Composers Corner Podcast: 06. Adrian Enescu - Short Stories

Published

April 30, 2015

One of the most important contemporary musicians from Romania, composer Adrian Enescu played a vital role in the music development of the '70s and '80s. A prolific wizard of sound, Adrian Enescu composed over the years music for ballet in Italy, China and Australia, music for theater in Romania, Holland, Belgium, Japan, Australia, Canada, Columbia and Costa Rica, music for more than 60 Romanian films. He also pioneered the local electronic scene during the 1970s-80s and has released notable albums such as 'Basorelief' and the 2 volume 'Funky Synthesizer' LP. He is the producer behind many famous Romanian pop albums and released his own music under his name and also under the Stereo moniker (together with Romanian singer Crina Mardare), being one of the first disco projects made in Romania.

'Short Stories' is a retrospective mix comprising a thoughtful selection of hard to find and - even - unreleased music of Adrian Enescu, a voyage through Carpentesque ambient and electronica, early jazz, movie scores and much more.

Tracklist

  • Concurs

    1984

  • Haiku 1

    2013

  • Faleze de Nisip

    1983

  • Întoarcerea lui Magelan

    1985

  • Scufundare

    1980

  • Umbrele Soarelui

    1986

  • Cele 12 Lumi ale Visului

    1978

  • Pas în Doi

    1986

  • Adoramus

    for flute and electronic ensemble - 2009

  • Balada

    1976

  • ElectroBlues

    1995

  • Invisible Movies

    1996

  • 10DER

    for flute and electronic ensemble - 2010

  • Sfîntul Danubiu

    1976

  • Dialog

    1983

  • Salut Lumina Vieții

    1983

  • Plopi Impari

    1983

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