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Mariana Draghicescu, the Nightingale of Banat, Remembered 26 Years After Her Death

Mariana Draghicescu was a beloved Romanian folk singer from the region of Banat, who enchanted audiences with her warm voice, accurate style and beautiful costumes. She was born on September 18, 1952, in the village of Bogaltin, Cornereva, in the former Severin region (now Caras-Severin county). She started singing as a child, at the Culture House of Baile Herculane, and later became a professional artist with various orchestras and ensembles from Caransebes and Timisoara. She collected and adapted folk songs from Banat, and recorded them at Radio Timisoara, Radio Bucharest and Electrecord. She also performed in many national tours and festivals.

She died on April 3, 1997, in Toronto, Canada, at the age of 44, after a long battle with cancer. She was buried in her native village, where hundreds of people attended her funeral. Her death was mourned by her fans, colleagues and friends from the folk music world. Tiberiu Ceia, a famous singer and composer who called her "the Nightingale of Banat", said: "She was a great artist and a wonderful person. She had a unique voice and a rare sensitivity. She left us too soon, but her songs will live forever in our hearts."

After her death, several cultural associations and events were created in her memory. In 1998, the Mariana Draghicescu Cultural Association was founded in Timisoara, which organizes an annual festival-contest bearing her name. In 2009, a similar festival-contest was launched in Cornereva-Bogaltin. Her discography includes nine records and two audio tapes with 76 songs, as well as two posthumous CDs with 29 songs.

Mariana Draghicescu was one of the most representative voices of Banat's folk music, a genre that combines Romanian, Serbian, Hungarian and German influences. She sang with passion and emotion about love, nature, traditions and spirituality. Her songs are still popular among the people of Banat and beyond.

Mariana Draghicescu's songs were mostly inspired by the folk traditions of Banat, a region that has a rich and diverse cultural heritage. She sang in Romanian, but also in Serbian, Hungarian and German dialects, reflecting the multiethnic character of Banat. She also incorporated elements from other regions of Romania, such as Transylvania, Oltenia and Muntenia.

Some of her most famous songs are: "Mama cu inima buna" (Mother with a good heart), "Jos in vale la livezi" (Down in the valley at the orchards), "Cerna, Cerna apa lina" (Cerna, Cerna clear water), "Canta inima si spune" (Sing heart and tell), "Cine-o zis la cantec frate" (Who said to sing brother), "Mandra-i hora satului" (The village's dance is beautiful), "Am iubit cu adevarat" (I loved truly), "Tinerete, tinerete" (Youth, youth), and many others.

Her songs were characterized by a deep emotion, a sincere expression and a refined style. She sang with passion and grace, using her voice as an instrument of art. She also had a great sense of rhythm and melody, and a remarkable ability to improvise and ornament her songs. She was praised by critics and musicians alike for her talent and originality. a474f39169


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