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* The Romanian composer Iancu Dumitrescu ( 1944 –) wrote the 1975 work Le miroir de Cagliostro for choir, flute and percussion.
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Romanian and composer
The Romanian composer George Enescu uses the musical saw at the end of the second act of his opera Œdipe to express the death of the sphinx killed by Oedipus.
Constantin Silvestri (; 31 May 1913, Bucharest – 23 February 1969, London ) was a Romanian conductor and composer.
Domnişoara Christina has been the subject of two operas: the first, carrying the same Romanian title, was authored by Romanian composer Şerban Nichifor and premiered in 1981 at the Romanian Radio ; the second, titled La señorita Cristina, was written by Spanish composer Luis de Pablo and premiered in 2000 at the Teatro Real in Madrid.
The music of the anthem was composed by the Romanian composer Ciprian Porumbescu, originally for the song " Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire " ( or " E scris pe tricolor unire ").
During the same period, Nicolae Grigorescu and Ştefan Luchian founded modern Romanian painting ; composer Ciprian Porumbescu was also from this time.
Nicolae ( Nicu ) Covaci ( born 19 April 1947 in Timişoara, Romania ) is a Romanian painter, music composer, best known as the leader of Romanian Rock and cult band Phoenix, for which he is vocalist and guitar player, with more than 40 years of activity.
Romanian and Iancu
Anton Pann was a successful novelist, Ienăchiţă Văcărescu wrote the first Romanian grammar and his nephew Iancu Văcărescu is considered to be the first important Romanian poet.
Despite this, the Hungarian government hired a new commander and attempted to unite with Romanian democrat Avram Iancu, who was known as Crăişorul Munţilor (" The Prince of the Mountains ").
His father, Ienăchiţă, was a poet as well, but he also wrote the first Romanian grammar and his son, Iancu, was probably one of the greatest poets of his generation.
Avram Iancu, the leader of the 1848 Romanian revolution in Transylvania, was a young lawyer in the city of Marosvásárhely before engaging in the fight for the rights of Romanians living in Transylvania.
He joined the Wallachian revolutionary camp, and, in the name of the Provisional Government then established in Bucharest, went to Istanbul to approach the Ottoman Imperial government ; he, Nicolae Bălcescu, and General Gheorghe Magheru were instrumental in mediating negotiations between the Transylvanian Romanian leader Avram Iancu and the Hungarian Revolutionary government of Lajos Kossuth.
Marcel Janco (,, common rendition of the Romanian name Marcel Hermann Iancu, last name also Ianco, Janko or Jancu ; May 24, 1895 – April 21, 1984 ) was a Romanian and Israeli visual artist, architect and art theorist.
Regarding the Romanian avant-garde in the interwar period Marcel Hermann Iancu is more known as the spider in the web and as the designer of a great number of Romania's first constructivist buildings [...].
However, the most odius taxes, mistakenly identified with the Phanariotes in modern Romanian historiography, were of much older provenance ( such as the văcărit, first imposed by Iancu Sasul in the 1580s ).
Avram Iancu (; 1824 – September 10, 1872 ) was a Transylvanian Romanian lawyer who played an important role in the local chapter of the Austrian Empire Revolutions of 1848 – 1849.
His attitude at the time showed the nature of the conflict that was to engulf Transylvania: while Iancu welcomed the transition, he was indignant at the fact that Hungarian revolutionaries ( many of whom were landowners ) refused to debate the abolition of serfdom ( which, at the time, covered the larger part of the Romanian population in Transylvania ).
In April 1849, Iancu was approached by the Hungarian envoy Ioan Dragoş ( in fact, a Romanian deputy in the Hungarian Parliament ).
Iancu Văcărescu ( 1786-1863 ) was a Romanian Wallachian boyar and poet, member of the Văcărescu family.
The son of Alecu Văcărescu, descending from a long line of Wallachian men of letters — his paternal uncle, Ienăchiţă Văcărescu, was author of the first Romanian grammar ; Iancu was the grandfather of writer Elena Văcărescu.
Golescu was also active in negotiating an agreement between the Hungarian government of Lajos Kossuth and the Transylvanian Romanian forces of Avram Iancu, but his efforts were largely unsuccessful.
It comprises three compositions for the Romanian Hyperion Ensemble, of which Hodgkinson conducted two and played on one ( conducted by Iancu Dumitrescu ); two compositions performed by Hodgkinson: one for bass clarinet and tape, one for computer-modified cello and electric guitar ; one piece for two clarinets, one doubling on bass, and piano, performed by Isabelle Duthoit, Jacques Di Donato and Pascale Berthelot.
Features of spectralism are also seen independently in the contemporary work of Romanian composers Ştefan Niculescu, Horatiu Radulescu, and Iancu Dumitrescu.
* Avram Iancu, a Romanian lawyer known for his participation in the Transylvanian Revolution of 1848-1849.
The today's village of Avram Iancu was founded, in the early 1900, by the Romanian colonists which came from the eastern region of Bihor county.
In 1956, under the Communist regime, it was renamed after the 1848 Revolution Romanian hero Avram Iancu.
Romanian and Dumitrescu
Romania's most portant general, Petre Dumitrescu, was commander of the Romanian Third Army at Stalingrad.
Petre Dumitrescu (; 18 February 1882 – 15 January 1950 ) was a Romanian general during World War II, who led the Romanian Third Army on its campaign against the Red Army in the eastern front.
At that point his army and the German 11th army switched places, with Italians continuing advancement over the Dniester towards the Southern Bug river, and Dumitrescu remaining on recovered Romanian territory.
For his effort in this campaign, Dumitrescu was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, the second Romanian to receive the award after Ion Antonescu.
In November 1942 the Red Army launched a devastating attack in the southwest, breaking through the Romanian line and forcing Dumitrescu into retreat.
Romanian folk music, as collected by Béla Bartók ( 1904 – 1918 ), with its acoustic scales derived directly from resonance and natural wind instruments like " buciume ", " tulnice ", and " cimpoi " inspired several spectral composers: Vieru, Stroe, Niculescu, Dumitrescu and Nemescu.