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|Music of Greece|
|Media and performance|
|Nationalistic and patriotic songs|
|National anthem||"Hymn to Liberty"|
|Related areas||Cyprus, Pontus, Constantinople, South Italy|
Nisiotika (Greek: νησιώτικα, meaning "insular (songs)") are the songs and dances of Greek islands with a variety of styles, played by ethnic Greeks in Greece, Cyprus, Australia, the United States and elsewhere.
Representative musicians and performers of Nisiotika include: Mariza Koch, credited with reviving the field in the 1970s, Yiannis Parios, Domna Samiou and the Konitopouloi family (Giorgos and Vangelis Konitopoulos, Eirini, Nasia and Stella Konitopoulou).
- Karavas of Naxos
- Pirgousikos of Chios
- Sousta (Sousta Lerou, Sousta Tilou)
- Syrtos (Syrtos Kythnou, Syrtos Serifou, Syrtos Naxou)