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Jani Christou

Jani Christou (January 9, 1926 Heliopolis-January 8, 1970 Athens) was an Egyptian composer.

Discography: , Volume I: Phoenix Music / Six T.S. Eliot Songs / The Strychnine Lady / Enantiodromia and . Genres: Serialism and 20th-century classical music.

Jani Christou was born to Greek parents in Heliopolis, Egypt in 1926. He spent his childhood in Alexandria before moving to Athens to study music. He was interested in art and philosophy from a young age, and these interests would later shape his music.

Christou adopted serialism early on in his career and became associated with the modernist movement in Greece. He was also drawn to the avant-garde and experimented with unconventional methods of composition. His work often featured non-musical elements, such as spoken word, theater, and performance art.

In addition to his music, Christou was also a prominent teacher and lecturer. He taught composition at the Athens Conservatory and his ideas on music and art were influential in the Greek art scene.

Unfortunately, Christou's life was cut short when he died in a car accident in Athens in 1970, just one day before his 44th birthday. Despite his relatively short career, he left behind a legacy of innovative and challenging music that continues to be celebrated today.

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