Czechoslovakian musicians died at 70

Here are 8 famous musicians from Czechoslovakia died at 70:

Andrej Kvašňák

Andrej Kvašňák (May 19, 1936 Košice-April 18, 2007 Prague) a.k.a. Andrej Kvasnak was a Czechoslovakian personality.

He died in lung cancer.

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Alexander Dubček

Alexander Dubček (November 27, 1921 Uhrovec-November 7, 1992 Prague) a.k.a. Alexander Dubcek was a Czechoslovakian politician.

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Wilhelm Przeczek

Wilhelm Przeczek (April 7, 1936 Karviná-July 10, 2006 Třinec) was a Czechoslovakian writer and journalist.

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Walter Schleger

Walter Schleger (September 19, 1929 Prague-December 3, 1999) was a Czechoslovakian personality.

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Zdeněk Podskalský

Zdeněk Podskalský (February 18, 1923 Prague-October 29, 1993 Prague) was a Czechoslovakian screenwriter, film director and actor.

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Kurt Adler

Kurt Adler (March 1, 1907 Jindřichův Hradec-September 21, 1977 Butler) was a Czechoslovakian conductor.

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Antonín Hojer

Antonín Hojer (March 31, 1894 Prague-October 20, 1964 Czechoslovakia) was a Czechoslovakian personality.

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Petr Hapka

Petr Hapka (May 13, 1944 Prague-November 25, 2014 Okoř) was a Czechoslovakian film score composer, conductor and actor. He had seven children, Petra Hapková, Markéta Hapková, Kamila Hapková, Kašpar Hapka, Ferdinand Hapka, Haštal Hapka and Mikuláš Hapka.

His albums include V obrazech - Hudby z filmů II., V penzionu svět, Mohlo by tu být i líp, Citová investice, Strážce plamene, Štěstí je krásná věc 1987 - 2002, V obrazech II, and .

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