After college, he studied at the Conservatory in the class of cello (1960) and composition (1965)of Professor Solomon Lobelia. He was a member of the CPSU. Eugen Doga began his musical career as a member of the orchestra of the Moldovan National redisseminators, then taught at the College of Music in Chisinau, it was an official at the Ministry of Culture. He was elected into the legislature of Moldova and in the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Union of Composers of the USSR, and vice-president of the Composers Union of Moldova. Eugen Doga work in film music and became one of the most famous composers of movie and TV films in post-Soviet space. He started in Moldova-film studio film in 1967, signing a music comedy Wanted guard.
He wrote music to over 200 movies: “Wedding at the palace”, “Alone in the love”, “Ten winters in a summer”, “delayed explosion”, “Length of Day”, “House for Serafim”, “Fiddlers “,” Queen of the Gypsies “,” delicate and tender my beast “,” Anna Pavlova “,” Bed of Procust “etc… His music for films “Lautarii”, “O Satre urca the cer”, “Ana Pavlova”, “Gingaşa Tandra mea şi fiar” and for the ballet “Luceafărul” are immortal parts of the national cultural heritage. The significant contribution to the development of film animation in the country, making the soundtrack to the film “The Goat with Three Kids”, “Maria Mirabela” series “Guguţă” etc. He signed music performances: “Radu Stefan, the first and last”, “On one leg of plai”, “How beautiful is life”, “our youth Birds” Holy of Holies “ballets” Luceafarul “and” Venancia “S. a. Diverse spectrum of genres addressed to the composer’s interest demonstrates various ways of expression noise for different stylistic and thematic areas. His music is, in all hypostasis, exciting, vibrant and honest, she wins the listener through melodic generosity and genuine emotion they communicate. Eugen Doga holds the honorary title of People’s Artist of Moldova (1984) and the Soviet Union (1987), he won the National Prize of Moldova (1980) and the USSR (1984), Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Doctor Honoris Causa of the International Institute of Cinematography in Moscow, etc… He was awarded the Order of the Republic of Moldova (1997), the Order “Star of Romania” Medal “Mihai Eminescu” of gold “Man of the twentieth century “. Born the first day of spring, Eugen Doga is marked with the sign of the sun, heat and rebirth.
Being constantly in search of harmony between internal states and those outside it was like a lightning that comes an enormous amount of creative energy. He is always in motion. Eugen Doga considers itself born just in time and he was grateful to Providence, as for the chance to have some very good musical education, having had the opportunity to work in various areas of cultural life, know many people and enrich their life experience. Having practiced several professions, Eugen Doga decided that hypostasis which is best is that of freelance and it has been since the year 1972. Varied as colors and types, the work of Eugen Doga is distinguished by the purity and nobility, expressiveness imbued with melancholy, predisposing to reflection. It recognizes no other accompaniment than a band whose whole instrument “tells” her voice, the violins prevailing.
Moreover, the composer has a special predilection for instruments to strings whose possibilities he can fully exploit to produce effects of polyphony. In listening to his music, we travel through the universe, it seems to admire beautiful landscapes, to move in other dimensions of space and time, as his melodies are expressive. Now we can hear her play “Pîrăiaşul” ( “The Creek”) not “hear” the murmur of a brook, or the beautiful song “Codrii Moldovei” without “return” in the middle of ancient forests Moldovan. However, any melody composed by Eugen Doga is special. His song “orasul meu cel alb” ( “My White City”) has become like an anthem of the Moldovan capital.
Skaters from various countries around the world have won gold medals in the air of the waltz for the movie “Gingaşa şi Tandra fiar mea” ( “My sweet and tender beast”) that U.S. President Ronald Reagan called “waltz century “. The year 2007 has been declared in Moldova “Eugen Doga Year”, this sign of gratitude for the valuable contribution to the composer’s development of culture and music Moldovan. To mark the 70th anniversary of the composer, the mayor of the Moldovan capital named Eugen Doga “honorary citizen of the city of Chisinau. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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