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About Josef Mysliveček
Josef Mysliveček (March 9, 1737 – February 4, 1781), nicknamed "Il divino Boemo" (The Divine Czech) was a Czech composer in the Galant tradition. He was born in Prague, one of twins who were sons of a prosperous mill owner, and studied philosophy at the university there before following in the footsteps of his father. The enthusiastic reception in Prague of a series of six symphonies in 1762 encouraged him to give up his studies in favour of music; with a bursary from count Vincent von Waldstein he went to Venice in the following year to study with Giovanni Pescetti