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Name  Jaroslav Krombholc

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Died  July 16, 1983, Prague, Czech Republic
Spouse  Maria Tauberova (m. 1945–1983)
Albums  Ostrcil: Johnny's Kingdom
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Libuše 15/15 (Bedřich Smetana) 3. dějství, "Bohové mocní...", Finále.


Jaroslav Krombholc (Prague, 30 January 1918 - 16 July 1983) was a Czech conductor.

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Biography

Krombholc is born in a musician family. He studied in Prague Conservatory in 1937-1940 and nearby Václav Talich until 1942. After, he became conductor and director of different theatre. He made various recordings of Czech operas for Supraphon, notably Janáček's Káťa Kabanová, and Martinů's Julietta. He was succeeded as chief conductor and director of the National Theatre, Prague by Václav Talich.

His wife was the soprano Maria Tauberová.

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Jaroslav Krombholc Wikipedia


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