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Kiriac-Georgescu, Dumitrulocked

  • Romeo Ghircoiaşiu
  •  and Antigona Rădulescu


(b Bucharest, Romania, March 18, 1866; d Bucharest, Jan 8, 1928). Romanian composer and conductor. He began his musical training at the Bucharest Conservatory with Gheorghe Brătianu and Eduard Wachmann, and then studied from 1892 to 1899 in Paris, with Théodore Dubois, Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray, and Charles-Marie Widor at the Conservatoire and with Vincent d’Indy at the Schola Cantorum. At the same time he conducted the choir of the Romanian Chapel and a French choral society, ‘Les Enfants de Lutèce’. After his return to Romania in ...

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