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Anatol Vieru (Composer)

Born: 8th June 1926, Iasi, Romania

Died: 8th October 1998, Bucharest, Romania

Nationality: Romanian

Anatol Vieru was a Romanian-Jewish music theoretician, pedagogue, and composer. A pupil of Aram Khachaturian, he composed seven symphonies, eight string quartets, concertos, and chamber music. He also wrote three operas: Iona (1976), Praznicul Calicilor (1981), and Telegrame, Tema si Variatiuni (1983). He was awarded the Herder Prize in 1986.

He was the father of pianist, writer, and mathematician Andrei Vieru.

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