Karel Svoboda

Karel Richard Svoboda

Also known as К. Свобода, Карел Свобода, Κάρελ Σβόμποντα, K Svoboda, K. R. Svoboda, K. Sloboda, K. Svoboda, K.R.Svoboda, K.Svoboda, Karel Richard Svoboda, Karel Svopoda, R. Svoboda, Richard Karel Svoboda, Sobotta, Svoboda, Swoboda
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.karel-svoboda.cz/, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0841340/

Discography of Karel Svoboda:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Drei Haselnüsse Für Aschenbrödel (Three Nuts For Cinderella / Tři Oříšky Pro Popelku) 22 Audio 2003 Supraphon
2 Nils Holgersson (Originalmusik Aus Dem Film Und Der Fernsehserie) 28 Audio 1983 Celine Records
3 Noc Na Karlštejně 17 Audio 1977 Supraphon
4 Pszczółka Maja 4 Audio 1981 Tonpress
5 Nils Holgersson (Originalmusik Und Lieder Der Zeichentrickserie) 23 Audio 2004 Hi - Hat Records
6 Pinocchio (Originalmusik Und Lieder Der Zeichentrickserie) 29 Audio 2004 Hi - Hat Records
7 Návštěvníci / Létající Čestmír 35 Audio 1986 Supraphon
8 Dracula 16 Audio 2009-02-02
9 Wickie Und Die Starken Männer (Originalmusik Und Lieder Der Zeichentrickserie) 27 Audio 2004-03-01 Hi - Hat Records
10 Die Biene Maja (Originalmusik & Titellied Der Zeichentrickserie) 43 Audio 2007-02-23 Hi - Hat Records
11 Dracula 4 Audio 1996 Monitor-EMI
12 Start Gemini / Návrat Gemini 2 Audio 1967 Supraphon
13 Z Pekla Štěstí 32 Audio 1999
14 Golem 16 Audio 2006
15 Cirkus Humberto ( Zirkus Humberto Soundtrack ) 23 Audio 1987 Supraphon
16 Hudba Z Filmů ( Die Besucher Der Fliegende Ferdinand ) 3 Audio 2004 Universal Music
17 Movies And Fairy Tale Melodies 7 Audio 2007 Supraphon
18 Čau Lásko 13 Audio 1987
19 Noc Na Karlštejně 17 Audio 1998 B&M Music
20 Wickie Le Viking 25 Audio 2012-09-24 XIII BIS Records
21 Dracula - Highlights 20 Audio 2004 Fine Arts Management
22 Noc Na Karlštejně 17 Audio 2014 Universal Music Group

Czech composer, keyboardist, producer. Born December 19, 1938 in Prague (former Czechoslovakia), died January 28, 2007 in Jevany (Czech Republic).

Karel Svoboda began his career as a pop composer after abandoning medicine in his third year of university, becoming a member of the beat band [a=Mefisto (4)] in 1963 where he played piano. Later, he composed music for the Laterna Magica Theatre in Prague and for various Czech vocalists. In 1968 he composed “Lady Carneval” for [a=Karel Gott], a major Czech pop star. Svoboda wrote a total of 80 songs for Gott.

Svoboda composed TV scores for the German channel ZDF for over 30 years. He wrote the scores to many TV series in the 1970s that a whole generation of Europeans grew up with. Some examples of these TV series are “Vicky the Viking”, “Maya the Bee” and “The Wonderful Adventures of Nils”. Svoboda wrote scores for almost 90 films and TV series.

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