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Mihovil Logar (1902 - 1998)

Mihovil Logar was a Serbian composer (born in Rijeka) who had studied in Prague with Karel Boleslav Jirák and Josef Suk. The so-called Prague Generation of Serbian composers, in opposition to the old National School, was more cosmopolitan. There is no wonder why they readily took inspiration from dances of the New World, given the lineage at the Prague conservatory which, through Suk and Vítězslav Novák, went back to Dvořák. Logar’s piano output consists mostly of concise miniatures of a post-impressionist quality, written mostly around the mid-Thirties.

Mauro Piccinini


Role: Composer

Role: Artist