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Today’s Memory – Paul Constantinescu

Paul Constantinescu

30 June 1909, Ploiești – 20 December 1963, Bucharest


Paul Constantinescu was a Romanian composer, correspondent member of the Romanian Academy (1963). He emerged as a star of the Romanian musical world, when aged only 22, his second opus The Romanian Suite was awarded a prize at the G. Enescu composing competition.

Paul Constantinescu – Joc dobrogean. Toccata (1951) Pian: Monica Tomescu-Rohde

At 23, he became a member of the Society of Romanian Composers, at 25 he had already composed an opera and at the age of 30, he was praised by music critics and awarded a prize for the choreographic poem A Carpathian Wedding.

Paul Constantinescu – Olteneasca

His entire creation shows the orientation for recovery valences of folklore and psaltic Byzantine melos. Paul Constantinescu wrote practically all genres of classical music from opera to lied, from ballet to symphony, from film music to oratorio.

Paul Constantinescu – Cântec Vechi (Old Song) Violoncel: Darius Tereu, Pian: Atena Carte

Paul Constantinescu – Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1952) George Enescu Philharmonic Bucharest, Conductor Ronald Zollman, Piano Raluca Stirbat


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