Dimitri Fampas

Dimitris Fampas (Greek Δημήτρης Φάμπας, * December 22, 1921 Milina, Lafkos, near Volos; † 3 May 1996) was a Greek composer and guitarist.

1955/56 and 1959 he studied as a fellow in the guitar class of Andrés Segovia at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena ( Italy) and the Academy of Santiago (Spain). Concerts have taken him to many European countries, the USA and Russia. He published numerous works for guitar with international publishers ( Ricordi Milano, Ricordi Brazil, Max Eschig ParisR, Columbia Music USA, Lathkil Music Publishers LondonK, Ph. Nakas and Papgrigoriou - Nakaz Athens, M. Nikolaidis Orpheus Editions Athens, Mel Bay). The largest international interest have his Greek dances like Karagouna, sousta and Ballo.


Works for solo guitar

  • Triplet dedicated memory, Emilio Pujol
  • Reverie
  • Valsa de Brasilia, Ronoel Simoes dedicated (1st Version)
  • Vals (2nd version )
  • Danse syrtos
  • Danse Ballo
  • A Heart- Felt dedicated Conversation, Andres Segovia 's 90th birthday
  • Suite No. 3, sur une forme ancienne. Prélude - Bourrée - Allemande - Aria Melancolique - Loure 1 & 2
  • Jeux d' Enfants ( Kavatina No. 1)
  • Conte ( Kavatina No. 1)
  • Dedicated Poeme ( Kavatina No. 10), Notis Mavroudis
  • Dedicated Danse Imaginaire ( kavatina No. 1), Liza Zoi
  • Karagouna Greek dancing
  • Vvlacha Greek dancing
  • Sousta Greek dancing ( first version )
  • Sousta Greek dancing (2nd version )
  • Vision
  • Te Cuntry of Cntaurs, Greek Suite
  • Tsamikos Danse, Greek Suite
  • Ravines, Greek Suite
  • Syrtaki Danse, Greek Suite
  • Bolero
  • Marche of Spain
  • Suite No.. Dedicated 2 for a Beloved Family, Jeni, Eva and Evangelos
  • Aadmiration ( Kavatina No. 2)
  • Little Waltz ( Kavatina No. 2)
  • Sensations ( Kavatina No. 2)
  • 24 Concert Studies, No. 1-12 Ida Pesti gewidmnet devoted No. 13-24 Andres Segovia
  • 23 Melodies for Children and Young Guitarists (A Dream, Guahira Danse, Danse Tsamikos, For Eva, Milina, Varcarola, Prelude, Petit Vals, etc.)
  • Romantza
  • Greek song
  • Evgenoula, Theme with Variations
  • 9 Sentimental Preludes
  • Sentimental Suite (6 songs, his fiancée dedicated )
  • Melodies for Young Guitarists, second collection ( Minuet, Tender Moments, The girl in Green, The Phone Call, Song without Words No. 1 and 2, A Vals for a Great Woman, etc.)
  • A Lafkos ' Faire
  • Segovia 's Portrait
  • The Wind Song

Works for guitar duo

  • Devoted Fantasy, Evangelos and Liza
  • Greek Danse of Corfou
  • Greek Song of Thessaly
  • Danse Ballo
  • Petit Vals

Works for Guitar Ensemble

  • Greek Fiesta for three guitars (A Fair of Pelion )
  • Tzenu, variations for three guitars ( Suite for a Beloved Family)
  • The Layiarni, Variations on a Greek Volksklied for voice and guitar orchestra
  • Ode to Peace, for voice and three guitars, after the poem Peace by J. Ritsos
  • Songs for singing undGitarre texts by L. Raftopoulos and B. Spilios