1746, Jan 111811, Mar 19
a Bohemian composer, jurist, and nephew of the kapellmeister František Václav Míca. He was a prolific composer who produced numerous operas, symphonies, violin concertos, and eight string quartets. Upon completion of his studies in 1767, he took up a government post and joined the imperial orchestra. During a trip to L'viv in the Ukraine in his capacity as a government official, he was arrested during the Polish invasion and imprisoned for six months. Much of his music remains neglected and in manuscript form in Austrian and Czech archives.
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