Alongside Gheorghe Zamfir, Damian Luca, Constantin Oprea, and a small number of various other pan flutists, Simion Stanciu, who utilized the stage name Syrinx, was imperative to the popularizing from the pan flute in the past due 20th century. Stanciu was a virtuoso skillet flutist who also constructed and organized many parts for his device. Furthermore, he performed music from a number of genres: traditional, jazz, folk, and traditional, and also rock. Stanciu frequently appeared in collaboration with piano, electric guitar, and body organ accompaniment, and performed as soloist using the Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, I Solisti Veneti, and Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra. He also used the English rock and roll rings Yes and tthe Moody Blues. Within the traditional world Stanciu was most widely known for his shows of functions by J.S. Bach, Boccherini, Telemann, Vivaldi, Mozart, Ravel, Bartók, Villa-Lobos, among others. Stanciu produced numerous recordings, many of them obtainable from Cascavelle and Erato. Simion Stanciu was created right into a musical family members in Bucharest, Romania, on Dec 23, 1949. He originally performed the piano and afterwards the violin. At 14 he changed a lot of his concentrate to the skillet flute, known in Romania because the nai. Stanciu’s research were on the Bucharest Conservatory. In early stages Stanciu followed the name of the mythological nymph Syrinx, who was simply transformed right into a hollow reed seed that yielded musical pipes towards the god Skillet. Stanciu acquired limited career achievement in his indigenous Romania, appearing frequently in concert but producing few recordings. He toured using the Romania Folk Ballet in 1966 and 1968, producing appearances at main concert locations, including NEW YORK. Pursuing his defection towards the Western world in the 1970s, Stanciu’s profession acquired a meteoric rise. He performed over the soundtrack from the 1981 film Search for Fireplace, which highlighted a rating by Philippe Sarde. Stanciu’s 1984 Erato disk of concertos by Mozart and Quantz, as well as the J.S. Bach Badinerie (BWV 1067), was extremely acclaimed, getting reissue 2 yrs down the road Musical Heritage Culture and in 2008 on Cascavelle. Through the entire 1990s Stanciu made an appearance frequently in concert and on recordings and in 2000 he received Germany’s International ECHO Honor as best traditional musician. Among his last recordings was a 2009 Cascavelle Compact disc containing Stanciu’s personal Prière, for panpipes and body organ, in addition to functions by J.S. Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi, Franck, among others. Stanciu passed away in Geneva on July 6, 2010.
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