Cosmic Rythm

Takis Paterelis piano and flute the music of Gurtjieff - de Hanrtmann

Cosmic Rythm
Takis Paterelis
Available from 1 to 3 days


CD Index

  1. Religious Ceremony
  2. Armenian Song
  3. Persian Dervish
  4. Sayyid Chant and Dance No 10
  5. Dervish Dance
  6. Marche Alerte
  7. Kurd Melody for two Flutes
  8. Asian Song No 40
  9. Religious Ceremony
  10. Sayyid Dance No 18
  11. Caucasian Dance
  12. Sayyid Dance No 31
  13. Religious Ceremony






Gurdjieff’ s music is particularly original, dynamically austere and widely expressive. Its roots are to be traced in traditional melodies, dervish music, dances and liturgical religious hymns from remote monasteries and holy places in Asia and Northern Africa, collected by Gurdjieff. Upon his return to Moscow, and later, in Paris and New York, he wrote down and orchestrated these melodies with the help of his pupil Thomas de Hartmann.

Takis Paterelis was born in Athens. He started piano lessons at the age of six in the Athens Conservatory under the guidance of Aliki Vatikioti. He graduated con laurea, and later studied jazz, improvisation and orchestration at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. As a saxophonist, he has collaborated with prominent Jazz musicians in Greece, Europe and America, and has worked extensively with students. Since 2005 he is a member of RODA Theater, where the ideas of Gurdjieff are studied through the theatrical and musical experience under the guidance of Maria Peretzi. Takis Paterelis has participated in a series of public concerts produced by RODA Theater, performing Gurdjieff music.

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