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Julius Fučik was born in Czech Republic in 1872. This composer belonged to the Romantic period, and died in 1916. Julius Fučik

Julius Fučik (1872-1916)    was born in  Prague, in the Czech Republic, during the time that the Czech republic was called Bohemia and was a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He was also a conductor of military bands, and for these he composed hundreds of marches, polkas, and waltzes.

He studied composition under Dvořák. At age 19 he joined the army as a musician. Three years later he left the army to work as a bassoonist then as a choral conductor in Croatia.  In 1897 he rejoined the army as a bandmaster, and in this period he wrote his most famous composition, 'Entrance of the Gladiators'.

In the following years he moved around the Austro-Hungarian Empire, working in Serbia, Hungary and Germany. His health suffered during the first two years of WW1, and he died in Berlin.
Works written by Fučik      
Audio is available for 1 tunes by this composer.

No.Name of WorkCategoryEnsembleSoloInstrument
1 Entrance of the GladiatorsMarchMilitary Band 
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