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« Reply #675 on: February 20, 2019, 06:03:15 am »

Vinicius Grefiens - Şase imagini pentru orchestră (Orchestra Filarmonicii din Arad, dirijor Nicolae Boboc)

From Romanian Radio
Vinicius Grefiens
- composer and professor -
(born 27.11.1916 Amărăştii de Jos - Dolj - m. 07.07.2000 Bucharest)   

     He studied music at the Conservatory of Bucharest (1936-1944) with Ioan D. Chirescu (theory-solfegiu), Mihail Jora (harmony, contrapunct, fugue, composition and orchestration), Dimitrie Cuclin (aesthetics and musical forms) Brăiloiu (music history, folklore), Ionel Perlea (conducting orchestra), Stefan Popescu (conducting cor), Ion Ghiga (score reading), Paul Jelescu (piano) and Vasile Filip (violin). He obtained his degree from the Faculty of Law in Bucharest (1945).
    
     Professor of musical theory and piano at the Military Music School in Bucharest (1941-1942), music editor at the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company (1942-1944, 1947-1950), music teacher at various high schools in Bucharest (1945-1951), assistant ( 1951-1957), lecturer (1957-1962), lecturer (1962-1972) and professor (1972-1981) at the reading department at the Conservatory in Bucharest. He wrote articles, reviews and studies in "Music", "Literary Romania", etc. He held conferences, lectures, concerts, lessons, communications, radio and television broadcasts. He was part of the national jury of musical competitions. He performed instrumental transcripts on classical works (JS Bach). He was awarded the Composers Union Awards (1972, 1979, 1996 - Grand Prize) and the Second Prize at the International Choral Music Contest in Tour, France (1976).

    
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