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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Balada pentru vioara si orchestra

    11:17

    Ciprian Porumbescu born Ciprian Golembiovski (October 14, 1853 - June 6, 1883) was a romanian composer born in Şipotele Sucevei in Bucovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine). He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include Crai nou, Trei culori, Song for the 1st of May, Ballad for violin and piano and Serenada. In addition, he composed the music for Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire, which was used for Albania's national anthem, Hymni i Flamurit. His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta. Finished on October 21, 1880, the Ballad for Violin and Orchestra soon became the best known work by Ciprian Porumbescu, and a reference work in romanian classical music of the 19th century. In seclusion at Stupca, the composer meditated, drafted and then finished the piece, full of poetry and bitter nostalgia, with light and shade, a mixture of doina, old dance and song, everything in the environment of serene melancholy. He died at the age of 29 in Stupca, which was renamed Ciprian Porumbescu in his honor.

  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Album Integral

    1:13:08

    Ciprian Porumbescu - Album Integral

    Compozitor: Ciprian Porumbescu (1853 - 1883)
    Interpreteaza: Orchestra Simfonica a Filarmonicii din Cluj Napoca, Orchestra Radioteleviziunii, Corul Conservatorului Ciprian Porumbescu.
    Dirijori: Emil Simion, Paul Popescu.

    00:00:00 - 00:11:12 Baladă pentru vioară și orchestră
    00:11:13 - 00:22:55 Rapsodia română pentru orchestră

    00:22:56 - 00:27:51 Crai nou, Cor- Aria Dochiței- Horă
    00:27:52 - 00:31:06 Crai nou, Cântecul lui Corbu: Frunză verde, stejărel
    00:31:07 - 00:33:49 Crai nou, Corul fetelor și flăcăilor: Haideți
    00:33:50 - 00:41:57 Crai nou, Ansamblu- Scena Leonaș- Anica: Anico, Anico
    00:41:58 - 00:49:05 Crai nou, Scena Bujor- Dochița- Ispravnicul
    00:49:06 - 00:50:55 Crai nou, Cântecul Dochiței
    00:50:56 - 00:52:48 Crai nou, Duetul Ispravnicul- Dochița
    00:52:49 - 00:55:57 Crai nou, Cântecul Anicăi cu Leonaș: În aste haine așa simple
    00:55:58 - 00:59:10 Crai nou, Duetul Bujor- Corbu- Cor
    00:59:11 - 01:01:00 Crai nou, Ansamblu- Scena Anica, Dochița, Bujor, Leonaș, Ispravnicul și Cor
    01:01:01 - 01:03:41 Crai nou, Scena Ispravnicul- Corbu și Corul final

    01:03:42 - 01:05:33 Hora Brașovului
    01:05:34 - 01:08:21 Zâna Dunării
    01:08:22 - 01:11:00 Hora detrunchiaților
    01:11:01 - 01:12:57 Bătrâneasca


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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Film 1972

    2:19:54

    Ciprian Porumbescu este un film biografic românesc în două părți din 1973, regizat de Gheorghe Vitanidis după propriul scenariu. Rolurile principale sunt interpretate de Vlad Rădescu, Tamara Crețulescu, Emanoil Petruț, Emilia Dobrin, Sebastian Papaiani și Dan Ionescu.

    Filmul prezintă viața compozitorului român Ciprian Porumbescu (1853-1883), care a trăit în Bucovina aflată sub stăpânirea austriacă. Tânărul a compus câteva binecunoscute cântece patriotice (Trei culori, Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire), prima operetă românească („Crai nou”) și celebra Baladă. Pentru activitatea sa patriotică, el a fost arestat și s-a îmbolnăvit de tuberculoză în închisoarea austro-ungară unde fusese încarcerat. Boala sa, moartea sa timpurie și dragostea sa nefericită sunt aspecte care conturează personalitatea tragică a tânărului compozitor român Ciprian Porumbescu.

  • Momentul intalnirii dintre Mihai Eminescu si Ciprian Porumbescu

    3:04

    Secventa din filmul ''Ciprian Porumbescu'' din 1973, regia Gheorghe Vitanidis

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  • Porumbescu Balada by Clara Cernat and Thierry Huillet

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    Ciprian Porumbescu : Balada for violin and piano
    Clara Cernat, violin
    Thierry Huillet, piano
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  • Cristian Botgros și Orchestra Lăutarii - Balada Ciprian Porumbescu

    4:44

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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Baladă pentru vioară si orchestră

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    Ciprian Porumbescu\ Balada pentru vioara si orchestra
    Simon, Direttore. Ruha, vl. Orch. Simf. a Filarmonicii din Cluj-Napoca

    Ciprian Porumbescu (born Ciprian Gołęmbiowski on October 14, 1853 – June 6, 1883) was a Romanian composer born in Şipotele Sucevei in Bukovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine). He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include Crai nou, Trei culori, Song for the 1st of May, Ballad for violin and piano, and Serenada. In addition, he composed the music for Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire, which was used for Albania's national anthem, Hymni i Flamurit. His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta.

  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Rapsodia Romana

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    Ciprian Porumbescu (born Cyprian Gołęmbiowski on October 14, 1853 July 6, 1883) was an Romanian composer born in Şipotele Sucevei in Bukovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine). He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include Crai nou, Trei culori, Song for the 1st of May, Ballad for violin and piano, and Serenada. In addition, he composed the music for Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire, which was used for Albania's national anthem, Hymni i Flamurit. His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta.
    Ciprian Porumbescu was born into the family of Iraclie Gołęmbiowski (who changed the Polish-sounding family name to its Romanian translation), an ethnic Romanian writer and Orthodox priest of possible Polish origins. He studied music in Suceava and Cernăuţi, then continued at the Konservatorium für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna from 1879 to 1881 under Anton Bruckner and Franz Krenn. His artistic career as a composer, conductor, violinist, and pianist started in Cernăuţi, and continued in Vienna, and later in Braşov where he taught vocal music at Romanian schools.

    Ciprian Porumbescu wrote poetry, lyrics and press articles, and actively participated in the public cultural life. He helped the rise of the Romanian music school during an age of enthusiasm generated by Romania's independence. Some of the most remarkable musical pages of the composer were inspired by national heroes and great army leaders, such as Stephen III of Moldavia and Dragoş Vodă. The appreciation of his music came from the melodic nature of his compositions and their folklore inspiration.

    Ciprian Porumbescu left a legacy of more than 250 works, bringing him fame and popularity through his short life. The composer saw his work Crai Nou (New Moon) performed in Braşov, while his vocal works Pe-al nostru steag (On our flag), Treiculorul (Three coloured), Cântec de primăvară (Spring song), Serenada, Cântecul gintei latine (Latin nation song), La malurile Prutului (On the Prut's shores), and Altarul manastirii Putna (Putna monastery's altar) were already in the public conscience. He died at the age of 29 in Stupca, which was renamed Ciprian Porumbescu in his honor.

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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - BALADA

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    Ciprian Porumbescu - Balada pentru vioara si orchestra, cu filmari superbe din Romania.
    Ciprian Porumbescu - Ballad for violin and orchestra
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  • Ciprian Porumbescu--Ballade

    8:28

    Romania's movie Ciprian Porumbescu fragment

  • Balada - Amadeus Electric Quartet - live session

    4:37

    This is our gift for all Romanians all over the world. We celebrate Romania and 100 years since the unification of all Romanian provinces in one democratic state. We are proud to be Romanian!

    Ballad for Violin and Orchestra is the best known work by Ciprian Porumbescu, and a reference work in Romanian classical music of the 19th century. This is our version from our second record album, Meridian (2003), rearranged by Adrian Ordean.

    Andreea Runceanu - violin
    Bianca Gavrilescu - violin
    Patricia Cimpoiasu - cello
    Laura Lazarescu - piano

    Amadeus Band
    Xenti Runceanu - keyboard
    Radu Moldovan - drums

    Musical arrangement:
    Adrian Ordean / Xenti Runceanu

    Directed by Răzvan Leucea
    DoP. Răzvan Leucea / Paul Chirilă
    Edit: Răzvan Leucea / Alex Maxim
    Produced by Monolit Studio

    Sound engineer: Hertzu
    Tech: Tiberiu Petrescu

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  • CIPRIAN PORUMBESCU - CRAI NOU

    40:44

    Orchestra de studio a Radiodifuziunii Romane si Corul Conservatorului Ciprian Porumbescu

    Ciprian Porumbescu (born Ciprian Gołęmbiowski on October 14, 1853 – June 6, 1883) was a Romanian composer born in Şipotele Sucevei in Bukovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine). He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include Crai nou, Trei culori, Song for the 1st of May, Ballad for violin and piano, and Serenada. In addition, he composed the music for Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire, which was used for Albania's national anthem, Hymni i Flamurit. His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta.

    Compozitori romani, cei mai mari muzicieni romani, ceamai buNA MUZICA, MUZICAROMANEASCA, TRADITIONALA, ROMANEASCA

  • Porumbescu, Cyprian Balada for violin + orchestra

    11:49

    Cyprian Porumbescu (1853-1883)
    Balada for violin + orchestra
    Andante flebile - Allegro

  • Ciprian Porumbescu din Suceva - Festivalul de Folclor Ion Macrea

    44:30

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  • Ciprian Porumbescu, Zana Dunarii

    2:48

    pian-Cristea Zalu

  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Balada pentru vioara si orchestra

    11:12

    Ciprian Porumbescu - Balada pentru vioara si orchestra, interpretata de Orchestra simfonica a Filarmonicii din Cluj-Napoca.

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  • TATAL NOSTRU - dupa Ciprian Porumbescu

    3:27

    interpret Parintele Dumitru

  • Balada Ciprian Porumbescu

    5:44

    Balada, Ciprian Porumbescu, Romania

  • Ciprian Porumbescu, Hora Detrunchiatilor

    2:39

    pian: Cristea Zalu

  • Ciprian Porumbescu - cel din urma concert

    15:51

    (secventa din productia romaneasca din anul 1972)

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  • Ciprian Porumbescu, Batraneasca

    1:56

    pian: Gabriel Amiras

  • Ansamblul artistic Ciprian Porumbescu - Suită de jocuri din nordul Moldovei

    7:18

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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Ballad for Violin and Piano

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    Ciprian Porumbescu (born Ciprian Gołęmbiowski on October 14, 1853 – June 6, 1883) was a Romanian composer born in Șipotele Sucevei in Bukovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine). He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include Crai nou, Trei culori, Song for the 1st of May, Ballad for violin and piano, and Serenada. In addition, he composed the music for the Romanian patriotic song Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire (Unity is Written on our Flag), which was used for Albania's national anthem, Himni i Flamurit. His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta.

    Ballad for Violin and Piano (1880)

    Alexandru Tomescu, violin and Horia Mihail, piano.

    Version violin and orchestra:

    Finished on October 21, 1880, the Ballad for Violin and Orchestra (or Violin and Piano) soon became the best known work by Ciprian Porumbescu, and a reference work in Romanian classical music of the 19th century. In seclusion at Stupca, the composer meditated, drafted and then finished the piece, full of poetry and bitter nostalgia, with light and shade, a mixture of Doina, old dance and song, everything in the environment of serene melancholy.

  • TATAL NOSTRU - Logos Symphony Orchestra

    3:03

    The Logos Symphony Orchestra and part of the Chicago Combined Choir perform Tatal Nostru, by Ciprian Porumbescu at the Moody Church on May 25, 2014.

  • Ciprian Porumbescu-Balada

    4:52

    Viatza si muzica lui Ciprian Porumbescu

  • Aici vom rămânea mereu - Tabără Oastea Domnului - 04/01/2020 - Ciprian Porumbescu

    5:12

  • Nu-i iubire ca a ta - Oastea Domnului - Tabără Ciprian Porumbescu

    3:32

    Tabără Oastea Domnului - Ciprian Porumbescu 15.07.2019

  • ♫ Sara pe deal ... Eminescu & Porumbescu

    5:30

    Mihai Eminescu (născut ca Mihail Eminovici) (n. 15 ianuarie 1850, Botoşani, sat Ipoteşti - d. 15 iunie 1889, Bucureşti) a fost un poet, prozator şi jurnalist român, socotit de cititorii români şi de critica literară postumă drept cea mai importantă voce poetică din literatura română.

  • C.Porumbescu - Ballade für violine und streichorchester - Ion Scripcaru

    10:04

    Metropolitan Kammerorchester Wien
    Ciprian Porumbescu - Ballade für violine und streichorchester
    Solist - Ion Scripcaru
    Ehrbar Saal Wien -22.04.2009
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  • ANSAMBLUL ARTISTIC PROFENIONIST CIPRIAN PORUMBESCU SUCEAVA

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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - 60 de Ani, prima zi

    3:30:10

    Spectacol aniversar al ansamblului Ciprian Porumbescu Suceava
    Unirea Bucovinei cu Tara, 60 de ani de activitate muzical-dramatica
    14.30 - Deschiderea evenimentului: Buciumasii Campulung Moldovenesc, Ansamblul Folcloric Cetina Vama, Corala Academica Campulung Moldovenesc, dirijor: Emil Forfota
    15.30 - Sofia Vicoveanca

  • Ion Voicu - Balada de Ciprian Porumbescu

    7:21

    “VEGHEAȚI SĂ NU MI SE PIARDĂ CÂNTECELE”

    O amintire relatată de, Mărioara Porumbescu, sora poetului, compozitorului și teologului român Ciprian Porumbescu:
    “Cu vreo două zile înaintea morții, a venit fratele Ștefan. Sărmanul Ciprian s-a bucurat mult văzându-ne pe toți în juru-i. Luni seara am cinat împreună, iar Ciprian a glumit cu Ștefan, apoi a adormit. Eu stăteam, ca întotdeauna, lângă el. Pe la 12 noaptea se trezește și zice: «Măriorică, mi-e foarte rău. Să vină toți la mine. Să știți că la două ceasuri sunt mort». Apoi și-a luat rămas bun de la toți, cu vocea limpede și cu privirea clară și frumoasă. Ultimele sale cuvinte au fost: «Tătuță, Măriorică, vegheați să nu mi se piardă cântecele. Ele trebuie să trăiască căci eu, iată, mă sting. Le las în dar neamului meu». Picioarele i se răciseră, dar el era încă conștient. Însă, încet a adormit ca un sfânt.”
    Și astfel, pe 6 iunie 1883, se stingea din viață, la doar 29 de ani, Ciprian Porumbescu…

    Ion Voicu (October 8, 1923--February 24, 1997) was a Romanian violinist and orchestral conductor.

    Hundreds of excellent concerts all over the world have brought out in bold relief Ion Voicu's brilliancy as a Romanian violinist of international reputation, one of the greatest masters of our time.

    He was born in Bucharest where he started his musical training when only six years old, with 200 years of musical tradition in his background.
    A child prodigy, he was admitted at the Bucharest Royal Academy of music and completed its seven years course in only two years as a pupil of the renowned Romanian professor George Enacovitch. Later on Ion Voicu polished his art under the guidance of such celebrated violin masters namely George Enesco and David Oistrakh.Ph.D. at the Tchaikovski Conservatory.

    Ion Voicu have given in a fifty five years period of his career, thousands of concerts all over the world: Paris, New York, London, Rome, Vienna, Tokyo, Berlin, Stockholm, a.s.o. His annual tours have gained him enthusiastic acclaims everywhere, as respected critics attest ... Ion Voicu has magic in his fingers and his bow, He has poet's mind and skill of a hand that makes one think of a conjurer, Zauberer auf Saiten, Beifallstürme für Ion Voicu, Ein Teufelsgeiger, Sa technique est éblouissante et sa sonorité charmeuse, Il est parmi les élus, Ion Voicu se situe sur le plan des plus grands maîtres du violon, He is one of the greatest violinists, A lesson of violinistic art, Un grand soir avec Ion Voicu, Voicu kann man zweifellos zu den besten Geigern zählen, A star of international musical life, Ion Voicu gehört neben Zino Francescatti zu den grössten, Il se place aux premiers rangs des violonistes du monde entier, Le concert inoubliable de Ion Voicou, Voicu ist in der Reihe der hervorragendsten Künstler, He was triumphal!.

    More than 100 records LP and CD he has produced, including those by DECCA House and Deutsche Gramophone, have aided in his world fame. His repertoire rang from forgotten masterpieces of the past to new works written for him by Romanian and foreign contemporary composers.

    Ion Voicu has played with such prestigious orchestras as BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER, LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, he played under the baton of great conductors such as Sir Barbirolli, Paul Kleski, Antal Dorati, André Cluytens, Sir John Pritchard, van Oterloo ... concerts broadcasted and telecasted by BBC-London, ABS-New York, NHK-Tokyo, RTV-Belge, Moscow, Ankara, Stockholm, a.s.o. He played concerts with Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrakh, Henryk Szeryng, Leonid Kogan, Igor Oistrakh and others, played sonatas with Cristoph Eschenbach, Hepzibach Menuhin, Monique Haas, a.s.o.

    His teaching activities goes from private instructor to Master Classes taught at the International Mozarteum Academy in Salzburg, Conservatoires de Paris, Nice, Genéve, Lausanne, Vienna, International Menuhin Academy, to name some of them. Quite often prof.dr.Ion Voicu is appointed for Vice-President at the Tchaikovsky International Competition and a jury member of Bach International Contest, Carl Flesch Competition in London, Sibelius International Competition, Folkstone Menuhin Competition, to name a few.

    Ion Voicu has contributed to the musical world in many ways. His contribution to raise the prestige and quality of George Enescu Philharmony in Bucharest, where he has been General Director for ten years, is attested. He created the Bucharest Chamber Orchestra since 1969, which is well known in all Europe and was present at important international festivals. Now his son Madalin Voicu conducts it.

  • Ciprian Porumbescu : Baladǎ Op. 29

    7:44

    Transcription for piano solo by Rudolf Novàček from original for violin and orchestra
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    Although apparently little-known internationally, the Romanian composer Ciprian Porumbescu (1853-83) is still a big name in Romania and Moldova, and the Baladǎ, from 1880 is his best-known work, with the eloquent melancholy of its solo violin part. Actually, most of Porumbescu's music was choral and operetta - including the Albanian national anthem. He studied for a time in Vienna with Bruckner and completed some 250 works in his short life. The arranger of this piano version was the Serbian composer, violinist and bandmaster Rudolf Novàček (1860-1929). Novàček actually spent much of his life in Timişoara, now part of Romania, but part of Hungary until 1920 - where there was a significant Serbian minority. This arrangement was published there in 1924.
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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Ballad for Violin and Orchestra

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    Ciprian Porumbescu born Ciprian Golembiovski (October 14, 1853 - June 6, 1883) was a romanian composer born in Şipotele Sucevei in Bucovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine).

  • Catalin Rotaru, double bass - Balada by Ciprian Porumbescu

    7:10

    The most popular Romanian classical music piece
    Leiki Kose - piano

  • Alexandru Tomescu şi Orchestra Română de Tineret - Balada lui Ciprian Porumbescu

    7:34

    Moment din concertul extraordinar susţinut de Orchestra Română de Tineret cu ocazia încheierii mandatului Preşedinţiei României la Consiliul Uniunii Europene, transmi în direct de TVR1, vineri, 12 iulie, de la Ateneul Român.

    Întreg concertul este online:

    #RO2019EU, #TVR1




  • Ansamblul de dansatori profesionisti Ciprian Porumbescu

    10:15

    Sunt unele momente pe care le pun deoparte pentru a le putea savura mai tarziu. Acesta este unul dintre ele. Ansamblul de dansatori profesionisti Ciprian Porumbescu face ca orice moment in care ei apar sa fie special. Le multumim.

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    Mobila: Sava Claudiu,
    Macara: Daniel Mariciuc
    Foto: Liviu Rotariu

  • Tricolorul

    2:25




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  • Ce jertfă scumpă Tatăl - Oastea Domnului - Tabără Ciprian Porumbescu

    5:15

    Oastea Domnului - Tabără Ciprian Porumbescu - 16 iulie 2019

  • Gheorghe Zamfir Balada de Ciprian Porumbescu

    6:02

    For Friends ....do przyjaciół

  • Întoarcerea lui Cristian - Scenetă - Tabără Oastea Domnului - Ciprian Porumbescu - Suceava

    26:14

  • Ansamblul Artistic Ciprian Porumbescu din Suceava

    4:19

    Moment din ediţia emisiunii Tezaur folcloric, difuzată pe 9 iulie la TVR1, ediţie dedicată Festivalului „Hora Bucovinei”.

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  • Ciprian Porumbescu - Balada op. 29, Guitar Duo

    5:31

    Laurentiu Claudiu Stoica & Ivan Semenzato GUITAR DUO;
    Transcription for two Guitars by: Laurentiu Claudiu Stoica;
    Guitar maker: Roberto de Miranda (Milano).

    Little Paris Production;
    Audio: Tiziano Bole;
    Video: Alessandro Petrussa.

  • Ansamblul Artistic Ciprian Porumbescu 65 de ani de activitate

    1:20:40

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    Ciprian Porumbescu - BALLADE · Ioan Harea

    Ballade

    ℗ 1995 Ioan harea

    Released on: 1995-01-01

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    Filmari- OWH studio
    Regie scena, grafica - Media Show Group
    Coregrafie - Iurie Bivol
    Producator - Vlad Gorgos

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