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Anda Calugareanu


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Anda Călugăreanu ( born October 24, 1946 in Bucharest - died at August 15, 1992) was a Romanian actress and pop/ folk music singer. Her real name was Anca Miranda Călugăreanu.
She started to sing in 1965, within the band Sincron, in Bucharest.
She also had singing collaborations with “Cenaclul Flacara”, for several years.
She was for a long time member of a trio with the actors Dan Tufaru (who was also her first husband) and Florian Pittiș, a famous trio for their musical moments at the Romanian Television for a long period. Similar success she had with musical duo with the actor Toma Caragiu.

Due to long collaboration to Florian Pittiș, she became fond to folk music genre, and thus she had an LP (1987) from the record company Electrecord, with music composed by Nicu Alifantis.

She also (as an actress) had roles in some movies, amongst which are Maria Mirabela (1981) and Maria Mirabela in Tranzistoria (1989) where she was the singing voice of the cartoon character Oache (the kindly musical talented frog).

She also was awarded on some musical festivals in Romania (the interpretation award at the Mamaia Festival in 1972, or a special mention award at “Cerbul de aur” (The golden stag) Festival at Brașov, in 1969).

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