Rudolf Tulacek

Czech bassist-composer, Rudolf Tuláček (1885-1954) studied at Prague Conservatoire with František Černý, was solo double bass of Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra for many years and in 1937 moved to Brno (Czech Republic) where he was appointed Professor of double bass at the Academy of Music. Tuláček wrote a number of lyrical and characteristic works for double bass at the beginning of the 20th-century and wrote in a tonal and late-romantic style, reminiscent of much salon music of the time.

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