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Playlist of List of World Heritage Sites in Romania

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  • B1TV - Concert @ European Cultural Centre for UNESCO, Romania (2019

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  • Fortified churches in Transylvania Romania

    3:31

    Fortified churches:
    1-2 Biertan Church,
    3-4,Church Axente Sever
    5-6 Church Saschiz
    7-8-9 Viscri Church,
    10-11-12 Church Prejmer
    13-14-15 Church Calnic
    Personal photos.
    Background music Chopin - Waltz Op 70 February Bem M

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  • Wooden Churches from Maramures County,Romania,Europe

    7:49

    In Maramures Romania the most impressive wooden monuments are the wooden churches, which guard, with their supple steeples, a space bordered by the horizons, imposing by the harmony of the lines, the variety of details and the perfection of their proportions.

  • 1080 CHURCHES OF MOLDAVIA

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  • Festivalul Imagine in Romania

    1:52

    Festivalul IMAGINE, unul dintre cele mai importante proiecte pe care Jeunesses Musicales International le derulează la nivel mondial, va fi organizat începând cu 2011 şi în România, de către ELITE ART Club UNESCO. Ediţia din acest an se va derula în parteneriat cu trupa Byron.

  • Viscri - The Fortified Church , Part 1 exterior

    6:30

    Viscri - XIII century fortified church. UNESCO Heritage
    Filming personal mcostiniuc
    Background music: Mendelssohn Bartholdy - Violon Concerto op 64, fragment

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  • Viscri - The Fortified Church Part 2 . The inside

    7:56

    Viscri - XIII century fortified church. UNESCO Heritage
    Filming personal mcostiniuc
    Background music: Mendelssohn Bartholdy - Violon Concerto op 64, fragment

  • MISS I dreamy minimal vinyl house set at Neversea 2018

    1:53:37

    More Neversea:
    Miss I runs the superb Misbits record shop in Bucharest. Underground Romanian house and techno a plenty:
    Since the turn of the millenium a sound has spread from the Southern Eastern edge of Europe and made waves across the world. The compelling power of Romanian minimal, a lean and intricate style popularised by frequent Ricardo Villalobos-collaborators RPR Soundsystem (Petre Inspirescu, Raresh and Rhadoo), is now a staple in the planet’s finest dance parties, placing the Black Sea-bordering nation firmly on the dance music map. And in tandem, Romania has also emerged as a serious player in the world of festivals, with landmark events introducing new and experienced ravers alike to the country's vibrant dance domains.

    A new vital figure in Romania's emerging prospering scene is Neversea, started by the team behind the nation's largest music festival, Untold, and set on the beaches of Constanța, a picturesque coastal city on the Back Sea coast. It made its debut last year to high acclaim, with a whopping 153,000 attendees making the pilgrimage to the 3-day event. The party sported a line-up that blended local and global talent, with Sven Väth and Nina Kraviz rubbing shoulders with Priku and Herodot on the Romanian coast.



    This year, the Neversea team have taken it up a notch by inviting a whole host of new artists and DJs to its sandy shores. The Mainstage features an array of heavy-hitting, chart-topping headliners, including Trance maestro Armin Van Buuren and EDM champions Steve Aoki and Hardwell.

    The underground-focused Temple stage returns, with appearances coming from Paradise head Jamie Jones and Nina Kraviz. A range of Romanian talent is also on offer, including the aforementioned Raresh, Praslea, Dan and Premiesku.

    Daydreaming is centred around a hypnotic array of DJs, where notable names such as Acid Pauli, Black Coffee and Claptone will be deploying their trance-inducing sets to the masses. Notable d 'n'b, dubstep and hip hop acts ply their trade on the Ark stage, including Chase & Status, Dope D.O.D. and DJ Premier.



    What makes Neversea particularly special is its location and impact on the local community. The stages are set around the picture-perfect beaches of Constanța and attendees will get memorable views of the Black Sea. Constanta is also the oldest city in Romania and contains a UNESCO World Heritage Site to boot: the beautiful Danube Delta that flows into the Black Sea. Partygoers can also experience the Gorges of Dobrogea that boasts a unique and scenic landscape pockmarked with towers, columns and pyramids.



    For some post-party down time, the beautiful and varied village of Vama Veche is half an hour away from Constanta and well worth a visit. It is famous for being a countercultural paradise and many people continue to camp on its vast beaches, boycotting the newly-built hotels to protect against the encroaching tide of gentrification.



    Another element that separates Neversea from the pack is its intricate connection to the local area. Last year the festival injected over 20 million euros into the city. It has also done its bit for the country at large by collaborating with the Blood Network Campaign to raise awareness of Romania's low blood transfusion rates and mobilise thousands of young Romanians to donate blood for the first time, helping to turn the tide of a national crisis.

  • BucharestCompetition2015

    11:45

    Sergey Simakov from Russia won the FIRST PRIZE (2500 euro).
    The other two finalists were: Kazuki Wada, 34 years old from Japan who won the Second Prize (2000 euro) and June-Sung Park, 33 years old, from South Korea won theThird Prize (1500 euro).
    The first prize winner – Sergey Simakov - is 30 years old and comes from Russia. He studied at the Kazan State Conservatory and earned a Master of Music at the University of Freiburg, where he is currently continuing his in-depth studies. He has also received official invitations to conduct the Philharmonic Orchestras of Sibiu, Timisoara and Craiova.
    During the Gala Concert – a high quality event which featured the pianist Adela Liculescu as a Soloist and the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra – two more prizes were awarded:
    Prize for the Best Romanian Conductor (1000 euro) went to Vlad Vizireanu (29, Romania) and the George Enescu Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Prize, went to Jonathan William Mann (30, the United Kingdom). He also received a concert at the Kielce Philharmonic (Poland).

    This year the competition took place from September 22 to 26 and it was endowed with an exceptional jury composed of seven Romanian and international musical personalities.

    The International Conducting Competition Jeunesses Musicales Bucharest is the only accredited and promoted project of the International Jeunesses Musicales Network - the largest international network for young musicians in the world - 85 countries. In Romania, the Competition increased with each edition, since 2010.

    The project is organized by the ELITE ART Club UNESCO Association and funded this year through the EEA Financial Mechanism 2009-2014, the Programme PA17 / RO13 Promoting diversity in culture and art in the European cultural heritage.

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  • Căluşarii Crăciunului - Orăştioara de Sus, judeţul Hunedoara

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    INTANGIBLE GLOBAL HERITAGE, as proclaimed by UNESCO, the Romanian traditional dance from Transylvania, named Căluşarii embodies, at the death of the old year, the forces of good, youth and richness.
    The ritual is thought to derive derived from ancient primitive rites using the symbol of the horse, worshipped by the locals as an embodiment of the sun. It’s name derives from the căluş, the wooden part of the horse’s bridle. The ritual gather dances and songs, all enacted by young men, accompanied by musical instruments. Young men are initiated into the ritual by the vătaf (master) who inherited the knowledge of the magic words and the dance steps from his predecessor.
    Căluşarii always wear embroidered Romanian traditional blousese and trousers. Their legs are adorned with small jingling bells. When swinging, leaping and clicking the heels and shouting magical words Căluşarii, are thought to bring in each house good health and prosperity, chasing away the evil spirits.
    Until today, young men dressed as Căluşari from ancient Dacian villages meet, each three days after Christmas, into a group called ceată to celebrate the winter solstice. This way they testify the rich cultural unity of Romania, as the dance is also celebrated, this time during summer solstice, not only in Transylvania, but also in southern Romania, known during ancient times, as Wallachia.

    „MOŞTENIRE MONDIALĂ INTANGIBILĂ”, aşa cum au fost proclamate de UNESCO, dansurile tradiţionale fecioreşti din Transilvania, cunoscute drept „Căluşarii” întruchipează, la moartea anului vechi, forţele binelui, ale tinereţii şi ale bogăţiei.
    Dansul cu strigături provine, cel mai probabil, din ritualuri ancestrale primitive, folosind simbolul calului, celebrat de populaţia locală drept întruchipare a zeului Soare. Numele dansului ritual vine de la „căluş”, partea din lemn a hamului, care i se introduce calului în gură. Ritualul reuneşte dansuri şi cântece, jucate şi strigate de tineri, acompaniaţi de instrumente muzicale.
    Tinerii sunt iniţiaţi în ritual de „vătaf” (şeful grupului), care, la rândul lui, a învăţat paşii dansului şi cuvintele strigăturilor de la predecesorii săi.
    Căluşarii poartă, întotdeauna, cămăşi ţesute în casă şi brotate cu motive tradiţionale româneşti. Gleznele le sunt decorate cu clopoţei. Prin dansul lor, legănat, sărit şi tropotit, se crede că tinerii căluşeri aduc în fiecare familie în a cărei curte intră sănătate şi prosperitate, alungând duhurile rele.
    În ultimii ani fenomenul a cunoscut un reviriment pe Valea Grădiştei, în străvechea zonă locuită de daci înainte de cucerirea romană. Tinerii se întâlnesc, astfel, la solstiţiul de iarnă, pentru a celebra Crăciunul şi a aduce binele în casele gospodarilor. Dansul lor dovedeşte diversitatea în unitate a tradiţiilor româneşti, în condiţiile în care dansul nu e întâlnit doar în Transilvania, ci şi în Valahia de odinioară, Oltenia de astăzi, unde celebrează, de această dată, solstiţiul de vară.

  • Seven notes One Europe @modica

    7:44

    #sevennotesoneeurope 20th-30th August Modica.
    Spagna
    Bulgaria
    Lettonia
    Polonia
    Romania
    Italia

  • Gaither Vocal Band - Sometimes It Takes A Mountain

    9:53

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    LYRICS:

    I faced a mountain,
    That I never faced before
    That's why I'm calling on the Lord
    I know it's been awhile,
    But Lord please hear my prayer
    I need you like I never have before.

    Sometimes it takes a mountain
    Sometimes a troubled sea
    Sometimes it takes a desert
    To get a hold of me
    Your Love is so much stronger
    Then whatever troubles me
    Sometimes it takes a mountain
    To trust you and believe
    No matter what comes in our lives God is ALWAYS a VERY present help in our times of need. We may fail Him but He NEVER fails us! See All
    Forgive me, Jesus
    I thought I could control
    Whatever life would throw my way
    But this I will admit
    Has brought me to my knees
    I need you Lord and I'm not ashamed to say

    Sometimes it takes a mountain
    Sometimes a troubled sea
    Sometimes it takes a desert
    To get a hold of me
    Your Love is so much stronger
    Then whatever troubles me
    Sometimes it takes a mountain
    To trust you and believe

    Sometimes it takes a mountain
    To trust you and believe

    Music video by Gaither Vocal Band performing Sometimes It Takes A Mountain. (C) 2015 Spring House Music Group

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  • romania un paese bellissimo

    3:36

    romania un paese bello

  • Everything begins with the first step, Erasmus+ project. Learning in Danube Delta.

    9:22

    Erasmus+ strategic partnership project involves making new materials in order to help to learn more about environmental issues all across Europe.

  • Imagine Festival - Sibiu

    3:53

  • Gypsy Songs from Hungary

    1:8:35

    Romani music or Gipsy music is the music of the Romani people, who have their origins in northern India, but today live mostly in Europe. Historically nomadic, though now largely settled, the Romani people have long acted as entertainers and tradesmen. In many of the places Romanies live they have become known as musicians. The wide distances travelled have introduced a multitude of influences of Byzantine, Greek, Arabic, Indian, Persian, Turkish, Slavic, Romanian, German, Dutch, French, Spanish and even Jewish musical forms. It is difficult to define the parameters of a unified Romani musical style, as there are many differences in melodic, harmonic, rhythmic and formal structures from region to region. Lyrics to Romani songs are often sung in one or more dialects of the Romani language, and dance frequently accompanies Romani music performance.

    The quintessentially Spanish flamenco is to a very large extent the music (and dance, or indeed the culture) of the Romani people of Andalusia. Apart from Romani music for local use, in Eastern Europe a separate Romani music originated for entertainment at parties and celebrations. This music drew its themes from Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and other sources. Later on it gained popularity in Western Europe, where many Romani orchestras were active, playing sophisticated melodies of East European origin. Most Romani music is based on the folk music of the countries where the Romani went through or settled. Local music is adopted and performed – usually instrumental – and, slowly, it is transformed into Romani styles, which are usually more complex than the original styles. In its turn, Romani music has greatly influenced the local music.

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  • Eugen Doga. Chamber music concert. The National Culture Day of Romania.

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    The National Culture Day of Romania. Cantacuzino Palace, The National Museum “George Enescu”.
    15.01.2016. Chamber music concert. Music - Eugen DOGA.
    Soprano - Ana CEBOTARI.
    Baritone - Rudolf Constantin COCRIȘ.
    Piano - Ieromin BUGA.
    Quartet «PASSIONE»: Diana JIPA, Mădălina PANCIU, Cristina PAȘA, Violeta TUȚA POPESCU.

    09:57 Balada «Pasarile tineretei noastre» (Romantic ballad - «Birds of our youth») - Quartet «PASSIONE». Piano - Ieromin BUGA.
    14:30 Paraphrase - on the theme of romance A.Alyabev Nightingale. Quartet «PASSIONE». Piano - Ieromin BUGA.
    19:13 Sonnet - Piano - Eugen DOGA. Quartet «PASSIONE».
    23:23 Tango - Piano - Ieromin BUGA. Quartet «PASSIONE».
    26:06 Waltz «Gramophone» - Quartet «PASSIONE». Piano - Ieromin BUGA.
    29:08 Adagio and rondo - Piano - Eugen DOGA. Quartet «PASSIONE».
    35:51 Te stiam numai din nume (I Knew You by Name Only) - liric by Veronica Micle. Soprano Ana CEBOTARI.
    40:15 De-aş putea (If I could) - liric by Veronica Micle. Soprano Ana CEBOTARI.
    42:52 Replici (Answers). Lyric by Mihai Eminescu. Ana CEBOTARI and Rudolf Constantin COCRIȘ.
    47:56 Waltz. Piano - Eugen DOGA. Quartet «PASSIONE»

    Ziua Culturii Naționale va fi celebrată, vineri 15 ianuarie 2016, ora 18.30, în Aula Palatului Cantacuzino – Muzeul Național ”George Enescu”, printr-un concert extraordinar de muzică de cameră, cu participarea interpretativă a compozitorului EUGEN DOGA, împreună cu baritonul Rudolf Constantin COCRIȘ, soprana Ana CEBOTARI, pianistul Ieromin BUGA și cvartetul PASSIONE: Diana JIPA, vioară I, Mădălina PANCIU, vioară II, Cristina PAȘA, violă, Violeta TUȚA POPESCU, violoncel, artiști consacrați din România și Republica Moldova.

    Evenimentele muzicale au fost organizate de Cancelaria Primului – Ministru al României prin Înaltul Reprezentant pentru Republica Moldova și de Institutul ”Eudoxiu Hurmuzachi” pentru românii de pretutindeni și se vor desfășura în parteneriat cu Uniunea Compozitorilor și Muzicologilor din România, Muzeu Național ”George Enescu”, Ambasada României în Republica Franceză, Ambasada Republicii Moldova în Republica Franceză, Ambasada Republicii Moldova în România și Fundația ”Alexandrion”, având parteneri media: TVR Internațional, TVR Moldova, TV Moldova 1, Radio România Internațional, Radio Chișinău, Eurodidactica.

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  • Happy Birthday Zayn From Romania

    3:02

    Sweet 20 for Zayn From Romania

  • Danubes Delta Aerial 4K/ Дельта Дунаю / Delta dunarii

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    The Danube Delta (Romanian: Delta Dunării pronounced [ˈdelta ˈdunərij] ( listen); Ukrainian: Дельта Дунаю, Deľta Dunayu, Ukrainian pronunciation: [deʎˈtɐ dunɑˈju]) is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and is the best preserved on the continent.[1] The greater part of the Danube Delta lies in Romania (Tulcea County), while its northern part, on the left bank of the Chilia arm, is situated in Ukraine (Odessa Oblast). Its approximate surface area is 4,152 km2 (1,603 sq mi), of which 3,446 km2 (1,331 sq mi) is in Romania. With the lagoons of Razim–Sinoe (1,015 km2 (392 sq mi) with 865 km2 (334 sq mi) water surface), located south of the main delta, the total area of the Danube Delta is 5,165 km2 (1,994 sq mi). The Razim–Sinoe lagoon complex is geologically and ecologically related to the delta proper and the combined territory is listed as a World Heritage Site.

    Дельта Дунаю (рум. Delta Dunării) — друга у Європі річкова дельта після Волги, центр біорізноманіття світового масштабу, важливе місце гніздування та сезонних скупчень птахів, розмноження цінних промислових та рідкісних видів риб, найбільше в Європі місцепроживання багатьох охоронюваних видів земноводних.

  • Michael Jackson ACCIDENT - Earth Song in Munich 1999

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    If you want to contact me: | Karen Faye, Michael's makeup artist about the accident :
    I thought he was surely dead!
    Michael was headlining two benefit concerts for the International Red Cross, Nelson Mandela's Children's Fund, and UNESCO. MICHAEL JACKSON AND FRIENDS.

    The roster of performers and their entourage flew from Seoul, Korea where the first concert was held, to Munich on a chartered plane.

    It was such a wonderful flight because we were able to spend some time and get to know everyone. There were performers from all over the world.

    We arrived at the Munich Olympic Stadium in the afternoon on June 27, 1999 to prepare for Michael's evening appearance.

    Michael introduced Andrea Bocelli in the late afternoon.

    The sun was setting. The darkness changed the entire feeling of the arena. It was a hot summer evening. The crowd had been enjoying performances by other artists all day: Luther Vandross, The Kelly Brothers, Ringo Starr... but it seemed the audience was waiting for Michael. The excitement was building.

    Magically, the stage was being transformed with emerging walls of lights, screens and equipment that had been created for Michael's show, that were hidden behind the other performances.

    Michael Jackson, Michael Bush and myself were using the last minutes to take care some details in the dressing room, just stage right. A long check list: Microphones, wires, wardrobe changes, towels, song list, ice, Gatorade, fans, grease paints, powder. Michael did some stretches to warm up, as the lights lowered in the house.

    I could feel the energy of anticipation the crowd directed towards us. Any hint of Michael's appearance created excited chaos in the crowd. He would peek out at the audience from behind the curtains. The band came up the back stairs. Michael met them for the traditional prayer joining their hands.

    Everything was going perfectly.... the medley...Beat It...Black or White with Slash...

    Billie Jean.

    The local performers for Earth Song started filing on stage. Earth Song began... then the bridge appeared, just as it had done in Korea. The children and adults slowly entered and filled the stage. The song builds.... Michael flies up the bridge and gyrates and pounds his feet, twirls as the bridge lifts away from its braces. Smoke, explosions, bombard our eyes and ears...the bridge continues higher and higher, but unlike rehearsals, and the last show.... it didn't pause at its pinnacle... INSTEAD it came careening down gaining speed with Michael tightly grasping the railings... still singing. I started screaming, but I could not even hear my own voice over the pyro, music, and the audience. I started running out from behind the stage in horror as the bridge quickly disappeared below the front of the stage, slamming down on the concrete floor. Security grabbed and stopped me, thinking I was going to ruin the performance.

    Backstage, there was crying and screaming, only the crew and performers knew there was something desperately wrong. From our vantage point we had lost sight of Michael, as the bridge had fallen below the front of the stage. My heart stopped beating, while in the strong arms of a perplexed security guard. Even though the show continued for everyone else, time stood still for me as I could not imagine how Michael could have survived such a fall.

    But slowly, and after what seemed like an eternity, as the music and applause continued, I saw one arm reach for the floor of the stage...then a long lean leg, another arm, another leg...he was up, center stage... finishing the end of Earth Song! My mouth dropped open in relieved amazement .

    Looking dazed, he made his way to our side of the stage. Michael, sit down....

    NO! He demanded.

    Security... please get him to the hospital! I was begging.

    NO! He grabbed the microphone and ran out to finish performing You Are Not Alone.

    I could not believe what I was witnessing. He finished the song, took his final bow, and returned once again to his stage dressing room and then... collapsed. Security whisked him off to a hospital in Munich.

    Band members, dancers, Slash and crewmembers all shocked and amazed at what we had witnessed wrapped up the show with prayers in our hearts.

    Once back in the hotel... I started making the phone calls to find out how he was. I got the reports that nothing was broken, but he was badly bruised, and his back was very badly strained. It had been a miracle. Being the performer he was, he knew how to land.

    The next day we were to leave for Paris for a photo shoot. This had been postponed until

    He was better. I asked him...why did you continue? I cannot believe you were able to do that.

    You know Turkle, the only thing that I heard in my head, was my father's voice saying to me, MICHEAL, DON'T DISAPPOINT THE AUDIENCE!

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  • Postcard from Malin in Maramures, North Romania, with Nicolae Pitis, Lapus

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    All my life I've been an outlaw (in the forest)
    And I'm going again this year
    While the forest keeps its leaves
    All the brave men have it well
    When the forest discards its leaves
    All the brave men go back home
    To their wife and children

    Why are you swinging, fir tree,
    Without rain our wind,
    With the leaves down to the ground?
    Why should I not be swinging
    If the sheep are coming.
    The sheep come from the mountain,
    The lands remain silent,
    The sheep come to the valley
    The sheepfolds are left empty,
    The pens are left without sheep
    And without a shepherdess.
    Well swing then, fir tree!
    For I've also swung
    After those dear to me.
    The stream is beautiful,
    The shepherd even more,
    When he goes with the sheep
    Away from the shepherdess.
    The city girl is beautiful,
    But the shepherdess even more.
    What about the sheep in the fields
    Who hear the voice of the shepherdess!
    He who hears my mouth
    Can know I've not suckled on a breast,
    Only on sheep milk
    And the mouth of the shepherdess.




  • Christmas Carols - Madrigal Choir at the Romanian Athenaeum in December 2014

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    Since its founding in 1963, the Romanian National Chamber Choir, Madrigal, has received international honors and praise for performing Renaissance works, twentieth-century avant garde compositions, and Romanian folksongs and carols (colinde), within Romania and abroad.

  • IMAGINE Festival Romania 2013

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    There is a dream of being famous in each of us. Adolescence is a period of time when personality settles into shapes and establishes its goals. With ambition and initiative you can break the limits and when opportunity steps in, the impossible becomes possible.

    The music industry offers plenty of opportunities for young artists, but rarely at international level and for all music genres. The IMAGINE Festival is the only musical project which truly appreciates, rewards and promotes its talents, mainly those gathered in groups sharing the same passions.

    Jeunesses Musicales Romania through ELITE ART Club UNESCO brought to Romania the Jeunesses Musicales International concept: IMAGINE Festival. Young artists, 12 to 20 years old, dared to an international competition and they impressed the audience with the diversity of genres: pop-rock, folk, metal, rock, jazz, hip hop etc.

    There were 3 days of concerts, masterclasses and free jam-sessions in Piata Mică from Sibiu and in Oldies Pub Sibiu, where the bands that had been selected at the national preselections to compete in the Imagine Romania Festival's final performed along with national and international guests.

    In 2013, at the 4th edition of the Festival, there were 17 bands performing on stage.

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  • BUDAPEST HUNGARY IS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITIES IN EUROPE

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    BUDAPEST [HUNGARY] IS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITIES IN EUROPE

    Budapest is the capital and largest city in Hungary, and is the tenth largest city in the European Union based on the population in the city limits. The city is estimated to have a population of 1,752,704 people in 2016 and they are spread over an area of 525 km².
    Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and home to a number of UNESCO world heritage sites. This metropolis still retains its history and cultural heritage through various ancient buildings, museums, and memorials, which make Budapest one of the interesting tourist destinations.
    The Danube is a long river that crosses 10 countries in Europe, ranging from Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, to Serbia, Moldova, Ukraine, and ends on the Black Sea in Romania. In Budapest, this river separates the Buda and Obuda areas on the west side, as well as the Pest region on the east side.

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    Budapest adalah ibu kota dan kota terbesar di Hongaria, serta merupakan kota terbesar kesepuluh di Uni Eropa berdasarkan jumlah penduduk di batas kota. Kota ini diperkirakan memiliki jumlah penduduk sebesar 1.752.704 jiwa pada tahun 2016 dan mereka tersebar di wilayah seluas 525 km².
    Budapest, ibu kota Hongaria, merupakan salah satu kota tercantik di Eropa dan rumah dari sejumlah situs warisan dunia UNESCO. Kota metropolis ini tetap mempertahankan sejarah dan warisan budayanya lewat berbagai bangunan kuno, museum, hingga memorial, yang membuat Budapest menjadi salah satu destinasi wisata menarik.
    Sungai Danube merupakan sungai panjang yang melintasi 10 negara di Eropa, mulai dari Jerman, Austria, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hongaria, Kroasia, hingga ke Serbia, Moldova, Ukraina, dan berakhir di Laut Hitam di Romania. Di Budapest, sungai ini memisahkan wilayah Buda dan Obuda di sisi barat, serta wilayah Pest di sisi timur.


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  • Introduction+MAHARASHTR DESHA Sahaja yoga, Romania

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    Body Mind Spirit Festival, Bucharest, Romania 28 March 2009

  • Balkan Gypsy Music

    31:32

    Romani music or Gipsy music is the music of the Romani people, who have their origins in northern India, but today live mostly in Europe. Historically nomadic, though now largely settled, the Romani people have long acted as entertainers and tradesmen. In many of the places Romanies live they have become known as musicians. The wide distances travelled have introduced a multitude of influences of Byzantine, Greek, Arabic, Indian, Persian, Turkish, Slavic, Romanian, German, Dutch, French, Spanish and even Jewish musical forms. It is difficult to define the parameters of a unified Romani musical style, as there are many differences in melodic, harmonic, rhythmic and formal structures from region to region. Lyrics to Romani songs are often sung in one or more dialects of the Romani language, and dance frequently accompanies Romani music performance.

    The quintessentially Spanish flamenco is to a very large extent the music (and dance, or indeed the culture) of the Romani people of Andalusia. Apart from Romani music for local use, in Eastern Europe a separate Romani music originated for entertainment at parties and celebrations. This music drew its themes from Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and other sources. Later on it gained popularity in Western Europe, where many Romani orchestras were active, playing sophisticated melodies of East European origin. Most Romani music is based on the folk music of the countries where the Romani went through or settled. Local music is adopted and performed – usually instrumental – and, slowly, it is transformed into Romani styles, which are usually more complex than the original styles. In its turn, Romani music has greatly influenced the local music.

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  • Journey by boat to Danube Delta

    3:35

    Music: Desireless
    Video: personal collection
    For entertainment use only and no copyright infringement intended.

  • George Enescu:Rumanian Rhapsody No. 1

    12:30

    Mariss Jansons - Waldbühne 1994

  • INFOCARANSEBES - ZIMBRII IN PADURILE DIN ARMENIS

    26:42

    După aproape 200 de ani, în zona Măgura-Plopu de lângă Armeniș au reapărut zimbrii. 17 exemplare tinere au fost eliberate sâmbătă 17.05.2014 într-o zonă de sălbăticie special amenajată, grație unui proiect comun Rewilding Europe-WWF România-Primăria Armeniș, prin care se încearcă repopularea zonei cu cele mai mari mamifere terestre din Europa.

  • Wooden churches of South-Poland

    9:24

    Selection of photos of wooden churches with music from Sanctus and Benedictus from Messe Solennelle de Sainte-Cécile by Charles Gounod (1854). I am also taking this opportunity to honour my colleague, the graphic artist Roman Długosz (d. 2009) by inserting four of his drawings.
    More on wooden churches of Silesia (Śląsk, Schlesien, Slezsko) here (sorry, so far only in Polish)

  • Szamosmenti táncok

    5:49

    Ansamblul Folcloric Studentesc Mugurelul, Cluj-Napoca Romania.
    Summerfest International Folklore Festival and Folkart Fair, Ráckeve Hungary 2011.

  • Liora Maurer Interview Opera Center for Excellence 2013

    11:14

    Twelve (12) young opera singers from Romania and abroad attended, for 10 days (8th -- 15th of August) the masterclass program of the Opera Center for Excellence, under the guidance of prestigious artists of Metropolitan Opera New York.

    Three masterclasses took place: Bel Canto vocal technique for all voice types with counter-tenor Ira Siff, vocal ensemble with conductor Lucy Arner and coaching with vocal coach Liora Maurer.

    This is the interview of Liora Maurer about the masterclass, opera, music and culture.

    It culminated with a Gala Concert -- Voices of Romance, where all the artists from the Opera Center for Excellence, 3rd edition, performed on August 16th.

    The Opera Excellence Center Romania, created by ELITE ART Club UNESCO, aims to perfect the lyrical arts in Romania by developing and promoting a generation with strong competency in classical music and lyrical performance.

    The projects provides an exceptional professional training core for OPERA, based in Romania and attracts elite students/singers at national and international level and eases their access to training courses delivered by the best specialists in the world.

  • Premiera Ansamblului BANATUL - La hora satului „Jocul Duminical”

    11:30

    Premiera Ansamblului BANATUL - La hora satului „Jocul Duminical” (coregrafia Brândușa și Nicolae Stănescu)

  • Attribution of Doctor Honoris Causa Degree to Professor Lorenzo Magnani in Suceava

    15:07



    During the conference there was a special celebration of the work and activity of Professor Lorenzo Magnani, who was awarded with the Doctor Honoris Causa of Stefan Cel Mare University for his seminal interdisciplinary works in computational philosophy, logic & philosophy of science, semiotics and ethics.

    The conference was co-organized by:


    - SRFIT / ROSPHET (Romanian Society for Philosophy, Enginering and Technoethics)
    - Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania
    - Center for Complex Studies -- an UNESCO Center, Bucharest, Romania
    - Gheorghe Zane Institute of the Romanian Academy, Iasi, Romania

  • Corul MADRIGAL, dirijor Voicu Popescu

    3:15

    Moment din spectacolul de lansare a grilelor de toamnă ale TVR, din anul 2013, eveniment difuzat în direct pe TVR1, TVR2, TVR3, TVR Internaţional şi TVR+



  • International Conducting Competition Jeunesses Musicales Bucharest, 7th Edition

    7:51

    În perioada 28 august – 1 septembrie s-a desfăşurat la Ateneul Român cea de-a VII-a ediţie a Concursului Internaţional de Dirijat Jeunesses Musicales Bucureşti. Concursul s-a încheiat apoteotic cu Concertul Extraordinar – Soirée Stradivarius care s-a desfăşurat la Ateneul Român pe 1 septembrie care i-a avut ca protagonişti pe cei 3 dirijori finalişti Yu-An Chang din Taiwan, Simon Proust din Franţa şi din Japonia.

    Sub bagheta celor 3 finalişti ai concursului, Orchestra Simfonică a Filarmonicii George Enescu şi solistul Răzvan Stoica au oferit publicului o performanţă sonoră unică, o dovadă de excelenţă şi virtuozitate. Juriul a fost format din 8 dirijori, personalităţi marcante de renume internaţional - Sigmund Thorp, Cristian Florea, Christian Ehwald, Jacek Rogala, Bujor Prelipcean, Gheorghe Costin, Daniel Weissmann şi Cristian Oroşanu.

    Yu-An Chang, 29 ani, din Taiwan a câştigat premiul I şi privilegiul de a fi numit unul dintre cei mai mari dirijori ai lumii. Yu-An a fost unul dintre finaliştii Concursului Internaţional de Dirijat Besançon în 2015 şi în prezent studiază la Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler din Berlin. În aprilie 2015 acesta şi-a făcut debutul alături de Konzerthaus Orchester Berlin. Premiul II i-a revenit dirijorului francez Simon Proust, 29 ani, care şi-a efectuat studiile în cadrul “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris”. Premiul III i-a revenit lui Nodoka Okisawa din Japonia care studiază în cadrul Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler din Berlin.

    În cadrul galei de final, Helmuth Reichel Silva a primit premiul special al Orchestrei Filarmonicii „George Enescu” iar Maxime Pitois şi Timur Zangiev au primit mentiuni.

    Concertul Extraordinar – Soirée Stradivarius s-a bucurat de prezenţa şi prestaţia extraordinară a Orchestrei Simfonice a Filarmonicii George Enescu, un garant al performanţelor extraordinare şi a dirijorului Haoran Li , câştigătorul ediţiei din 2014 a Concursului Internaţional de Dirijat Jeunesses Musicales Bucureşti care a dirijat Fantezia Carmen a lui Franz Waxman.

    Concertul Extraordinar – Soirée Stradivarius s-a desfăşurat cu participarea extraordinară a solistului Răzvan Stoica, unul dintre cei mai importanţi tineri muzicieni europeni ai momentului. Din anul 2009, Răzvan Stoica are privilegiul deosebit de a cânta la o vioară Antonio Stradivari din 1729, a doua vioară de acest gen din România.

    În cadrul concertului, Laurenţiu Daşcă, directorul artistic al Asociaţiei Elite Art Club UNESCO, a prezentat un scurt istoric al evoluţiei organice a Concursului Internaţional de Dirijat jeunesses Musicales, concurs ce a crescut alături de societatea civilă ale cărei interese şi activităţi le reprezintă. Conştientizând valoarea culturala internaţională pe care concursul şi-a dobândit-o, Laurenţiu Daşcă a oferit două premii de excelenţă lui Sigmund Thorp şi lui Christian Ehwald pentru contribuţia extraordinară pe care aceştia au avut-o la dezvoltarea voncursului.




    Ambii membri ai juriului au atras atenţia asupra valorii participanţilor, Sigmund Thorp declarând că toţi concurenţii sunt câştigători deoarece au participat la un dur proces de selecţie pentru a putea fi admişi iar Christian Ehwald i-a descris pe tinerii concurenţi ca fiind deosebit de implicaţi şi talentaţi.

    Programul concertului a inclus opere de J. Sibelius, P.I. Ceaikovski, C. Saint Saens, J. Brahms, P.I. Ceaikovski şi D. Shostakovich şi a fost prezentat de către Marius Constantinescu, una dintre cele mai importante personalităţi culturale din ţară. Sala s-a dovedit neîncăpătoare pentru publicul numeros de aproximativ 900 de persoane care s-au prezentat să asiste la concert.

    Concursul, care se află la a VII-a ediţie, este implementat în România de către asoicaţia Elite Art Club UNESCO, unicul reprezentant în România al celei mai mari reţele globale de ONG-uri dedicate tinerilor muzicieni - Jeunesses Musicales International. Elite Art Club UNESCO a decis în anul 2010 să implementeze în România concursul de dirijat care a fost iniţiat în urmă cu peste 50 de ani de către Jeunesses Musicales Internaţional.

    Evenimentul este organizat cu sprijinul La Fântâna, sponsorul principal al evenimentului şi Residence Hotels, Hotel Cişmigiu, Hotel Griviţa, Novotel, Ibis Hotel şi Institutul Polonez din Bucureşti.

    Parteneri media: Business Woman, Radio România Cultural, Radio România Muzical, Sensotv.ro, Orașul meu, Observatorul Cultural, Calendar Evenimente, ArtOut, BestMusic, WayMedia, BaBoom, Ceaşca de Cultură, Societatea Muzicală.

    Pentru mai multe detalii despre concurs, consultaţi

  • Conferinta Zonala Tineret - Ulmeni

    2:38:13

    Invitat Emil Burdetiu

  • Shin Eun Sook Daegeum Cluj Romania 2018

    10:11

  • Premiera Ansamblului BANATUL - Dansul „Pătimaşilor”

    8:30

    Premiera Ansamblului BANATUL - Dansul „Pătimaşilor” – Formaţia de tineret a Ansamblului Banatul (coregrafia Brândușa și Nicolae Stănescu)

  • Budesti,Maramures - Little girl sings a folk song from Maramures .m2ts

    2:29

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    At the Folklore Festival Nu va uitati ca-s micut from Budesti,Maramures county,Romania,Europe, the XIII th edition 2011,dedicated to the traditional songs and dances of the childrens.

    Video by Full HD 1080 SONY VideoCamera

  • Hiking on TOROIAGA - MARAMUREŠ HD

    6:50

    caii de munte romania rumunskoToroiaga, Romania on world map

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    Toroiaga is situated 194 kilometers north (354°) of the approximate center of Romania and 382 kilometers north (344°) of the captial Bucharest.



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  • Festivalul national de folclor Domnica Trop 2019 Isverna, prima editie

    5:15:55

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    Domnica Trop, fiicã de ţãrani din Munţii Mehedinţiului, din Isverna, nãscutã în 1938, a fost descoperitã la vârsta de 35 de ani de învãţãtorul Vasile Cãpãstraru. Acesta a prezentat-o soliştilor Maria Ciobanu şi Ion Dolãnescu, aflaţi într-un turneu la Isverna (1973), care au ajutat-o sã-şi înregistreze piesele la Radio Bucureşti.

    Cu un repertoriu specific zonei muntoase de confluenţã dintre judeţele Mehedinţi şi Caraş-Severin, a impresionat o lume întreagã, prin melosul distinctiv faţã de tot ceea ce se cunoaşte în folclorul românesc, fiind consideratã o voce rar întâlnitã, nu numai în Oltenia de sub munte, ci chiar în Europa. Nu a pãrãsit locurile natale decât atunci când a participat la marile festivaluri sau când a fost invitatã la diverse manifestãri.

    A obţinut Trofeul Festivalului „Cântec nou în Mehedinţi”, Premiul Special pentru Autenticitate la Festivalul „Maria Tãnase” (1973), Locul I pe ţarã la Festivalul „Cântarea României” (1979) şi Premiul Naţional „Ethos” (1999), primul acordat în „pepiniera” folcloricã a judeţului Mehedinţi. „Pot sã spun cã mã «jucam» cu ceilalţi solişti, dar aveam emoţii cu Domnica Trop. A fost şi o întâmplare hazlie: dirijam introducerea orchestralã, dupã care m-am apropiat de ea, ca sã-i dau intrarea. Uitându-se cu coada ochiului, se rãţoieşte la mine, tare, la microfon: «Domn maistru, nu mai da, bre, din mâini, cã mã încurci!». Vã daţi seama ce a fost în salã: publicul a izbucnit în râs. Dupã acest intermezzo am reluat piesa, iar Domnica Trop a cântat dumnezeieşte. Eu trebuia sã fiu atent la ea, sã ghidez orchestra dupã ea… A fost un succes imens!” (Paraschiv Oprea).

    Domnica Trop a fost declaratã de cãtre UNESCO Tezaur Uman Viu, de altfel singura personalitate din judeţul Mehedinţi care a primit aceastã titulaturã, care dã în acest fel dimensiunea valorii acestui mare rapsod popular.

    Prima ediţie a Festivalului Naţional de Folclor “Domnica Trop”, care include şi o secţiune de concurs de interpretare solişti vocali şi instrumentişti, a avut loc pe 12 mai la Isverna.

    Este prima manifestare de o asemenea amploare, în judeţul Mehedinţi. Un semn cã şi la noi lucrurile se încadreazã în normalitate şi cã valorile neamului, tradiţiile strãmoşeşti, folclorul, aceastã istorie vie a poporului nostru sunt respectate de cãtre cei care conduc destinul acestui judeţ, a comunitãţii mehedinţene.

    Festivalul “Domnica Trop” a fost iniţiat şi organizat de cãtre Consiliul Judeţean Mehedinţi, şi preşedintele Aladin Georgescu, prin Centrul Cultural “Nichita Stãnescu”, condus de managerul Emilia Mihãilescu, Primãria şi Consiliul Local Isverna cu o implicare exemplarã, pentru amploarea acestei manifestãri.

    Cel mai important este faptul cã Domnica Trop primeşte recunoaşterea meritelor sale acasã, în Isverna, acolo unde a trãit toatã viaţa. Pânã acum Muma Domnica a fost mai apreciatã în altã parte, decât în propria “ogradã”, la Mehedinţi.

    Acest lucru a fost schimbat încã de anul trecut când, la propunerea lui Aladin Georgescu, Consiliul Judeţean Mehedinţi i-a acordat titlul de “Cetãţean de Onoare” al Judeţului, adicã în sfârşit s-a fãcut dreptate pentru cel mai important rapsod popular al nostru, şi al tuturor, timbrul sãu vocal fiind considerat unic în Europa, şi fãrã de care existenţa multor solişti de la munte, şi nu numai, cariera lor nu ar fi însemnat mare lucru. Domnica Trop este prima care aşeazã pe scena naţionalã, şi nu numai, folclorul mehedinţean, şi îi asigurã un rol semnificativ.

    Important este, de asemenea, cã acest titlu, sigur onorant pentru Muma Domnica, dar şi pentru Mehedinţi, nu a însemnat o simplã diplomã, şi o strângere de mânã ci iatã se dovedeşte, prin organizarea acestui festival, cã e vorba de mai mult, de stabilirea unor obiective, pe termen lung. Consiliul Judeţean Mehedinţi se dovedeşte deschis şi implicat active în derularea unor manifestãri care nu numai cã înseamnã recunoşterea şi promovarea valorilor mehedinţene, dar care au un impact major pentru promovarea Mehedinţiului de Sub Munte, a localitãţilor de aici, care sigur, sunt “un colţ de rai” dar dezvoltarea acestora, alãturi de multe alte chestiuni, depinde şi de un “brand”, iar Domnica Trop, Tezaur Uman Viu, este unul extraordinar.

  • Vali Boghean Band - Călătorul

    6:07

    Chanson Călătorul (le voyageur) du groupe ethno-jazz Vali Boghean Band (Moldavie), présentée à l'UNESCO le 19 mars 2018 à l'occasion de la Journée internationale de la Francophonie
    --
    Piesa Călătorul a fost prezentată în premieră la Paris în martie 2018. Imagini de la concertul de la UNESCO din 19 martie 2018 făcute de Ambasada Republicii Moldova în Franţa

  • Semifinala Eurovision 2018 de la Sighişoara, în direct la TVR1

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    Duminică, 18 februarie, în direct la TVR1 aflăm ultimii 3 finalişti Eurovision România 2018. Semifinala Eurovision 2018 de la Sighişoara va avea loc în Sala de Spectacole „Mihai Eminescu”.

    Mai multe detalii gasiti pe tvr.ro

    Piesele calificate în finală sunt pe canalul nostru de YouTube




  • Floare-Carpet a lansat noua colectie de covoare traditionale

    2:14

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  • Oscepi Romania English Adventure Camp 2013

    7:26

    This is a video from the Oscepi English Adventure Camp in Romania in July 2013. This is the 4th year that I had the opportunity to go. We had a great year and can't wait to go back again.

  • Naarghita ~ Album Cu Melodii Indiene ~ In Memoria Artistei Naarghita

    1:27:48

    Album (2) cu melodii indiene îndrâgite interpretate de marea artistă a muzicii indiene din România, NAARGHITA.

    Cu arta EI, a creeat o punte de lumină între România și India. A fost aleasă la UNESCO ambasador al culturii, muzicii şi păcii internaţionale. Chiar și presa indiană a recunoscut că: ''Naarghita a făcut mult mai mult pentru arta noastră peste hotare, decât toate vedetele noastre la un loc''.

  • EFY Medley Around The World

    7:01



    Since 1999, the EFY Medley: As Sisters In Zion & We’ll Bring the World His Truth has been performed by over a half million youth at EFY (Especially For Youth) and hundreds of thousands more around the world.

    This video is a compilation of the EFY Medley being performed in 23 countries on 6 continents, representing over 60 unique performances.

    Here is a complete list of cities/countries represented in this video:

    Popurri, Uruguay
    Layton, Utah
    Cedar City, Utah
    Meridian, Idaho
    Hanoi, Vietnam
    Middlebury, Vermont
    Toronto, Canada
    Grand Junction, Colorado
    Viera, Florida
    Palmer, Alaska
    Laie, Hawaii
    Lehi, Utah
    Lolo, Montana
    Lindon, Utah
    Idyllwild, California
    San Jose, California
    Taipei, Taiwan
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    Ulan Bator, Mongolia
    Laurel, Maryland
    Kiev, Ukraine
    Talamban, Phillippines
    Bucharest, Romania
    Rome, Italy
    Sao Paulo, Brazil
    Spokane, Washington
    Provo MTC, Utah
    Pleasant Grove, Utah
    Abilene, Texas
    Colonia Juarez, Mexico
    Taipei, Taiwan
    Carmona Phillipines
    Shibuya, Japan
    Delta, Utah
    Polynesian Cultural Center (Oahu, Hawaii)
    Atlanta, Georgia
    Sendai, Japan
    Guatemala City, Guatemala
    Deutschsprachigen, Belgum
    Tokyo, Japan
    Preston, England
    Donnerstag, Germany
    Sydney, Australia
    Boston, Massachusetts
    Panama City, Florida
    Toronto, Canada
    Georgetown, Kentucky
    Provo, Utah
    Bintulu, Malaysia
    Taichung, Taiwan
    St. George, Utah
    Nairobi, Kenya
    Gilbert, Arizona
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    Galilee, Israel
    Mexico City, Mexico
    Vladivostok, Russia
    San Salvador, El Salvador

    For more about Michael R. Hicks, the writer of the EFY Medley, visit here:

    Special thanks to Janice Kapp Perry, EFY, and those that sing the EFY Medley the way it needs to be sung - with all of their hearts.

  • The OPERA Center for Excellence Romania 2011

    9:09

    Eveniment realizat de ELITE ART CLUB UNESCO
    Colaj foto de la cursurile de maiestrie si Concertul de Gala 2011.

  • Ceramica Horezu Regii Lutului

    13:50

    Ceramica Horezu. Mester Giubega Sorin

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