by Miroslav Hornicek (Author), Miloslav Stibor (Photographer). Text: Czech Introduction: English, French, German, Russian.
Miloslav Gajdoš (born 13 April 1948, Město Albrechtice) is a Czech double bass player, music teacher, and composer. Having begun by the violin, Gajdoš took bass lessons in Kroměříž with Alois Kříž, with Jiří Bortlíček in Brno, and with Ludwig Streicher. Between 1968 and 1972, he also studied composition with Zdeněk Zouhar. He was a prize winner at the International Double Bass Competition in Markneukirchen.
Miloslav Rechcígl J. s most popular book is Czech American Timeline: Chronology of Mile.
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Miloslav Švandrlík (10 August 1932 – 26 October 2009) was a Czech writer and humourist. He also used the pseudonym Roman Kefalín. After finishing secondary school he took a number of jobs and also completed a two-year teaching course at a music college in Prague. Subsequently in 1950 he obtained his matura diploma. Between 1953 and 1954 he studied at the Faculty of Theatre in Prague, but left after two years.
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Miloslav Petrusek (15 September 1936 – 19 August 2012) was a prominent Czech sociologist who served as a dean of Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University in Prague between 1992–1997, as well as the prorector for academic affairs of the university in 1997–2000. For his consistent contribution to sociology and education, he received numerous awards, such as Ordre des Palmes Académiques or Golden Medal of Masaryk University. In 2012, Petrusek received The VIZE 97 Prize (in memoriam).