Ave Maria Op.70
Composer: Eugen Leopold Měchura (1803-1870), 1857
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|Leopold Eugen Měchura
Leopold Eugen Měchura (born Prague, February 2, 1804 – died February 11,
1870 in Otín, near Klatovy) was a Czech composer.
Měchura studied law at the Charles University in Prague, as well as piano
and music theory. He then moved to Otín, beginning his service as town
justice in Klatovy. There he continued performing, both privately and in
public, as well as composing. He composed many vocal pieces, and wrote
church music as well; his operas took either Czech or German texts.
Měchura's best-known work was the opera Marie Potocká, after a poem by
Alexander Pushkin, which was premiered posthumously in 1871 at the National
Theatre, Prague under the baton of Bedřich Smetana.
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