George Enescu plays Bach
Enescu playing Bach - Sonata No.3 in C major BWV 1005 for solo violin - 4. (George Enescu, 1948) http://www.soundfountain.org/rem/remenes.html
Anul Nou 1989
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Digi FM - Declarații Liviu Dragnea, LIVE, la Digi FM
Declarații Liviu Dragnea, LIVE, la Digi FM
The Lost World of Communism - Life in Communist Romania & Romanian Revolution
Is pretty hard to find footage of Romania during communism. This documentary is definitely worth to watch, especially if you are Romanian and lived in those times or had relatives who did. It shows ho...
Nicolae Ceausescu and Romania's Christmas revolution
Romania has fared well since it got rid of Ceausescu 25 years ago. It may offer lessons for the Middle East
Œdipe (opera)
Œdipe is an opera in four acts by the Romanian composer George Enescu, based on the mythological tale of Oedipus, and set to a French libretto by Edmond Fleg. Enescu had the idea to compose an Oedipu...
László Borbély
László Borbély (born March 26, 1954) is a Romanian economist and politician. A member of the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR), he has been a member of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies...
László Borbély - Wikipedia
Dinu C. Giurescu
Dinu C. Giurescu (born February 15, 1927) is a Romanian historian and politician. He emigrated to the United States in 1988, where he published The Razing of Romania's Past, an analysis of the Nicolae...
Attila Cseke
Attila-Zoltán Cseke (born June 9, 1973) is a Romanian lawyer and politician. A member of the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR), he was a member of the Romanian Senate for Bihor County f...
Romanian Rhapsodies (Enescu)
The two Romanian Rhapsodies, Op. 11, for orchestra, are George Enescu's best-known compositions. They were written in 1901, and first performed together in 1903. The two rhapsodies, and particularly ...
Romanian Rhapsodies (Enescu) - Wikipedia
Symphony No. 1 (Enescu)
Symphony No. 1, Op. 13 in E♭ by the Romanian composer George Enescu reflects the composer's training in both Vienna and Paris. In the former location he studied the Brahmsian tradition with Robert Fuc...
Take Ionescu
Take or Tache Ionescu ([ˈtake joˈnesku]; born Dumitru Ghiţă Ioan and also known as Demetriu G. Ionnescu; October 25 [O.S. October 13] 1858 – June 2, 1922) was a Romanian centri...
Take Ionescu - Wikipedia
Mihail Pherekyde
Mihail Pherekyde (November 14, 1842 – January 24, 1926) was a Romanian politician and diplomat who served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs and two terms as the Minister of Internal Affairs of ...
Dinu Patriciu
Dan Costache ("Dinu") Patriciu ([ˈdinu paˈtrit͡ʃju]; 3 August 1950 – 19 August 2014) was a Romanian billionaire businessman and politician. At the time of his death, Patriciu was the richest man in Ro...
Constantin Ion Parhon
Constantin Ion Parhon ([konstanˈtin iˈon parˈhon]; 15 October 1874 – 9 August 1969) was a Romanian neuropsychiatrist, endocrinologist and politician. He was the first head of state of Communist Romani...
Constantin Ion Parhon - Wikipedia
Vox Maris
Vox maris, Op. 31, is a symphonic poem finished around 1954, by the Romanian composer George Enescu, dedicated to the memory of the great Romanian pianist Elena Bibescu.Enescu did not live to hear his...
Valer Dorneanu
Valer Dorneanu (born 21 November 1944) is a Romanian politician and jurist. A prominent member of the Social Democratic Party, Dorneanu was the president of the Chamber of Deputies (the lower house of...