Czechoslovakian musicians died because of Disease

Here are 1 famous musicians from Czechoslovakia died in Disease:

Petr Skoumal

Petr Skoumal (March 7, 1938 Prague-September 28, 2014 Prague) a.k.a. Skoumal, Petr was a Czechoslovakian film score composer, singer, songwriter and pianist.

His discography includes: 52 + 2, Poločas rozpadu, Když jde malý bobr spát, If the Pig Had Wings, Život a dílo, Pro děti od pěti..., Hurá na Bastilu, S úsměvem Donkichota, S úsměvem idiota and Králíci pokusný (1/4).

In addition to his successful music career, Petr Skoumal was also a respected film composer, having composed scores for over 70 films and television series throughout his career. He was a graduate of the Prague Conservatory and began his musical career as a member of several jazz bands in the 1960s. Skoumal was known for his blend of various musical styles, including jazz, pop, and rock, which he incorporated into his music. He was a prominent figure in the Czech music scene and influenced many younger musicians. Despite suffering from cancer, he continued to perform and write music until his death in 2014.

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