Dima, Gheorghe, Rumanian composer; b. Brasov, Oct. 10, 1847; d. Cluj, June 4, 1925. He was a pupil of Giehne in Karlsruhe, of Uffmann in Vienna, of Thieriot in Graz, and of Richter, Jadassohn, and Reinecke at the Leipzig Cons. He directed musical societies and church choirs in Sibiu and Brasov, and also taught music in those cities. Among his works were La Mere d’Etienne le Grand, oratorio, Voila la hora qui tourne for Chorus and Orch,, Salvum fac regem for Voices and Orch., etc.
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