București, Romania (1942 – 2008)
The Romanian-French composer Horațiu Rădulescu (born 7 Jan 1942 in Bucharest, died 25 Sept 2008 in Paris) is best known for the spectral technique of composition which he developed since the late 1960s.
He studied the violin privately with Nina Alexandrescu, a pupil of George Enescu, and later studied composition at the Bucharest Academy of Music (MA 1969), where his teachers included Niculescu, Tiberiu Olah and Aurel Stroe, some of the leading figures of the newly emerging avant garde. Upon… read more
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