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YOU CAN WATCH THIS PRESENTATION IN MUSIC HERE (You have a link on the first slide): http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1705257-acasa9/

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Romania is a country located at the intersection of Central and Southeastern Europe, bordering on the Black Sea. Romania, a beautiful country, is my HOME
The Doina is a Romanian musical tune style, possibly with Middle Eastern roots, customary in Romanian peasant music, as well as in Lăutărească. It was also adopted into Klezmer music. Similar tunes are found throughout Eastern Europe and the Balkans. The doina is a free-rhythm, highly ornamented (usually melismatic), improvisational tune. The improvisation is done on a more or less fixed pattern (usually a descending one), by stretching the notes in a rubato-like manner, according to the performer's mood and imagination. Usually the prolonged notes are the fourth or fifth above the floor note.
In 1976 Gheorge Zamfir found popular success in the English-speaking world when the BBC religious television programme The Light of Experience adopted his recording of "Doina De Jale" as its theme. Popular demand forced Epic Records to release the tune as a single and it climbed to number four in the UK charts.
In 2009 the doina has been included in the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage

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Acasa 9

  1. 1. Alba Iulia The 3rd gate of Alba Iulia fortress
  2. 2. Alba Iulia Romanian Orthodox Cathedral, early 20th century
  3. 3. Alba Iulia
  4. 4. Alba Iulia The Roman Catholic Cathedral, 13th century, tower 17th century
  5. 5. Alba Iulia The Prefecture
  6. 6. Alba Iulia
  7. 7. Alba Iulia, The Cathedral of Reunification Also known as the Cathedral of Coronation, this architectural structure is the artistic expression of the Romanian unity and was built by the act from 1918 in Alba Iulia
  8. 8. Alba Iulia The Episcopal Cathedral of Alba Iulia and the statue of Michael the Brave
  9. 9. Alba Iulia Ethnographic Exhibition in the Hall of the Union
  10. 10. Monastery “Sub Piatrã” (in Stone)
  11. 11. Sighişoara
  12. 12. Sighişoara the house where Vlad the Impaler was allegedly born
  13. 13. Sighişoara
  14. 14. Sighişoara The bell clock tower - famous landmark in Transylvania Romania
  15. 15. Sighişoara
  16. 16. Sighişoara
  17. 17. Sighişoara Sighişoara is considered to be the most beautiful and well preserved inhabited citadel in Europe, with an authentic medieval architecture
  18. 18. Biertan Fortified Church Biertan is one of the most important Saxon villages with fortified churches in Transylvania, having been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1993
  19. 19. Saxon Fortified Church of Biertan, Near Sighişoara, Transylvania, Romania. For a few hundred years, the citadel of Biertan was the residence of the Lutheran bishops Biertan Fortified Church.
  20. 20. Biertan Fortified Church
  21. 21. Biertan Fortified Church
  22. 22. Biertan Fortified Church
  23. 23. Constanţa The Casino
  24. 24. Constanţa Carol I Mosque (1912)
  25. 25. Constanţa The National History and Archaeology Museum Publius Ovidius Naso
  26. 26. The Hamangia culture is a Late Neolithic archaeological culture of Dobruja (Romania and Bulgaria) between the Danube and the Black Sea and Muntenia and in the south. It is named after the site of Baia- Hamangia, discovered in 1952 along Lake Goloviţa Constanţa The National History and Archaeology Museum
  27. 27. Constanţa Roman building with mosaic
  28. 28. Bran Castle
  29. 29. Bran Castle The castle was founded in 1378, on the top of a hill
  30. 30. Bran Castle In the past it used to be customs frontier between Romanian country and Transylvania, also having a strategic role in the supervision of the passage
  31. 31. The Peasant Fortress at Râşnov Belonging to the larger family of fortified Saxon strongholds, Rasnov is a hilltop fort, the most representative of this kind in Romania
  32. 32. The Peasant Fortress at Râşnov
  33. 33. The Peasant Fortress at Râşnov
  34. 34. Sarmisegetuza Regia The Dacians capital’s defensive system includes six Dacian fortresses — Sarmizegetusa, Costești-Blidaru, Piatra Roșie, Costeşti-Cetățuie, Căpâlna and Băniţa. All 6 have been named UNESCO World heritage sites
  35. 35. Sarmisegetuza Regia The sanctuaries at Sarmizegetusa Regia, the capital of ancient Dacia (modern Romania)
  36. 36. Sturza Castle Miclăuşeni
  37. 37. The fortified church of Viscri, a World Heritage Site. Originally built around 1100, it was taken over by the Saxons in 1185 and enlarged and fortified in 1525 and again in the 17th century
  38. 38. The fortified church of Viscri
  39. 39. The fortified church of Viscri
  40. 40. The fortified church of Viscri
  41. 41. The fortified church of Viscri
  42. 42. The fortified church of Viscri
  43. 43. The fortified church of Viscri
  44. 44. The Făgăraş Citadel (Romanian: Cetatea Făgăraşului) is a historic monument in Făgăraş, Romania
  45. 45. Sound: Gheorghe Zamfir - Doina de jale & Ciocârlia Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2013

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