- The Bald Prima Donna, comical chamber opera, after Eugene Ionesco, 1992–93
- Cantata for Baritone, Choir and Orchestra, 1977
- Simfonia ostinato, 1964
- Visions cosmiques, 1968
- Music for Strings, 1971
- 5 Pieces for Orchestra, 1975
- Suite from Codex Caioni, 1996
- Inflorescences for Stings, 2001
- Fables, Dialogs, Sonata, Croquis, Sonantes, Spirals, Toccata piano, Toccata armonica, Toccata robotica, Toccata for a Hand, Enunciations, Canonica (24 Canons) for Piano
- 9 Sonatas for Flute solo
- Sonata for Oboe solo
- Sketches with free interpretation for Oboe
- Sonata for Clarinet solo
- Ribattuta for Viola solo
- Fiorituri for Violin and Piano
- Dilemmas, and Trilemmas for Septet
- Diptique concertant for Baroque Ensemble
- Book without End – 3 volumes of Piano pieces for children
- More than 60 Songs
- 5 volumes of choral music for children
- Choral poems
- Modal Maas
- Outlines, electronic music
Born in Romania on July 20, 1940 Dan Voiculescu studied at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy in Cluj-Napoca (1958–64), where he achieved his Diploma in Composition (under Sigismund Todutza) and in Piano (under Magda Kardos). He attended classes with V. Mortari (Venice, 1968) and K. Stockhausen (Cologne, 1971–72), and at Darmstädter Kurse für Neue Musik (1972, 1978). He received his Doctor in Musicology degree in 1983 at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy. He has been Professor of Counterpoint, Fugue and Composition at the Academy of Music in Cluj (1963–2000).
Currently he is Professor of Stylistics and Contemporary Languages at the National University of Music in Bucharest (since 2000). He is member of the Society of Romanian Composers (since 1965). He was editor of the Works of Musicology published by the Academy of Music in Cluj-Napoca (1979–91), and President of the Todutza Fundation from Cluj (1995–2000).
- The Polyphony of Baroque in the Works of J.S. Bach, 1975
- The Polyphony of 20th Century, 1983, 2005
- The Bachian Fugue, 1986, 2000
- Various musicology studies.
- Prizes of the Society of Romanian Composers (1972–78, 1995, 2000, 2005)
- Prize George Enescu of the Romanian Academy (1984)
- Prize Mihai Eminescu (1989)
His works are published by Editura Muzicala in Bucharest, Editura Arpeggione in Cluj-Napoca, and Musikverlag Gentner-Hartmann, Trossingen in Germany.