Liviu Dandara

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Liviu Dandara was a Romanian composer (December 3rd 1933, Miorcani- July 22nd 1991, Bucharest). After studying at the National University of Music in Bucharest, he attended the Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik, Darmstadt in 1967 and 1978 under Karlheinz Stockhausen, György Ligeti and Christoph Caskel. He had taught piano in Bucharest since 1959.

He wrote theater and film music, symphonic and vocal-sympnonic works, chamber and choral music, as well as electroacoustic music: ”Quadriforium” (1970), “Suspended Time” (1971), “Three States about Silence” – “Silence of Depth”, “Silence of Hight”, “Silence of Silence” (1972), “Affectus Memoria” (1973), “Multiversum” (1983).

See Also

Romania#Electroacoustic_music