Apart from a few years spent in Johannesburg studying music at the University of the Witwatersrand Mohapeloa spent most of his life in Morija, where he worked in the Morija Printing Works and composed and trained choirs.
Culture inside communist Romania[ edit ] University Square in Bucharest during Communism A strong editorial activity took place during the Communist regime.
With the purpose of educating the large masses of peoples, a huge number of books were published. Generally, a book was never published in an edition of less than 50, copies.
Libraries appeared in every village and almost all were kept up to date with the newest books published.
Also, due to low prices, almost everyone could afford to have their own collection of books at home. The negative part was that all the books were heavily censored.
Also, due to rationing in every aspect of life, the quality of the printing and the paper also was very low, and the books therefore degraded easily. During this period, there was a significant increase in the number of theatres, as they appeared even in the smallest towns.
Many new establishments were built and in the big cities they became important landmarks, such as the building of the National Theatre of Bucharestsituated right in the middle of the city, immediately adjacent to Romania's kilometre zero. In the smaller towns, there existed the so-called "Worker's Theatre", a semi-professional institution.
Partly due to the lack of other entertainment venues, theatre was highly popular and the number of actors increased. All of the theatres had a stable, state-funded budget. Again, however, the drawback was the heavy control imposed on them by the regime: More progressive theatres managed to survive in some remote cities that became favorite destinations for young actors, but they generally had only a local audience.
Cinemas evolved the same way as the theatres; sometimes the same establishment served both purposes. Movies were very popular, and from the s, foreign films started becoming quite widespread.
Western films, when shown, were heavily censored: Domestic or "friendly" foreign productions constituted the bulk of films in cinemas.
During this period, cinematography started to develop in Romania and the first successful short films were made based on Caragiale's plays.
Financed by the government, during the s, a whole industry developed at Bufteaa town close to Bucharestand some films, especially gangster, Western-genre and historical movies were very well received by the public.
The most prolific director was Sergiu Nicolaescuand probably the most-acclaimed actor from that period was Amza Pellea.
Romanians in exile[ edit ] A consequence of the communist attitude towards the bourgeoisie elites in general, was the creation, for the first time in Romania's history, of a diaspora. Three individuals emerged as the most important Romanians abroad: Another member of the diaspora who distinguished himself was the philosopher and logician Stephane Lupasco.
The communist rule in Romania, unlike most of the other countries of the Eastern bloc permanently repudiated the Romanians who had left their country and labelled them as traitors to the motherland. It was only after that the process of regaining the values of the diaspora and of reintegrating its personalities into this country's culture could be started seriously, a process marked in its turn by tension and disagreements.
Well-known Romanian musicians outside of Romania during this period include conductors Sergiu Celibidache —the main conductor at the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and later of Munich Philharmonic Orchestra —and Constantin Silvestrimain conductor at the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
Gheorghe Zamfir was a virtuoso of the pan pipes and made this instrument known to a modern worldwide audience, and was also a composer or interpreter for a great number of movies.
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