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  6. Pavel Josef Vejvanovský (born between 1633 and 1639, probably in Hlučín, Silesia - July 24, 1693, Kroměříž) is a Czech composer of the middle…

  7. Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745) was a Czech baroque composer, whose music was adventurous and noted for its great harmonic invention and mastery…

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  10. Jiří Antonín Benda (1722-1795) was Czech composer of early classicism. Younger brother of František Benda. His works of that period are of great…

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  15. Johann Wenzel Anton Stamitz (Czech: Jan Václav Antonín Stamic) (1717–1757) was a Czech composer and violinist. Johann was the father of Carl…

  16. František Xaver Dušek (bapt. December 8, 1731 in Chotěborky - February 12, 1799 in Prague) was a Czech composer and one of the most important…

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  19. Miloslav Ištvan (September 2, 1928, Olomouc – January 26, 1990, Brno) was a Czech composer whose work was inspired by the works of Béla Bartók…

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