Toni Iordache was a Romanian instrumentalist who became one of the country's greatest celebrities back in the 1950s and 60s, the era of the Ceausescu dictatorship. This set proves why he was so popular
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We met Iordache on the first album in the Bygone Age series, the one devoted to the violinist Ion Petre Stoican. Iordache appeared there as an accompanist and arranger. He was, however, a more famous figure in Bucharest than that provincial outsider Stoican with his violin and his spycatcher good luck. Iordache was a city native, in demand for the wedding celebrations and other festivities that supplied a lăutari musician with the most prominent portion of their income. Romica Puceanu is back after we left her at the end of Sounds from a Bygone Age Vol. 2, and we're introduced to Gabi Lunca, who, unlike Puceanu, Stoican, and Iordache, is still alive. Lunca appears on "Grea Mi-e Doamne, Inima" and "Omul Bun N'are Noroc". Her voice is higher, huskier, more girlish than Puceanu's.
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In 1985 Toni Iordache became seriously ill with diabetes. The doctors recommended to have his leg amputated, but the operation did not save his life. He died in February 1988. Dans les groupes: Les Virtuoses Roumains, Orchestra Ciocîrlia, Orchestra Gheorghe Zamfir, Orchestra Ion Onoriu, Orchestra Toni Iordache. Un Virtuose Du Cymbalum (Album). Electrecord, Electrecord. Vendre cette version. Sounds From A Bygone Age · Vo. (CD, Comp, RM). Asphalt Tango Records.
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Sounds From A Bygone Age Vo. Ion Petre Stoican featured an album from the mid-1970s of the now-deceased Romanian fiddler Stoican backed by some of Bucharest's lautari (professional musician caste, Gypsy musicians). Asphalt Tango would go on to issue "Sounds From A Bygone Age" albums by Romica Puceanu, Dona Dumitru Siminica, Toni Iordache and Gabi Luncă