He was married to Mara Ianoli.
✰ March 25, 1920, Bucharest
† November 12, 2000, Bucharest
During WWII he used to sign his compositions under alias E. Ciru, forced by his hebrew origins.
He studied at the Conservatory of Bucharest. He was conductor at the "Baraseum" (1942-1944), "Gioconda" (1944-1948) theatres, musical director and conductor at the ''Teatrul de Revista Bucharest'' (1950-1958).
He wrote operettas and musicals, and is the author over 200 songs, out of which 150 entered the Radio's sound archives, and dozens of them became hits.
He was a recipient of the State Prize (1953), and was awarded the distinction of Artist Emeritus (1962).
His compositions also won numerous prizes, such as the National Music Awards Festival Mamaia (1963, 1964, 1969, 1971), the Union of Composers and Musicologists Awards in Romania (1971, 1977, 1978 ), Union of Composers Festival Prize "Golden Chrysanthemum", Targoviste, 1980.
Henri Mălineanu Discography Tracks
|EDD 1274||H. Mălineanu*||Melodii De H. Mălineanu (LP, Mono)||Electrecord||EDD 1274||Romania||1971||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|EDC 136||H. Mălineanu* – Jack Fulga||H. Mălineanu* – Jack Fulga - Selecțiuni Din Spectacolul „Între Noi Femeile“ Al Teatrului De Estradă „C. Tănase“ (7", Mono)||Electrecord||EDC 136||Romania||1961||Sell This Version|
|H. Mălineanu*||Garofița||Electrecord||Romania||1962||Sell This Version|
|EDC 313||H. Mălineanu*||Mă Iubești Sau Nu ? / Signorina Musica / Te Rog Să-ți Amintești / Deschide, Deschide Fereastra (7", Mono, RE)||Electrecord||EDC 313||Romania||1963||Sell This Version|
|45-STM-EDC 10326||H. Mălineanu*, Eugen Mirea||H. Mălineanu*, Eugen Mirea - Bună Seara Domnule Wilde (7")||Electrecord||45-STM-EDC 10326||Romania||1973||Sell This Version|