František Doubravský

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František Doubravský (February 7, 1790, Lomnice nad Popelkou – April 28, 1867, Lomnice nad Popelkou) was a Czech composer, choirmaster and organist.

Františrk Doubravský was a prolific composer of classicist era. The list of works content ten basic groups, from which the most number represent composition of sacred music, above all masses.

  • Masses (73)
  • Salve Regina, Alma, Ave Regina, Regina coeli, Rorate, Stabat Mater apod. (50)
  • Graduale, Arias (44)
  • Litanie, Vesperae, Invitatoria aj. (33)
  • Veni sancte Spiritus
  • Te Deum laudamus apod. (23)
  • Stationes etc. (17)
  • Requiem (13)
  • Offertoria (10).
  • Secular works (20): symphonies, concerto for violin and orchestra, nocturnos, duets, quartets, serenades and dances (polkas)