Vladimír Sommer

Vladimír Sommer (28 February 1921 – 8 September 1997) was a Czech composer from Dolní Jiřetín near Most.

Sommer began his studies at the Prague Conservatory, where he studied violin with Bedřich Voldan and composition with Karel Janeček. He then continued his education at the Academy of Arts and Music with Pavel Bořkovec. His first job was a composition teacher, and he eventually became a professor in the Music Department of Charles University. Sommer wrote three symphonies, an overture, one cello concerto and one violin concerto, chamber music, and choral pieces. He died in 1997 in Prague. Provided by Wikipedia
by Sommer, Vladimír, 1921-1997
Published 1961
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by Honegger, Arthur, 1892-1955
Published 1967
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by Barvík, Miroslav, 1919-1998
Published 1950
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