Romanian Music

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Re: Romanian Music

Postby kotrcka » 2014-07-09, 21:27

I know that this song from Elena Gheorghe is already here, but...

you can sing along with her :-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Be9SHa0lD0
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Re: Romanian Music

Postby Elaine » 2014-07-28, 11:22

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Re: Romanian Music

Postby Fabiano » 2015-03-10, 17:13

Are there other singers like Victor Socaciu in Romania nowadays, I mean, with the same good voice?

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Re: Romanian Music

Postby Sarabi » 2016-12-27, 6:32

voron wrote:
languagepotato wrote:you have awesome music there in romania

I concur. Also, Romanian is exceptionally good for rap.


Really? I generally dislike rap, so I guess my opinion doesn't count for much, but the only language I particularly enjoy rap in is Russian. I guess I can see what you're saying since Romanian has some Slavic sounds... but I don't like Romanian rap. I found it weird that whenever I look up Romanian and French music at least half of the stuff that comes up (not including oldies/classics) is rap. Of course this displeases me because I don't care for it.

My recommendations are Lidia Buble "Mi-e bine" and AMI "Te-aștept diseară"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCL1W7YUKCI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2H73UewzlgU
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