The music of Cyprus includes a variety of traditional, Western classical and Western popular genres. Cypriot traditional music is similar to the traditional music of Greece with Turkish and Arab influences, and includes dances like sousta , syrtos , ballos , tatsia , antikristos , arabiye , karotseris , sinalik , chiftetteli , zeimbekiko and the mandra dance. Cyprus changed hands numerous times prior to the medieval era, and was an important outpost of Christianity and Western European civilization during the Crusades. The island's peak as a cultural capital of Europe occurred from to During that peak, Pierre I de Lusignan made a three-year tour on Europe, bringing with him an entourage of musicians that impressed Charles V in Rheims so much that he donated 80 francs in gold to them. French musicians became well established in Cyprus, and the city of Nicosia became a capital of the Ars Subtilior style. Janus I de Lusignan saw Cypriot music evolve into its own variety of music. His daughter, Anne de Lusignan , brought a manuscript after her marriage to Louis, Count of Geneva , which contained folios with over two hundred polyphonic compositions, both sacred and secular. The manuscript is now a part of the collection of the National Library of Turin. A key-figure of that era was Ieronimos o Tragodistis Hieronymus the Cantor , a Cypriot student of Gioseffo Zarlino , who flourished around and, among others, proposed a system that enabled medieval Byzantine chant to correspond to the current contrapuntal practices via the cantus.
Music of Cyprus
Near Palaepaphos Old Paphos at the seaside of Petra tou Romiou is the modern mythical birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In Greco-Roman times, Paphos was the island's capital, and it is well known for the remains of the Roman governor's palace. Cyprus is de facto partitioned into two main parts: the area under the effective control of the Republic of Cyprus, located in the south and west; and the north, administered by the self-declared Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
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The history of folk traditions of Greece and Cyprus dates back to the Byzantine Empire and sometimes the echoes of the Late Antiquity can be heard in them too. Many of these traditions are not only continuing today in their original state but also adapted to the modern realities and sophisticated tastes of the audience. Some of them gained the recognition abroad and became the visit card of Greeks at the international festivals and other cultural events.
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