Klement Slavický


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(b Tovačov, Moravia, 22 Sept. 1910; d Prague, 4 Sept. 1999). Czech composer. He studied composition at the Prague Conservatory (1927–31) and worked in Suk's master class from 1931 to 1933. Though influenced by Janáček and Novák, he had developed a distinctive originality by the mid-1930s which enriched his later works, notably Zpěv rodné země (‘Songs of my Country’, 1942) and his Sinfonietta no. 4, ‘Pax hominibus in universo orbi’ (1984).

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