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Romanie Plai de Dor

Monday, 28 July, 2014

Romanian folk singer Stefan Hrusca

Stefan Hrusca is a Romanian folk singer, known widely in Romania mostly by the Christmas carols he sings. He was born in the culture and tradition of Maramures, (Romanian land, keeper of its old heritage because of its remoteness and the strong character of its people). Stefan shares his passion for music, for the Romanian language and culture and his passion for the land he comes from. He talks with us about things that matter to him, people who have shaped his artistic itinerary, and places we all long for. With Stefan were Manuela Hrib, Daniela Trandafir, Dragos Radu and his beautiful children.

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