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Maria Tănase (25 September 1913 - 22 June 1963) was a Romanian singer of traditional and popular music. Born in the Bucharest suburb of Cărămidari, Maria Tănase studied at the Şcola primară nr. 11 Tăbăcari, then at Ion Heliade Rădulescu High School before dropping out. In 1934, she joined the Cărăbuş Theatre of Constantin Tănase, but she became famous only in 1938, when she made the first recordings for Romanian Radio, which were however destroyed by the anti-Semitic Iron Guard in 1940 under the pretext that they distorted Romanian folklore.

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