Gustav Brom

Gustav Brom née Frkal

Also known as Г. Бром, Густав Бром, G. Brom, Gustav Brohm, Gustav Brom A Sbor, Zasl. Um. Gustav Brom
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustav_Brom, http://www.gustavbrom-bigband.com

Discography of Gustav Brom:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Dixie And Charleston 4 Audio Supraphon
2 Polymelomodus 6 Audio 1977
3 Plays For You Pop Jazz And Swing 10 Audio 1976
4 Movie, Movie … 12 Audio 1983 Opus
5 Souvenir 12 Audio 1984 Opus
6 Gustav Brom Hraje Swing 12 Audio 1979 Supraphon
7 The Bewitched Saxophone 3 Audio 1959 Supraphon
8 Pozdrav Astronautovi / To Jsou Sověti 2 Audio 1961 Supraphon
9 Když Hrají Charleston / Jen Tak Tak 2 Audio 1961 Supraphon
10 Sluneční Ostrov / Večerní Procházka 2 Audio 1958 Supraphon
11 Gery Scott & Gustav Brom 21 Audio 2006 FR Producentské Centrum
12 Na Uvítanou / Pozdrav Astronautovi 3 Audio 1961 Supraphon
13 Když Hrají Charleston / Jen Tak Tak 2 Audio 1961 Supraphon
14 Foxtroty 4 Audio 1960 Supraphon
15 Krokodýlí Slzy Podruhé 22 Audio 2003 Radioservis
16 Vitaminový Charleston / Na Kordy S Akordy 2 Audio 1961 Supraphon
17 Stará Píseň / Vzpomínka Na Prázdniny 2 Audio 1962 Supraphon
18 Qui Decepti Amore 4 Audio 1964 Supraphon
19 Plays For You Pop Jazz And Swing 10 Audio 1977 Opus
20 Dárek Na Památku - Moments To Remember 14 Audio 1984 Supraphon
21 Movie Stars 12 Audio 1983 Opus
22 Duben, První Duben / Harfy V Nebi 2 Audio Supraphon


Czech bandleader, conductor, saxophone and clarinet player, occasional vocalist.

Born May 22, 1921, in Veľké Leváre (Slovakia), died September 25, 1995, in Brno (Czech Republic). Brom led his orchestra since 1940 until his death.

During the WWII Gustav Frkal began to use the pseudonym “Gustav Brom” in order to stay unrecognized by the German Nazi regime. After the war in 1945 he changed his surname to Brom oficially and permanently.


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