Eugen Doga [ewˈd͡ʒen ˈdoɡa] (born March 1, 1937) is a Moldovan composer. He writes music in all kinds of genres and styles, which makes him one of the most prolific and versatile composers. He has his own easily recognizable style. A creator of three ballets "Luceafărul”, “Venancia”, “Queen Margot”, the opera “Dialogues of Love”, more than 100 instrumental and choral works – symphonies, 6 quartets, “Requiem”, church music, and other, plus music for 13 plays, radio shows, more than 200 movies, more than 260 songs and romances, more than 70 waltzes; he is also the author of works for children, the music for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games in 1980 in Moscow.
Moldovan (and Romanian) composer and musician Eugen Doga, born in 1937 in the village of Mocra (currently located in the northern part of the territory administered by Transnistria), is one of the country's most famous personalities in the world. After a first prepaid envelope issued in 2007 (70th anniversary of his birth) and a stamp issued in 2015 devoted to his famous waltz composed for the film "My sweet and tender beast" ("Gingaşa şi tandra mea fiară"), or "A hunting accident", regarded by UNESCO as the 4th musical masterpiece of the 20th century, the Post of Moldova has put on circulation, on 1 March 2017, a second prepaid envelope on the occasion of the 80 years of the composer. Read more..
According to a declaration by the Ministry for Information Technology and Communications of the Republic of Moldova, it is not permitted to cut stamps from items of prepaid postal stationery, and to use those stamps for the creation of maximum cards. Please read the news article here.
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