Jaroslav Uhlíř

Uhlíř in 2019 Jaroslav Uhlíř (born 14 September 1945) is a Czech composer and pianist from Prague. In the early 1970s, he was a member of the rock bands Providence and Faraon, together with bassist Karel Šíp. Later, he composed music for Czechoslovak National Radio, where he met Zdeněk Svěrák. With him, Uhlíř released many albums of children's music. He also hosted the television show ''Hitšaráda'' and later ''Galašaráda'', where he collaborated with Šíp. In the 1980s, Uhlíř formed the parody group Triky a pověry with Šíp and Petra Janů. Between 1988 and 2017, Uhlíř worked with Zdeněk Svěrák on the children's music television show ''Hodina zpěvu'', which spawned a number of operettas, such as ''O Budulínkovi'' and ''O dvanácti měsícčkách''. Three of these became the basis of the Jan Svěrák film ''Three Brothers'' in 2014.

Uhlíř has composed music for the films ''Long Live Ghosts!'' (1977), ''Waiter, Scarper!'' (1981), ''S čerty nejsou žerty'' (1984), ''Lotrando a Zubejda'' (1997), among others. Provided by Wikipedia
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