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The village George Enescu,placed in north-central of Botosani,at 10 km north-east of Dorohoi it has a name in and out fo the country,because here was born the greatest romanian musician of al times,the genial George Enescu.He was entended to be not just an arch enterpreter,but an creator;he was the chosen of music and he made onor for our romanian family.George Enescu represents in face of world the romanian soul in all that he has better and inspiring.The people who love Enescu,can't contain in the same love and the folk and the country that give world Enescu.We are allways with him,as he wished to be permanently with us.He is our proud and love.George Enescu village come into being in 1968 and is made of 5 villages : Dumeni, George Enescu, Popeni, Arborea and Stînca.

George Enescu - Biography

 

 

Young George Enescu.He was born in the village of Liveni , Romania ( Dorohoi County at the time, today Botosani County ), and showed musical talent from early in his childhood. A child prodigy , Enescu created his first musical composition at the age of five. Shortly thereafter, his father presented him to the professor and composer Eduard Caudella . At the age of seven, entered the Vienna Conservatory , where he studied with Joseph Hellmesberger, Jr. , Robert Fuchs , and Sigismund Bachrich , and graduated before his 13th birthday, earning the silver medal. In his Viennese concerts young Enescu played works by Brahms , Sarasate and Mendelssohn . In 1895 he went to Paris to continue his studies. He studied violin with Martin Pierre Marsick , harmony with André Gédalge , and composition with Jules Massenet and Gabriel Fauré .

Many of Enescu's works were influenced by Romanian folk music, his most popular compositions being the two Romanian Rhapsodies (1901–2), the opera Œdipe (1936), and the suites for orchestra. He also wrote five symphonies (two of them unfinished), a symphonic poem Vox maris , and much chamber music (three sonatas for violin and piano, two for cello and piano, a piano trio, quartets with and without piano, a wind decet (French, "dixtuor"), an octet for strings, a piano quintet, a chamber symphony for twelve solo instruments).

 

George Enescu Museum ( Cantacuzino Palace ), Bucharest

In 1923 he made his debut as a conductor in a concert given by the Philadelphia Orchestra in New York City . In 1935, he conducted the Orchestre Symphonique de Paris and Yehudi Menuhin in Mozart's Violin Concerto No.3 in G major. He also conducted the New York Philharmonic between 1937 and 1938. In 1939 he married Maria Rosetti (known as the Princess Cantacuzino through her first husband Mihail Cantacuzino), a good friend of the future Queen Marie of Romania . While staying in Bucharest , Enescu lived in the Cantacuzino Palace on Calea Victoriei (now the Muzeu National George Enescu, dedicated to his work).He lived in Paris and in Romania , but after World War II and the Soviet occupation of Romania , he remained in Paris .He was also a noted violin teacher. Yehudi Menuhin , Christian Ferras , Ivry Gitlis , Arthur Grumiaux , and Ida Haendel were among his pupils. He promoted contemporary Romanian music, playing works of Constantin Silvestri , Mihail Jora , Ionel Perlea and Martian Negrea .On his death in 1955, George Enescu was interred in the Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris .Today, Bucharest houses a museum in his memory; likewise, the Symphony Orchestra of Bucharest , as well as the George Enescu Festival , are named and held in his honor.

 

 

 

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