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Karel Komzák

Komzak learned the violin from his dad and studied with Mildner and Bennewitz in the Conservatory in Prague. He became a theatre conductor in Linz as well as the music group innovator for the armed service in Innsbruck. Komzak also carried out the provincial Liedertafel there but didn’t stay in any solitary place for an extended period. Those remains that were whatsoever intensive included Vienna and Baden. He could conduct among the bands in the Globe Exhibition in St. Louis in 1904. Notably he brought Czech folk-elements into his music group arrangements. He made up an operetta, “Edelweiss,” tracks, and several dances — waltzes, polkas and marches.

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