What was that ethnic music before the 100m final?

I hope someone saw this and knows what I’m talking about. Before the 100 m final on Sunday, when everyone was just hanging around, they were playing some ethnic music in the stadium that was very familiar. Everyone was clapping along and it was great. But I don’t know what it’s called and Google is useless since there are no words.

Here’s my pathetic attempt at describing it. Imagine this in a very slow rhythm:

Duh duh duh duh, da-daaah, da-daaah.

Haven’t seen it, so I am just guessing. It could be the Ζειμπέκικο της Ευδοκίας. This web page here has a midi version: http://www.greekmidi.com/songs/loizos/tozeimpekikotisevdokias.html

It could also be Zorba the Greek:
http://members.tripod.com/~nsiolios/midi/zorba.mid

Freaking Tripod :smack: You’ll have to copy and paste the second link in a new window, or manualy select the link from here http://members.tripod.com/~nsiolios/midie.htm (its the sixth from the bottom)

Thanks, definitely was “Zorba the Greek”. I should have known that!