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Petros Bereketis (Greek: Πέτρος Μπερεκέτης) or Peter the Sweet (Πέτρος ο Γλυκής) was one of the most innovative musicians of 17th-century Constantinople (Ottoman period). He, together with Panagiotes the New Chrysaphes, Balasios the Priest and Germanos Bishop of New Patras was one of the most influential figures in the evolution of the Byzantine psaltic art following the fall of Constantinople in 1453, although he never was associated with the Patriarchate in Fener. For many years, he served as the protopsaltis (first cantor) of church St. Constantine of the Hypsomatheia district close to the Marmara coast.

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  • Πέτρος Γλυκύς
  • Petros Bereketis
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  • Ο Πέτρος Γλυκύς ή Μπερεκέτης ήταν μουσικοδιδάσκαλος και ασματογράφος της μεταβυζαντινής εποχής. Πολλά από τα έργα που ψάλλονται σήμερα είναι δικά του. Το οκτώηχο «Θεοτόκε Παρθένε», της αρτοκλασίας, διάφοροι καλλοφωνικοί Ειρμοί, και άλλα πολλά. Τα έργα του βρίσκονται σε χειρόγραφα.
  • Petros Bereketis (en grec: Πέτρος Μπερεκέτης) ou (Πέτρος ο Γλυκής), né en 1680 et mort en 1715 à Constantinople, est un chantre et compositeur byzantin du XVIIe siècle.
  • Petros Bereketis (griechisch Πέτρος Μπερεκέτης; * 1680 in Konstantinopel; † 1715 ebenda) war ein griechisch-orthodoxer Kirchenmusiker und Komponist von Hymnen.
  • Petros Bereketis (Greek: Πέτρος Μπερεκέτης) or Peter the Sweet (Πέτρος ο Γλυκής) was one of the most innovative musicians of 17th-century Constantinople (Ottoman period). He, together with Panagiotes the New Chrysaphes, Balasios the Priest and Germanos Bishop of New Patras was one of the most influential figures in the evolution of the Byzantine psaltic art following the fall of Constantinople in 1453, although he never was associated with the Patriarchate in Fener. For many years, he served as the protopsaltis (first cantor) of church St. Constantine of the Hypsomatheia district close to the Marmara coast.
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