George Enesco, renowned for his translations of Bach and his diverse works, was a Romanian violinist and composer. Three violin sonatas (the third in the traditional Romanian style), three piano sonatas, and two string quartets were among Enesco's chamber pieces. Three symphonies, two Romanian rhapsodies, and an overture on Romanian folk subjects were among his orchestral compositions. In his opera Oedipe, national themes are often included (1936). He became the master of the Romanian school of composers in his later years. He was also highly regarded as a violin teacher.
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