Adrian Enescu, the composer who defined style Loredana Groza, died at the age of 68 years.
August 20, 2016
The composer Adrian Enescu died Friday, August 19, after a life dedicated to music, specifically 41-year career, announced Composers and Musicologists Union of Romania.
Adrian Enescu was born on March 31, 1948 and was a musician and a Romanian composer best known for his work in the field of film music name being associated approx. 65 titles.
As a musician, Adrian Enescu was among the first artists of electronic music in Romania since the early 70s.
He graduated from the Conservatory of Music "Ciprian Porumbescu" in Bucharest, directed to the composition of the Aurel Stroe and harmony, where he was a teacher Alexander Paşcanu.
Adrian Enescu assisted courses electronic music faculty of Stanford University in California between 1985 and 1986 and also a member of the Composers and Musicologists Union of Romania.
He composed music very diverse in terms of style, Electro-Acoustic music from up to symphonic music and Jazz.
His first appearance on disc held in 1975.
Adrian Enescu style singer Loredana Groza defined by the production of albums like " Bună seară, iubite" " Un buchet de trandafiri" or "Diva înamorată".
He collaborated with Silvia Dumitrescu, the album " Cred în tine" and was asked to collaborate with prestigious musical institutions around the world.
The composer will be honored Tuesday, August 23, at the Union of Composers and Musicologists in Romania, where those willing can come to bring a final tribute to the late artist.
Born: 3/31/1948, Bucharest, Romania
Died: 8/19/2016, Bucharest, Romania
Adrian Enescu’s westerns – composer:
The Actress, the Dollars and the Transylvanians – 1978
The Prophet, the Gold and the Transylvanians – 1978
The Oil, the Baby and the Transylvanians – 1981