Cartoon on Eminescu’s masterpiece „Luceafarul” withdrawn from You Tube over copyright issue

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Luceafarul/ The Vesper” cartoon made by Moldovan-born Ion Cebotari has been deleted from You Tube for copyright infringement. The audio recording of Luceafarul by Mihai Eminescu is owned by AUDIOCARTI.EU, as the company informed us today. „ Mr. Ion Cebotari has used the audio recording without the AUDIOCARTI.EU consent and without having a written document from the company in this regard”, a press statements says.

Ion Cebotari, a young Moldovan living in Canada, brought to life the masterpiece of Mihai Eminescu, the most famous Romanian poet. The young man turned “Luceafarul/ The Vesper” poem into a 3D cartoon. Ion Cebotari left the country together with his family and relocated to Canada, as Albasat.md reported in December 2017.

The young Moldovan is studying Art Scene en Animation at Laval University from Quebec.

Luceafarul/The Vesper by Mihai Eminescu has always been for me more than a poem. I broke into the poetry’s essence, let my imagination fly, I was 101% dedicated to capture exactly the subtility of the verses. I was involved in all stages of the production from the Development, Pre-production, Production and Post production, “ Ion Cebotari said back then.

Luceafarul/ The Vesper” is a narrative poem that Mihai Eminescu first published in 1883. It is considered his masterpiece, and of the Romanian literature in general, as well as one of the last milestones in Europe’s Romantic poetry. Mihai Eminescu spent ten years to write it.

The Vesper begins as a typical “one upon a time” fairy tale, with the heroine Cătălina, daughter of a royal couple, shown waiting impatiently for nightfall, when she gazes upon the Vesper, but the story will actually evolve as a self-reflection on the poet’s condition as a genius, and an illustration of his philosophy of love.

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