- 1). Explore your local record store for albums by Greek artists and compilations of Greek music, both modern and less-than-modern. Check whether your local library or music shop has traditional Greek sheet music.
- 2). Listen to Greek radio stations online. Note the musical distinctions between popular Greek music and Greek folk songs.
- 3). Locate your local Greek community, if there is one. Attend concerts, festivals and other cultural gatherings. Strike up conversations with musicians and other artists and ask them about what they do.
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