Magos Kostas

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A story about diversity (ages 3-10)

Why does an isolated cat have trouble finding friends?

Why doesn't the kitten want to play with him?

Will they manage, in the end, to become a companion?

A story about the right to be different and about the richness that our differences give us!

The lyrics and music of Tatiana Zografou accompany the fairy tale of Kostas Magos and Georgia Ganatsiou.

Songs cool, in a musical play for children, with a hero a red cat who never hurt anyone and all he wanted is to be friends with the other cats. A story about the right to be different and about the richness that our differences give us..

"Probably like he was a baby, he was fed tomatoes,
so that's why he was different from the other cats!"...

"He's flushed with fever, he's seriously ill! So let's keep him away, away, away! The cat company avoids him (as it usually does with those who are different). Tatiana Zografou 's songs accompany the adventures of the red cat sometimes with a hip-hop rhythm, sometimes as a small symphonic concert of strings, sometimes with a waltz or rock 'n' roll rhythm... With the contribution of Encardia in the role of "cat companion" a piece of disc sounds like a happy tarantella.

The different heroes of the story are played and sung with unimaginable joy by baritone Tasos Apostolou , Dimitris Zervoudakis , but also by: Christina Giannakopoulou , Dafni Panourgia , George Diamantopoulos , Dimitris Bouzanis , Lila Patroklou , Christina Giannakopoulou , Katerina Kanellopoulou . With them, the Children's Choir of the Arsakeia and Tositsei Schools under the direction of Christina Varsami-Koukni and an excellent orchestra ( V. Zografos, P. Kanellopoulos, A. Kountouri, D. Bouzanis, K. Papageorgiou, M. Porphyris, A. . Sigalos ) which is completed by students of the Music Education Department of the University of Thessaly with their animator, their professor Panagiotis Kanellopoulos . The orchestration was done by Dimitris Bouzanis .

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Αριθμός σελίδων: 52

Διαστάσεις: 19X19

Εικονογράφος: Vassilis Papatsarouchas

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ISBN: 978-960-6719-63-9

Κωδικός: 20231