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Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης)

Nikos Gounaris (Greek: Νίκος Γούναρης; 1915 – 5 May 1965 in Athens) was a Greek tenor who was enormously popular as a "pop" singer in the 1950s.

Birth and Death Data: Born 1915 (Zagora), Died May 5, 1965 (Athens)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1936 - 1955

Roles Represented in DAHR: vocalist, songwriter, composer

= Recordings are available for online listening.
= Recordings were issued from this master. No recordings issued from other masters.

Recordings (Results 1-25 of 33 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Victor E3FB-2523 10-in. 11/24/1953 Glyka mou matia (Γλυκα μου ματια) George Burlotos ; Georgettes ; Paul Kauriga Male vocal solo, with female vocal trio and instrumental ensemble composer  
Columbia CO24674 10-in. approximately 1939 Ena vals akoma Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo, with orchestra vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA340 10-in. Apr. 1936 Kourastēka na s' agapō (Κουράστηκα να σ' αγαπώ) Nelli Fragkopoulou (Νέλλη Φραγκοπούλου) ; Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) Female-male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA509 10-in. before 10/20/1937 Valentina (Βαλεντίνα) Nikos Gounaris (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA544 10-in. before 8/12/1938 O kaēmos tou tsopanou (Ο καημός του τσοπάνου) And. Athanasiadis (Ανδ. Αθανασιάδης) ; Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA551 10-in. before 8/12/1938 To tanko tou mystēriou (Το ταγκό του μυστηρίου) Nikos Gounaris (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Marianna Morou (Μαρίαννα Μόρου) Female-male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA654 10-in. 1937 Ti na sou kanō, ti na sou pō (Τι να σου κάνω, τι να σου πω) Loubia Gounarēs (Λούμπια Γούναρης) ; Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) Female-male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA659 10-in. January 1938 Sta dyo sou matia echeis magnētē (Στα δυο σου ματια εχεις μαγνητη) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Stellakēs Perpiniadēs (Στελλάκης Περπινιάδης) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA660 10-in. January 1938 O deilos (O δειλος) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Stellakēs Perpiniadēs (Στελλάκης Περπινιάδης) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA827 10-in. 1938 Erōta den eisai en taxei (Ερωτά δεν είσαι εν τάξει) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Fotis Polymeris (Φώτης Πολυμέρης) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA840 10-in. before 3/6/1939 Enia sou Anastassa Nikos Gounaris (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA853 10-in. December 1938 Les kai ētan chtes (Λες και ήταν χτες) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Panos Visvardis, (Πάνος Βισβάρδης) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA892 10-in. March 1939 O gios tou tselinka (Ο γιος του τσέλιγκα) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA896 10-in. 1939 Koukla mou (Κούκλα μου) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Panos Visvardis, (Πάνος Βισβάρδης) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA999 10-in. before 8/21/1940 Arabela [Αραμπελα] Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA1010 10-in. January 1940 Pes mou giati (Πες μου γιατί) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA1046 10-in. May 1940 O palēatzēs (Ο παληατζής) Nikos Gounaris (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Fotis Polymeris (Φώτης Πολυμέρης) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA1049 10-in. May 1940 Ē Vasō (Η Βάσω) Nikos Gounaris (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Renos Talmas (Ρένος Τάλμας) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA1050 10-in. before 8/21/1940 Ston palemo an pao [Στον πολεμο αν παω] Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Renos Talmas (Ρένος Τάλμας) Male vocal duet vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA1130 10-in. December 1940 Koroido Moussolini (Κορόιδο Μουσσολίνι) Nikos Gounaris (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA1131 10-in. December 1940 Doutse Doutse (Ντούτσε Ντούτσε) Nikos Gounaris (Νίκος Γούναρης) Male vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble vocalist  
Gramophone 0GA1161 10-in. 3/13/1947 or earlier Poios se pēre kai mouphyges (Ποιος σε πηρε και μουφυγες) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Orchestra M. Souyioul Male vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble vocalist, songwriter  
Gramophone 0GA1162 10-in. before 12/20/1946 Ōmorphē Athēna (Ωμορφη Αθηνα) Nikos Gounarēs (Νίκος Γούναρης) ; Tōnis Maroudas (Τωνης Μαρουδας) ; Orchestra M. Souyioul Male vocal duet, with instrumental ensemble vocalist, songwriter  
Gramophone 0GA1211 10-in. 2/4/1947 Oso s'agapō den m'agapas (Οσο σ'αγαπω δεν μ'αγαπας) M. Souyioul (Μ. Σουγιουλ) ; Sophia Vempo (Σοφία Βέμπο) Female vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble songwriter  
Gramophone 0GA1284 10-in. 11/7/1947 Skasto kapia nychta (Σκαστο καποια νυχτα) Tōnis Maroudas (Τωνης Μαρουδας) ; Orchestra M. Souyioul (Ορχηστρα Μ. Σουγιουλ) Male vocal duet, with instrumental ensemble songwriter  
(Results 1-25 of 33 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Gounarēs, Nikos (Γούναρης, Νίκος)," accessed May 17, 2022, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/101064.

Gounarēs, Nikos (Γούναρης, Νίκος). (2022). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved May 17, 2022, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/101064.

"Gounarēs, Nikos (Γούναρης, Νίκος)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2022. Web. 17 May 2022.

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URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/101064

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