Mirabela Dauer (real name Bela Scortaru) born on July 9, 1947 in Romania. She is a famous Romanian singer.
Biography and Career :
In 1963 she makes her debut as a singer in the band Rosu si Negru. They mostly sang remakes of Rita Pavones tunes, her idol. At the age of 17, the head master caught her singing in a restaurant and she was expelled. Finally, she was reaccepted, and after finishing highschool, at 18 years old she got married with her firts husband, Mircea Dauer.In 1967 she starts going to the School of popular Arts, under the guiding of the teacher Florica Orascu. There she meets Marius Teicu and Marius Popp.
In 1970 she has her first appearance on tv, at the show "Tele Top", where she sings "De cand te am cunoscut", composed by Marius Teicu. She then becomes a f
amiliar face on TV.
In that same year she is awarded a special prize from the journey at the Mamaia Festival.One year later, in 1971 she earns first prize at the same festival.
In 1974 she started a series of colaborations with the Polish television. She appeared in various shows on TV in Varsov, Katovive or Krakovia. In Poland, she sings with the band NO-TO-CO.
In 1975 she wins first prize at a Moscow festival, "Friends tunes", and in 1976 she gets 3rd prize at a festival in Bulgary, "The golden Orphy".
During the years she won many more awards, and in 2002 she is awarded a diploma from The ministry of Culture, at the gala "A day among stars".
- " I've never gave up. I love my music, and, in order to sing I have sacrificed all my wishes."
- " I don t know how to do anything, unless sing."
Voi canta (1980)
Taina noptii (1982)
ÃƒÆ’Ã…Â½n zori (1984)
De ce nu-mi spui ca ma iubesti (1985)
Dimineti cu ferestre deschise (1986)
Esti visul meu (1986)
Te-astept sa vii (1987)
De dragul tau (1988)
Nopti albe de dor (1990)
Mirabela si Romanticii '90 (1991)
Daca nu te-as iubi (1992)
E bine, e bine, e foarte bine (1992)
Te iubesc, iubirea mea (1993)
Esti barbatul altei femei (1995)
Best of (1995)
Nu te parasesc iubire (1996)
Pli¢nge un artist (cu Catalin Crisan, 1997)
Iubiri ce mor in zori (2003)