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Paris La Madeleine

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Fănică Luca (born Ştefan Luca Iordache (1894-1968) was a Romanian musician and a pan pipe (nai or muscal in Romanian) virtuoso, who was the first to make this instrument popular outside his own country. In 1949 Fanică Luca started teaching the nai. He was the teacher of a whole generation of famous Romanian pan pipe performers, such as Damian Luca, Damian Carlanaru, Constantin Dobre, Radu Constantin, Radu Simion (his son in law), Nicolae Pîrvu and Gheorghe Zamfir. Damian Luca was the first student of Fanica Luca. He made many concert-tours in America, Japan, Egypt, the Netherlands, Germany, France, and Belgium. At the age of 17 he played in a big show in Olympia, Paris. He played in the Ed Sullivan show in New York. He played also in Carnegie-hall in New York. He lives now in Brussels and was a teacher of the pan flute on several music-schools in The Netherlands for 15 years.


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