Aegean and Northern Epirus) in database” under the sponsorship of the Foundation of Technology & Research, of the Institute of Mediterranean Studies and of Athens and Patras Universities.

c) Info-society: “Preservation through technology: Digitalization and promotion of the greek musical culture- traditional dancing songs from mainland”, under the sponsorship of the Institute of Research on Music and Acoustics.
Publications, articles

§         The Complete Work List of Manos Hadjidakis in the International Biographical Dictionary Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (2001) and in the German Encyclopedia usik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (2002).

§          Many scientific articles and 12 congress papers published in the journal of the Faculty of Musical Studies, “USE”, the journal “Folklore”, the journal “Polyphonia”, and the journal of the International Organization of Folk Art (I.O.V.)-in operational relationship with UNESCO- IOV HELLAS, of which is member of the Scientific Committee.

She has written four post-Doctoral (ethno) musicological monographs:
  • Manos Hadjidakis and the greek folk music; From the rebetika and popular songs to the art music, ed. Hellinika Prosopa, Athens 2009.
  • Manos Hadjidakis: the folk & popular instrumentation in his work, ed. Hellinika Prosopa, Athens 2009.
  • The violin and the lute as traditional instrumental pair in Western Crete- Tunings, Repertory, Techniques, ed. Organization of Cretan Artists, Heraklio 2004.
  • The violin and the guitar as traditional instrumental pair in Eastern Crete- Tunings, Repertory, Techniques, ed. Organization of Cretan Artists, Heraklio 2004.
  • Distinctions
    • 31 scholarships from: a) the Foundation of State’s Scholarships, b) the Legacy “Papadakis” A.U., c) the Athens Conservatory, d) the National Conservatory and e) the Foundation of Technology & Research.

§         Working experience

o       2006-2008: Professor-Adviser at the Greek Open University, Faculty of Greek Civilization, teaching “The history of Music and Dance from Antiquity to Modernity”.

o       2003-2007: Musical producer at the National Broadcast (ERT), presenting “Rare musics from the international cinema and the theatre”.

o       1998-2001: Assistant/ substitute of the Prof. of Ethnomusicology, G. Amargianakis, A.U., Faculty of Musical Studies, teaching: “The Morphology of the greek folk song” and “Introduction to the Greek folk music”.

  • Foreign Languages
1995-2005: Teaching English, French and German at Institutes for Foreign Languages. She also speaks Italian and Spanish fluently.        
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