Zdeněk Marat, Czech music composer and conductor, Died at 85

  Music, Writers

Zdenek Marat was born on February 15, 1931, and died on February 21, 2016.

He was a Czech pianist, composer, editor and publicist, musical arranger and conductor.

He was a well-known author of around 600 music tracks, of which about 400 songs, from popular music, pop and called.

And also higher pop, the author of musicals, film music and also music for several Spartakiad exercises.

Some of his many works include 1962 Six women Viktor Jandečka, in 1968 Father, mother, John and Kate (co Vlastimil Hala ), in 1968 Cat and his Mydlář
, in 1983 Radical Cut, in 1984 How Poets Are Losing Their Illusions, in 1987 How Poets Enjoy Life, Song for Rudolf third (series), music for about 30 television tales and many others.

Zdeněk Marat passed away at 85 yrs old.