"Flower Clouds" (1903), pastel, 44.5 x 54.2 cm, of the painter Odilon Redon, contemporary of Mandic (The Art Institute of Chicago)

Josip Mandic

Josip Mandic


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Josip Mandic, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Trieste on the 4th April 1883, the same year of the composers Allen, Bartels, Bastianelli, Bath, Bossi, Casella, Davison, Doelle, Hauer, Hernried, Hrimalý, Infante, Jacobi, Kalomiris, Kartsev, Klenau, Krein, Kunc, Lhotka, Lloyd, Luncani, Lévy, Manén, Moonie, Perrachio, Pringsheim, Refice, Samuel, Santoliquido, Toselli. He died in Praga on the 5th October 1959

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"Mirjana" was performed on the 20th of February 1937 in Olomouc

"Kapetan Niko" was performed in 1944


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