List of Romanian Composers
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List of Romanian Composers
  • Liana Alexandra (1947-2011), neoromantic composer and pianist
  • Costic? Andrei (1928-), composer of Romanian carols and other choral music
  • Elena Asachi (1789-1877), Austrian-born Romanian composer, pianist, and singer
  • Nicolas Astrinidis (1921-2010), composer who settled and worked in Greece
  • Esmeralda Athanasiu-Gardeev (1834-1917), composer and pianist
  • Ana-Maria Avram (1961-), spectral music composer
  • Maya Badian (1945-), Romanian-born Canadian composer and musicologist
  • Ludovic Bács (1930-), composer, conductor and instrumentalist
  • George Balint (1961-)
  • Filaret Barbu (1903-1984), composer, known for the operetta Ana Lugojana
  • Pascal Bentoiu (1927-2016), Modernist composer
  • Bogdan Bradu (1968-), composer, singer and violinist
  • Nicolae Brânzeu (1907-1983), composer and conductor
  • Tiberiu Brediceanu (1877-1968), composer and folklorist
  • Nicolae Bretan (1887-1968), opera composer, also baritone, conductor and critic
  • Eduard Caudella (1841-1924), composer, wrote the first Romanian opera, Petru Rare?
  • Carmen Maria Cârneci (1957-), composer and conductor
  • Sergiu Celibidache (1912-1996), composer and conductor
  • Corneliu Cezar (1937-1997), postmodernist, electro-acoustic, isonic spectral music initiator
  • Iulia Cibi?escu-Duran (1966-), composer and poet
  • Maia Ciobanu (1952-)
  • Nicolae Coman (1936-), composer and poet
  • Paul Constantinescu (1909-1963), composer, especially of religious and vocal music, also wrote music for Romanian films
  • Vladimir Cosma (born 1940), composer, conductor and violinist
  • Dimitrie Cuclin (1885-1978), classical music composer, musicologist, philosopher, translator and writer
  • Gheorghe Cucu (1882-1932), folklorist and composer
  • Liviu D?nceanu (1954-2017)
  • Dan Dediu (1967-), Postmodernist composer
  • Constantin Dimitrescu (1847-1928), composer of Peasant Dance
  • Florica Dimitriu (1915-1993), composer and first Romanian female conductor
  • Violeta Dinescu (1953-), composer and pianist
  • Grigora? Dinicu (1889-1949), composer best known for his violin showpiece Hora staccato
  • Felicia Donceanu (1931-), composer best known for chamber works, painter, and sculptor
  • Sabin Dr?goi (1894-1968), composer and folklorist, one of the pioneers of scientific gathering of Romanian folklore
  • Iancu Dumitrescu (1944-), avant-garde music composer
  • George Enescu (1881-1955), composer, violinist, pianist, conductor and teacher
  • Octav Firulescu (1959-), composer and music professor
  • Alexander Flechtenmacher (1823-1898), composed the operetta Baba Harca
  • Valentin Gheorghiu (1928-), pianist and composer
  • George Grigoriu (1927-1999), composer of The Danube Waves operetta
  • Irina Olga Hasna? (1954-)
  • Philip Herschkowitz (1906-1989), Romanian-born American composer
  • Mircea Hoinic (1910-1986), composer and conductor
  • Ion Ivanovici (1845-1902), composer of The Danube Waves waltz
  • Mihail Jora (1891-1971), "the father of Romanian ballet"; works include Intoarcerea din adâncuri and La pia
  • Nicolae Kirculescu (1903-1985), composer of theatre and film music, including the theme of the television programme Teleenciclopedia
  • Dumitru Georgescu Kiriac (1866-1928)
  • Sorin Lerescu (1953-)
  • Sammy Lerner (1903-1989), Romanian-born American composer
  • György Ligeti (1923-2006), Romanian-born Hungarian and Austrian composer
  • Dinu Lipatti (1917-1950), pianist and composer
  • Myriam Marbe (1931-1997), composer and pianist
  • Cristian Marina (1965-) Composer and editor
  • Cristian Matei (1977-)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (1898-1985)
  • Mar?ian Negrea (1893-1973), composer, teacher and conductor
  • Octavian Nemescu (1940-)
  • ?tefan Niculescu (1927-2008), composer and professor
  • Irina Od?gescu (1937-)
  • Tiberu Olah (1928-2002), composer, professor and musicologist
  • Paraschiv Oprea (1937-2004), conductor, musician and composer
  • Anton Pann (1790s-1854), wrote Romania's national anthem and music for the Orthodox Divine Liturgy
  • Cristian Pa?urc? (1964-2011)
  • Ionel Perlea (1900-1970), composer and conductor
  • Carmen Petra-Basacopol (1926-)
  • Ciprian Porumbescu (1853-1883)
  • Hora?iu R?dulescu (1942-2008), Romanian-French composer of spectral music
  • Theodor Rogalski (1901-1954), composer, conductor and pianist, specialising in chamber and symphonic music
  • Doina Rotaru (1951-), composer of mainly orchestral and chamber works
  • Diana Rotaru (1981-)
  • Ioan Sc?rl?tescu (1872-1922)
  • Constantin Silvestri (1913-1969), composer, lived in England
  • Matei Socor (1908-1980), composer and musician
  • Cornelia T?utu (1938-), composer best known for film soundtracks
  • Octave Octavian Teodorescu (1963-)
  • Teodor Teodorescu (1876-1920), composer of the a cappella work Cucul
  • Cornel Tr?ilescu (1926-), opera composer and conductor
  • Cornel ranu (1934-)
  • Gheorghe Ucenescu (1830-1896), ethnic Romanian composer from Transylvania
  • Anatol Vieru (1926-1998), composer of symphonic, chamber and choral music; winner of Herder Prize in 1986
  • Marina Marta Vlad (1949-)
  • Roman Vlad (1919-2013), Romanian-born Italian composer, pianist and musicologist
  • Teo Milea (1982-), pianist and composer

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