Greek Composer Mavroudis Dies at 77

ATHENS – Greek composer Notis Mavroudis died late on Tuesday at the age of 77 in his home in Koukourava, when he fell head first from a height of three meters and hit a stone.

Mavroudis was also a songwriter, a guitarist, a columnist and a radio producer. He worked with many distinguished musicians and was honoured with international awards.

“If something characterised our father Notis Mavroudis as a person, it was his kindness, his morals and his modesty,” his son, Haris Mavroudis, posted on Facebook.


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