Prague, Czech Republic – Radošov has a new recording titled Láska a vojna
(Indies Records MAM224-2, 2004).
The song and dance choir originated in 1970 in Veseli nad Moravou
and in its long history many enthusiastic musicians, dancers, choreographs, and
the first violinist came on in place of others. Recently time the choir consists
of 20 members. The choir directors are Pavel Bártek (dance component) and Ing.
Petr Světlík (organization component) and the first violinist of cembalo music
is Radim Havlíček. Radim Havlíček prepared the thematic album Láska a vojna from preserved song material and
folk music tradition of the region of Moravské Slovácko. The music under the
first violinist Radim Havlicek leadership is very popular thanks to its
temperament, dynamic and exact play and virtuosity. Radošov has performed at
many festivals and won many awards. The band also recorded for Bavarian radio. Free full
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