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  1. František Xaver Brixi (January 2, 1732 – October 14, 1771) was a famous Czech classical composer and organist of the 18th century. Brixi's style is…

  2. Adam Václav Michna z Otradovic (c. 1600 Jindřichův Hradec – 1676, Jindřichův Hradec) was a Czech catholic poet, composer, organist and choir leader…

  3. Jan Josef Ignác Brentner (November 3, 1689, Dobřany – June 28, 1742, Dobřany) was Czech composer of baroque era. Jan Josef Ignác Brentner was…

  4. Jaroslav Tůma (born 1956) is the Czech organist, harpsichordist, clavichord and pianoforte player, Jaroslav Tůma, graduated from the Prague…

  5. Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský (Christened February 16, 1684, Nymburk, Bohemia—July 1, 1742, Graz, Austria) was a famous Czech composer of the…

  6. Václav Karel Holan Rovenský (1644-1718), Czech baroque composer and organist, as he is sometimes called, was one of the most important composers…

  7. Jan Zach (November 13, 1699 - May 24, 1773) was a Czech composer, violinist and organist. Zach applied for the position of music director at Saint…

  8. Michel de la Barre (c. 1675-1745) was a French composer and renowned flautist known as being the first person to publish solo flute music. He…

  9. Jan Václav Antonín Stamic (June 17, 1717, Německý Brod – March 27, 1757, Mannheim) was a Czech composer (his name was lately germanized as Johann…

  10. Vítězslav Novák (5 December 1870 – 18 July 1949) was one of the most well-respected Czech composers and pedagogues, almost singlehandedly…

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