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Julius Ernst Wilhelm Fučík (18 July 1872 – 15 September 1916) was a Czech composer and conductor of military bands.

Fučík spent most of his life as the leader of military brass bands. He was a prolific composer, with over 300 marches, polkas and waltzes to his name. As most of his work was for military bands he is sometimes known as the Bohemian Sousa.

Today his marches are still played as patriotic music in the Czech Republic. However his world… read more

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  • Oh Lord! hahaha
  • I give a Fučík.
  • This guy probably took his music deadly seriously, but because of circuses he's now known as the bloke who made that silly song.
  • That joke (bravo by the way) gives new meaning to the title "Entry Of The Gladiators".
  • Julius Fucik is all fun and games until someone puts an i out.
  • "Entry of the Gladiators" such a funny song. So big in pop culture.
  • so ein kranker geiler Scheiß ist mir selten untergekommen ! yihaaa
  • Florentine March is the poetry of spring! At the end of winter, it's gooood!
  • He stole Toxik's riff from the song World Circus for his Entry of the Gladiators track!

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