|"Ti mou stelneis grammata"|
|Song by Katerina Papadopoulou|
Ti mou stelneis grammata (Greek : Τι μου στέλνεις γράμματα; English: You Send Me Letters) is an anonymous Cappadocian Greek folk tune (Kasik Havasi (in Turkish) or Χορός κουταλιών (in Greek)). The meter is 4
4. There are similar folk tunes known as Pınar başı burma burma and Sut ictim dilim yandi.
The original form of the song was popular in Cappadocia with Cappadocian Greeks.
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