Czech musicians died when they were 74

Here are 14 famous musicians from Czech Republic died at 74:

Jan Kapr

Jan Kapr (March 12, 1914 Prague-April 29, 1988 Prague) was a Czech composer, pianist and music pedagogue.

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Jaroslav Bouček

Jaroslav Bouček (November 13, 1912 Černošice-October 10, 1987 Prague) was a Czech personality.

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Josef Jungmann

Josef Jungmann (July 16, 1773-November 14, 1847 Prague) also known as Joseph Jungmann was a Czech personality.

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Vladimír Neff

Vladimír Neff (June 13, 1909-July 2, 1983) also known as Vladimir Neff was a Czech novelist.

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Georg Druschetzky

Georg Druschetzky (April 7, 1745 Družec-June 21, 1819 Buda) was a Czech oboist.

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Miroslav Holub

Miroslav Holub (September 13, 1923 Pilsen-July 14, 1998) was a Czech writer, poet and immunologist.

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Karel Baxa

Karel Baxa (June 24, 1863 Sedlčany-January 5, 1938 Prague) was a Czech politician.

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Vladimír Holan

Vladimír Holan (September 16, 1905 Prague-March 31, 1980) also known as Vladimir Holan was a Czech writer.

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Jan Rokycana

Jan Rokycana (April 5, 1396 Bohemia-February 22, 1471 Prague) was a Czech writer.

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Jirina Trebická

Jirina Trebická (November 1, 1930 Prague-January 23, 2005 Prague) a.k.a. Jiřina Třebická or Jiřina Procházková was a Czech actor. Her child is Marcela Sidon.

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Leoš Janáček

Leoš Janáček (July 3, 1854 Hukvaldy-August 10, 1928 Ostrava) also known as Jancek, Leos Janácek, Leos Janacek, Janacek Leos, Janacek, Leoš Janácìk, Janáček, Leoš, Leoš Janáček or Leo Eugen Janáček was a Czech music pedagogue, music theorist, composer and publicist. His children are Olga Janáčková and Vladimír Janácek.

His albums: Sinfonietta / Taras Bulba (Wiener Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras), The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Sinfonietta / Tagebuch eines Verschollenen (Berliner Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Claudio Abbado), Musique de Chambre (Solistes de l'Orchestre de l'Opéra National de Paris feat. conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras, violin: Pierre Amoyal, piano: Gary Hoffman), String Quartets (Guarneri Quartet), Lachian Dances / Taras Bulba / Sinfonietta (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Ondrej Lenárd), Káťa Kabanová (Chorus of the Prague National Theatre & Czech Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras), Sinfonietta / Taras Bulba / Lachian Dances / Suite for Strings / Mládí / Capriccio for Piano / Concertino, The Cunning Little Vixen (Vienna State Opera Chorus & Vienna Philharmonic feat. conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras) and Idyla (Idyll) for String Orchestra / Mládí (Youth) for wind sextet. Genres related to him: Opera, Chamber music, Art song, 20th-century classical music and Classical music.

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František Vláčil

František Vláčil (February 19, 1924 Český Těšín-January 28, 1999 Prague) also known as Frantisek Vlacil was a Czech screenwriter, film director, painter, graphic artist and television director.

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Jan Otto

Jan Otto (November 8, 1841 Přibyslav-May 29, 1916 Prague) was a Czech publisher and bookseller.

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Vladimír Jiránek

Vladimír Jiránek (June 6, 1938 Hradec Králové-November 6, 2012 Prague) also known as Vladimir Jiranek or Jiránek was a Czech illustrator, film director, cartoonist and screenwriter.

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