Greece: Alexis Tsipras mourns death of Greek composer Notis Mavroudis

Greece, Balkans: The President of SYRIZA, a political party in Greece, Alexis Tsipras, expressed his condolences for a Greek composer Notis Mavroudis who died in an accident on Tuesday. 

He paid his tribute to the Greek Songwriter and Guitarist by sharing his picture and highlighting, “From the new wave to today, the music, song, guitar, ethics of Notis Mavroudi accompanied us for decades in sorrows, joys and struggles. It gave sensitivity to its deepest meaning and to the Left, to which it always belonged, its own colour of humanity and solidarity. His sky has no edge. This is how he will be remembered.”

At the age of 77, he died because of an accident in his home in Koukourava, Pilio. Moreover, He fell head-first from a level height of about three meters and was hit by a stone. 

Notis Mavroudis has worked with various well-known musicians and was honoured with many International awards. Mavroudis was born in 1955, and he spent his first two years in jail next to his mother (who was a political prisoner). 

Along with this, in 1958, as a teenager, he began his lessons of guitar 1958 at the National Conservatoire. 

Various social media users took to the comment section to express condolences for the death of the Greek guitarist, columnist, radio producer, and songwriter, Notis Mavroudis. One of the users highlighted, “Fortunately this unique artist we had the honor, us here in Mesolongi, to enjoy him on the atmospheric stage at the trikupion cultural center several years ago. Great and special!!!!!!!!”

Another user stated, “A huge loss for the field of culture of the great musician, guitarist and producer, Notis Mavroudi. What defined Notis Mavroudis as a man was his kindness, morals and modesty. Have a safe trip… Condolences to his family and relatives.”

Others said, “This is how we will remember him and this is how he will accompany us with his unmatched quality, beauty and true artistic creation music!”



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