El Festival Internacional George Enescu XVIa Edicion, 7-24 De Septiembre De 2003, Bucarest, Rumania

El Festival George Enescu ha llegado a ser en la vida de muchos de nosotros un punto de referencia de mayor importancia. Esperado siempre con impaciencia, nos reúne, nos suscita el sentido estético, nos incita a comparaciones o evaluaciones, nos implica y nos compromete

Emil Gayk

* Gayk is the only civilian wearing a pauldron for supporting rifles on his right shoulder. His Adam's apple is sucked in and his morale is always very high. He cannot be hostile to anyone for too long, but judging from his slanting looks, from the direction sometimes

My Rosenau In The Carpathians

I have always wondered why so many of those who happen to be born within the Carpathian arch, in Transylvania, have a sense of coming from a unique, privileged area, why they keep an enduring and unquestioned commitment to it whatever may happen in their lives, whether they

From The Musical Folklore Of Children To The Comic Opera For Children

In 1954, the great Romanian ethnomusicologist Constantin Brăiloiu (1893-1958) held a scientific presentation at Colloque de Wegimont in Belgium that amazed all specialists present in the audience, because it unsettled all theories regarding the musical culture of children