Leoš Janáček

Born: 1854
Died: 1928

Janáček was 62 when the world of music discovered him. He had 12 more years to live and, though he had not stopped composing after the initial triumph of Jenůfa, an intense period of creative activity ensued including the production of the Glagolitic Mass, the Sinfonietta and two extraordinary string quartets.

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Inside Janáček’s Glagolitic Mass

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Top 10 Janáček recordings

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