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Dan Spataru - Drumurile noastre: A Classic Romanian Song
Dan Spataru was a Romanian singer who achieved fame and recognition both in his country and abroad. He was born on October 2, 1939 in Aliman, ConstanÅa County and died on September 8, 2004 in Bucharest. He is the record-holder of the longest crowd applause of 16 minutes and 19 seconds, which happened in Varadero (Cuba) in 1967, at an international festival[^1^]. He was buried at Bellu Cemetery, in Bucharest, where more than 10,000 people attended his funeral[^1^].
One of his most popular songs is \"Drumurile noastre\" (Our Roads), which he composed and wrote the lyrics for. The song was released in 1985 and became a hit among Romanians of all ages. The song talks about the separation of two lovers who have different paths in life, but who still hope to meet again someday. The song expresses a sense of nostalgia, optimism and good humor, despite the sad theme. The song has been covered by many other artists and has been used in various occasions, such as weddings, parties and TV shows.
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Dan Spataru started his singing career in 1966, at the \"Student's House\". He wrote his first hit in 1984, \"Drumurile noastre\" (Our Roads). Subsequently, he became famous in Romania with other songs, such as: \"De vrei sÄ Ètii ce ÃnseamnÄ roman\" (If you want to know what it means to be Romanian), \"Dragu miâi de Èara mea\" (I love my country), \"Drum bun\" (Farewell), \"Ãn rÃndul patru\" (In the fourth row), \"Oare, oare\" (I wonder, I wonder), \"MÄicuÈÄ, ÃÈi mulÈumesc\" (Dear Mother, thank you), \"Nimic nu e prea mult\" (Nothing is too much), \"Nu vreau sÄ plÃngi\" (I don't want you to cry), \"Prietene\" (Friend), \"SÄ cÃntÄm, chitara mea\" (Let's sing, my guitar), \"Spune-mi, mama ce mai face\" (Tell me, mother how is he doing), \"Spune-mi unde, spune-mi cine\" (Tell me where, tell me who), \"ÈÄrÄncuÈÄ, ÈÄrÄncuÈÄ\" (Little peasant girl, little peasant girl), \"Te-am iubit, Mario\" (I loved you, Mario), \"Te-aÈteaptÄ un om\" (Someone is waiting for you), \"Nu m-am gÃndit la despÄrÈire\" (I never thought of breaking up), \"Mai trece o zi\" (Another day goes by), \"Èi ce dacÄ trece vremea\" (So what if time passes by), \"Trecea fanfara militarÄ\" (The military band was passing by), \"Cine te-a iubit\" (Who loved you) and many more.
Dan Spataru was a student of Camelia DÄscÄlescu, who discovered his talent and taught him the first musical pieces. He also collaborated with Temistocle Popa, who composed most of his songs. He participated in many national and international festivals and concerts, where he received awards and recognition. He was a personality of the Romanian musical world who resisted time. Dan Spataru knew how to respect his audience by his elegant appearance that he always had, regardless of circumstances.
Dan Spataru was married to Sida, whom he met at the \"Fantasio Theater\" in ConstanÈa in 1972. They had a daughter, Dana. He was a devoted family man and a model father. He died of a heart attack on the morning of September 8, 2004. He was buried at Bellu Cemetery in Bucharest, where more than ten thousand people attended his funeral.
If you want to learn more about Dan Spataru and his music, you can visit his official website or his discography page on Discogs. You can also watch some of his performances on YouTube or listen to his songs on Spotify or Apple Music.
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