Today’s edition of Sunday Music Show is dedicated to one of the legends of Czech 20th century music, Jaroslav Ježek, who is best known for the songs he composed for the legendary avant-garde satirical cabaret, the Liberated Theatre. This year marks 110 years since Ježek’s birth and on that occasion we will be listening to three unique albums that pay homage to the great composer and pioneer of Czech jazz music.
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