Performed by the Adrian Petrescu Band and recorded in August 2001 in Bucharest, this recording has been configured especially for high resolution 96 kHz/24-bit multi-channel DVD-Audio.
The adrian petrescu band romanian folk music. The Adrian Petrescu Band - Romanian Folk Music. featuring: Adrian Petrescu, winds The Adrian Petrescu Band. In the summer of 2001, AIX Records Founder and Chief Engineer Mark Waldrep, P. traveled to Bucharest, Romania with nine road cases of state-of-the art, high-resolution audio equipment to record the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra and chamber groups from its ranks. Adrian Petrescu is a member of the orchestra as its principal obois. ut he also moonlights in a sort of Romanian "folk, wedding" band where he is the leader. After we completed the recording of the Marcello Oboe Concerto, he approached me and asked it would be willing to listen to his band. I agreed and so at 3 am very early on morning, I auditioned his band and was blown away.
I avoid modern "manele" but Manele vechi of Anton. I have some of my own that I am planning to post.
Romanian Folk Music: The Adrian Petrescu Band 2003. Romanian Folk Music: The Adrian Petrescu Band 2003. Dance of the Couples.
Redirected from Romanian music). Romania is a European country with a multicultural music environment which includes active ethnic music scenes. Romania also has thriving scenes in the fields of pop music, hip hop, heavy metal and rock and roll. During the first decade of the 21st century some Europop groups/artists, such as Tom Boxer, Morandi, Akcent, Edward Maya, Alexandra Stan, Inna and Yarabi, achieved success abroad.
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Traditional Romanian folk music remains popular, and some folk musicians have come to national (and even international) fame. Folk music is the oldest form of Romanian musical creation, characterised by great vitality; it is the defining source of the cultured musical creation, both religious and lay. Conservation of Romanian folk music has been aided by a large and enduring audience, and by numerous performers who helped propagate and further develop the folk sound. One of them, Gheorghe Zamfir, is famous throughout the world today, and helped popularize a traditional Romanian folk instrument, the panpipes
Adrian Petrescu was born in Brasov, Romania, and studied with Anselm Honigberger, Pavel Tornea and Radu Chichu, graduating from the Iasi Music Academy and the Bucharest Music Academy. He has received national. Adrian Petrescu is at present principal oboist with the "George Enescu" Philharmonic Orchestra in Bucharest and also a member of "Syrinx" winds Trio. He has broadcast in Bucharest, Paris, Madrid and Lisbon.