Jarmil Burghauser

Jarmil Michael Burghauser (born Jarmil Michael Mokrý, 21 October 1921, Písek19 February 1997, Prague) was a Czech composer, conductor, and musicologist.

After the short-lived Prague Spring, he incurred the disfavor of his country's Communist regime and had to adopt the pseudonym Michal Hájků in order to write a series of compositions in a style which evoked earlier periods of music, called ''Storie apocrifa della musica Boema''. Provided by Wikipedia
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Burghauser, Jarmil, 1921-1997 Nejen pomníky : Smetana, Dvořák, Fibich / 1966
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