Here are 8 famous musicians from Czech Republic died at 49:
Johannes Vodnianus Campanus (December 27, 1572 Vodňany-December 13, 1622 Prague) was a Czech writer.
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Ladislav Klíma (August 22, 1878 Domažlice-April 19, 1928) also known as Ladislav Klima was a Czech philosopher.
He died caused by tuberculosis.
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Karel Kryl (April 12, 1944 Kroměříž-March 3, 1994 Munich) a.k.a. Kryl, Karel was a Czech singer, singer-songwriter, musician, poet and graphic designer.
His albums: Bratříčku, zavírej vrátka, Rakovina, Maškary, Carmina resurrectionis, Dívka Havířka / Azbuk, Karavana mraků, Plaváček, Ocelarna, Dopisy and Tekuté písky. Genres: Folk music.
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Karol Śliwka (March 13, 1894 Bystřice-March 19, 1943 Mauthausen Concentration Camp) was a Czech politician.
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Svatopluk Innemann (February 18, 1896 Ljubljana-October 30, 1945 Klecany) also known as Svat. Innemann was a Czech cinematographer, screenwriter, film director, actor and film editor.
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Emil Burian (December 12, 1876 Rakovník-October 9, 1926) was a Czech opera singer. He had one child, Emil František Burian.
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Zdeněk Fibich (December 21, 1850 Czech Republic-October 15, 1900 Prague) a.k.a. Fibich, Zdenek Fibich, Fibich, Zdeněk, Zdenko Fibich or Fibich, Zdenko was a Czech composer.
His albums include Complete Symphonies, Symphonies: No. 2 in E-flat major / No. 3 in E minor, and Slavonic Dances: Czech music by Dvořák, Fibich, Schulhoff and Hurník.
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Milan Hlavsa (March 6, 1951 Prague-January 5, 2001 Prague) a.k.a. Hlavsa, Milan or Mejla Hlavsa was a Czech musician.
His albums include .
He died as a result of lung cancer.
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