1731, Dec1799, Feb 12
a Czech composer and one of the most important harpsichordists and pianists of his time. Dušek composed sonatas, variations and concertos for harpsichord and piano and several symphonies and string quartets. Dušek was born at Chot?borky, near Jarom??. He was taught the harpsichord in Vienna by Georg Christoph Wagenseil and established himself around 1770 in Prague as a successful keyboard teacher. Much of his music is in the galant style of the early Classical period.
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