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Octavian Cosma

Brânzeu, Nicolae ( b Piteşti , Dec 28, 1907; d March 7, 1983 ). Romanian composer and conductor. He studied music from a young age in his home town, then from 1926 to 1931 at the Bucharest Conservatory. After graduating in law from Bucharest University, in 1931 , he completed his education at the Schola Cantorum in Paris ( 1931–4 ), studying composition with Guy de Lioncourt. Brânzeu worked as chorus master and conductor at the Romanian Opera in Bucharest ( 1946–7 ) and from 1948 to 1972 as professor of music and conductor at the Arad State


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revised by Richard Langham Smith

Sélysette (play, 1896) ov. by Scott, c 1912 ov. by Honegger, 1917 Monna Vanna (play, 1902) op by Ábrányi, Budapest, 1907 op by Rachmaninoff, 1907, inc. op by H. Février, Paris, 1909 op by Brânzeu, 1934, rev. 1976 Soeur Béatrice (play, 1902) op by Yanovs′ky, 1907 incid chorus by Lyadov, op.60, 1910 op by Grechaninov, op.50, 1912 op by A. Wolff, 1914 incid music by Atterberg, 1917 op by