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- John Tyrrell
(b Vesce, nr Telč, Sept 17, 1849; d Prague, Aug 1, 1922). Czech writer on music and composer . While studying history and philosophy in Prague he attended Ambros’s music history lectures and studied with Bennewitz (violin), František Blažek (harmony) and Pivoda (singing). At first he was a violinist at the Provisional Theatre and then turned to music journalism, contributing to ...