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Four remarkable composers' channels

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« on: December 06, 2020, 06:25:40 pm »

Four composers' channels that imho deserve much more attention:

Dimitri Terzakis (Greek-German composer, *1938):

Maia Ciobanu (Romanian composer, *1952):

Sorin Lerescu (Romanian composer and conductor, *1953):

Krassimir Taskov (Bulgarian composer and pianist, *1955):
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« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2021, 03:24:26 pm »

Hope it's permissible to add a couple to this excellent list (neither composer is, on a general Google search, extensively recorded, so trust this doesn't breach current YT rules on the Forum ?!):

Velislav Zaimov (Bulgaria):
Ryszard Bukowski (Poland) :

One of the things I've learned from observing the posts on AMF over the years is that there's a dauntingly large number of composers from eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union states in general that have attracted the interest of members here. When faced with the prospect of investigating the music of these people, I've just wondered where to start and have, as a result, not started anywhere! Like any such daunting task (spring cleaning the house, for example) I guess the lesson is "it doesn't really matter where you start, as long as you start somewhere". I'd hate to think there's some music out there that I'd really fall in love with if only I bumped into it!
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« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2021, 04:12:55 pm »

I'll go for 'exhilaratingly' large, rather than 'dauntingly'...

That just goes to demonstrate you have a more positive outlook than I do! Or perhaps I'm just too old to have energy in sufficient quantity for exhileration.  ;D
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