Description:The greatest of Romanian musicians, George Enescu was equally remarkable as a violinist and as a composer. He contributed significantly to the development of music in his own country, although much of his activity centred on Paris, where he was a pupil of Marsick and, for composition, of Fauré and Massenet. His violin pupils include Grumiaux, Ferras, Gitlis and Menuhin.
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