|Died||December 19, 1968 91)(aged|
Tiberiu Brediceanu (April 2, 1877, Lugoj – December 19, 1968, Bucharest) was a Romanian composer and a corresponding member of the Romanian Academy.
Born in Lugoj, Romania, to Coriolan Brediceanu, Tiberiu Brediceanu studied in Blaj and Brașov and worked as a general manager of the Bucharest Opera House. He composed symphonic dances, as well as songs and ballads for both voice and piano. He also published a collection of 170 folk melodies and wrote several works on Romanian folk songs.
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Brediceanu, a Romanian-language surname, may refer to:
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