The recordings have been published at psaltopedia [html]
For more details on the recordings search for "Tsolakidis" in the psaltopedia listing
(posted by his student G. K. Michalakis). Here is a copy of
published Tsolakidis' recordings for convenience:
"Agios agios" (St. Basil's Liturgy)
[mp3, 1.4 Mb]
Notice the syneptygmenos chronos of the interpretation
Koinonikon "Aineite", First Mode
[wma, 346 Kb]
Notice the rhythmic performance. Notice how the beginning of the piece sounds a little bit like Second soft chromatic mode.
Doxastikon "Ede Vaptetai" (Great Friday)
[mp3, 3.3. Mb]
Notice the high pitch basis chosen. The missing end is chanted by his student G. K. Michalakis.
Leitourgika in Kliton
[mp3, 412 Kb]
Traditional interpretation. Notice the intervals.
"Ton Lesten Authemeron" (Exaposteilarion
of Great Friday)
[mp3, 1 Mb]
Notice the nice intervals and the variation of theseis between repetitions of the piece.
"Tin Gar Sin Mitran" (St Basil's Liturgy)
[mp3, 1.7 Mb]
See comparison page on the analogion.
"Theotoke Parthene" (excerpt) of P. Bereketis
[mp3, 7.2. Mb]
Notice the syneptygmenos counting of the kratema.
Axion Estin Anonymou
[mp3, 1.1 Mb]
Apostolos (Epistle) Ekphonetic Recitation
[mp3, 4 Mb]
His specialty being a First Canonarchos.
[mp3, 900 Kb]
[mp3, 470 Kb]
Notice the unusually high pitch at the limits of his voice.
Dynamis of Simon Avagianos
part I [mp3, 1.4 Mb]
part II [mp3, 1.3 Mb]
part III [mp3, 1.9 Mb]
part IV [mp3, 166 Kb]
Kyrie Eleison of Neleus Kamarados
Tripla [mp3, 900 Kb]
Neleus was one of Tsolakidis' teachers.
Kyrie Eleison (Onoufriou Byzantiou)
Tripla [mp3, 850 Kb]