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Playlist of Romanian architecture

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  • Bucharest, Romania

    6:22

    Bucharest was first mentioned in documents
    in 1459. It became the capital of Romania in
    1862 and is the centre of Romanian media,
    culture, and art. Its architecture is a mix of
    historical (neo-classical), interbellum
    (Bauhaus and art deco), communist-era and
    modern. In the period between the two World
    Wars, the city's elegant architecture and the
    sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest
    the nickname of Little Paris. Although
    buildings and districts in the historic city
    centre were heavily damaged or destroyed
    by war, earthquakes, and above all
    Nicolae Ceaușescu's program of
    systematization, many survived

  • Iași - The Cultural Capital of Romania

    2:40

    Known as The Cultural Capital of Romania, Iași is a symbol in Romanian history. The historian Nicolae Iorga said There should be no Romanian who does not know of it. Still referred to as The Moldavian Capital, Iași is the seat of Iași County and the main economic centre of the Romanian region of Moldavia.

    As of 2011, Iași itself has a population of 263,410 (the fourth most populous Romanian city), the metropolitan area is home to about 350,000 residents, while the population of the peri-urban area exceeds 500,000 residents. Home to the first Romanian university and to the first engineering school, it is the second largest university centre in the country and accommodates over 75,000 students in 5 public and 7 private universities.[9][10] The social and cultural life revolves around the Vasile Alecsandri National Theater (the oldest in Romania), the Moldova State Philharmonic, the Opera House, the Tătărași Athenaeum, a famous Botanical Garden (the oldest and largest in Romania), the Central University Library (the oldest in Romania), the high quality cultural centres and festivals, an array of museums, memorial houses, religious and historical monuments.

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  • New Orchestra Hall Designs Unveiled HD

    3:44

  • Lost End Found - Enescu House / Mihaileni, Botosani County

    2:43

    George Enescu (1881 - 1955) is Romania’s best known and world renowned composer. His house in Mihaileni (Romania), where he spent many of his holidays, worked and composed parts of his masterpieces, belonged to Enescu’s mother and was built by her parents. The construction date of the Mihaileni house is uncertain; it was built between 1775 and 1830 but is now also in danger of collapse and destruction. The building not only has memorial value, but there is also the expression of the Romanian vernacular architecture of the first half of the 19th century. If this dwelling should parish, a powerful part of the memory of Enescu will be lost.

    Pro Patrimonio foundation proposes the rehabilitation of Enescu's house in Mihaileni, Romania, and the creation of The George Enescu International Music Academy, an excellence center for the study of classical music, but also with a focus on traditional architecture and crafts, as well as visual arts. The conservation and care of the places of Enescu's early years represents a mission and a responsibility of great importance for the European heritage and can become a place where great scholars connect with talented young people through an individual journey.

    Enescu Music Academy will put together the memorial components and the educative function, as it can accommodate two artistic residents who will act as professors, while adjacent facilities found in the vicinity of the memorial house will be able to host virtuous students. In addition to the academy, a big part of the project will focus on the local community, thus engaging children from the region. The academy will offer children from the area the chance to access quality education and a cultural environment close to their homes.

    The Enescu House in Mihaileni will become an important point of attraction for the international community of musicians and classical music lovers. By then, the restoration process will be implemented through an educational workshop that will raise the interest for clay architecture between specialists and students. Also, the house will be refurbished to create an authentic atmosphere, as many pieces of furniture have been saved and are being restaurated.

    The Enescu Music Academy will offer the rare opportunity to learn from revered musicians and internationally respected teachers, to create a community of gifted young talents from all over the world and will provide a combination of highly intensive training courses in the beautiful, picturesque Mihaileni, where the memory of Enescu is strongly connected to the landscape and rural feeling.

    The priority now is to raise the funds needed for the restoration and re-animation of the site, so every donation is much needed and appreciated. We trust that the project will be understood in all its importance and aided to come to a near future reality.

    Filmed with DJI INSPIRE 1
    Pilot : Mani Gutau
    Camera Op : Cristi Vieriu
    Post Production : Wild Draft Studio
    Music : George Enescu conducts his Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 in A major, Op. 11 (1901) L'Orchestre des Concerts Colonne, Paris, 1951

    Lost End Found is the fourth album signed by Romanian alternative band Urma, focused on music and architecture - different ways of expression, common interests created to delight the heart.
    Built entirely under the slogan no compromises over the last five years, the new album is offered to the public in a collector's limited edition, a 120-page photographic journal presenting special moments captured during Urma’s live performances in Bucharest, Budapest, Paris, Berlin, London or Freiburg, by band photographer Radu Dumitrescu, who accompanied step by step the group of musicians during their musical journey entitled LOST END FOUND”.



    Offered to the public as a coffee table book, the new album features an exclusive artwork signed by Cristian Ioan Gutau / Cignature, a beautiful visual story presenting priceless monuments included the Romanian architectural & cultural heritage, like The Mincu House / Bucharest, The Matache Market Hall / Bucharest, Sinagogue / Timisoara, Casino / Constanta or The Water Plant / Suceava.

    Stage two of Lost End Found project is to capture aerial footage of amazing architectural & cultural Romanian heritage, using a professional unmanned aerial vehicle.

    A project signed by Coockoo Foundation
    with the support of

    Pro Patrimonio Foundation
    Chamber of Romanian Architects
    BMW Group Romania

    for more informations please visit:


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  • The Central University Library of Bucharest

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    The Central University Library of Bucharest was founded in 1895. It was built on land bought by King Carol I of Romania for the Carol I University Foundation and designed by French architect Paul Gottereau. The building was completed in 1893 and opened on 14 March 1895.

    It began with an initial stock of 3,400 volumes of books and periodicals. The collection grew to 7,264 volumes in 1899, 31,080 volumes in 1914, and 91,000 volumes in 1944. In 1949 (after its reorganization on 12 July 1948 as the Central Library of Bucharest University), the collection contained 516,916 volumes; in 1960, about a million; and over 2 million in 1970. During the Romanian Revolution of 1989, a fire was started in the building and over 500,000 books, along with 3,700 manuscripts, were burnt. Starting in April 1990, the building was repaired and modernized, being reopened on 20 November 2001.

    All according to Wikipedia.

    Music: F. Chopin - Etude Op.25 No.1 - Aeolian Harp

  • Being a Narrator...

    7:37

    Hans Hotter sings as Narrator in Schoenberg Gurrelieder.
    (Deutsches Sinfonie-Orchester Berlin, Riccardo Chailly, 1990)

    Fotos: Endagered architecture at George Enescu National Museum, Bucharest; Niki de Saint Phalle Tarot Garden, Tuscany, © Victor Eskenasy, 2013)

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  • Architecture Rocks

    3:23

    Who are the new breed of archi-bands to follow in the footsteps of the great British rock acts that have arisen from the world of architecture?

    Watch a video of the final and winners the Bootleg Lilos

  • My FIRST IMPRESSIONS on ROMANIA 🇷🇴 🇮🇹

    9:14

    Buna :) Vi consiglio di guardarlo in HD e possibilmente non gli auricolari, perché purtroppo non ho un microfono a disposizione e l'audio è quello che è. Ci si sentirà nelle prossime settimane con nuovi video in giro per la Romania quindi STAY TUNED!

  • Mandinga - Arquitectura

    3:57

    Official video of Mandinga playing Arquitectura
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    Lyrics:

    Tu no me llamas por telefono
    No me digas que me amas
    Que hago yo con las ganas
    Dimelo

    Azul, el cielo no lo veo, no
    Sabes, extraño tu cara
    No hay sol sin tu cama
    No, no, no

    Sentir
    Este amor
    Me va matar
    En slow motion

    Tu arquitectura
    Ay dios mio que locura
    Hay que vivir en el momento
    Cuando te mueves lento

    Vengo derrumbando las barreras
    Que te tienen prisonera
    Y construir
    Un camino que me lleve al fin
    Hacia ti
    Se queda asi tu arquitectura
    Pero cambiamos la estructura de tu corazón
    Estoy perdiendo la razón
    Y se
    Sentir este amor es tortura
    La tentacion es muy dura

    Pero miro tu cuerpo
    Y deseo

    Tu arquitectura
    Ay dios mio que locura
    Hay que vivir en el momento
    Cuando te mueves lento

    Ay ay ay
    Ay ay ay
    Tu arquitectura
    Ay ay ay
    Ay ay ay
    Que locura

    Sentir este amor me va a matar
    en slow motion
    Sentir este amor, me quema
    Por dentro

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  • Baalbeck - the city of the sun . Part 1

    8:11

    Cities in Lebanon Baalbeck (Heliopolis) City's Ball in Phoenician. One of the largest sanctuaries in the Romanian period. Contains teplele Jupiter, Venus, Bacchus. The largest temple of Jupiter was-Ball. He had 54 columns. Each column weighed 60 t. The columns have a height of 19 m. High court has 6 columns of 20 m height. Walls built of monoliths of 300 t. There is a monolith of 1,000 t (question - what Crane was taken then?)

  • 3d Architectural Assignment.mp4

    2:53

    3d Architectural Assignmentmixed with a bit of Transformers

  • We are the new Byzantium

    8:09

    Byzantine chant, monophonic, or unison, liturgical chant of the Greek Orthodox church during the Byzantine Empire (330–1453) and down to the 16th century; in modern Greece the term refers to ecclesiastical music of any period.

  • Inside A New Romanian House

    12:24

    Calienii Noi, Vrancea, Romania, June 2018

  • Through the Lens - Photography exhibition by Ken Catalin Chirica

    3:37

    Between February 4th - March 10th, 2019, Vitallina Preventive & Integrative Care (4176 W Montrose, Chicago, Illinois 60641) is hosting an architecture and landscape photography exhibition by Romanian-born Chicago photographer Ken Cătălin Chirica.
    The grand opening took place on Friday, February 15th, having more than 75 people in attendance, including Mr. Tiberiu Trifan, the Consul General of Romania in Chicago.
    Photography, videos and montage: © Marian Petruta

  • Jean Moscopol_-_Mânâ Birjar

    3:23

  • Music Love♫ Wonderful Relax: The land of Romania is famous for many reasons

    12:25

    The land of Romania is famous for many reasons -- it's vampires including the world renowned Dracula, to it's Communist dictatorial days under Ceausescu -- not to mention Turkish Ottoman rule of the principalities of Wallachia and Moldovia. Today it is a blend of the medieval Europe striving towards modernity as one of the newest member of the European Community. This is a land to be seen as it is today. Romania offers a lot in architecture, culture, people and scenic grandeur.
    A relaxation technique (also known as relaxation training) is any method, ... others, may do best by walking or performing yoga techniques that are focused on strength. ... At least one study has suggested that listening to certain types of music, ..
    Discovery life , Our mission is to assemble and share knowledge in order to improve education, health,agriculture, economic development, and conservation throughout the world.

  • Lost End Found - The Cantacuzino Palace / Floresti, Prahova County

    2:34

    The Cantacuzino Palace (PH-II-m-A-16490.02), Floresti, Prahova County

    Gheorghe Grigore Cantacuzino, also nicknamed the ‘Nabob’, an extremely influential political figure at the turn of the 19th century commissioned a residence on his vast estate on the bank of the Prahova River, between 1911 and 1913. The palace was designed by the architect Ion Berindei who was inspired by the Petit Trianon from France. Work on the building site was stopped on the landowner’s death. The two world wars and several earthquakes have ruined the place, of which only the exterior walls have stood. Now the owners started to do some emergency and conservation work, being helped by a French stoneworker.


    Filmed with DJI INSPIRE 1
    Pilot : Mani Gutau
    Camera Op : Cristi Vieriu
    Post Production : Wild Draft Studio
    Music by Urma - Ana ( single included on the album Lost End Found)


    Lost End Found is the fourth album signed by Romanian alternative band Urma, focused on music and architecture - different ways of expression, common interests created to delight the heart.
    Built entirely under the slogan no compromise over the last five years, the new album is offered to the public in a collector's limited edition, a 120-page photographic journal presenting special moments captured during Urma’s live performances in Bucharest, Budapest, Paris, Berlin, London or Freiburg, by band photographer Radu Dumitrescu, who accompanied step by step the group of musicians during their musical journey entitled LOST END FOUND”.



    Offered to the public as a coffee table book, the new album features an exclusive artwork signed by Cristian Ioan Gutau / Cignature, a beautiful visual story presenting priceless monuments included the Romanian architectural & cultural heritage, like The Mincu House / Bucharest, The Matache Market Hall / Bucharest, Sinagogue / Timisoara, Casino / Constanta or The Water Plant / Suceava.

    Stage two of Lost End Found project is to capture aerial footage of amazing architectural & cultural Romanian heritage, using a professional unmanned aerial vehicle.

    A project signed by Coockoo Foundation
    with the support of

    Pro Patrimonio Foundation
    Chamber of Romanian Architects
    BMW Group Romania

    for more informations please visit:


  • Violent Chapter live @ Ageless, Bucharest, Romania 11.04.2013

    4:55

    video by XtiAnA

  • The Palace of the Parliament

    8:34

    Bucharest Subway
    Europe Romania Bucharest The Palace of the Parliament

    The Palace is the world's largest civilian administrative building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest building.
    Nicolae Ceauşescu named it the House of the Republic (Casa Republicii), but many Romanians call it the People's House (Casa Poporului)
    The Palace measures 270 m (890 ft) by 240 m (790 ft), 86 m (282 ft) high, and 92 m (302 ft) underground. It has 1,100 rooms, 2 underground parking garages and is 12 stories tall, with four underground levels currently available for the general public and in use, and another four in different stages of completion.

    The structure combines elements and motifs from multiple sources, in an eclectic neoclassical architectural style. The building is constructed almost entirely of materials of Romanian origin. Estimates of the materials used include one million cubic meters of marble from Transylvania, most from Ruşchiţa; 3,500 tonnes of crystal — 480 chandeliers, 1,409 ceiling lights and mirrors were manufactured; 700,000 tonnes of steel and bronze for monumental doors and windows, chandeliers and capitals; 900,000 m2 (9,700,000 sq ft) of wood, over 95% of which is domestic, for parquet and wainscoting, including walnut, oak, sweet cherry, elm, sycamore maple; 200,000 m2 (2,200,000 sq ft) of woolen carpets of various dimensions, the larger of which were woven on-site by machines moved into the building; velvet and brocade curtains adorned with embroideries and passementeries in silver and gold

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  • OHAD FISHOF / A LECTURE ON ARCHITECTURE

    1:07

    Using live electronics, text and still images, A Lecture on Architecture is set as a poetic junction connecting sound, architecture and science fiction. Conceived in collaboration with Israel Architecture Archive and constructed around a projected collage of images of futurist Israeli architecture from the 60's and 70's, it uses the marriage of sound and vision in its most basic form to create an audio-visual meditation on the nature of memory and fantasy and the relation between them.

    premiered May 2012 at The Center for Contemporary Art (Tel-Aviv)

    Length:28 min

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  • Romanian Overture

    8:36

    Romanian Overture - Thomas Doss
    Horseheads High School Wind Ensemble
    Art Carichner, conductor

  • Give Me Jesus- Hairston - Banqueting House - London

    3:11

    Michigan Youth Choir Tour of England and Scotland 2012 from Walled Lake Western High School. Performance at the Royal Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, England on April 5, 2012. Greg Cleveland, conducting.

    The Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, is the grandest and best known survivor of the architectural genre of banqueting house, and the only remaining component of the Palace of Whitehall. The building is important in the history of English architecture as the first building to be completed in the neo-classical style which was to transform English architecture.

  • Romanian Overture by Thomas Doss

    8:32

    MMEA All-State Symphonic Band 2013 @ Duluth, MN conducted by James Spinazzola, Director of Orchestras at Cornell University

  • The Gypsy

    3:30

    Provided to YouTube by Fandalism

    The Gypsy · Gothic Architecture

    Abstractions

    ℗ 873533 Records DK

    Released on: 2017-02-28

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Lauda Mielului Romanian Mens Choir - Europe Mission 2006

    3:16

    Lauda Mielului Romanian Men's Choir - Europe Mission 2006

  • Markus Schulz & Tom Boxer - Bine Facut | Official Music Video

    3:06

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    Last month, Markus Schulz transported us to South Beach’s sexy “Bayfront (Miami)”. For February’s installment of Schulz’s ambitious “City Series” concept, he teams up with Tom Boxer to descend upon a city rich in art, architecture, and culture. This time, the Romanian capital of Bucharest is under focus, with its track titled “Bine Facut” which translates to ‘well done’.

    As one of the phoenix cities of the dance music industry, “Bine Facut (Bucharest)” explores its deep historical heritage. Teaming up with well-respected Romanian producer, Tom Boxer, the single combines an interestingly brooding melody with sinister basslines for a maximum dancefloor effect.

    A recent stay in the Romanian capital for America's Best DJ 2014, Markus Schulz, coincided with the country's recent presidential elections, sparking scenes of jubilation amongst the residents. Whilst walking the streets and soaking up the feelings of hope and desire for strong bonds and relations, the events acted as an inspirational catalyst for Markus; sensing an emotion of achievement and accomplishment by the natives, an aspect he felt important to spread to a worldwide audience through his musical vision. Some 24 hours later, he found himself in the studio with Boxer procuring a sound profound enough to encapsulate the country's developments, intertwined with memorable gigs throughout the years.

    “Bine Facut (Bucharest)” follows the first release from the “City Series,” entitled “Bayfront (Miami).” For the past eight years Markus has created a mix compilation and dedicated it to one city that inspired him that year. He mixes things up this year with his “City Series” which will see a new track each month that’s dedicated to a city that he’ll be playing at during that month. Schulz will record elements of the live show and utilize sounds of the venue to complete the forthcoming compilation titled Markus Schulz- World Tour 2015.

    Stay tuned for more “City Series” release announcements and information on Markus’ upcoming tour dates, both solo and as New World Punx (w/ Ferry Corsten).

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    Official music video by Markus Schulz & Tom Boxer performing Bine Facut (Bucharest). (C) 2015

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  • Dancing to Periniţa

    2:02

    Crazy timelapse made out of 1400 photos.

  • URMA - Selfish / MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics // Live at Cinema Patria

    4:51

    Recorded live on May 10, 2013 at Cinema Patria, Bucharest.
    Live Sound provided by Live Pro / The Backline Shop
    Light Design by Daniel Klinger
    Live Video Production by George Bucur
    Offline video editing by Cristi Vieriu
    Mixed & Mastered by Victor Mihailescu, Infinity Studio

    Mani Gutau - words & guitar
    Dominic Csergo - drums
    Jimmy Cserkesz - guitar
    Sorin Erhan - bass
    Luis Palomino - saxophone & flute
    Sebastian Burneci - trumpet
    Catrinel Bejenariu - words

    Conducting & Arrangements - Simona Strungaru

    Violins
    Cezar Mihalache
    Tiberiu Branga
    Iuliana Ghiduc
    Cristina Bazgan
    Madalina Cioran
    Ana Ungureanu
    Monica Calofir
    Roxana Cioran
    Monica Bustean
    Viorel Bustean

    Violas
    Monica Goicea
    Iulia Raileanu
    Laura Zecheru

    Cellos
    Corina Ciuplea
    Eduard Zecheru
    Andrei Nitescu

    Double Bass
    Marius Baran
    Alexandru Bogdan Merca

    Harp
    Miruna Vidican

    Piano
    Simona Strungaru

    Selfish is a single included on the album Lost End Found, the fourth album signed by Romanian alternative band Urma, focused on music and architecture - different ways of expression, common interests created to delight the heart.
    Built entirely under the slogan no compromise over the last five years, the new album is offered to the public in a collector's limited edition, a 120-page photographic journal presenting special moments captured during Urma’s live performances in Bucharest, Budapest, Paris, Berlin, London or Freiburg, by band photographer Radu Dumitrescu, who accompanied step by step the group of musicians during their musical journey entitled LOST END FOUND”.



    Offered to the public as a coffee table book, the new album features an exclusive artwork signed by Cristian Ioan Gutau / Cignature, a beautiful visual story presenting priceless monuments included the Romanian architectural & cultural heritage, like The Mincu House / Bucharest, The Matache Market Hall / Bucharest, Sinagogue / Timisoara, Casino / Constanta or The Water Plant / Suceava.


  • experimental violin.mp4

    2:57

    A new type of violin based on contemporary design paradigms.
    Inspired by harmonographically generated shapes and organic architecture, this wooden prototype will also be created using other materials like carbon composites and ceramics. The following generation will have 2 or 3 way resonators (separate resonators for each frequency range.

  • Chill Out with Romanian Nature

    3:58

    This video shows an amazing way to chill out with this beautiful view.
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  • URMA - Slide / MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics // Live at Cinema Patria

    5:25

    URMA MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics
    Recorded live on May 10, 2013 at Cinema Patria, Bucharest
    Live Sound provided by Live Pro / The Backline Shop
    Light Design by Daniel Klinger
    Live Video Production by George Bucur
    Offline video editing by Costin Iatan
    Mixed by Victor Mihailescu & Simona Strungaru, Infinity Studio
    Mastered by Victor Mihailescu, Infinity Studio

    Mani Gutau - words & guitar
    Dominic Csergo - drums
    Jimmy Cserkesz - guitar
    Sorin Erhan - bass
    Luis Palomino - saxophone & flute
    Sebastian Burneci - trumpet

    Conducting & Arrangements - Simona Strungaru

    Violins
    Cezar Mihalache
    Tiberiu Branga
    Iuliana Ghiduc
    Cristina Bazgan
    Madalina Cioran
    Ana Ungureanu
    Monica Calofir
    Roxana Cioran
    Monica Bustean
    Viorel Bustean

    Violas
    Monica Goicea
    Iulia Raileanu
    Laura Zecheru

    Cellos
    Corina Ciuplea
    Eduard Zecheru
    Andrei Nitescu

    Double Bass
    Marius Baran
    Alexandru Bogdan Merca

    Harp
    Miruna Vidican

    Piano
    Simona Strungaru

    The first band's collaboration with an orchestra was dedicated to Tasuleasa Social, more info at

    The Patria Cinema, located at 12-14 Bulevardul Magheru, is among the best-known movie theatres in Bucharest, Romania. It is housed in Horia Creangă's modernist 10-story ARO building (named after the insurance firm that had it built), designed in 1929 and completed in 1931, and it was chosen by the band for their first MTV unplugged performance, as a tribute to their fourth album, ''LOST END FOUND'', focused on music and architecture - different ways of expression, common interests created to delight the heart.

    Offered to the public as a coffee table book, the new album features an exclusive artwork signed by Cristian Ioan Gutau / Cignature, a beautiful visual story presenting priceless monuments included the Romanian architectural & cultural heritage, like The Mincu House / Bucharest, The Matache Market Hall / Bucharest, Sinagogue / Timisoara, Casino / Constanta or The Water Plant / Suceava.

  • Interior Architecture and Design Portfolio UK

    13:08

    Taking you guys through my interior architecture and design portfolio for university in London, UK!

    I applied to:
    University of Westminster Interior Architecture (conditional offer)
    Middlesex University Interior Architecture (conditional offer)
    Middlesex University Interior Design (conditional offer)
    London Metropolitan University Architecture and Interior Design Extended Degree (conditional offer)
    University of the Arts London Interior Design

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  • URMA - In Your Arms / MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics // Live at Cinema Patria

    3:30

    URMA MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics
    Recorded live on May 10, 2013 at Cinema Patria, Bucharest
    Live Sound provided by Live Pro / The Backline Shop
    Light Design by Daniel Klinger
    Live Video Production by George Bucur
    Offline video editing by Costin Iatan
    Mixed by Victor Mihailescu & Simona Strungaru, Infinity Studio
    Mastered by Victor Mihailescu, Infinity Studio

    Mani Gutau - words & guitar
    Dominic Csergo - drums
    Jimmy Cserkesz - guitar
    Sorin Erhan - bass
    Luis Palomino - saxophone & flute
    Sebastian Burneci - trumpet

    Conducting & Arrangements - Simona Strungaru

    Violins
    Cezar Mihalache
    Tiberiu Branga
    Iuliana Ghiduc
    Cristina Bazgan
    Madalina Cioran
    Ana Ungureanu
    Monica Calofir
    Roxana Cioran
    Monica Bustean
    Viorel Bustean

    Violas
    Monica Goicea
    Iulia Raileanu
    Laura Zecheru

    Cellos
    Corina Ciuplea
    Eduard Zecheru
    Andrei Nitescu

    Double Bass
    Marius Baran
    Alexandru Bogdan Merca

    Harp
    Miruna Vidican

    Piano
    Simona Strungaru

    The first band's collaboration with an orchestra was dedicated to Tasuleasa Social, more info at

    The Patria Cinema, located at 12-14 Bulevardul Magheru, is among the best-known movie theatres in Bucharest, Romania. It is housed in Horia Creangă's modernist 10-story ARO building (named after the insurance firm that had it built), designed in 1929 and completed in 1931, and it was chosen by the band for their first MTV unplugged performance, as a tribute to their fourth album, ''LOST END FOUND'', focused on music and architecture - different ways of expression, common interests created to delight the heart.

    Offered to the public as a coffee table book, the new album features an exclusive artwork signed by Cristian Ioan Gutau / Cignature, a beautiful visual story presenting priceless monuments included in the Romanian architectural & cultural heritage, like The Mincu House / Bucharest, The Matache Market Hall / Bucharest, Sinagogue / Timisoara, Casino / Constanta or The Water Plant / Suceava.

  • URMA - Buy Me With A Coffee / MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics // Live at Cinema Patria

    4:40

    Recorded live on May 10, 2013 at Cinema Patria, Bucharest.
    Live Sound provided by Live Pro / The Backline Shop
    Light Design by Daniel Klinger
    Live Video Production by George Bucur
    Offline video editing by Cristi Vieriu
    Mixed & Mastered by Victor Mihailescu, Infinity Studio

    Mani Gutau - words & guitar
    Dominic Csergo - drums
    Jimmy Cserkesz - guitar
    Sorin Erhan - bass
    Luis Palomino - saxophone & flute
    Sebastian Burneci - trumpet

    Conducting & Arrangements - Simona Strungaru

    Violins
    Cezar Mihalache
    Tiberiu Branga
    Iuliana Ghiduc
    Cristina Bazgan
    Madalina Cioran
    Ana Ungureanu
    Monica Calofir
    Roxana Cioran
    Monica Bustean
    Viorel Bustean

    Violas
    Monica Goicea
    Iulia Raileanu
    Laura Zecheru

    Cellos
    Corina Ciuplea
    Eduard Zecheru
    Andrei Nitescu

    Double Bass
    Marius Baran
    Alexandru Bogdan Merca

    Harp
    Miruna Vidican

    Piano
    Simona Strungaru

    The first band's collaboration with an orchestra was dedicated to Tasuleasa Social, more info about the amazing volunteers camp at

    The Patria Cinema, located at 12-14 Bulevardul Magheru, is among the best-known movie theatres in Bucharest, Romania. It is housed in Horia Creangă's modernist 10-story ARO building (named after the insurance firm that had it built), designed in 1929 and completed in 1931, and it was chosen by the band for their first MTV unplugged performance, as a tribute to their fourth album, ''LOST END FOUND'', focused on music and architecture - different ways of expression, common interests created to delight the heart.
    Built entirely under the slogan no compromise over the last five years, the new album is offered to the public in a collector's limited edition, a 120-page photographic journal presenting special moments captured during Urma’s live performances in Bucharest, Budapest, Paris, Berlin, London or Freiburg, by band photographer Radu Dumitrescu, who accompanied step by step the group of musicians during their musical journey entitled LOST END FOUND”.



    Offered to the public as a coffee table book, the new album features an exclusive artwork signed by Cristian Ioan Gutau / Cignature, a beautiful visual story presenting priceless monuments included the Romanian architectural & cultural heritage, like The Mincu House / Bucharest, The Matache Market Hall / Bucharest, Sinagogue / Timisoara, Casino / Constanta or The Water Plant / Suceava.


  • paltic romanian song

    4:41

  • MUGUR KREISS - My drawings / Desenele mele

    3:20

    Arhitectura traditionala romaneasca din Muzeul Satului - Bucuresti, Romania
    Romanian traditional architecture in Museum of Village . Bucharest, Romania.
    Desene in creion / Pencil drawings: Mugur Kreiss, archtect & designer
    Muzica / Music: Kalman Balogh
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  • Architecture Talent Show 09 - Disk Disk

    3:51

  • The Escape from Bucharest produced by Viorel Nichols

    28:48

    Filmed at Otopeni and Baneasa airports - Bucharest By Mihaela Nazare and Elena Nazare . Photography by Mihaela Nazare ...The flight of the amazing escape was George's Idea who wanted to save someone's life in need of medical treatment in Germany ... The flight plan was written by Viorel Nichols after studying a navigation book which was a present at graduation time from my class colleague - Mihaisteanu ; The book is titled Through the air - By Air by Vasile Toma. Graduation time is not good bye ; It's time to Fly ...
    It was a 4 hours long flight with most of the time flying in the communist Sky's of two countries ; Roumania and Hungary ... The music is by Phoenix - the famous Rock Romanian Band led By Nicolae Covaci ...Negru Voda was a big hit in the seventies and it looks like it was made for the Escape from Bucharest ....cheers

  • Mircea Bodolan - Omagiu lui Brancusi

    3:01

    Muzica exceptionala, compusa si interpretata in Romania anilor 70' - 80' It was 1978 and the Romanian dictator Ceausescu backed by the Communist party were in control of the country. Artists were being prosecuted and isolated due to their unaccepted background and views.
    Amongst THEM STOOD the extremely talented musician Rodion Rosca, a pioneer in the Romanian electronic rock.
    Although he was a radio star, his debut album was NEVER released.
    He was doomed to vanish from the collective memory of his generation.
    But life goes on, and Rodion keeps his dream alive.
    He's a peculiar figure in the village he currently lives in, by his own rules, more an alien than a countryman. His place looks as if it was swept away by an earthquake. Hard to comprehend.
    Reality passes by and we enter the realm of a dreams. Real dreams, big dreams.

  • My Choice 666 - George Enescu: Romanian Rhapsody No. 2

    9:26

    The Solemn and beautiful Romanian Rhapsody No. 2 by George Enescu. We're showing photos of beautiful and historic Romania and of Romanian Folk dancers.

    George Enescu (1881 -- 1955) was a Romanian composer, violinist, pianist, conductor and teacher. He was born in the village of Liveni (later renamed George Enescu in his honor), Dorohoi County at the time, today Botoşani County. He showed musical talent from early in his childhood. A child prodigy, Enescu created his first musical composition at the age of five.

    Shortly thereafter, his father presented him to the professor and composer Eduard Caudella. At the age of seven, he entered the Vienna Conservatory, where he studied with Joseph Hellmesberger, Jr., Robert Fuchs, and Sigismund Bachrich. He graduated before his 13th birthday, earning the silver medal.

    Many of Enescu's works were influenced by Romanian folk music, his most popular compositions being the two Romanian Rhapsodies (1901--2), the opera Œdipe (1936), and the suites for orchestra. He also wrote five symphonies (two of them unfinished), a symphonic poem Vox maris, and much chamber music (three sonatas for violin and piano, two for cello and piano, a piano trio, quartets with and without piano, a wind decet (French, dixtuor), an octet for strings, a piano quintet and a chamber symphony for twelve solo instruments).

    The name of Romania (Romanian: România) comes from Romanian: român which is a derivative of the Latin: Romanus. The fact that Romanians call themselves a derivative of Romanus (Romanian: Român/Rumân) is first mentioned in the 16th century by Italian humanists travelling in Transylvania, Moldavia and Wallachia. The oldest surviving document written in the Romanian language is a 1521 letter known as Neacşu's Letter from Câmpulung.

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  • Markus Schulz & Tom Boxer - Bine Facut Bucharest

    5:47

    'Bine Facut (Bucharest)' is out now on:
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    Last month, Markus Schulz transported us to South Beach’s sexy “Bayfront (Miami)”. For February’s installment of Schulz’s ambitious “City Series” concept, he teams up with Tom Boxer to descend upon a city rich in art, architecture, and culture. This time, the Romanian capital of Bucharest is under focus, with its track titled “Bine Facut” which translates to ‘well done’.

    As one of the phoenix cities of the dance music industry, “Bine Facut (Bucharest)” explores its deep historical heritage. Teaming up with well-respected Romanian producer, Tom Boxer, the single combines an interestingly brooding melody with sinister basslines for a maximum dancefloor effect.

    A recent stay in the Romanian capital for America's Best DJ 2014, Markus Schulz, coincided with the country's recent presidential elections, sparking scenes of jubilation amongst the residents. Whilst walking the streets and soaking up the feelings of hope and desire for strong bonds and relations, the events acted as an inspirational catalyst for Markus; sensing an emotion of achievement and accomplishment by the natives, an aspect he felt important to spread to a worldwide audience through his musical vision. Some 24 hours later, he found himself in the studio with Boxer procuring a sound profound enough to encapsulate the country's developments, intertwined with memorable gigs throughout the years.

    “Bine Facut (Bucharest)” follows the first release from the “City Series,” entitled “Bayfront (Miami).” For the past eight years Markus has created a mix compilation and dedicated it to one city that inspired him that year. He mixes things up this year with his “City Series” which will see a new track each month that’s dedicated to a city that he’ll be playing at during that month. Schulz will record elements of the live show and utilize sounds of the venue to complete the forthcoming compilation titled Markus Schulz- World Tour 2015.

    Stay tuned for more “City Series” release announcements and information on Markus’ upcoming tour dates, both solo and as New World Punx (w/ Ferry Corsten).

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  • URMA - This Time / MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics // Live at Cinema Patria

    7:35

    URMA MTV Unplugged ft. Simona Strungaru Symphonics
    Recorded live on May 10, 2013 at Cinema Patria, Bucharest
    Live Sound provided by Live Pro / The Backline Shop
    Light Design by Daniel Klinger
    Live Video Production by George Bucur
    Offline video editing by Costin Iatan
    Mixed by Victor Mihailescu & Simona Strungaru, Infinity Studio
    Mastered by Victor Mihailescu, Infinity Studio

    Mani Gutau - words & guitar
    Dominic Csergo - drums
    Jimmy Cserkesz - guitar
    Sorin Erhan - bass
    Luis Palomino - saxophone & flute
    Sebastian Burneci - trumpet

    Conducting & Arrangements - Simona Strungaru

    Violins
    Cezar Mihalache
    Tiberiu Branga
    Iuliana Ghiduc
    Cristina Bazgan
    Madalina Cioran
    Ana Ungureanu
    Monica Calofir
    Roxana Cioran
    Monica Bustean
    Viorel Bustean

    Violas
    Monica Goicea
    Iulia Raileanu
    Laura Zecheru

    Cellos
    Corina Ciuplea
    Eduard Zecheru
    Andrei Nitescu

    Double Bass
    Marius Baran
    Alexandru Bogdan Merca

    Harp
    Miruna Vidican

    Piano
    Simona Strungaru

    The first band's collaboration with an orchestra was dedicated to Tasuleasa Social, more info at

    The Patria Cinema, located at 12-14 Bulevardul Magheru, is among the best-known movie theatres in Bucharest, Romania. It is housed in Horia Creangă's modernist 10-story ARO building (named after the insurance firm that had it built), designed in 1929 and completed in 1931, and it was chosen by the band for their first MTV unplugged performance, as a tribute to their fourth album, ''LOST END FOUND'', focused on music and architecture - different ways of expression, common interests created to delight the heart.

    Offered to the public as a coffee table book, the new album features an exclusive artwork signed by Cristian Ioan Gutau / Cignature, a beautiful visual story presenting priceless monuments included in the Romanian architectural & cultural heritage, like The Mincu House / Bucharest, The Matache Market Hall / Bucharest, Sinagogue / Timisoara, Casino / Constanta or The Water Plant / Suceava.

  • Francis Poulenc - Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël

    11:23

    The Quatre Motets pour un temps de Noel (1952) are representative of the pious Poulenc -- the composer who left behind his wit, sarcasm and es Six-inspired aesthetic to give sincere voice to his own Catholic faith; they were also some of Poulenc's favorite choral pieces. Written as counterparts to the earlier Quatre Motets pour un temps de Penitence (1939), which were quite solemn in tone, the Christmas motets are of a gentler nature, both musically and thematically. They are light in texture and exude a sense of joyful serenity.

    Poulenc began these short motets for four-part mixed chorus in November 1951, completing them the following May. Composition took place in Paris, at Provence, and at Poulenc's home, in Noizay. Poulenc was writing with a newfound confidence at the time: having felt himself to be in the creative doldrums, he had reawakened his senses with the 12-part Stabat Mater (also 1951), which he felt to be entirely satisfactory; the Christmas motets, while much smaller in scope and resources, exhibit the same sense of assurance. The Quatre Motets pour un temps de Noel also reflect Poulenc's love of religious paintings and architecture through subtle musical/visual imagery. The composer often studied religious art, and he kept a picture of a Romanesque cathedral bathed in sunlight on his mantelpiece.

    The first motet, O magnum mysterium (O great mystery), announces the coming of the Baby Jesus, and praises the Virgin Mary; it superimposes a crystalline soprano melody over the hushed accompaniment of the lower three voices.

    (03:39) Quem vidistis pastores dicite (Shepherds, tell whom you saw), the second motet, takes its text from the Christmas Matins service. As a choros Angelorum (chorus of angels), the soprano, alto, and tenor play off the bass voice extensively in this painstaking word-by-word setting. A fortissimo unison on the word Dicite (tell!) heightens the theatricality of the scene.

    (05:50) Videntes stellam (Seeing a Star), the third motet, also makes extensive use of the upper three voices alone to create an airy, suitably celestial texture. The textual entrance of the Magi and their gifts of gold and myrrh ushers in a more complex chromatic texture.

    (09:02) The final motet, Hodie, Christus natus est (Today, Christ is Born), is the most exuberant and florid; Poulenc's celebrated sense of humor is evident in the kiss given in the final chord.

    (AllMusic)

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  • Romanian traditional dance from Maramureș at Caru cu Bere

    1:01

    Caru' cu Bere, a true living legend and also one of the oldest beerhouse in Bucharest, was opened for the first time in 1879 in the old Zlatari inn and, after 20 years it moved to Stavropoleos Street, where it can be found even today. Nicolae Mircea along with his family, originary from Medias, had a major role in Caru' cu Bere history. He managed along the years to make of Caru' cu Bere one of the most appreciated divertisment places from Bucharest.

    The beerhouse from Stavropoleos Street is a traditional place, where each object has its own story. It is one of the few places in Bucharest where it seems that nothing has changed, and the architecture reminds, to the ones who step into, why Bucharest was once considered to be the little Paris. The mural paintings, the stained glasses and the carved cross-beams are distinctive elements of the beerhouse. The old time party spirit is still present in these days, the atmosphere reminding of Bucharest's exuberance from the XXth century beginnings. The place's symbol is Old Ghita, whose silhouette guards even today the right cross-beam. Old Ghita, the cellar man, worked some dozens of years within Caru cu Bere, moving up and down the stairs to the cellar cram-full with wine and beer barrels together with its unseparable lantern.

    The pub's party atmosphere attracted along the years many important personalities. One of the most faithful clients of „ Neculai Mircea's beerhouse, as his Transylvanian fellows used to call him, was George Cosbuc or uncle Gheorghe for the close ones, who felt like home in Neculai's beerhouse. Uncle George often met with Octavian Goga, I.L.Caragiale, Iancu Brezeanu and other friends in Caru' cu Bere.

    Along with the beer made after a secret original recipe, Caru' cu bere is also famous for the tastiest culinary recipes. For a long time house specialty was considered to be hot dogs with horseraddish, of wich tonnes were consumed every day, and for the gratered horseraddish many waiters generations wiped. The Frankfurters, boeuf salad, black radish and olives offered for free along with the wine bottle created for many people a pleasant addiction. But no one complained, on the contrary!

    Nowadays Caru cu Bere has the goal to revive a tradition. Moreover, what will happen in here it shall be a part of an ample activity of promoting a real beer culture. Upstairs, in the beerhouse, the unique recipe of the house' beer, along with a little diversified menu with specific food, shall remind of the old time taste. The old wine cellar shall be available for those ones who want to prepare more solid for a night at the Caru cu Bere. Also in here there can be seen objects from all over related to the beer spirit. And also in here the spirit of the beer itself shall be found.

  • an Architect Beat-Box

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  • Beautiful Autumn Transilvania, Dimitru Farcas - Ciobanelul

    2:00

    Landscape between Cluj-Napoca and Oradea, October 08

    Instrumental - Dimitru Farcas, Ciobanelul

  • The Architects Of Time - - - Bermuda

    4:37

    Image SOLITUDE By Fairydancer

  • Romanian Testing Conference 2016

    7:08

    Cea mai mare conferință din România dedicată software testing-ului s-a desfășurat la Cluj-Napoca, în luna mai a acestui an.

    RTC 2016 este un eveniment al companiei RTC QA Consulting și este organizat în colaborare cu Bigtime Production.

    Partener de comunicare Necktie Agency.





  • Sanie cu zurgălăi - Carassauga Fest 2016 - Romanian Pavilion

    2:03

    Created in 1937 by Richard Stein for Romanian-born interwar sensation Maria Tănase, this is a popular tune claimed by many famous musicians in Europe and the US.
    –Original Romanian Lyrics by Liviu Deleanu–

  • Tara - Missing you

    3:40

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