Greek music is as diverse as the history of Greece. Certain aspects of traditional Greek music can be found in Cypriot music. Their scenes of modern popular music remain pretty well-integrated.
For entertainment, spiritual reasons, and celebration mixed-gender choruses performed in ancient Greece. The plucked string instrument and the double-reed aulos were amongst the instruments which were widely used. Instruments such as the lyre along with a special kind called a kithara were also amongst these widely used instruments.
In ancient Greece, music was an important part of education. Starting at age six boys were taught music. A flowering of development was created by literacy in Greek music. The Greek musical modes were included in Greek theory. And it ultimately became the base for classical music and Western religious music.
Eastern liturgical chant of tradition nature, which encompassed the Greek-speaking world, from the establishment of its capital in the Byzantine Empire developed to Constantinople in the year 330. However it fell in the year 1453. Drawing on the classical Greek age technical and artistic productions, and calling into scene the Jewish music, and taking inspiration from the monophonic vocal music which evolved in Greek Christian cities of Ephesus, Antioch, and Alexandria, it undoubtedly has a composite origin.